Thursday, 11 May 2017

Starting school age to change in new reform

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Parents will soon be able to choose to send their kids to school before they turn five. Until now, children could enrol between five to six. But the Goverment's sent a pass reforms this week to allow children to start school sooner up to eight weeks before they even turn five. Education Minister Nikki Kaye clarifies that there're not saying a long period of time. There're talking about from maybe to a couple of days up to eight weeks. But Labour leader Andrew little says in life of a four year old, two months is huge in a lifetime. The Early childhood experts agrees saying that when it comes to starting school it isn't always better.

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