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Mariaville Involves Parents

Mariaville Good Shepherd Kindergarten invited parents of their students and the public for their Parental Involvement & Community Project Day recently. Family activities (games and crafts) organised by the teachers took place inside and outside the classroom. These activities filled with fun and excitement provided bonding time between parents and children.

The Balai Bomba from Jalan Kompleks Sukan brought in a fire engine and children’s fireman uniforms. Parents didn’t mind queuing up to take turns to use the uniforms for their children. The 6-year-old children received the 3K Club certificate from the Bomba Officer. Their booth proved to be the most popular.

Pantai Hospital gave free health screening which included blood pressure check, body fat assessment and dietary counselling. Parents were also invited to allow their children to join the DR. Little Club under the Hospital.

There was an exhibition on stamps by Pos Malaysia and parents could create their own unique stamps using their family photos.

Erican Language Centre introduced the ways of mastering English and to improve oratory skills.

Parents also supported Daybreak, a centre for the disabled adults and youths, by buying their beautiful handmade crafts.

My Kindie Babes provided children’s single photo with different costumes and family portraits at a reasonable price which attracted the crowd.

Mariaville’s Parental Involvement and Community Project Day achieved its aim of reaching out to present parents and stirred the public’s interest with full participation from parents with young children who wish to enrol into Mariaville Good Shepherd Kindergarten.

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