All over Hungary, from Mátészalka to Zsámbék, from Szeged to Encs, new Reformed kindergartens were inaugurated and groundbreaking ceremonies were held last month, within the framework of the National Kindergarten Development Programme.
One of the kindergartens in Makó got bigger classrooms, a gym with a climbing wall, group rooms and even a salt room. The Örömsziget (Isle of Joy) as the institution is now called, has been run by the Reformed congregation of Makó-Újváros since 2011.
Sixty-six kindergartens are being built and renewed within the framework of the countrywide kindergarten program of RCH. "Our goal is to raise children whom we can be proud of 15, 50 or 100 years later," said Bishop István Szabó.