What is the enrollment process at UKC?

Step 1: Contact our enrolment team at info@umalaskidsclub.com
Step 2: Come for an initial consultation and tour around the school*
Step 3: Book and enjoy a free 2 hour Trial
Step 4: Talk to your child about their time with us

Step5: Choose your starting date and the program
Step6 : Enrol! Email info@umalaskidsclub for a quotation
Step 7: Complete our online registration form.
Step 8: Receive your personalised invoice for the school year (termly or yearly payment options)
Step 9: Make the payment of the invoice
Step 10: Send proof of payment to accounting.
Step 11: Welcome email sent to parents.

*If you are located overseas or unable to come to our school please email us at info@umalaskidsclub.com and discuss the enrolment via email and/or by whatsapp.

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What language is used at the UKC?

At UKC, we teach all our activities and lessons in English. However, every Tuesday and Thursday, we have a fun-filled Bahasa morning circle, where we focus on Indonesian culture and language through songs, rhymes, and afternoon activities.
We take pride in our multicultural mix of students and are delighted to have children from all over the world, including many national and binational students. We aim to provide a nurturing, safe, and supportive environment for your child to learn and grow.

So, if you’re looking for a preschool that values diversity, promotes language skills, and fosters a love for learning, then UKC is the perfect place for your child. We look forward to welcoming you to our community>If you’re concerned about your child’s English proficiency, don’t worry. At UKC, we take pride in our ability to teach children English quickly

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Do you provide Trial sessions?

We would be delighted to invite you to participate in a free trial session at our facility. During the session, your child will get a chance to experience Circle Time, snack time, and a fun-filled activity. However, please note that an adult must accompany your child throughout the trial. The trial sessions are held from 8:30 am to 10:30 am. If you are interested in joining a trial session, please contact us and we will be happy to book a session for you.

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Why should we choose Early Years Foundation Stages (EYFS)

Nurturing Well-Rounded Development for Your Little Explorer

Personal, Social & Emotional Development:

We foster a positive self-image and teach children to value others. Through positive relationships and respect, we guide them in developing essential social skills, understanding emotions, and building self-confidence and awareness.

Understanding the world
Exploration is key! We help children make sense of the world and technology through engaging activities like computer play, science experiments, music time, and dedicated events. It’s all about creating a rich learning environment that sparks curiosity.

Physical Development
Healthy bodies, active minds! Our outdoor environments provide the perfect space for children to be active, enhancing their coordination, control, and spatial awareness. We teach them the importance of physical activity and guide them in making healthy choices regarding food and exercise.

Communication & Language
Expressing themselves confidently! We create an environment with diverse languages, fostering understanding, speaking, listening, and attention skills. Through engaging activities, children build their vocabulary, express thoughts fluently, and convey meaning to others.

Expressive arts & Design
Unleashing creativity! From construction and role play to musical movement and creative activities, we provide ample opportunities for children to explore and express their ideas and feelings, nurturing their imagination.

Building a foundation for numbers and shapes! Through hands-on activities and everyday objects, children explore patterns, compare, sort, match, order, sequence, count, and solve practical problems, developing a solid understanding of mathematics.

A love for words! We encourage children to connect sounds and letters, fostering a passion for reading and writing. With access to a variety of reading materials, we ignite their interest, teach them how to handle books carefully, and help them understand the meaning behind every word and picture.

Join us at our preschool, where every day is an exciting journey of exploration, growth, and learning!

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Why is Preschool important? How we prepare the children for Primary School

In the EYFS, play is a very important part of your child’s development and most learning will be introduced through a mixture of carefully planned play and some adult-led focused activities.

Don’t be too concerned if your child says that they have been playing all day – it just means that they have been lucky enough to have experienced staff who have made their learning fun and enjoyable! As the Reception year progresses, the learning may start to become more formal, ready for Primary school and the National British Curriculum.

1. Phonics
Phonics is a big part of Kindergarten. Your child will continue to expand on their knowledge of phonics and will probably surprise you with just how quickly they develop their reading. The Phonic lessons are fun, pacy sessions which involve games and tasks. The KG children will learn tricky words, spelling rules and how to sound out and blend to aid them with their reading and writing.

They will probably be encouraged to ‘have a go’ at spelling when writing independently, by phonetically sounding out words. Their teacher may well ask them to ‘write it like it sounds’ and, as the weeks go by, they will learn the correct sounds to replace those guesses.

