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Nurturing individual talents and interests

At Gateway we believe we can nurture children's positive self-esteem by helping them discover what they are good at doing. Part of a child's self-esteem comes from feeling competent and skilled at something she or he enjoys. Our wide range of clubs plays a significant role in helping children to be successful and feel good about themselves.

We start by creating opportunities for children to explore different subjects, activities and people through our broad palette of sixty plus clubs. Early in life, children show personality traits and preferences for what they like and dislike. By providing a choice of learning opportunities outside of the curriculum with children's unique personality styles in mind, we nurture their positive feelings about themselves.

Gateway children love to stay after school for clubs and it is a joy to see them blossom and learn new talents. Take a look at our latest video which shows children talking about what their favourite clubs mean to them.

Mrs S Kemp

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