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ECCE - Early Childhood Care and Education
26 August, 2016

One of the prime reasons of children dropping out from school and ending up as child labourers is the severe negligence of their vital early years. Early childhood care and education (ECCE) is one of the best method used to prepare children for learning in school and for prospering later in life. It places emphasis on developing a child and establishes a solid and broad foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing.

The demand for early childhood care and education programs continues to increase not only in response to the growing demand for homeless child care but also in recognition of the critical importance of educational experiences during the early years.

With early childhood care and education (ECCE) becoming a policy priority, many countries with limited national resources have been successful in forming alliances among Ministries of Education, Health and Social Welfare, with local government, private enterprises, NGOs, and other local communities in order to set up thriving, low-cost early childhood programmes.

RBK Global School is one such CBSE school in Bhayander that focuses on Early Childhood Care and Education programs. Through ECCE intense and extensive curriculum, this school prepares practitioners with an aim to concentrate on the overall developmental aspects of children from birth to six years of age.

RBK School in Bhayandar intends to offer a rich, enjoyable and lasting educational experience for all learners and offers students, individual attention in a multicultural setting.

Now let’s look at some key benefits of early childhood care and education:


Creates enthusiasm for lifelong learning

Lessons given in a fun and exciting way encourage kids to be effective learners. This will create enthusiasm and will inspire children to learn more with much eagerness. Love of education - for reading, learning, discovery, nature - all will be developed at this stage.


Encourage holistic development

Early childhood educators will identify the areas where support is needed for each child and build activities and programs around these. This approach will build a strong foundation for a child's emotional, social, physical and mental development, which will prepare them for lifetime.


Convey the value of education

By setting the right example as role models and by providing actual experiences, the educators will try to convey the value of learning and education. Moreover, a positive environment around will provide them a new perspective on the importance of education that will remain with them throughout their schooling journey.


Improve socialization

By introducing children to other kids, they will be able to overcome shyness and gain self-confidence. The earlier it is done, the better. It will help the child to grow independently in the competitive society.


Respect others

This is the best time where manners are both taught and learned organically. Once kids start respecting others at the early age, they will automatically understand the right human values, as and when they grow ahead in life.


Patience

As an adult we all come across situations where our patience is tested. Early childhood care, gives children an opportunity to be involved in an abundance of social experiences, where they can explore and practice the social skill of patience.


Exposure to diversity

Valuing diversity and differences are essential to a child's early development. Early childhood education guides children to accept and appreciate the differences and become well-rounded contributors to the society. It’s essential that kids understand that everyone is special and unique in their own way with their own beliefs, culture and ethnicity.

Remember that today; children are the citizens of tomorrow’s world. Their development, protection and survival are the prerequisite for the future of humanity. Hence, the care and education of children is a primary task of everyone in the society.