The early years is where it all starts. When children are exposed to quality programs where they’re able to engage in all sorts
of different experiences and also learn to separate from family and learn independence, you know,
develop their sense of agency and so on. If they can be doing that at three, we’re building all those synapses in the brain, connections which are going to really support them
as they transition to four and then to school. Often three-year-old kinder
is not just about the children. For a lot of families, it’s their first step into an environment with professionals who have an understanding of child development
and how children learn. And that is really important. So, the earlier we can get children
on that path of learning, the better really.