About Moving Houses Close to a Choice Primary School | Since time immemorial, education is viewed as a stepping stone to a bright future, especially if taken seriously. Therefore, having said that, Singaporeans parents esteem education and can do anything it takes for their kids to have access to better learning. In fact, this means taking their kids to a chosen primary school found within their vicinity.
Moreover, do you know some of the Singaporeans parents can spend even millions of dollars just to move their houses close to the preferred secondary or primary school? Similarly, other parents are willing to donate funds or engage in volunteer work where they would love to take their children.
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So, different Singaporeans parents have aired out their verdicts on moving houses close to a choice primary school. For them, they don’t give a damn about spending large sums of money moving close to their preferred school as long as they hit their target. They believe, the closer they are to the choice of primary school the higher the chances of getting a space there.
Thus, here is a snapshot of Singaporeans parents’ opinion on this subject; the first parent who lives in the Boon Keng area anticipates to take her kids to St. Joseph’s Institution Junior. She said that they would opt for a close location close to their preferred primary school because it put her kid in the priority for the school enrollment.
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Similarly, a 28-year-old father who currently resides in Dover and anticipates sending his kids to Fairfield Methodist Primary School prefers to take his kids to a close school, so that the kids might have good access to a strong network. That means; if you take your child to Fairfield Methodist you’d have a golden chance to see condos such as One North Residences, One-North Eden, or HDB flats.
Another mother, who is currently residing in an HDB flat close to Macpherson Station, would want to take her kid close to a preferred primary school (Anglo-Chinese School (Junior)) just to cut down the cost of her traveling. Being a working mum, she values the cost of traveling. Some of the upcoming launches around this school include the Irwell Hill Residences and The Atelier, 26 Newton, Novena Regency, and 35 Gilstead.
Last but not the least, a 28-years old mother currently residing in Punggol wants to move close to St Stephen’s School in Siglap, so that her son can be paying a visit to his grandparent’s house and take good care of him.
Contrary, moving close to your preferred primary school comes with banes and boons along the way. Therefore, consider both sides of the coin before making a decision.