These relationships build a pathway for a child to feel at home here and for trust to grow.
Our Virtues philosophy supports each child to develop their character; to see their strengths, as they begin relating to others.
When your child feels known, appreciated and secure in their relationships in their lives, they are what we call ‘emotionally satisfied’.
This means they are not needy; they are in the right state to play alongside other children and grow their skills for getting along with others.
Teachers’ sensitive observations are the basis for our deciding what support each child needs for their specific learning and development.
We believe that the skills for getting along with others, in all sorts of situations, will be the most valuable skills your child can learn with us.