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Children's Voices

Children's voices are evident in our documentation, shared with parents, and through our exhibitions, which under current guidelines for 2020/2021 will this year begin as an Introduction to our Project in December online, and be continued we hope as a community exhibition.

We listen actively and attend to each child’s voice, we convey to the child and others that we value the child’s perspective, and ultimately, that we value the child.


By choosing to act in this way, we teach children to be democratic: they learn that the individual’s view is important for the group.


We offer children the sense of belonging that they gain when they are recognised as a citizen in a context where individuals’ views are considered important, so their well-being, identity and development are promoted.

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