In relation to children we believe that:

Learning should be fun.
• Children learn best through active exploration and through interactions with adults, peers and materials that are real and relevant to their lives. This facilitates the growth of each child’s social, emotional, intellectual, physical and language development.

• Children’s interests need to guide our curriculum. This encourages creativity and imagination, which enhances their individuality, their appreciation and acceptance of others.

• Children are unique individuals regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, language ability and culture. Children will play and learn in different ways from each other and there will be variations in their development stages.




• Children are to be respected for who they are, how they think and what they do. Enhancing children’s self-esteem and competencies will allow them to become successful learners.

• Children should be encouraged to use play to participate in their culture, to order the events in their lives and share those events with others.

• Children need to be provided with opportunity to play and develop an understanding of their social worlds. Through this they will learn to trust, form attachments, share, negotiate and resolve conflicts.

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