Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children

by Ashraya
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Provide a Safe Haven for Indian Children
Jun 30, 2016

Arrival of New Sunshine

ASHRAYA CRECHES REPORT FOR THE QUARTER APRIL TO JUNE 2016

 

During the months of April  and May the children in the crèches were preparing to start their summer vacations and also join formal schools.

The crèches were closed for a two week summer break. 

Happy and Sad Moment

The month of May was mixed with happy and sad emotions.  Many children were leaving and an equal number were joining  as well. 

The older children left us with a happy note. The parents thanked Ashraya and the teachers for doing a commendable job. They appreciated  the efforts of the teachers in enabling a positive and stimulating environment in the crèches and allowing the child to learn and develop through a holistic approach. The children gain good nutrition,  hygiene habits and discipline in daily activities.  Overall this year we had 144 children join regular schools from al the crèches .

  New admission

 New  admissions are accepted in the month of June. ( Children are 3-5 years of age ). Applications are screened for the appropriate age and criteria and admissions are finalized. This year we have enrolled 158 new children. Currently we have a total of 206 children in all the creches.  

 The first two weeks  the crèches function for  half day  to allow the children settle down. Third week onwards the crèches are functioning  for the fll day as the children have settled down.  The teachers  make the children play with toys and sing rhymes to  distract the children.

 All the children get a nutritious meal in the afternoon. The first lessons taught are on personal hygiene – washing hands before a meal,  eat neatly without spilling etc

 

Doctor’s Visit 

Regular doctor’s visits were  started.    

Parents Teacher Meeting

 The first parent teacher  meetings were held , the parents were given an opportunity to express their views, a majority of the parents were happy to see how cheerful and happy the children were. They were briefed on  importance of maintaining hygiene and regular attendance etc.

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Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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