Practical Life in Singapore


Childcare, Babysitting in Singapore


Home > Expat Guides > Asia > Singapore > Singapore
Tools:

Many people have maids in Singapore, and if you decide to hire one you may not need a babysitter. There are many babysitting agencies available, however, or you could look through the Classifieds section of the newspaper. Word-of mouth may also prove helpful, and perhaps more secure if you're reluctant to leave a complete stranger alone in your home and with your child.

BBNanny
Tel: (65) 9747 2405
Fax: (65) 6235 1218
Emai: enquiries@bbnanny.com
Website: www.bbnanny.com

Singapore Expats Classifieds
Website: http://classifieds.singaporeexpats.com/showcat.php/cat/96

Childcare

There is a wide choice of pre-schools and kindergartens available for children aged 18 months to 6 years (which is the age they start school in Singapore). Many of them are listed in our ‘Schools' section.

Below are a couple of useful sites to help you in your search. The first gives an overview of pre-schools in Singapore and will go on to link them by region, and the second is the website of the government-funded pre-school/kindergarten programme:
http://preschools.indiaedu.com/singapore-preschools/

NTUC Childcare
www.ntuc-childcare.com

Update 19/04/2008


Tools:

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Addthis

Recommended Service Partners

International Movers
International Movers in Singapore
Compare up to 5 quotes from our network of moving companies that can help you plan your international move and relocate your entire family.
Expatriate health insurance
Expatriate health insurance in Singapore
Apply online for free quotes on repatriation assistance and expatriate and foreign health insurance.
Hotels
Hotels in Singapore
You will get discount hotel rates, last-minute deals, hot deals, special offers, with a real-time reservation and on-line booking.


Do you have comments or personal information to communicate about this article? Add your comment.


Go to the Forum to talk more about childcare, babysitting in Singapore, practical life.


Find more definitions and general answers on expatriation issues in the Expat FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).


Stay connected

- My Life Abroad -
A selection of expat stories

"A fun compulsive read!"
J. Matcham, Amazon

"I strongly advise people ready to live abroad to read this book!"
Patrice, Amazon