Children learn about language and symbols in both their own and other cultures.
Reading provides a shared experience with other adults and children: allowing new words and meanings to be discussed and considered.
Children learn to listen, concentrate and recall. They also gradually understand that thoughts and ideas can be represented by written words and illustrates different social situations.
Once children learn that books can be a source of information, they begin to develop their research skills.
A large variety of books
Low shelves so that children can see and select their own books
“It’s our village. Lifelong friendships and support for our whole family. Endless fun and learning opportunities for all of us”.
“It is a great way for you and your child to socialise and to learn through play and be a part of the community”.