LEARNING THROUGH PLAY
The importance of play is underestimated in children's learning.
Through play, children learn to:
* express themselves
* expand their language
* be tolerant, take turns, co-operate and interact with their peers
* make decisions and exercise choices
* explore their own feelings and understand others
* develop a range of motor skills
* think critically and solve problems
* have lots of fun!
Every child take part in a variety of activities both indoors and outdoors. These are planned to meet individual child's interests, needs and stage of development.
Your child's day is carefully planned to include both adult-led and child initiated play, quiet time and rest.
Outings are planned regularly to the park, canal walks, shops, post-office, temple, library, etc.
Children learn about the wider world around them, road safety and stranger danger.