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Maria Dreaming of Kindergarten

When you a big girl or boy of three cum four  life is full of challenges and excitement that just tires you out and so it was for Darius, Mari and Rafael after their first day at kindergarten at “Little Angel Nursery” the more so for the first time in their short lives they had the chance to meet a whole group of children their own age.

All three were buzzing when they first rushed back into St Margaret’s Sensory Garden after their first morning  session to share that they had “learned a new song in English” and told everyone that they wanted to find even more new songs in English.

After lunch within minutes of laying down the trio were fast asleep dreaming of their next excitement and the new friends they had made.

Like their “big brother”  Florin from now on this trio  will be up bright and early raring to learn and we are sure that these first steps in education will better prepare them for an “normal” independent life however long that may be. So each morning they will have their school bags with bottled water and sandwiches packed by Tanta Voica and a full complement of pencils and colouring books to help their skills development. The aim is to make life as normal as possible for our three heroes, just like all the other children in their class who don’t have the challenges that ill health can being


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