To enhance learning opportunities for all children by recognising each child’s unique individuality, academic, social and cultural strengths and interests.

Enforce Healthy Habits

You can’t perform well when you don’t feel good. To help your child have the best chance at doing well in school, make sure she follows healthy habits at home.

Stick to a Routine

Most kids thrive on structure and will respond well to routines that help them organize their days. The key is to make it the same every day so your child knows what to expect.

Designate a Space

At school your child has a desk or table where they work. There is plenty of light, lots of supplies, and enough room to work. Why not provide them with the same type of environment for homework?

Read, Again and Again

It is often said that children spend the first several years learning to read, and the rest of the lives reading to learn.

Always keep Learning

Look for ways to teach your child throughout the day. For example, cooking combines elements of math and science.

Expect Success

Perhaps the most important way you can support your child’s efforts at school is to expect him to succeed.

  • You will learn how to be a member of a class.
  • You will learn how to behave with teachers and other ‘school adults’.
  • You learn to respect and keep school rules, which help to make your school a safe and caring place for everyone.
  • You will learn to respect the property of classmates and the school.
  • First we learn the skills for working with and caring about all the other people in our small world of our family, our school and our neighbourhood.
  • We learn skills like using good manners, taking our turn, sharing, being kind to others, thinking about others’ feelings, looking after our belongings and being truthful and honest.
  • Believe that you are an OK person.
  • Like yourself and make the most of your good points.
  • Join in with others.
  • Be willing to have a go at something new.
  • Set yourself short-term goals that you can reach and be happy about on the way to reaching your main goal.
  • Say thank you when you get a compliment and feel proud of your efforts.
Social Skills
  • good manners
  • active listening
  • gestures and eye contact
  • listening with understanding and empathy
  • thinking before you speak
  • speaking clearly and not shouting
  • cooperating
  • sharing and taking turns
  • accepting differences and acknowledging rights
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