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At EtonHouse Claymore, IImage of Child at Claymore

date:Jun 06,2013 source:意腾留学网 editorial staff:linan clicks:

At EtonHouse Claymore, have a strong Image of Child which affects the way we work with children.We see children as:
At EtonHouse Claymore, IImage of Child at Claymore
• Holistic beings
• Social beings who build understandings withplaces, people and things
• Competent
• Unique
• Communicators using the 100 languages
• Life long learners
• People with rights
Ishaan was seen using the 100 languages to communicate histhinking around the bear hunt story. He intentionally selected the green marker to share his memory of the tall trees from thedeep dark forest with others. Children use drawing to express their thoughts, feelings and ideas, a cognitive process.
EtonHouse would like to remind all families to choose a safe place to cross the road to pre-school.The traffic lights at the end of the road or the centre divider opposite the Pan Pacific Hotel has been highlighted.
EtonHouse note your concern of motorists speeding along this stretch of road. EtonHouse wish to share that there are side friction activities i.e. kerb side parking, picking-up/dropping-off activities which narrows down thecarriageway. This makes it uncomfortable for motorists to travel at higher speeds along this stretch of road. There are also "Bend Ahead" signs and "SLOW" markings provided to inform motorists to be alert and slow down when travelling along this stretch of road. By copy of this email, They will highlight this matter to the Traffic Police (TP) for their attention and enforcement action. EtonHouse wish to share that there is an existing centre divider along the stretch of Claymore Road closer to Pan Pacific Hotel. Parents and pedestrians alike are encouraged to utilize the centre divider to cross Claymore Road in two stages as pedestrians would require to observe traffic approaching from one direction at any one time.

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