My child’s inclination towards the Chinese language is much more pronounced after attending Canossaville Preschool with Lu Laoshi.
My wife and I liked the equal-opportunity learning environment for hearing impaired students and hearing-aid-free students alike. We agree that this is a very good social environment for all children.
Canossaville Preschool staff are engaged, caring and professional. While still maintaining a curriculum of learning and development, they’ve also managed to create the type of safe and fun environment you would completely trust your child to be immersed into.
We realised during this Circuit Breaker period that she’s grown very attached to her friends and teachers, even though our daughter has only been enrolled in the half-day programme for about three months.
Almost every day, she exhorts her family members to take turns playing the role of her various teachers, Ms Katrina, Lu Laoshi, Ms Gertrude, Ms Rebecca, etc., while she and her soft toys will be the rest of her classmates.
A word of thanks to the teachers. It shouldn’t have to take a global pandemic to amplify the importance of teachers in the lives of our children – let’s hope we don’t forget that when we return to some semblance of normalcy.