LeClare’s Diary

An Overwhelming Gratitude

We are thankful for the patient and understanding Family that we have at LeClare. The Team had to adapt rapidly to the evolving COVID-19 situation. We spent many late nights, putting together guidelines and making physical adjustments to our LeClare spaces as...

Reggio Inspired At LeClare

The Reggio Emilia philosophy to teaching and learning is something that has always resonated with me. It sounds so simple, but if you were to break it down, it is made up of many interwoven details. The Reggio Emilia philosophy is based on three core principles: the...

The ‘Natural Consequences’

Often times, when parents think of boundaries, consequences or even punishments come to mind. However, sometimes when we create certain consequences or harsh punishments it will backfire. Thus, we can aim to allow children to learn from ‘natural consequences’. For...

Creating Boundaries out of Love

 Boundaries always seem like a taboo word when parenting or when working with children. Boundaries are often thought of as limiting our children from fully expressing themselves and is seen as something very restrictive. Sometimes we think that perhaps our children...

Play, Our Brains’ Favourite Way of Learning

How often do you recognise opportunities for learning through play with your child? When we acknowledge and accept that everything they do in a day is part of them learning and growing, we begin to break down invisible barriers to truly embracing the joys of childhood...
An Overwhelming Gratitude

An Overwhelming Gratitude

We are thankful for the patient and understanding Family that we have at LeClare. The Team had to adapt rapidly to the evolving COVID-19 situation. We spent many late nights, putting together guidelines and making physical adjustments to our LeClare spaces as...

read more
Reggio Inspired At LeClare

Reggio Inspired At LeClare

The Reggio Emilia philosophy to teaching and learning is something that has always resonated with me. It sounds so simple, but if you were to break it down, it is made up of many interwoven details. The Reggio Emilia philosophy is based on three core principles: the...

read more
The ‘Natural Consequences’

The ‘Natural Consequences’

Often times, when parents think of boundaries, consequences or even punishments come to mind. However, sometimes when we create certain consequences or harsh punishments it will backfire. Thus, we can aim to allow children to learn from ‘natural consequences’. For...

read more
Creating Boundaries out of Love

Creating Boundaries out of Love

 Boundaries always seem like a taboo word when parenting or when working with children. Boundaries are often thought of as limiting our children from fully expressing themselves and is seen as something very restrictive. Sometimes we think that perhaps our children...

read more
Play, Our Brains’ Favourite Way of Learning

Play, Our Brains’ Favourite Way of Learning

How often do you recognise opportunities for learning through play with your child? When we acknowledge and accept that everything they do in a day is part of them learning and growing, we begin to break down invisible barriers to truly embracing the joys of childhood...

read more

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