Regina & Eddy Han

Parents of Jaden


Our son, Jaden has attended Rosebrook from the very beginning of when the centre opened in November of 2014 with the Gingerbread Camp. He had just turned 4yrs old at that time. We attended Rosebrook until summer of 2017 and now Jaden started 1st grade at an international school. He has been adjusting really well despite the longer hours and the new environment. The work they do at Rosebrook was the foundation for his smooth transition. The time we took at Rosebrook to allow his body and mind to integrate was crucial for his confidence and well-being. While it may seem this motor work is separate from the academics, it actually provided the environment for his body to be able to learn at the strength and speed he was made to do. Jaden naturally loves reading and writing so the Heartworks© approach with a literacy-based program was perfect for him. At his new school they conducted a placement test and he is well beyond reading and comprehending past the 3rd grade level. He is now writing and solving his own math word problems as well!

The staff at Rosebrook have been amazing in being our partners to help Jaden develop into the child he is today.

Character development is a definite strength at Rosebrook that can’t be found in many other schools.

Every child is fearfully and wonderfully made and Rosebrook is accepting and caring of every child because of this fact. We thank God for our time at Rosebrook and we miss everyone very much!

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Imagine arriving at your daughter’s school as you drive through gates framed by white picket fences which lead to a lush oasis of trees and greenery. Horses galloping in the paddock and live characters from the book of the week greet you and the children. It is hard to fathom that such spaciousness and tranquility is just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Singapore.

Fortunately, we don't need to imagine this because it is the reality that our children experience everyday at Rosebrook. Through their literacy- based curriculum, our daughter has developed a love for books, writing, counting, reading (us reading to her) and a general curiosity for discovering and learning new things. She now enjoys moving and using her body to express things to us also. Not to mention the adventure of grooming and playing with Daniel and Hans (the ponies).

A special kudos to the quality of staff who work there. Not only do they know their stuff, but they clearly love working with children. They go beyond their duty to send out daily pictorial reports to parents and they also text us with videos on special things they wish to highlight.

It is simply a joy to watch Maia grow and learn in such a caring, rich and exciting environment.


– Tini Fadzillah and Vynx Lim