Transitioning from childhood to adulthood is a definitive period which comes with a variety of challenges and problems. It is only proper that parents are always in the lives of their toddlers so that they can go through this process together.
Ms Daphne Kato, the Principal of Kampala Parents’ School and expert in child development, reveals that children get problems which hinder their development including academic performance in school.
She says that is important for a parent or guardian to ask the child in their custody if they have any problem and try to solve it. “Be friendly while discussing with them so that they can discuss openly,” the seasoned teacher says.
“At Kampala Parents’ School, we pride ourselves on listening to each unique child, and those who care for them, and use this information to personalize each child’s learning, Ms Kato said.
“Our children are the future and hope of the society, which is why their educational needs must be met by ensuring that they enjoy a good learning environment boost their performance. Here at Kampala Parents’ we pride ourselves to offer the best learning environment for our pupils.
“Discipline is about helping children learn how to behave appropriately. We use a wide range of discipline strategies to teach your child the basic good behavior.
“Young children learn by being actively involved in the process, through exploring and experimenting, through copying and acting out. At our school every child has the right to music, dance and drama education.
As a parent, you want to ensure that your child is safe and happy in a childcare environment that is fun, educational and nurturing. At KPS, we provide a home away from home #daycare for all toddlers in order to nurture a responsible child.
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