Our latest Newsletter 11th June 2013 is now available to view.
Children should feel safe and secure and trust the staff who work with them.
Children become interested, excited and motivated about their learning.
Children have a sense of their own value and understand the need for sensitivity to significant events in their own and other people’s lives.
It is important for children to form good relationships with others and work alongside others companionably.
Children develop a growing understanding of what is right and what is wrong and why, together with learning about the impact of their words and actions on themselves and others.
Children gain a sense of self-respect and concern for their own personal hygiene and care and how they develop independence.
Children understand and respect their own needs, views, cultures and beliefs and those of other people.