3. Maths skills
Maths lessons in KG class tend to be enjoyable, with plenty of hands-on activities. Your Kindergarten child will count with objects and work in groups to explore shapes and pattern. Now that they are using numbers over 20, they will learn to use a 100 square to help with their adding and subtracting. Number bonds will also be reinforced.

They will learn to count forwards, backwards, in 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s, and they will double and halve. They will do maths inside and outdoors and, because we work in a very cross-curricular way in Kindergarten, he/she will be talking about maths during other subjects, for example; while measuring ingredients for cooking (DT), drawing tables to record experiments in science or drawing maps in geography.

4. Beyond literacy and numeracy
There are a wide range of topics covered in Kindergarten, and your child will undoubtedly have their personal favourites. Some of the Kindergarten activities include:

  • Experiments (science) product design
  • Learning the history of things (history) and about the local area we live in (geography)
  • Dancing, playing games and using gym apparatus
  • Painting, drawing and more creative processes (art)
  • We also develop their social skills and empathy for each other during RE and circle times. Kindergarten is an important year for your child’s increasing independence. The days are so varied and busy, the hours just fly by!

Ready for school – how can you tell?
‘School readiness’ in children includes many different skills and behaviours, such as:

Social skill
Being able to get along with other children, demonstrate basic manners, assert themselves, and being able to play independently as well as with other children.

Emotional maturity
Being able to manage their emotions, cope with minimal adult contact in large groups, focus on tasks, follow directions and instructions from teachers, cope with the stress of the new school environment, and understand the rules.

Language skills
Being able to talk and listen to adults and other children, speak clearly, communicate needs, understand stories, and begin to identify some letters and sounds.

Cognitive Skills
Basic number sense, basic thinking skills, being able to wait and take turns.

Physical health and coordination
Basic health, fine motor skills (such as being able to grip a pencil and turn pages in a book) and physical coordination (being able to run, jump, climb, and play ball).

Basic skills to manage their needs without adult supervision, such as going to the toilet, dressing, unwrapping their lunch and managing their belongings.

If you are not sure whether your child is ready to start big school, talk to your child’s preschool/ kindergarten teacher or early childhood educator – they will be able to help you with assessing your child’s development and readiness for school.

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My child doesn’t speak English yet.

If you’re concerned about your child’s English proficiency, don’t worry. At UKC, we take pride in our ability to teach children English quickly

At UKC, we teach all our activities and lessons in English. However, every Tuesday and Thursday, we have a fun-filled Bahasa morning circle, where we focus on Indonesian culture and language through songs, rhymes, and afternoon activities.
We take pride in our multicultural mix of students and are delighted to have children from all over the world, including many national and binational students. Our aim is to provide a nurturing, safe, and supportive environment for your child to learn and grow.

So, if you’re looking for a preschool that values diversity, promotes language skills, and fosters a love for learning, then UKC is the perfect place for your child. We look forward to welcoming you to our community.

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Is the Umalas Kids Club an approved school?

We are proud to have legitimate and complete certifications c

Our school is officially certified and registered by the Indonesian Ministry of Education. As a result, we are fully authorized to offer a comprehensive international curriculum to our students. Our Early Childhood Education and Development programs adhere to the highest standards of quality and meet all the necessary requirements set forth by the Ministry.

Our certifications and licenses serve as a testament to our commitment to providing an exceptional learning experience for every child. Not only does this mean that our programs and facilities have been thoroughly evaluated, but it also ensures that our students receive official school certificates recognized by the Ministry of Education.

We take great pride in being a registered and licensed institution, and we are confident that our certifications demonstrate our dedication to providing the best education possible. So, if you’re looking for a preschool that offers a legitimate and complete curriculum, look no further than our school.

Our licenses and accreditations are grouped under our set PAUD (Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini) – Early Childhood Education and Development.

  1. Taman Penitipan Anak (TPA) – Daycare. NPSN 70036250 *
  2. Kelompok Bermain (KB) – Early learning playgroups. NPSN 70036248 *
  3. Taman Kanak kanak (TK) – Kindergarten. NPSN 70036249 *

* NPSN (Nomor Pokok Sekolah Nasional)

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What is the educational philosophy of the school?

