subsidies for child/student care
All publications related to subsidies for child/student care are kept here.
Llinking the eligibility criteria of childcare subsidies with the mother's employment status
Mar 4, 2020
MSF responds on whether the Ministry intends to delink the eligibility criteria of childcare subsidies from the mother's employment status
Income Per Capita Criterion for Pre-school Subsidies for All Families
Nov 4, 2019
ECDA uses household income to assess whether a family qualifies for means-tested preschool subsidies.
Grants for non-MOE kindergartens and special needs support
May 8, 2019
Minister Desmond Lee answers MP for Ang Mo Kio GRC Dr Intan Azura Mokhtar's question on grants for non-MOE kindergartens and support for special needs children.
Child Development Account
May 6, 2019
Minister Desmond Lee answers MP for Pasir-Ris Punggol GRC Mr Zainal Sapari's question on the Child Development Account and whether excess will be transferred to the Post-Secondary Education Account.
ComCare Child Care Subsidy
May 6, 2019
Minister Desmond Lee answers NMP Assoc Prof Walter Theseira's questions on ComCare Child Care Subsidy.
Childcare Subsidies for Full Day Childcare and Infant Care
Feb 18, 2019
Minister answers question by Assoc Prof Walter Theseira, Nominated Member of Parliament, on subsidies for full-day childcare and infant care.
Childcare Subsidies for Working Mothers
Feb 11, 2019
Minister answers question by Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC, on childcare subsidies for working mothers.
Criteria used to determine childcare and preschool subsidies
Feb 19, 2018
Minister Desmond Lee answers question by Mr Darryl David, MR for Ang Mo Kio GRC, on criteria used to determine childcare and preschool subsidies
Application rate for additional childcare subsidy for non-working mothers
Feb 29, 2016
Minister answers question by Ms Sun Xueling, MP for Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC on the application rate for additional childcare subsidy for non-working mothers
More children to benefit from higher fee assistance for kindergarten education
Jan 2, 2015
More children will stand to benefit from higher subsidies under the Kindergarten Fee Assistance Scheme (KiFAS), which comes into effect today. The enhancements to the scheme are part of the Government’s efforts to improve the affordability, accessibility and quality of early childhood development programmes.