Sri Lanka: Palathuduwa Preschool Support

Preschools Come Together for Joint Exhibition: Q3 2016

October 01, 2016
Laknima Piyushani, Assistant Teacher


Summary of Activities

Classes and activities continued as planned, providing parents and guardians with support and advice in the proper care of their young children, and providing children with:

  • a safe environment
  • at least one nutritious meal a day
  • quality preschool education, including health awareness, eco-awareness, diversity awareness, and basic communication technologies


Project Impact

Palathuduwa Preschool is becoming more familiar and accepted within the community. Children, parents, and the school’s staff all benefit from a wider acceptance.


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Results &

Accomplishments

  • Joint Preschool Exhibition

    Joint Exhibition

    Preschools Come Together

    Every preschool in Tangalle zone displayed their creations at this exhibition. Beautiful creations were there. Children could see other crafts and study them. Simple materials can be used to make beautiful creations.

    Teachers from every preschool prepared the exhibition room. Our teachers also helped with the preparations. Many people came to see the children’s crafts.

  • Joint Preschool Exhibition

    Health and Citizenship

    Educating Students and Families

    During this reporting period our teachers:

    • Supported the ability of children’s guardians to provide more care and protection for their children.
    • Ensured the health and sanitation of the children.
    • Prepared the children to become nature-loving, educated citizens.
    • Educated the children on how to live in peace and harmony among different ethnic groups.
    • Made the children aware of modern communication technology and its benefits.
  • Joint Preschool Exhibition

    Cultural Education

    Community Involvement

    During this reporting period our students:

    • Participated in a July procession.
    • Learned what a procession is and what they can see during a procession.
    • Saw many people, dances, and customs at the procession.
    • Displayed creations at an exhibition organized by all the preschools in the Tangalle zone.
    • Improved their creative abilities through the exhibition.
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Numbers

Served

15 families

These are low-income families who earn a living as day laborers, performing tasks such as growing low country vegetables, making bricks, and working for others.

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