Our playful learning program is designed to cater to the needs of your little ones and help them discover the world around them through purposeful, facilitated, guided or free play activities. Our program meets the requirements of the English National Curriculum (Early Years Foundation Stage) and the Key stages, and supports all aspects of learning and development in early childhood, from birth to the age of five and up.

We’re passionate about nurturing your child’s innate curiosity and desire to learn, and we believe that learning should be fun and exciting! That’s why we’ve created a program that encourages your child to explore, learn and discover at their own pace. We’re confident that our approach will not only help your child become passionate learners but also instill a love for learning that will last a lifetime.

Join us today and give your child the best start in life. We can’t wait to see your little one thrive with us!

The EYFS is based on four principles:

  • A Unique Child
  • Positive Relationships
  • Enabling Environments
  • Learning and Development

Following these essential principles, we decided to organise our structure into three different activities at the Umalas Kids Club, all educational, and related to the EYFS program:

  • Early learning playgroups (6 months to 3 Years old)
  • Preschool (3 Years old to 6 Years old)
  • Daycare (all ages)

Our preschool program offers a unique learning experience that integrates vital learning goals and objectives through play. Children develop physical, social, emotional, and intellectual skills through a range of activities and approaches. Our curriculum covers seven areas of learning and development, with three key areas essential for sparking curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. Our experienced educators provide a safe, nurturing, and positive environment for your child to learn and grow. Choose us and unlock your child’s full potential.

  1. Prime areas
  • Personal, social and emotional development
  • Communication and language
  • Physical development
  1. Secondary areas
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive arts and design

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What programs are available at the Umalas Kids Club?

Our structure consists of three educational programs, all linked to the British National Curriculum’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

We offer year-round, for children aged six months to 6 years:

  • A daycare (all ages)
  • Early learning playgroups (6 months to 3 years)
  • A quality international Preschool (3 years to 6 years)

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What are the enrollment options at the Umalas Kids Club?

We have several options available:

  • Yearly (August to June)
  • Semester (6 months)
  • Termly (10 weeks)
  • Short Term (4 weeks, working days). This program is for families joining for less than a term or wanting to try the school before committing to a full term.
  • Casual Day-Pass drop-in ( pre-booking required)

Annual, semester, or termly registrations are eligible for discounts, if applicable. Enrolling for short durations or as a drop-in does not qualify for a discount.

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We are only staying in Bali for a limited time. What are the options?

Casual Day-Pass Drop-In (24 hours pre-booking required)

When spots are available, our centre may allocate the remaining space for visiting families on a drop-in basis, either:

  • Morning program (9.00 Am-12 Pm)
  • Afternoon program (1 Pm – 3 Pm)
  • Full-day program (9.00 Am – 3 Pm)

All prices include activities, materials and morning/afternoon snacks. Lunch is additional.

Please note that any unused drop-in days at the end of a term cannot be replaced or refunded. To make the most of your purchase, make sure to use all of the drop-ins during the term they were purchased for.

Short Term Program (4 weeks)

If you plan to stay for a period longer than a month, you have the option to enroll in a short-term program that lasts for 4 weeks. This program can be renewed or upgraded to a full-term program for longer stays.

Contact us for more information HERE.

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What do school fees include?

School fees are made up of several distinct elements:

The registration fee:

At the time of registration, all UKC students must pay a one-time fee that is compulsory to officially register your child(ren) within our structure.

The tuition fees:

Our educational programs and instruction services are tailored to provide the best possible learning experience for your children. By enrolling your children in our classes, you can be assured that they will receive high-quality education that will give them a head start in life. The cost of our programs depends on the class and attendance of your children.

The Levies:

The capital levy is a fund that allows the school to invest in various infrastructure-related projects such as renovations, extensions, and new buildings. It is also used for purchasing large equipment that is necessary for the proper functioning of the school.

The materials and resource levy, on the other hand, is a fund that allows the school to invest in teaching and learning resources, sports equipment, library resources, and technology such as iPads, computers, educational software, and applications.

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What are the opening hours?

We are open Monday to Friday:

  • Morning program (8.15 Am – 12 Pm)
  • Afternoon program (1 Pm – 4 Pm)
  • Full-day program (8.15 Am – 3 Pm)

Our centre provides educational programs from 9 Am to 12 Pm and extended fun and creative activities until 3 Pm.

Additional babysitting/daycare is available from 3 Pm to 5 Pm.

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What is the Teacher/Student Ratio?

