As every child is unique in an early childhood setting, some of our children who attend will have additional needs.
These could be physical differences, such as children with cerebral palsy or who are vision or hearing impaired; or it could be less visible conditions such as autism spectrum disorders or behavioural difficulties.
Regardless of the type of additional needs a child has, it is important that all learners are given the support and guidance they require to engage and achieve in early childhood education.
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