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    HKPPA Borret Road

    Has anyone tried the Parent & Toddler playgroup at the HK Preschool Playgroup Association at Borrett Road? I also wonder what their pre-school play group is like. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.

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    Have a read through this thread

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    Thanks Rani. Will probably give it a try with their open play to start off with.

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    hi grace

    open play at borrett road is actually held in CITY KIDZ, the kindergarten located next door to P&T. CITY KIDZ and P&T are both part of the PPA. open play is very different from P&T. first time users get a free visit. i suggest you check out the P&T by using that trial drop in. i know there are one or two mornings that still have room, so if you call the office you can see which day you can come by and check it out.

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    Hi ya -

    As Seb's Dad said, there is a playgroup (P&T) and a preschool (CityKidz) up at HKPPA on Borrett Rd. We've been going there for over 4 years now. My daughters started in the playgroups and attended CityKidz for preschool. My youngest, 4 yr old, has one more year at CityKidz.

    I can't make comparisons with other preschools because we never looked at other places to be honest, but I think CityKidz is excellent. It's part of the HKPPA, a non-profit, community-based organization. They've got a great group of teachers and a low teacher-to-student ratio. My daughters love the place. I've been a Duty Mom (helping out one day per week) for three years. If you have the time it's well worth it. I've found I've learned a lot from the teachers about dealing with trying situations and just being a better parent.

    I know I sound like a salesperson (!!), but I recommend you check it out. There is no interview process, just call to arrange a visit. They start back early Sept.

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