Peekaboo: Safe and homely schooling

2016-08-25 06:00
=Heike Kilian           Photo: SUPPLIED

=Heike Kilian Photo: SUPPLIED

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Peekaboo Preprimary provides a safe and homely schooling experience for children aged 2-6 years.

It is owned by Heike Kilian who said, “We strive to create a loving, homely, fun and beautiful environment for all our learners.

“With adequate space, healthy balanced meals and lots of extra mural activities our children get the best gross and fine motor development. We keep our classes small because in education quality is definitely more important than quantity. Being a BEd FP graduate I know the importance of individual attention the learners need to receive.”

For Heike the needs of the children always come first.

“They need to feel loved and really cared for and feel part of our family. It is not a business, but a love to see children grow and learn new skills, be it educational or sociable.

“A pre-primary school has always been a dream for me and for it to become a reality was definitely one of the most stressful but most rewarding experiences of my life.”

At Peekaboo they strive to get involved in a lot of different community outreach programs. The SPCA is something very close to their hearts and they regularly collect food and visit them.

Childcare is another priority to them and they have collected tons of clothes and toys for children in need which were delivered to childcare institutions.

“It is a very important social skill for the learners to learn from a young age to give back to those less fortunate,” said Heike.

  • Enquiries: Heike Kilian 082 318 6758, 26 Hexriver Road, Winterhoekpark,

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