Today is United Nations International Day of Friendship. Friendship is learning to do things together and having fun! #UnitedNations #InternationalDayofFriendship
United Nations International Day of Friendship - Our Educators use their knowledge of individual children’s personalities and friendship preferences to support children to manage their own behaviour and develop an understanding of others’ feelings. Children are supported to engage with their peers and build emotional bonds. #UnitedNations #InternationalDayofFriendship ... See more
Whether you’re dealing with backtalk, or what feels like a never-ending meltdown, knowing how to stay calm (parental regulation) is the most important (and often most difficult) part of handling the situation. An escalated adult CANNOT de-escalate an escalated child. Period. Here are some tips for parental regulation: https://hes-extraordinary.com/how-to-stay-calm-when-your-child-isnt Credit: Raising An Extraordinary Person ... See more
Bees have a very important job! Through exploring the journey of the honey bee, the children are learning to use information and communication technologies to investigate ideas and gained an interest and appreciation in learning about science. This allows Children make sense of the world around them, fosters enthusiasm in learning about science and promotes an increased respect for the living environment. BZZZZ.... ... See more
We need to empower our children to be able to make decisions around consent. Sometimes they dont have a choice (to not run across the road, eat the dogs food, hold your hand in a car park, etc) but we can phrase our words in way that helps them learn and understand. ... See more
Children wont learn a new skill until they are developmentally ready to learn, and then they need to practice the to build connections in their brain. Learning new skills doesn't just 'happen'.
Parenting, its a tough gig, but there are always opportunities to learn new ways
We're working on being part of the solution to plastic pollution so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities by reusing and upcycling plastic into art.
The National Simultaneous Storytime for 2020 (NSS 2020) is on Wednesday 27th May at 11.00am We're excited to have families join us virtually! Look out for the invite to ZOOM in your emails on Wednesday #NSS2020 #1MillionKidsReading ... See more
While there are fewer cases of COVID-19 as the days pass, INFLUENZA is also upon us. The Department of Health is 'highly recommending' that all Staff, Children, and Parents get the Flu vaccine. As we continue to follow the Health Department's recommendations, we encourage you to get the Flu Vaccine. I implore you to find out the facts from your GP or the Health Dept. Let us stay healthy and safe together ... See more