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Remember that most childcarers, such as childminders, will offer a settling-in period where you have an agreed length of time to assess whether the setting is the right one for your child and that they are happy there.
Don’t be afraid to ask daily for reports from the childcare staff, who should be willing and able to respond to your child’s individual needs.
Once you are happy with all the information you have it’s time to prepare your child for life outside the family home.
And they adapt quickly. It is often the parents who struggle with parting company for the first few days while their toddler heads off into a new world of education and fun as they take their You may also want to consider private education as an alternative to local authority run schools.
Most parents want their children to have as much personal attention as possible. After all, you spent enormous amounts of time nurturing them when they were infants. If you can make it happen, you want them receiving as much individual attention as possible in the preschool and primary years. Private schools have smaller classrooms and fewer pupils to teaching staff.
Private schools expect parents to be actively involved in their child’s education. The concept of a three way partnership is an important part of the way most private schools work. Naturally the degree of participation and involvement will probably be greater if you have a child in preschool or elementary grades than if you are the parent of a child away at boarding school.
And private schools also offer a balanced program which can be defined as equal parts academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Most private schools try to achieve that kind of balanced program. In private school everybody takes part in sports. Wednesdays in many schools are a half day of formal classes and a half day of sports.
Education decisions You could send your child to private school