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playschool

an informal nursery group taking preschool children in half-day sessions
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He added: "It was originally constructed as a private playschool for girls, by the Josiah Mason trust.
He was one of the pioneers in importing horses from New Zealand, one of those being Playschool who also won the Welsh National.
Playschool also landed the 1987 Coral Welsh National and the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown, before starting favourite for that season's Gold Cup only to be pulled up, a result which Barons would later put down to foul play.
'Our playschool program is Montessori-based and incorporates learning into playing.
Mumbai: About 50 children had a narrow escape on Thursday when a building collapsed some 20 minutes before their playschool in the five-storey structure was to start for the day.
''It's an awful tragedy, he was due to be starting playschool in September LORRAINE LEON DUBLIN YESTERDAY
She said she was just charging QR200 per child, whereas other playschools registered by the ministry charge in excess of QR400 per month.
Her adoptive parents Julia and Simon first realised something was seriously wrong when she started playschool at the age of three.
" Anyone with an empty room can start a playschool. There are no safety guidelines and nobody can be held responsible.
Earlier this year the playschool was targeted by vandals, smashing up play equipment and ripping up books.
Summary: A new playschool is due to open later this year on Sdiyat Island following an agreement between Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and an international academic operator.