Play, Growth and Development
Play Each Day The intention is that each day combines the routines which give children security and familiarity, with more planned activities, like stories, singing or group activities. There is plenty of time for individual free play, when the children can be happy and absorbed, either within themselves, or with others.
Life Skills and Growing Up Early stages of childhood are of course vital to the development of social interactions, with both adults and peers, and of general life skills. Staff at Bronte pay careful attention to relationships and friendship formation, and to helping children learn key life lessons in all areas.