To mark Teachers’ Day 2022, NurtureStars Preschool published an advertisement with its sister brands from the Crestar Education Group on 2nd September 2022 to thank all its educators for their extraordinary efforts.
The advertisement appeared in an eight-page Straits Times supplement, expressing heartfelt appreciation for all the outstanding teachers.
The advertisement appeared in an eight-page Straits Times supplement, expressing heartfelt appreciation for all the wonderful teachers saying “ You have been TRULY AWESOME!”
In another paragraph, it said “Thank you for the extraordinary efforts in adapting to new norms. Your resilience, patience and dedication have made us all even stronger.”
NurtureStars @ SAFRA Tampines also featured in the supplement editorial which mentioned the centre’s effort in inviting parents to be involved in the children’s learning, including becoming storytellers during class lessons.
Its principal, Ms Hannah Lua, was quoted as saying that NurtureStars Preschool honours all the parents from the SAF on Armed Forces Day every year.
“This year, we gave an appreciation gift to our parent volunteers. We also invited parents to meet our students through a career day sharing or to present details about festive celebrations,” she said.
Parents also joined in to thank the teachers and wish them Happy Teacher’s Day.
Mdm Tan Peiyi, the parent of Teng Zong Sheng (K1), messaged to say the teachers were attentive and caring towards her who has learnt a lot and become more confident. She expressed her appreciation for their passion and commitment.
Another parent, Rita Chong, mother of Ethan Lin (PG 1 / Infant), said: ”Thank you to all the teachers for taking such great care of Ethan. He loves his teachers and enjoys going to school every day. I can see how happy he is when he goes into class to join his teachers and friends so I can go to work with no worries.”
The mother of Yong Kang Hong Clarence (PN2), Michelle Loi, thanked the teachers for guiding her son “patiently as he grows”. “He has learnt a lot from you and is becoming more independent,” she said.