Bright future for Bright Beginnings pre-school pupils

By Liberty Mutamba

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Director of Bright Beginnings Mrs. Reason Njanina

LAST Friday was a marvel sight as Bright Beginnings Pre-School children were clad in their
graduation gowns while marching towards the podium to be pronounced Early Childhood
Development (ECD) A and B graduates.
The Bright Beginnings Pre-School, which opened its door in September last year with only two
pupils, has literally showed its capabilities in nurturing and laying the foundation to the children
ahead of their different careers.
Speaking during the first graduation ceremony at the institution, the Director of Bright
Beginnings Reason Njanina, said the Pre-School had a unique technical approach to early
childhood learners.
We believe that children are our future leaders, engineers, and teachers and for them to be
suited for these professions, it is our mandate to mould them, shed light on their journey by
identifying their talents and areas of strength at this age. We are living in a dynamic world and
these children should fit in every aspect arising in our society.
Our infant learners leave these premises with reading prowess and the knowledge of writing. It
is our wish that parents work hand-in-hand with us for the betterment of our future generations,"
said Njanina.
The infants, who graduated under the hands of Roman Catholic Father Christopher Gwarai, who
also stressed the  importance of catching them young in building a user friendly environment.
Parents should be like flower farmers, who plant flowers that will bloom and give the
community nectar. Education kicks off right from ECD going forward. Our future generations lie
in their hands it is now the role of parents to sharpen these children’s brains. I believe children of
this age are troubleshooters in nature but this pre-school volunteered to accept the challenge and
this is absolutely incredible work, said Father Gwarai.
The school currently has ECD A and B classes and about 50 are enrolled.

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