Wednesday, 28 March 2012


A new school year means a new class, new and some old friends, new teachers, new goals, and maybe even a new school! For successfully sending your child to school without any sort of hassle, we have put together a list of eight helpful school tips that we hope will make the move into a new school year a little easier for you and your child.
Organize all the paperwork: In the world of education, there are lots of meetings, paperwork, and documentation to keep track of. Try to keep a family calendar of school events, educational meetings, conferences, etc. Setting up a binder or folder to keep your child's education documentation, meeting notices etc in sequential order can also help you stay organized.
Start a communication log: Keeping track of all phone calls, e-mails, notes sent by the school, meetings, and conferences is significant. Create a "communication log" for yourself in a notebook that is easy to refer later on, whenever required. Be sure to note the dates, times, and nature of the communications you have with school, teachers etc.
Buy the school supplies earlier: You might have got  books and student’s supplies list from the school. In order to remain ready for the back to school without hassle buy all the school supplies like books, bagpacks, lunch boxes, water bottles, notebooks, art and craft materials, shoes, school uniform etc. at least two weeks prior opening of school.
Relieve back-to-school jitters: Just talking about the upcoming year and changes can help reduce some of that back-to-school anxiety! Talk to your child about exciting new classes, activities, and events that they can participate in during the new school year. If your child is going to attend a new school, try to schedule a visit before the first day. Talk to older students, it is sometimes helpful to know about the services and accommodations of the school, which can help you explain to your child what to expect when school begins.
Keep everyone informed: It's important that  you and the school communicate early and often! If there is anything that you feel is important to share with the teachers and principal of your child before school starts, or during the year, don't hesitate to contact them! The more proactive and honest you are, the better the school staff will be able to meet your child's needs.
Establish before and after school routines: Talk about and plan the changes in you and your child's daily routine that will happen once school starts. You can even begin practicing your new schedule, focusing on morning and evening routines, and begin carrying out them well in advance of the first day of school.
Stay up-to-date: Being knowledgeable about your child and the school information for the coming session can help you become a better advocate for your child. Try to keep up-to-date on new education legislation, news, and events. The more you know, the more prepared you will be to navigate the world of education and successfully advocate for your child!
Attend school events: Take advantage of Open House, Back-to-School Night, and parent-teacher meetings to help you and your child get a feel for the school and meet the teachers, other staff, students, and families. Share the positives about working with your child, and let the teacher know about changes, events, or concerns that should be considered for your child in particular.


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