Maintaining the mentality and values of family while also offering something new. The spirit of the new era.
“Zarkadakia” (Little Roes)…1975. The sound of a baby crying. Mother doesn’t know what to do, as work is calling her.
Panagiota Lymberopoulou, stepping in as a “mother”, welcomes infants as young as 40 days old to her then newly founded school, offering them the love, care, and warmth required at that age.
The first sounds of laughter are testament to the children’s feelings of safety and trust. They feel like at home…
And then, the friends... The first groups of friends are formed, enjoying playing together.
Under the teacher’s watchful eye, guided by her warm voice, through the power of music and the joy of playing, children learn to coexist; to cooperate. These are their foundations of their socialization. An ever-alert guardian, the teacher stands by each child.
2011... The Little Roes have grown up. Panagiota Lymberopoulou’s daughters, Artemis and Ifigeneia Benetou, are now the “mothers”. They maintained the mentality and values of family while also offering something new. The spirit of the new era.