Caring, Exploring, Fun.

Small yet established

Rain Trees, established here in Singapore in 1999, is an independent, international kindergarten, nursery & preschool that provides a fun, friendly and challenging environment for children in the age range of 18 months to 6 years old. Our parents and children are mainly from the international community in Singapore.

Our education philosophy is based on the UK National Curriculum ( EYFS) and our children learn through a ‘hands – on’ play-based approach through which they gain a solid foundation of pre-school skills in preparation for Primary School. We are registered under the Ministry of Education (MOE) as a Foreign System Kindergarten.

We pride ourselves on providing a homely and nurturing environment – where your child will feel safe and happy and enjoy their first experience of school.

Testimonials

Happy Kids, Happy Parents


Rain Trees is a wonderful mix of big little school. The curriculum prepares the children very well for their transition to big school but the school still maintains a warm & cosy environment without overwhelming the children.

We couldn’t have been luckier in choosing this school for our twin boys. They settled in from the moment they walked into the classroom!

A great education is the best gift parents can give a child. We feel that the 3 years Eleonore has spent at Rain Trees has equipped her with great skills and she is ready to become a confident and blooming child in primary school.

 

“We put our son at Rain Trees as we were looking for a small, caring and international environment for him to thrive after having not so great experience at a franchise-based pre-school. We are extremely happy about our decision as he has evolved into a confident and happy child over the course of the last few months. His vocabulary, confidence and interaction with other adults and kids has improved by leaps and bounds and we cannot thank the teacher and staff of Rain Trees enough.”

Our son has really enjoyed his time at Raintrees. His command on the English language has also developed significantly.

My eldest son had a wonderful 3 years at Rain Trees Kindergarten – one year with the ever-bubbly Karen and 2 years under the gentle care of Tina. During this time, we saw him grow from a shy little toddler into a confident, fun-loving boy who was well-equipped to take on Grade 1 at international school – both academically and socially. Now, my youngest son is about to start his third year at Rain Trees, and we really feel part of the Rain Tres “family”. The warm and friendly atmosphere here at the kindergarten just shines through! The teachers are caring and approachable, and parents have many opportunities to be involved, both in and out of the classroom. The kindergarten has a real multicultural feel, with teachers and students from all over the world, and with cultural celebrations throughout the year. Simply put, Rain Trees just gets the balance right. Each day, the kids experience nature, music, art, and culture. At the same time, the kids get a great start with their reading, writing and maths skills, all mixed in with a good measure of fun! We really feel that Rain Trees Kindergarten has been the perfect start to our children’s education and we look forward to many more happy years in the Rain Trees family.

Wonderful, happy and nurturing school. My daughter was very happy to go to school everyday and I was equally happy to leave her in their capable hands.

Rain Trees is a very small, friendly, caring, local kindergarten. The children are engaged and stimulated and produce a lot of very creative things as our walls and shelves can attest to. I couldn’t recommend it more highly.

My Twins love Rain Trees. They get excited when they know we are heading there and laugh and sing out “School”! in the back seat. Its an immense relief to know your children are genuinely loving their first experience with school. What better building block can there be for future learning?

We have really loved our experience at Rain Trees. Our daughter Aina has flourished in the school. The exploratory play based learning suited her well. She has benefited from the international and diverse environment. Aina enjoyed going to school everyday and playing with her friends as well as learning from the teachers.