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      A very big ‘Thank you’ to all the teachers and helpers at OFP.

      Sam and I really appreciate your guidance and kindness that you have shown to Shannon and Shanice. 
     Over the years, they have really grown. 
     They have became very independent and are able to take care of themselves and others, 
     one of the things that they have learnt from OPF.

     Shannon has done very well in her Primary One, socially and academically. 
     She was able to mix around with her classmates and schoolmates very well. 
     Even on the first day of Primary One, she was mentally well-prepared and no crying at all. 
     She was even buying food on her own during recess time.

     Shannon was chosen to be one of the presenters for her school Opening Ceremony in October. 

     She was also the best dancer in her class for the Tambourine Dance and has shown great confidence 
     during their Speech and Drama performance. All these were the ‘results’ of the positive teaching at OPF.   

     Until  today, Shannon still enjoys going back to OFP during her school holidays. 
     She loves seeing her juniors and talking to the teachers.

     Sam and I are confident that she will continue to grow and excel. 
     And that goes the same for Shanice in two years’ time.

     Jennifer                                                                                                                              
                                                                                                                                                                             
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     When I went about to look for a child care centre for my kids, I have specific requirements in mind. 
     Firstly, it must allow the kids to learn through play and NOT through worksheets. 
     There must not be any homework as I know the stress will come in primary schools and 
     I do not want to start that too early.

     The centre must also allow the kids to develop holistically. An IN word but simply put, 
     it must develop the characters. I strongly believes that the first few years will set the foundation and 
     path of the kids’ characters. To me, it is much more important than learning formal academics subjects.

      I researched around and compare the “government” ones with the private ones. 
     Eventually, my wife and I chose OFP. We hope that it matches with our objectives. And yes indeed it has! 
     And well exceeded our expectation.

     Our kids have lots of fun in OFP and they enjoyed their childhood tremendously. 
     Amid this enjoyment, they have learnt, developed and grown to be very loveable kids. Our kids are now confident, 
     able to differentiate right from wrong, able to understand the requirement of proper behavior and importantly 
     behave properly, at least most of the time (kids are still kids). They are not pampered and are independent.

     Having said the above, OFP has also developed their academic skill. 
     Phonics, hanyu pinyin, reading, writing and simple mathematics are not a problem. 
     My kids have no problem adapting to primary schools after leaving OFP. 
     Their school results are also acceptable to me.

     Other salient good points of OFP are no aircon (less subjected to spread of virus), 
     no TV & computer (too much at home already) and good parental support. In fact, anyone will be surprised 
     at the amount of work that parents volunteer in OFP. There is in fact an OFP alumni! I guess it is one of its kind. 
     My kids now still go back to OFP during school holidays. Besides spending quality time there, they also learned 
     to look after the younger ones and learned more about responsibilities. 
     I do not think any other more “established” child care centre will allow this. 
    That is another great thing about OFP.

    Father of Yee Kiat, Yi Ting and Yi Xin (all from OFP)

                                                                                                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                             

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