When we went to see Tokyo Children’s Garden before it opened, we liked everything about it: the founders’ and teachers’ way of thinking; the small number of students; and the fabulous space. Our daughter, who will soon be three, was the first student at the school. She cried at first but soon she settled. She really enjoys her time at the school. She even wants to go on Saturdays and Sundays!
For our daughter, more important than going to Tokyo Children’s Garden is the personal interactions she has with the people there. She loves her teachers—especially Ann—as well as her classmates, and talks about them every day.
We often look at the daily journal together while she explains the photos to me. She describes what she did, where she went, what she had for lunch, and how she felt doing various activities.
I’m really relieved and happy that both my daughter and I really like the school.