Saigon Kids Educational Childcare Centre
75 students, aged 2 - 6
Australian standard play based curriculum, including a British
104A Tran Quoc Toan Street,
District 3, Ho Chi Minh City,
Saigon Kids was one of the first opened international childcare
centres in Vietnam. We have been established for ten years offering
children a comprehensive range of effective educational practices
to support young children s total development and to lay the foundation
to encourage success and life long learning.
Our curriculum provides a responsive, developmentally appropriate
and caring learning environment for your child s growth. Our efforts
spent on enabling better beginnings will help to ensure better futures.
Our curriculum areas include Social development, Craft, Fine and
Gross Motor skills, Science, Maths, Writing, Sensory play, Music
We have qualified native English speaking educators in each classroom.
We keep class sizes below 20 to ensure every child has more one-on-one
time with their teacher.
Our facilities include: Free standing villa that includes large
classrooms, open and spacious outdoor playground climbing equipment,
small swimming pool and sandpit.
We are open all year except for two weeks over Christmas and New
Year and two weeks for the Lunar New Year. Our day starts with activities
to help your child settle in, and continues with free play and structured
experiences to give your child all the knowledge they need to develop
for their age group. We also include breakfast, lunch and afternoon
tea as positive social experiences incorporating all five-food groups
into our daily menu.
We always strive to provide a warm, loving, family based atmosphere
in which children will feel safe and secure, and therefore be able
to develop their skills in all areas, physical, social, emotional,
cognitive and language, in a non-threatening environment. We support
the need to respect and promote the cultural and social background
of each child in care, so that children develop good feelings about
themselves and others. We believe that keeping this in mind, children
will learn to have respect and pride, not only for their own backgrounds,
but for the backgrounds of others as well.