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Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage – definition:

Children’s personal, social and emotional development (PSED) is crucial for children to lead healthy and happy lives and is fundamental to their cognitive development. Underpinning their personal development are the important attachments that shape their social world. Strong, warm and supportive relationships with adults enable children to learn how to understand their own feelings and those of others, children should be supported to manage emotions, develop a positive sense of self, set themselves simple goals, have confidence in their own abilities, to persist and wait for what they want and direct attention as necessary. Through adult modelling and guidance, they will learn how to look after their bodies, including healthy eating, and manage personal needs independently. Through supported interaction with other children, they learn how to make good friendships, co-operate and resolve conflicts peaceably. These attributes will provide a secure platform from which children can achieve at school and in later life.
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What Our Familes Say About Us

The teachers are very good at communicating not only with the children but also the parents.

Children of a young age develop in certain ways and the nursery teachers are very good at helping parents understand that development, so that playing and learning with your child at home is easier.

Teachers are very good at forming relationships with children and working with them to get the best out of their time at school.