Social and Emotional Competence Policy

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Promoting Social and Emotional Competence Policy and Procedures. Rationale: This policy and accompanying procedures will help us to ensure our curriculum and teaching practice supports the development of children’s social competence and understanding of appropriate behaviour in our service.  Regulations […]

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