Frequently Asked Questions

Infant & Toddler Programmes


What age group is Victoria Playpark for?

We accept children from 8 months to 3 years old.


How do I apply for enrolment?

To enrol into our infant and toddler programmes, please click “Enrol Now” to complete the online application form.


What is the average playgroup class size?

The average class size is 10 children per class.


What qualifications do your teachers hold?

All of our teachers are qualified and experienced in early childhood education and are native speakers.


Do parents need to accompany their children?

Every child should be accompanied by one adult.

What programme will Victoria Playpark offer?

We offer an interactive, trilingual, multi-sensory curriculum, and parenting workshops to support young children’s whole person development and transition to pre-nursery.


When will K11 MUSEA Campus open?

Infant and toddler programmes commences in early September 2019.


What is the infant and toddler programme schedule?

8-12 months, 1 day per week, 75 mins per session

13-24 months, 2-3 days per week, 90 mins per session

25-36 months, 3 days per week, 90 mins per session

Harcourt House Campus: 8:45am – 5pm (Monday to Saturday)

K11 MUSEA Campus:  9:00am – 5:30pm (Monday to Saturday), 10:30am – 5:00pm (Sunday & Public Holidays)


What are the infant and toddler programmes course fees?

Infant classes: 75 mins, $600 per session

Toddler classes: 90 mins, $570 per session

Big Kid classes: 90 mins, $570 per session


Will there be priority for admission to Victoria Educational Organisation (VEO) Pre-Nursery or Kindergartens if I enrol in Victoria Playpark?

All children should follow the normal admission procedures. We cannot guarantee admission into any kindergartens.  Nevertheless, Victoria Playpark follows the inquiry-based learning and trilingual environment, which is the same teaching approach of Victoria Educational Organisation (VEO). If your child is enrolled at Victoria Playpark, this will allow both the children and parent to understand and be comfortable in the VEO environment.


Is there any difference between Victoria Playpark and Victoria Educational Organisation’s playgroups?

Both Victoria Playpark and Victoria Educational Organisation playgroups are members of Victoria Educational Organisation. We all share the same educational mission and philosophy. Our trilingual playgroup programmes are led by qualified and professional teaching staff with years of experience. All campuses provide a comfortable, engaging and safe environment for children, while Victoria Playpark has a “natural” environment setting which brings children closer to “nature”. Please refer to the following comparison table for details of our playgroups:


Can my child transfer to Victoria Playpark K11 MUSEA Campus?

If your child is currently studying in a VEO playgroup and wishes to enrol in Victoria Playpark, please fill in the online application form by clicking “Enrol Now”.

If your child is studying at Victoria Playpark Harcourt House Campus, and wishes to transfer to K11 MUSEA Campus, please call Harcourt House Campus at 3990 1988 and talk to our staff for assistance.





When will PlayTime at K11 MUSEA Campus start?

PlayTime starts in mid of September at K11 MUSEA Campus. You can book 3 weeks in advance of your desired session.


How do I book for PlayTime at K11 MUSEA Campus?

To book for PlayTime, please go to the PlayTime session under “Our Programmes”, then click “Book Now” to complete the online booking. We strongly recommend you to peruse the terms and conditions prior to booking your ticket.


What age group is PlayTime for?

PlayTime is for children from 1 to 5 years old.


What is the schedule for PlayTime?

PlayTime is available on Sunday and Public Holidays at K11 MUSEA. Each sessions lasts for 60 minutes. Please find the schedule as follows:

11:00 – 12:00

12:15 – 13:15

14:15 – 15:15

15:30 – 16:30

16:45 – 17:45


What is the fee for PlayTime?

Each PlayTime ticket costs $280. The ticket covers one child and one parent.


Do parents need to accompany their children?

Every child should be accompanied by one parent.