Emotional progress is important as it helps with ongoing relationships with peers and adults as well as positive self-esteem
Social progress is vital as it helps children resolve conflict, helps them establish a positive attitude and strengthen language, and communication skills
Language and Literacy Progress
Language and literacy skills include learning to talk, listen and read
Children who do not speak the English language or children who speak in their native dialect will develop at a different pace than those who speak the English language at home
Cognitive progress is the building block of learning. Skills such as attention, memory, and critical thinking, are the areas considered in this category
Physical development is linked to other areas of development such as cognitive thinking, sensory development, and social progress.
Art and Music
Participation in art & musical activities is essential for children to explore their hidden talents, develop a hobby or just have fun!