The health and well-being of the child are protected and nurtured.

Their health is promoted.

Their emotional well-being is nurtured.

They are kept safe from harm.


Children and their families experience an environment whereConnecting links with the family and the wider world are affirmed and extended.

They know that they have a place.

They feel comfortable with the routines,customes and regular events.

They know the limits and boundaries of acceptable behaviour.


Opportunities for learning are equitable, and each child's contribution is valued.

There are equitable opportunities for learning , irrespective of gender, ability, age of background.

They are encouraged to learn with and alongside others.


The languages and symbols of their own and other cultures are promoted and protected.

They develop non-verbal communication skills of range of purposes.

They develop verbal communication skills for a range of purposes.

They experience the stories and symbols of their own and other cultures.

they discover and develop different ways to be crative and expressive


The child learns through active exploration of the environment.

Their play is valued as meaningful learning and the importance of apontaneous play is recognised.

They gain confidence in and control of their bodies.

They learn strategies for active exploration, thinking, and resoning

They develop working theories for making sense of the natural, social, physical and material worlds.

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