A large part of our program centres around developing children with strong social and emotional skills.
As children develop their sense of identity, they feel recognised and respected for who they are. Children develop their emerging autonomy, interdependence, resilience, sense of agency and an increasing capacity for self-regulation. As these dispositions develop, children are able to approach new safe situations with confidence, engaging in and contributing to shared play experiences.
We are always encouraging positive relationships with teachers and friends, supporting emerging communication methods so children are able to express themselves appropriately.