All children, regardless of race, religion, linguistic heritage, social and economic status,
gender, or ability, are entitled to inclusion in everyday activities and routines so they might have opportunities to:
Learn empathy and sympathy for self and
Develop an understanding of and respect for diversity and acquire a positive regard for each other
Raise questions and act to change unfair practices.
- we aim to provide a stimulating and motivating environment in which children develop mentally, physically, socially and emotionally.
- we encourage children to learn through play, example, guidance and direct experience in a supervised, bright, clean and healthy environment
- we encourage children to have self-esteem and self-concept, independent thinking, social cooperation, moral responsibility and knowledge of his/her environment.