We can all get to a stage with our child’s school when we are not happy with something. After all, with our children spending so much time in a school environment, there will likely be bumps in the road. Of course, some complaints and issues can be handled straight away, others may need more persistence if you don’t get the resolution you are after.
Sending your child to school is such a huge milestone, and they spend many years going through the educational system from nursery right through to their GCSEs. So it is fair to say that school forms an important part of their lives. This means that there are certain cases where you will need to help them be more informed of what is going on. I wanted to share with you some of the things you discuss with your child’s school.
When it comes to sending your children to school it can often be a daunting experience for many parents. Essentially, you are leaving your little ones in the care of people you may have had only a few short conversations with. An environment that you looked around while being directed by a headteacher. A school where you have read a report from Ofsted about how they are doing. No matter whether it is your first or not, primary or secondary school, school is a fresh chapter for everyone and something you all have to get
AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *) It feels like we wait so long for the summer holidays to come around and then they are over before we know it. It’s now time to start thinking about getting prepared for the return to school in September. In not so many weeks we’ll be packing those school bags again so today I’m sharing some back to school essentials!
I’ll admit, we’re quite lucky that we live only a 5 minute walk away from Erin’s school. We don’t drive anyway but it’s nice to be within walking distance and we can rush out the door if we need to. However, that doesn’t mean that I actually like the school run. In fact, there are some thing that I absolutely hate about the school run.