For some the first morning will involve a hug and kiss and your child hurrying off to join in the fun. Other children will need to settle into an activity or into the arms of a staff member to ease the goodbye process. Some children will cry and make the parent feel very reluctant to leave. However your child reacts, be assured that our staff has dealt with many separations and has empathy for you and your child.
In most cases, it is best for the parent to follow through with goodbye and leave, sending a positive message to encourage your child that school is a trustworthy and fun place to be. Rest assured that if your child remains upset after your departure and is not benefiting from being at school, we will call you.