A Thank You Letter

To all the Teachers of Kidsville Creative System, especially to Teacher Ellaine,

I am so grateful and thankful that we have found Kidsville during the time that I’ve been looking for a school for my youngest daughter.  My daughter is a child  diagnosed with special needs and was not accepted by the first school I tried to enroll her in. I asked that school to reconsider accepting my daughter since 2 of my children attended their school from primary to high school. But we were not given consideration.

Finally, I found Kidsville and talked with the directress Teacher Anna, at first I was not expecting a positive answer but I wanted to take my chances and asked if they can consider accepting my child in their school. All we wanted was a chance, a chance for  Natasha, to be in a regular school since the Developmental Pedia also recommended that she should be placed in a regular school.  The following day, I went back to Kidsville and Teacher Anna told me that they have decided to accept my child. I am so happy, as well as my child, because when Natasha saw Kidsville, I knew that she liked to be in that school.

When she entered Kidsville in June 2011, my daughter couldn’t even identify or recite any letter of the alphabet or count numbers or she couldn’t even answer when being asked. She would not play with other children because she is so shy, and she is not confident enough to join other children during play time. It was a big challenge to Teacher Ellaine since my daughter is like a Nursery student in a Kinder class with an age of a Prep student. But Teacher Ellaine was so accommodating and determined that she could help my child learn the normal way, and she did that, we are all glad and happy to see how my child developed to be a normal girl with nice manners too.

Now, she shows a big difference and improvement in her social and academic behaviors. I am proud to say that even if she is a slow learner, she was able to learn because of the different and very effective teaching ways of Kidsville. She can now write and identify numbers, can express herself better in English at that, and has developed her reasoning skills. She has won a lot of friends who are all so cute and nice to each other. She has gained self-confidence which enables her to socialize and play with them happily. Kidsville has done so much for Natasha as well as for us. And I know that I have chosen the right school for her.

Teachers are their second mothers when they are in school.   In  Kidsville, teachers are not only their second moms, but they are friends to their students as well.

Some Parents I know in our Therapy center would ask me where Natasha goes to school, and I would tell them and highly recommend Kidsville because I have experienced the quality of their teaching, and how they touch the heart of each student. These Parents noticed great difference from the time they first saw Natasha and how she is now.

Thank you so much KIDSVILLE, Teachers Anna, Leng, Anne, Maureen, and most of all Teacher Ellaine. You all have given Natasha her CHANCE to learn AND you have given us HOPE, that she will be able to learn more and join in a regular school.

Hugs and Kisses from Natasha and our family. =)

Mommy Cindy
(proud mommy of Natasha – Beetle SY 2011-2012)

Choosing the Right School for Your Child

Finding a pre-school for Julian was not so difficult, upon recollection of this moment three years back. I actually checked on four other schools within the Better Living area, just to make a comparison and a more concrete basis of our selection. However, during my initial visit to Kidsville, I knew then and there that this was going to be Julian’s first school. The homey structure and facilities were already impressive, as is. The accommodating teachers and the cute students who greeted and attended to my queries were the convincing factors. I made my choice, in no time. All I needed to do was to be biased in telling Julian’s papa about this school, situated just within the neighborhood. For him, it was a practical pick since Kidsville is only about five minutes leisure walk, from our home.

Time flies. I cannot imagine how my little boy learned to write, read and do math, at five. The academics he acquired from the school is simply amazing. I am awed since I can still perfectly recall that I learned most of what he already knows now, when I was already seven or up. Aside from these, he also developed confidence, expressed his thoughts vividly, communicated his emotions and most importantly, made a lot of friends. The school activities such as the field trips, fire/earthquake drills, mini Olympics, Halloween and UN Day were all an evident display of fun in learning. To top it off, the Christmas Program and Moving Up Exercises were absolutely beyond expectations. The combined efforts of the students, the staff and the teachers created an awesome exhibit of talent and dedication. Seeing my son on stage during these times, were truly priceless.

As a mama to Julian, I am sincerely grateful to Kidsville for being a part of my child’s pre-school years. Indeed, I am sure that we had chosen the best for him. I now believe that all (and even a lot more) he needed to know, he learned in kindergarten. Kudos to Kidsville and more power!

Mommy Myla
Julian’s proud Mama (Beetle SY 2011-2012)

Why Kidsville… A Brother’s Kidsville Experience

Kidsville has played a big part in enriching my brother’s intellectual  skills as well as his personality. Throughout his first school year in  the school it is evident how much progress he has made. From being a  shy and stereotypical kid, Kidsville has made him show his true  potential. Last year, he didn’t know how to write any word other than  his name. Look at him now, and he can read a whole storybook with  comprehension and write in full sentences. Before, he can only go as  far as 10 in terms of addition and counting. Now, he counts to  hundreds, adds tens, and sometimes even millions. A very significant  change the school has made in him is for him to be outstandingly  fluent in the English language. I remember that a year ago, he would  always speak in Tagalog and had even acquired the Visayan accent of  his ate. It’s very surprising now how much he knows and speaks  English. All in all, he is a better brother, a better son, and a  better person who always carries a smile to reach out to others and  explore the world in the best way possible a little boy can.

Robbie Tamayo
Proud Brother of Alfonso (Beetle SY 2011-2012)

 

What Is Kidsville

I am so blessed to have another son after 10 years of waiting.
And I am doubly blessed to have found Kidsville.
I think the following will aptly describe my Kidsville experience:

K- kid friendly

I – individualized approach

D – dedicated staff

S – safe environment

V – value for money

I – incredible curriculum

L – loving teachers

L – learning to the fullest

E – extraordinary productions

In his one year stay in Kidsville my dear Alfonso (a beetle under
Teacher Ellaine) had improved a lot- academically, socially,
psychologically and artistically. and for this I can’t thank the
Kidsville family headed by Teacher Anna enough. Kidsville had served  as Alfonso’s second home and Teacher Elaine did a great job of being  his second mother, mentor and friend. To the Kidsville family: I will  be forever grateful.

Dra. Marietta Tamayo
Proud Mommy of Alfonso (Beetle SY 2011-2012)