So Your Child Is Starting Big School?

So Your Child Is Starting Big School

Can you believe it? Your son or daughter is starting big school? I bet you’re saying “Where did the years go?” or “I can’t believe they’re starting school?”

As a teacher I have spent many years helping parents help their children get ready for school. From Kinder and Prep orientations, to meet the teacher/parents nights, to school open days (and also lots of tears, and not just from the kids), I’ve seen it all. Hundreds of times.

And here’s what I know:

    1. Parents want the best for their kids.

 

    1. Parents want their kids to start school with confidence.

 

  1. Parents want ‘Big School’ to be a positive experience for their child.

AND I also know this:

A lot of parents aren’t sure how to achieve these goals.

I do.

I’ve been helping parents achieve these three things for the last 15 years.

Here’s the great news:

There ARE things you can do as a parent to help your child have the best opportunity to transition well into big school.

Here’s the other good news:

There are some simple and easy-to-do things that will help your child’s transition into school be smooth and successful, and more enjoyable for everyone involved.

So, I’ve decided to make these simple and easy-to-do steps available to everyone.

I’m running a two-part webinar series to help you prepare your child to start school.

The first webinar, The 6 Week Lead Up, is all about the things you can do in the 6 weeks prior to the big day, the first day of school.

The second webinar, The First 6 Weeks, is all about what you can do once school starts – the first day, the first week, the first month, the first term.

Check out the webinar series here:

Starting School Webinar

Mums, Dads, Grandparents, Carers – I look forward to seeing you on the webinars.

🙂

Megan

P.S. Your friend who has a child starting school will get so much value out of these webinars. They will seriously thank you for forwarding this to them.

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