Open House for Young Parents: sign up now

sai nest Raji SShould young parents who are about to admit their kids to Kindergarten schools know something about responsible parenting?

Yes, says educator R. S. Raji.

Raji, a Valasarawakkam resident who runs Sai’s Nest, a preschool centre in Sai Baba Colony in Saligramam knows a few things that she wishes to share with young parents.

She has been trained in the Montessori education stream, taught young kids at a leading school and has been running Sai’s Nest for three years.

“Parenting does not end with putting kids in a playschool or KG school, taking out kids and buying them clothes, toys and food and books. There is more to it, ” says Raji.

And to share with parents what parenting means she is hosting a one hour session open to all at her centre on June 14, 10 am onwards. Any young parent can register and then attend this session.

Raji wants to tell these parents who they can extend the activities that their kids are given in a place like Sai’s Nest, the kind of toys and books that suit different age groups that parents can buy, and how they can prepare their kids for school.

“I have had some great experiences at my place while interacting with the parents of the kids who attend our centre,” says Raji.

“Many parents expect us to do a lot for their kids and some are hesitant to ask questions and interact with us, ” she adds.

It is for this reason that Raji is hosting the Open House on Parenting at Sai’s Nest.

Her place admits kids in the 21/2 years to 4 years age group and she says when the kids move out of her place and go on to join mainstream schools they are able to get used to new people and the new environment easily.

So if you are a young parent and wish to be at this Open House, register by the first week of June. You can call 32219157 / 9940035132. The session is free and open to all.

The centre is at No.7, Saibaba Colony Main Road, Virugambakkam.

Admission to Sai’s Nest is on now; the centre reopens on June 2.


 
 
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