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16th March 2023

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” J. M. Barrie 

Confidence is an essential foundation from which children will navigate through life’s challenges, build healthy relationships, express their views and find their place in the world.  

A confident child might be willing to take risks and try new things. They might speak up in class or in social situations, sharing their ideas and opinions with others. They might also be more willing to ask questions and seek help when they need it, knowing that they have the ability to learn and grow. Vinehall understands that teachers and parents should praise their children’s efforts and not just their achievements. Children who feel appreciated for their hard work are more likely to develop confidence. 

A confident child might also be comfortable with making mistakes and failures. They understand that making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process, and that they can learn from their failures and improve for the future. Vinehall understands that teachers and parents should encourage their children to take risks and try new things. Even if they fail, they will learn valuable lessons that will help them succeed in the future. 

A confident child might also have a positive attitude and outlook on life. They might be more resilient in the face of challenges or setbacks, and they might be able to bounce back quickly from difficult situations. Vinehall understands that teachers and parents should be positive role models for their children. They should demonstrate confidence in their own abilities and show their children how to handle challenges and setbacks. 

Vinehall invests considerable time and energy in fostering confidence in their children by providing them with a supportive and nurturing environment, encouraging them to take risks, and being positive role models. Through this focused approach, children can develop the confidence they need to succeed and thrive. 

“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” J.K. Rowling

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