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Ibanag meets Faye for Child Time Learning Center

I met Faye, my daughter's friend last week. She owns  Child Time Learning Center, a pre-school and day care service provider  for children aged between 1.2 months to 5 years old.  Child Time,  as it is commonly called is  located right in the heart of Ortigas Center. Very convenient for working parents employed perhaps by San Miguel Corporation, United Laboratories, Philippine Stock Exchange, Asian Development Bank, Jollibee and other large corporations located in the area.

The school is equipped with industry standard  facilities such as the following:
  • Day Care Room with living room, kitchen, nap area, learning centers, audio visual
  • Play Area with sandbox, cottage playhouse, 8 in one playground, developmentally appropriate toys, alligator and whale see saw
  •  Babies and Toddlers Room where babies and toddlers  romp in a clean and child-proof environment
  •  Classrooms where the learning explorations and interactions between other tots are celebrated everyday
  •  Therapy Rooms designed for children with special needs
Child Time’s core of teachers, administrators and other school personnel are competent, dedicated professionals trained in the fields  of Early Childhood Education, Psychology, and Education.   

Their school hours:
Monday to Friday
8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Saturdays (By Appointment)
(For Therapy and Tutorial Sessions)


Conveniently located at:
3/F 8101 Pearl Plaza Bldg, Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

For complete information contact them:
Telefax:  637 9564
Email: childtimelearningcenter@gmail.com
Look for Ms. Faye Rulloda- School Directress

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