Little Red hen

Little Red Hen Says


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  • "Nothing you do for a child is ever wasted"
  • "Where little ones learn in more ways than one"
  • "A Parent is nurturing; create the suitable environment for your little one to blossom"
  • "Parents you have heard, that children should be seen and not heard; but did you know that you are more seen rather than heard by them?"
  • "Whatever you like to see in your children, be that with them and around them"
  • "Parenting is not a hobby, but a life time investment"
  • "Obedience comes from respect"
  • "Parenting is deliberate hard work and not an automatic process"
  • "Discuss with a 14 year old, instruct to a 4 year old"
  • "All behavior can be corrected or remodeled"
  • "You have a copy cat at home, so be careful!"

PHILOSOPHY

The vision of the Little Red Hen is to make the young in its care , confident wholesome individuals. The young little boys and girls that will leave the preschool, will be guided to believe in themselves which is the first and single step to success.

Confidence and a sense of worth in little ones is the product of a caring and secure environment and the atmosphere and ethos of the school reflects the above in great measure. The process of teaching is distinctive and planned using international resources from qualified authorized institutions.

MISSION

The Little Red Hen preschool appreciates the need for stimulation at these important and critical formative years and plans its program accordingly. The strategies for teaching have been designed by a panel of psychologists and highly qualified educators with experience in International curricula.

At Little Red Hen we endeavor to:

  • To accept and recognize the distinct qualities in each child.
  • To provide a safe secure caring environment that supports learning.
  • To stimulate enough so that the child is not threatened and can perform and learn at his/her own pace.
  • To promote tolerance for diversity and difference in others while appreciating and acknowledging one's own identity.
  • To prepare and awaken curiosity for learning in the next stage.

The goal of all our programs is a healthy young person, both in mind and body. Learning happens naturally when the child feels accepted and secure.

A principle that will be ingrained is the need to be kind to nature as it is to us.