Dear Zarin, Elizabeth, Marie, Alison & Ilasaine,

We would like to wish you all the very best and thank-you for the amazing care you have given our Madeline throughout the years she has been with you.  She has had a wonderful time at Parramatta Preschool & Long Day Care, and it has been a lot of fun.  You have given her a great start to her school life.

We would also like to thank-you for the kindness and support you have given our family.  We appreciate all you have done.

We will miss seeing your welcoming smiles and beautiful friendly faces each week.

With lots of love,

The Smith Family,

(Madeline, Genevieve, Jarrod, Isabella and Olivia).

 

- Smith Family

Thank-you for all your support over the last few years and for helping Hugo grow into such a great little boy.

We wish you all a joyous Christmas and a magical year ahead in 2014.

Lots of Love – The Hayes.

 

- Hayes Family December 2013

First I would like to wish happy New Year to you and all staff at Parramatta Preschool. I regret to inform that my daughter Srushti’s last day at Parramatta Preschool will be the week ending of 13th Jan 2013. The reason for leaving the school is we are moving house to another suburb. Srushti is part of Parramatta preschool more than two years now. Srushti was always happy to go to school and liked the school very much, also her friends and teachers. Srushti always tried to explain what she learnt from the school & she learnt most from the best teachers from the school.

My special thanks to you and your staff Miss Elizabeth, Miss Marie, Miss Sarah and Miss Alison . They always have smiling face and very helpful.

Thanks again for your cooperation all these days.

- Mangala Murthy

Please accept this letter as notice that as of 21st December COB, Juliette Gray will no longer be attending your daycare.

Thank you for the good service that you have provided for our family. Juliette was happy to go there every day and that is the most important.

I appreciated the multicultural aspect of your daycare, some daycare or schools unfortunately try to avoid having too many non-english background children, but multiculturalism is certainly a positive aspect if it is handled correctly. It seems to be recognised and used in a positive way at your school.

Sincerely,

- Solène

I was very impressed looking through Gene’s folder of work from his year at your centre. It shows that you put a great deal of effort into the education of the children. There was a lot of excellent learning programs and also much attention to detail with the documenting of Gene’s progress.

Leaving my youngest in day care is something that as a parent, gave me a few moments of sadness.

However, Gene was always happy to go and whenever I stepped inside the centre, I always got the feeling that there was a lot of kindness and professionalism in evidence.

Thank you for looking after Gene; and for growing his mind; and for feeding him too!

I wish you all a Happy Holiday Season and time with your families.

Warm regards,

- Paul and Danielle

Thank you for taking us on for our student placement. It was a very beneficial experience, where we learnt a lot from both the children and staff. The staff were very helpful and supportive throughout our visits, making us feel welcome at the centre. Observing the interactions between the staff and children gave us great insight into how to effectively communicate and engage with children. We especially liked the multicultural aspect of the children’s learning, through singing and dancing.

Once again, thank you! We had such a wonderful time!

All the best,

- Judy and Irene

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Children showed happiness in shared learning experiences and collaboratively worked on activities displaying their awareness of diversity and respect to each other. Children were able to understand the importance of diversity and community participation through participating in various Diwali craft activities with great interest and enthusiasm. Thank you to all parents for your active participation in all our events , sharing your skills and time. We have many busy days ahead of us and we look forward to sharing them with you and your children. Happy Diwali to all!

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Dear Zarin, Elizabeth, Marie, Alison & Ilasaine, We would like to wish you all the very best and thank-you for the amazing care you have given

- Smith Family

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