Through this letter I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to you and all the teachers of Tadika Murni for taking such good care of Aashini from the beginning. I see she has made a remarkable progress after joining your school in 2016. Her language skill has improved so much, especially her fluency in Chinese. I never thought she would get so fluent in a language that is completely foreign to her. I thank her Chinese teacher for putting in all the effort to teach her the language. I wish to thank Teacher Shalini for being a good mentor for Aashini throughout her journey at Tadika Murni. My best wishes and thanks to Mr. Alex and Ms. Rose for guiding her at the times needed. She has learnt a lot from each one of you at your school.
The physical activities and the brain exercises you've taught her are really amazing. To see a 3 year old doing all this makes me feel wonderful. I am glad I chose the right school for her. The Sports Day 2016 was too too good! The hard-work and effort you put into it definitely deserved special appreciation. If ever I happen to look out for a preschool for Aashini or any of my friends and relatives, Tadika Murni would be it. Hats off to all of you for doing a great job. Special thanks to the Trophy awarded to her at the year end. I wish you, your teachers and all the non-teaching staff all success now and in the years to come.
In a blink of an eye, my daughter 3 years in kindergarten has comes to an end. Initially, from crying everyday refusing to come to school, she now come happily to school everyday. Thanks to the teachers, under their guidance, she is able to mixed with other children and learn well. Soon, she will be entering into primary school, starting a new chapter in her life.
I personally feel that Tadika Murni is a good place for shaping our children's future.
My son has been with Tadika Murni for 3 years and I saw tremendous improvement academically as well as good behaviour. Communication between teachers and parents are important to improve children performance from time to time. One more year to go and my son will be ready for Standard 1.