School Readiness: What does the teacher expect of my child?


Teachers, like parents, all have very different expectations of what skills a Kindy or Prep student should have.

While some parents think that academic skills like being able to write their name or count to 100 are important when children start school, teachers are actually more interested in your child’s ability to be independent and follow instructions.

In the 3 minute video and free fact sheet below, I share some ‘inside knowledge’ that details what your child’s teacher is really hoping for in his or her students next year.

There’s also one really important question that you can ask yourself as you support your child’s school readiness, and that is …

What is the least I can do to help my child succeed?

Watch the video to learn more, because we all want your child to thrive at school next year!

Sonja Walker




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