The Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy, opened three months ago, was named after the late James Fraser Mustard, a Canadian physician who became one of the most famous international early childhood development experts.
A kindergarten-only school, the Fraser Mustard Academy is located in an area of Toronto with a high rate of immigrant population. The program of the school - one of the largest all-day kindergartens on the continent - is considered as a key test in matter of early education.
Read about the positive experiences of four Fraser Mustard pupils, 5-year-old Neha Charles, 4-year-old Manha Idrees, 5-year old Aizah Kamran, and 4-year-old Zain Siddiqui.
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