I know that the school holidays have officially only just started, and September may seem a while away…but those months will quickly turn into weeks, which will turn into days, and before you know it, it’s time to start school.
Whether your little one is making the big transition from nursery to reception, moving schools or just going up a year group, you can never prepare them too soon.
With Covid and everyone having to stay at home, I’ve seen more and more children having separation anxiety than ever before, and that’s okay! To them, they have spent more time at home than at school and living their normal life, so they don’t really know any different. Let’s not forget us adults can suffer from separation anxiety too. Letting your little one go into a full time education is a huge step for everyone involved. So, here are my top tips to help prepare all involved for the big day ahead…
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