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The mission of KIDDY abc is to enrich the quality of family life by providing peace of mind to parents and by enhancing the life experiences of the children in our care.

The philosophy of KIDDY abc is based on a set of strongly held beliefs:

We believe in providing a physical environment that is safe, clean, healthy, and oriented to children.
Classrooms are arranged to offer challenging play and learning choices at a range of developmental levels. Activity areas allow children the opportunity to explore, to experience, and, most importantly, to succeed.

We believe that the strength of our programme is in the dedication of our teaching staff.
We support our teachers with training, resources, and freedom to create a unique learning experience for children. We provide many opportunities for teachers to share ideas and grow professionally. Our teachers create a caring and nurturing atmosphere and foster each child's creativity.

We believe in positive methods of discipline. We establish consistent, age appropriate limits to help children function in their world. Our programmes are designed to develop in children a sense of independence and responsibility.

We believe parents are the most significant adults in a child's life.
We strive to create mutual respect between parents and teachers: a partnership for the benefit of the child. KIDDY abc is an organization that values people: the children in our care, their parents, and our employees. We continually work to earn the trust placed in us. We strive each day to be the best provider of early childhood educational services in every community we serve.

Parents Involvement
At KIDDY abc we will do our best to provide your child with an excellent learning experience in a stimulating environment. You can help your child in the following ways:

1. Keep abreast of your child's welfare.
2. Look at everything your child brings home and talk about it with him/her.
3. Share books with your child. However, don't force them to "study' children learn when they have fun.
4. Read your child stories.
5. Create opportunities for your child to write or draw, encouraging them to bring their work to school to share with their teacher.
6. Talk with your child, and be a good listener.
7. Help your child with mathematics and language by counting everyday items and reading labels.