Self-image and well-being directly impact a child's capacity to learn.

Self-image and wellbeing play an essential role in a child's capacity to learn. Children who feel good about themselves, who are confident in their abilities, and who feel a sense of belonging in their environment, are more likely to be engaged and successful learners. In contrast, children who feel isolated, stigmatized, or undervalued are more likely to struggle academically and emotionally.

The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) recognizes the critical role that representation plays in a child's self-image and wellbeing. As their "Reflecting Realities Report" notes, "If in their formative years, children do not see their realities reflected in the world around them or only see problematic representations mirrored back at them, the impact can be tremendously damaging."

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