Another important aspect of teaching social and emotional development is promoting community and belonging. Our teachers help children understand that they are part of a larger group and encourage them to work together to achieve common goals. By building a sense of community and belonging, our teachers help children to feel valued and respected.
Teaching social and emotional development helps children to understand and regulate their emotions, learn empathy and compassion, and develop social skills such as cooperation, sharing, and turn-taking. These skills are crucial for children's long-term success, as they influence how children interact with others and handle challenging situations, which is essential if they are to become compassionate leaders.