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What is the policy on behaviour and discipline?

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What is the policy on behaviour and discipline?

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Children need to feel safe, secure and to know the limits on their behaviour. They need to develop awareness of appropriate and inappropriate behaviour and the effect of their behaviour on others while developing their capacity for self-discipline.It is important that this be achieved within an environment that enhances a child’s feelings about themselves, fostering self-esteem and self-worth.The Centre’s Behaviour Policy aims to identify and praise appropriate behaviour consistently and avoid making a child feel bad about him or herself. Staff aim to set clear limits and ensure children understand the consequences of their actions.The Centre also aims to minimise conflict by providing appropriate activities and to encourage children’s social development by giving them strategies to deal with conflict . Children should be helped to learn to share, assert themselves and deal with anger.

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