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Hello and WELCOME to our school readiness program where one of our resident leading experts, Sonja Walker, talks us through everything we need to know about our children starting school.

Paying an informal visit to your child’s new school is a great way to build familiarity with the environment he or she will be in next year. In this video, I share a range of ideas for visits that you can make with your child.

We will be releasing a new video each day for 25 days so please join us to learn all you need to know about starting school!

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  • Thank you for the helpful topic.

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  • I am loving this series. I am a little way of school readiness for my little ones but having said that I am sure it will creep up on us in no time so hopefully I will remember to look back on these wonderful articles.

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  • I must admit we did this and got the children’s grandparents involved in the fetes as well. By the time they started school they knew their teachers and a few friends they would be starting with and knew that their Nan & Pop would be accepted at the school as well.
    This is a really interesting series.


    • It sounds like you’ve got it covered! Thank you so much for your positive feedback

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  • Excellent articles! I found that taking my son to his school before he started was very helpful. He played in the playground and familiarised himself with the surroundings. By the time he began at school, he was pretty comfortable.

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  • Like vz

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  • what a great series of articles – packed full of so much helpful information. If only these had of been around a couple of years ago when my first one started school! Thank you MOM’s for compiling these.

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  • Another great lot of information. Thank you

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