Why is early learning so important?

Your child is unique, and so is their brain.

Future Development

The first years of a child’s life are the most crucial for their future development. The early years are the foundation for lifelong learning, especially the development of cognitive and social abilities. From an early age we want to help shape the extraordinary person they will become.


The brain is a muscle

Your child is unique, and so is their brain.
The first 5 years of life are crucial to development and because the brain is a muscle, good development requires constant mental exercise.
The role of our early years team is to get the two halves of your child’s brain to reach their full potential by getting them to work in partnership.


The early years are a period of great opportunity.

A combination of good nutrition, constant love, and the ability to learn in the early years leads children to live happier and healthier lives. This can result in a more successful adulthood and even give the next generation a better start to life.