THE SOCIABLE CHILD
Maltby Lilly Hall children be confident and comfortable in social situations. They will have good speaking and listening skills and a strong vocabulary. They will have the general knowledge and empathy needed to hold conversation and be comfortable speaking to a range of different audiences in a range of different situations. In order to achieve this, we will:
- enable children to develop strong social skills and understand how to behave in different situations
- expose children to a range of situations where protocols and expectations must be followed and help them to recognise these
- give children opportunity to speak in public, increasing their confidence to ensure their voice is heard.
- Give children the opportunity to meet people out of their normal experience, for example, elderly members of the community, and gain confidence in speaking with them.