I believe childhood is the most precious time in a person’s life, so it is important for children to feel happy and safe at this stage. I believe that when children feel loved by their teachers, they will feel safe and secure, and develop a sense of belonging.
I believe each child is unique. As an Educator, we should treat them as individuals according to their strengths. In this way, we can help build up their confidence and develop their strengths.
I believe in allowing children a chance to develop a sense of autonomy in their life, and develop self-reliance and resilience, and also to help them develop self-help skills and assist them when the need arises.
I believe it is necessary for children to become strong in their social and emotional wellbeing, from which they can understand, self-regulate and manage their emotions in ways that reflect the feelings and needs of others, and hence they can make choices, accept challenges, take considered risks, manage change and cope with frustrations and the unexpected.
I value multiculturalism which helps develop the child’s identity, and also helps them to appreciate and embrace differences in others.
I believe nature is magical. It teaches the children and helps them to be socially responsible and show respect for the environment. It also nurtures the child’s mind and helps them to appreciate the beauty of life.
I believe play is the most important part of life for children, so letting them be engaged in different kinds of play is essential.