English and Language
Literacy rich environments includes a range of resources that allow children to build their knowledge and understanding of the functionality of text, both written and read. Listening to stories and engaging in text supports the ability for children to communicate, express and understand feelings.
Language development helps children to develop and maintain relationships at an early age and lays the foundation for writing and reading skills that will take them onto adulthood.
English and language starts with sound and gestures, then words and sentences. It gives children the ability to create and imagine as well as learn and explore.
Through language, children make sense of the world around them and promotes social skills. They become effective communicators and can interact with others for a range of purposes.