Children thrive in and out of the classroom when they are emotionally secure and socially connected to others.
SEL at Pre-K 4 SA
We intentionally arrange physical learning spaces and organize daily schedules to develop children’s sense of competence and support social interactions, including family-style meals, small and large group learning, individual work, and review time.
Research shows that children who are socially and emotionally healthy are happier, more motivated to learn, have a positive attitude toward school, and are eager participants in class activities. This is just as important as being physically healthy and equally significant in their development and potential to lead a fulfilling life.