Learning & Development: Personal, Social & Emotional Development - Let me be

Making children feel secure and content is essential, but settings often have a narrow view of how this should be achieved - creating an environment of forced gaiety, for example, which although well-meaning does not lead to long-term well-being, explains Dr Julian Grenier

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