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Why send your children to pre-nursery classes

Pre-school and nursery are a great option for children to try before moving on to high school. While it is not necessary that you send your child, it is an important part growing up. It allows children to learn valuable lessons while they are there.
While we all know play is enjoyable, children also learn many skills through playing and are able to perform other tasks that will help them in their lives.

There are many benefits to pre nursery education, but these are just a few.

Building relationships

It is vital for children to be able to form relationships not just with their parents but also with adults. Although it may be hard for parents, this is an essential part of human life. Pre-school provides children with the opportunity to interact in safe and secure environments that foster their growth and development.

Children learn to play together, form stronger relationships with others and become friends. These relationships can help children grow and learn, which will lead to other important skills.


Communication and socialization are key components in the development of young children. It will help children in their preparation for school and it will help them to develop skills for life after school.

It can also be used to help you make friends and learn how to share. Children will be able to communicate and experience new feelings and understand the meaning of sharing.

Children’s communication skills are essential for their ability to communicate with others. They determine their abilities of understanding and thinking. They make them feel good about their abilities and enable them to be confident in their ability to think and understand.

Preparation to go to school

Research shows that pre-school and nursery education can help children develop and prepare them for school.

Early Years Education Providers must follow the Early Years Foundation Stage framework (EYFS). It sets standards for how they should conduct education to ensure that children learn well, are safe and healthy, and have a positive impact on their development.

The EYFS framework is useful for children starting school. The EYFS framework is carried over to primary school where children are equipped with the necessary skills to be ready for school.

Each day will have a structure and routine in every educational setting. It is important for children to feel secure and can help them plan their days. They are more confident in their learning environment because they know what to expect.

Although pre-school is not as structured as school, it helps children understand that there are times for learning, lunch and play.

Play is the best way to learn

Play encourages young children to be creative and imaginative, as well as to show an interest in new things.

Every child should have access and be able to engage in a variety play activities. This includes messy play, outside and creative play.

Learning through play in education is a way for children to learn how to understand the world around them. Because play is fun, it’s one of the most important ways children learn. They are able to concentrate and stay focussed, which in turn helps them.

Learning through play can also help people understand their needs and wants, instead of focusing on themselves. They develop empathy for others and learn to include them in their play. This helps build friendships and relationships.