The commitments to practice through positive relationships
Respecting each other
Every interaction is based on caring professional relationships and respectful acknowledgement of the feelings of the child and family members
Warm, trusting relationships with knowledgeable practitioners supporting the children’s learning more effectively than any amount of resource
Parents as partners
Parents are children’s first and most enduring educators. As parents and practitioners work together in The Early Years setting, the results have a positive impact on the children’s learning and development
The practitioner has special responsibilities for working with a number of children, giving them the reassurance to feel safe and cared for which reflects upon the positive relationships with the practitioners and the parents
British Oak Tree School provides consistent communication between parents and practitioners, whether it be through your unique online login via the British Oak Tree website, verbally via meetings or telephone, or via hand delivered letters, if need be. This contributes to the ongoing positive relationships between the parents and practitioners and between the child and their parents which is the most important relationship of all.