AMP has three subsidiaries: a full-fledged research centre, Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs (RIMA), a private education centre, MERCU Learning Point, and a provider of early childhood care and education, Kidz Meadow Childcare & Development Centre Limited.
As a research subsidiary of AMP, the Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs (RIMA) conducts research in key areas such as economics, education, religion, family, social integration, and leadership and civil society.
RIMA contributes to scholarly discourses on numerous issues relevant to the community. It organises conferences and seminars to add depth to discourses and to create awareness of issues. Roundtable and focus group discussions are also held to foster greater understanding of issues and keep abreast of emerging trends. Additionally, RIMA has produced a number of publications and contributed articles in both print and online media.
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MERCU Learning Point is a private education centre owned by AMP that offers a comprehensive range of programmes and services for children aged 2 months to 12 years. Its network comprises a kindergarten care centre, four school-based student care centres, and one enrichment wing.
MERCU’s Whee!Canopus facilitates the development of Primary 1 to 6 students through an array of values-based programmes that incorporates the school’s values.
Since 2 January 2019, MERCU began its Kindergarten Care (KCare) at Northoaks Primary School and Huamin Primary School, offering K1 and K2 children a safe and conducive environment to play, explore and discover.
MERCU prides in establishing a collaborative environment with parents and schools as important catalysts in the children’s development. With the tagline Starting Young, Aiming High, programmes are robustly designed to maximise the children’s capabilities and propel them to greater heights.
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Kidz Meadow Childcare & Development Centre Limited (KMCDCL) has been providing quality and innovative education to preschoolers since 1999. Its humble beginning was under the ownership of the AMP Singapore, caring for and teaching 89 preschoolers under the brand name, AMP Childcare Centre.
In 2008, KMCDCL rebranded to Kidz Meadow Childcare & Development Centre with the strong ethos to provide children with fun and creative learning. True to its tagline, ‘where fun and creative learning begins’, KMCDCL believes that learning through creative play and discovery will develop language, cognitive and social skills in children, in preparation for lifelong learning.
KMCDCL believe that learning through creative play and discovery will develop language, cognitive and social skills in children, in preparation for lifelong learning.
KMCDCL is one of the appointed Partner Operators (POP) by the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) and has also been awarded the SPARK certification from ECDA. KMCDCL was recently incorporated on 29 April 2021 as a company Limited by Guarantee, and on 15 October 2021, it became a registered charitable organisation with the Commissioner of Charities as of 15 October 2021. These milestones affirm its long-term commitment and dedication to developing young children from all backgrounds through our established programmes and supporting our educators with continuous professional training and development.
KMCDCL strives to reach out to more children, nurturing them based on its mission, which is to provide a quality and innovative programme that nurtures children to be socially responsible citizens, active learners and thinkers. Its quality childcare daily operations are trusted in the good hands of over 200 teaching and support staff.
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