Children do at times feel agitated, mainly due to tiredness, not being able to communicate with their teachers, being in an unfamiliar environment, not feeling well, being frustrated or sometimes just due to boredom. Our policy is to listen to the child to alleviate their concerns, and to resolve the situation by encouraging them to join an activity of their choice. We believe that through nurturing and by encouraging the child to make decisions and choices we develop and boost their independence, self esteem and confidence. Children learn good behaviour and social skills by example and by observing others around them. By setting good examples of acceptable social behaviour we reinforced the skills of the child. Our simple rules such as sharing, having polite manners and respecting one another’s feelings, make for a solid foundation of being able to make and maintain friendships. When a child’s mind is still developing, we endeavour to develop each child into a confident, successful, good human being, who will be a responsible member of our society.