The Primary School Tutors and parents must strive to close such a gap as it could bring disturbance in the education and development of the child. The school subjects that are offered must be well researched and interrogated in the interest of the child. Alignment and continuation of what the child learned at the early childhood center must be used as a baseline in the development of the child. In principle the development of the child must be built on what he or she has been exposed to. At the primary education level the child must be exposed to as more diverse subjects as possible. Over time the mentor, teachers and parents will find out the talents of the children and guide their transition into high school accordingly. The private schools tend to offer more diversity of subjects and activities for the children than public schools. However, private schools are more expensive. The advice for parents is that a balance between costs and interests of the children as determining factors must be achieved. The education of the child, especially at the primary level cannot be compromised as the future implications of poor quality education could be dire.
Primary School Tutors identification and observation of children’s talents and interests at this stage of their education is a special project on its own. The primary education mentors are qualified to assist the parents and teachers. A talent missed at this stage may be lost forever. This is one of the main reasons why mentors are required. They provide mentorship to both parents and teachers. The schools that do not have mentors available must engage independent mentors specifically for this purpose. However, the parents must be wiling to invest in this additional intervention as it cannot be the responsibility of the school. The school can only assist in sourcing and recommending organizations and enterprises providing mentorship. Parents and guardians can book once off session or register for short-, medium-, to long-term mentorship programmes for their children. Children whose parents have mentors specially for their primary education stage do very well, even in the future levels of their education and holistic development.
Sometimes the parents’ own careers interfere with their children’s education. At this level it is not recommended that the children change their schools too often. If there are no options but to keep on changing schools, either home or mobile kind of schools should be considered. However, the downside is that the benefit from collective learning and development is forfeited. The save bet is to be as consistent and stable as possible during the primary school education level of the children. We are a specialist coaching, mentorship, human capital development, management and leadership consulting organization. Should you be in need of our primary education mentorship service contact us. We will gladly match you with our mentors in a once off, six months, or twelve months mentorship programme.