I am yishun too... my 3yr old is in PCF Nursery class near 800+blks there. I started him on pre-nursery last yr and he is now in the nursery class. My younger baby used to go to the infant care there when he was 3 mths old, but i've already withdraw him out. My toddler is still going for full day care there. Overall i would say that leaving him at pcf makes me feels at ease as comunication between parents and school is quite good, they even have small notebooks where by they would record and let you know if your child finish their meals, drank milk and poo how many times. Also they would record down any important stuff that happened on the book. But like all childcare, sometimes children fight, fall down or fall sick...the teachers there will attend to them and put medicine if they are hurt, feed them medicine if you give instructions to (but have to write on form). My boy used to speak only english at home, but after attending, now he's always chattering away in mandarin too... most of the teachers there are chinese (mostly from china) but they also have english lessons. There was once i was offered a job by a (private) childcare in yishun near the mrt, i went there for a day trial to see if i could cope anot. End of the day, i turn down the offer as i was disgusted by the way the teacher(china lady) actually treat the preschoolers. Hitting them on the head with papers, pushing them and handling them roughly. When i told the principal, she said she had no idea and maybe the teacher is just vex or stress. Therfore, i feel better to know that at least pcf have more regulations for teacher. Do you know that pcf childcare is also quite new? At least it looks new, not like those run-down childcare....and there are glass panels where you can look in. Just my opinions, hope it helps!