Welcome to our preschool! We follow the EYFS guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of your child. Our trained staff supervises children at all times, and we have designed our curriculum according to specific ratios based on classroom size and age group.

Your child will receive the best education in a safe and nurturing environment. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.










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How do you Group Children?

We assign each child to a class that is tailored to their age group and specific learning needs as outlined by the EYFS guidelines.

While we understand that you may have preferences for which class you’d like your child to be in,  please rest assured that we have carefully considered each child’s needs when assigning them to their class.

Once your child starts a year, they will remain in the same class for the duration of that year. We’ve found that this helps children feel secure and develop strong bonds with their classmates and teachers. If there are any concerns about your child’s progress, we’ll be sure to communicate with you regularly so that we can work together to support your child’s learning and development.

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Do you offer extra-school activities?

Yes! We have activities ranging from cooking to dancing, music lessons, gardening and creative workshops. We do our best to renew these additional activities frequently (termly as much as possible) to keep children’s interest and engagement to their fullest.

All our activities are guided by professionals, whether carried out directly by the school or by service providers.

The activities are all additional and subject to space availability.

More information HERE

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We are not yet in Bali, or the school is already full – Is it possible to register on a waiting list?

If you are not currently in Bali, there is still a chance for your child to secure a place in the school. You can guarantee a spot in the class for your child by paying the registration fee, provided that there is available space. The remaining tuition fee can be paid upon arrival.

Please keep in mind that the registration fee is non-refundable, even if your child is unable to join the UKC for any reason.

Once you confirm your child’s attendance and officially register, you will need to pay the difference between the registration fees you have already paid and the fees required at the time of entry into the school.

However, if you are already in Bali and there are no available spots at the time of application, your child may be placed on a waiting list based on their age group. To be placed on the waiting list, you need to submit a written request and the completed registration forms. You will be notified immediately when a spot becomes available.

Please note that these fees are subject to change from year to year.

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Do you offer a sibling discount?

Yes, we offer a sibling discount on tuition fees if you enrol more than one child at the same time.

  • Second sibling – 5% discount
  • Third sibling – 10% discount

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What payment options does the Umalas Kids Club offer?

We have three payment options:

  • Termly payment – No discount
  • Early Bird Discount – 5 % until 2 weeks before Term due date.
  • Semester payment – 2% discount on tuition fees
  • Annual payment – 5% discount on tuition fees

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Can I enrol my child in the middle of the term?

Yes, you can enrol your child at any time of the school year when a space is available.

No reduction on the registration fees will apply if you register your child at a time other than the start of the year.

For enrolments before the half-term, the totality of the school fees must be paid, in advance, before your child’s first day at school. Otherwise, your child will be refused entry to school.

For registrations after the half-term, a payment of 50% of the total school fees for the current term is to be made, in advance. The payment must be made before your child’s first day at school. Otherwise, your child will be refused entry to school.

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If I have two children, do I have to pay the registration fee for each of them?

Umalas Kids Club, all students are required to pay a registration fee upon registration. This fee is compulsory and must be paid in full along with the enrolment form before admission to our centre can be considered.

Please note that if you register more than one child at the same time, you will receive a sibling discount for the second child’s tuition fees only.

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If my child is sick, can I get a refund or a make-up session?

We know that life can be unpredictable, and sometimes children may miss school due to illness or family obligations. That’s why we offer make-up days to ensure that your child doesn’t miss out on any valuable learning opportunities. As a preschool, we have children attending the centre for 3, 4 or 5 days a week, and we make sure that our teacher-to-student ratios are in line with EYFS requirements every day.

To comply with regulations, we allow a maximum of three make-up days per term, but if your child misses school for a valid reason, we’re happy to provide make-up days.

If a child misses school due to illness or family obligations such as a wedding, baptism, or death:

  • You notify the school in advance (minimum 48H)
  • You provide valid supporting evidence ( ex: medical report).

Please note that if you have already used the maximum of three make-up days for the current term, we will not be able to provide any refunds.

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Is there a penalty fee for late payment?

Every payment, either by term, by semester or yearly, must be paid in full and before it begins, according to our school calendar.
If payments aren’t made in due time, then a penalty fee applies, according to our school handbook.

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We paid for a specific period, but we have to leave sooner. What about the fees already paid?

All fees are non-refundable, non-adjustable and non-transferable.

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