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"Useful tips and facts for parents and their pre-schoolers Soon your toddler will attend school for the very first time. It is a special moment that might raise some questions on your behalf. The booklet Going to school for the very first time hopes to answer them: you will find useful tips and tricks, true stories and clear information. This translation leaflet in your own language serves as a stepping stone. “We take good care of your child” Ms Ellen, teacher at Basisschool Klaverdries, Drongen “Together with the childcare worker, I make sure that every child feels comfortable at school and develops well. It’s like I’m a mother-hen nestled among her chicks. I also believe in a good relationship with the parents. That makes talking easier. That’s why I love it when parents visit the class after school and the children show what they have been doing. Their shining faces are magical.” “A special teacher is available to help out with language” Ola Bogdanowicz, Amelia’s mum “Amelia will attend school in 2 months. We have already visited the school once last month. The teacher and head teacher seemed very friendly. And all those beautiful new toys: just what Amelia likes. At home we speak Polish. Some Flemish friends joined me on visiting day and helped me with the registration. At school, a special teacher is available to help out with language if necessary.” Five parent questions 1 My child does not speak any Dutch. Is it allowed to attend pre-school? Yes, of course. Your child will quickly learn Dutch at school through playing. Most schools offer additional support for learning Dutch for the children that need it. 2 Are diapers and afternoon naps an option at school? Some pre-school classes dispose of a sleeping area, while others do not. If your child still needs an afternoon nap, it could start off by attending school only half a day. You can discuss the options with the teacher. It is also good to ask about the agreements concerning toilet training. Even if your child still wears a diaper it is allowed to attend school. However, starting potty-training at home with when your child is ready, is recommended. 3 What does pre-school cost? • Materials and school trips needed to reach development goals are free of charge. • For hot meals, drinks and supervision during lunch hour, schools are allowed to request a reasonable contribution. • The expense for extra school trips or magazines may not exceed the amount of 45 euros per school year. • School bags and gym shoes are at your own expense. Low-income families can obtain financial support subject to certain conditions. This is called a pupil grant. This amounts to 93.21 euros (for the 2016-2017 school year) for a pre-schooler."

Useful tips and facts for parents and their pre-schoolers
Soon your toddler will attend school for the very first time. It is a special moment that 
might raise some questions on your behalf. The booklet Going to school for the very first 
time hopes to answer them: you will find useful tips and tricks, true stories and clear 
information. This translation leaflet in your own language serves as a stepping stone.
“We take good care of your child” Ms Ellen, teacher at Basisschool Klaverdries, Drongen
“Together with the childcare worker, I make sure that every child feels comfortable at 
school and develops well. It’s like I’m a mother-hen nestled among her chicks. I also 
believe in a good relationship with the parents. That makes talking easier. That’s why I 
love it when parents visit the class after school and the children show what they have 
been doing. Their shining faces are magical.”
“A special teacher is available to 
help out with language”
Ola Bogdanowicz, Amelia’s mum
“Amelia will attend school in 2 months. We have already visited the school once last 
month. The teacher and head teacher seemed very friendly. And all those beautiful new 
toys: just what Amelia likes. At home we speak Polish. Some Flemish friends joined me on 
visiting day and helped me with the registration. At school, a special teacher is available 
to help out with language if necessary.”
Five parent questions
1 My child does not speak any Dutch. Is 
it allowed to attend pre-school?
Yes, of course. Your child will quickly learn Dutch at 
school through playing. Most schools offer additional 
support for learning Dutch for the children that need it.
2 Are diapers and afternoon naps an 
option at school?
Some pre-school classes dispose of a 
sleeping area, while others do not. If your 
child still needs an afternoon nap, it could 
start off by attending school only half a day. 
You can discuss the options with the teacher. 
It is also good to ask about the agreements 
concerning toilet training. Even if your child 
still wears a diaper it is allowed to attend school. 
However, starting potty-training at home with 
when your child is ready, is recommended.
3 What does pre-school cost?
• Materials and school trips needed to reach 
development goals are free of charge.
• For hot meals, drinks and supervision 
during lunch hour, schools are allowed to 
request a reasonable contribution.
• The expense for extra school trips 
or magazines may not exceed the 
amount of 45 euros per school year.
• School bags and gym shoes 
are at your own expense.
Low-income families can obtain financial 
support subject to certain conditions. This is 
called a pupil grant. This amounts to 93.21 euros 
(for the 2016-2017 school year) for a pre-schooler.

Useful tips and facts for parents and their pre-schoolers Soon your toddler will attend school for the very first time. It is a special moment that might raise some questions on your behalf. The booklet Going to school for the very first time hopes to answer them: you will find useful tips and tricks, true stories and clear information. This translation leaflet in your own language serves as a stepping stone. “We take good care of your child” Ms Ellen, teacher at Basisschool Klaverdries, Drongen “Together with the childcare worker, I make sure that every child feels comfortable at school and develops well. It’s like I’m a mother-hen nestled among her chicks. I also believe in a good relationship with the parents. That makes talking easier. That’s why I love it when parents visit the class after school and the children show what they have been doing. Their shining faces are magical.” “A special teacher is available to help out with language” Ola Bogdanowicz, Amelia’s mum “Amelia will attend school in 2 months. We have already visited the school once last month. The teacher and head teacher seemed very friendly. And all those beautiful new toys: just what Amelia likes. At home we speak Polish. Some Flemish friends joined me on visiting day and helped me with the registration. At school, a special teacher is available to help out with language if necessary.” Five parent questions 1 My child does not speak any Dutch. Is it allowed to attend pre-school? Yes, of course. Your child will quickly learn Dutch at school through playing. Most schools offer additional support for learning Dutch for the children that need it. 2 Are diapers and afternoon naps an option at school? Some pre-school classes dispose of a sleeping area, while others do not. If your child still needs an afternoon nap, it could start off by attending school only half a day. You can discuss the options with the teacher. It is also good to ask about the agreements concerning toilet training. Even if your child still wears a diaper it is allowed to attend school. However, starting potty-training at home with when your child is ready, is recommended. 3 What does pre-school cost? • Materials and school trips needed to reach development goals are free of charge. • For hot meals, drinks and supervision during lunch hour, schools are allowed to request a reasonable contribution. • The expense for extra school trips or magazines may not exceed the amount of 45 euros per school year. • School bags and gym shoes are at your own expense. Low-income families can obtain financial support subject to certain conditions. This is called a pupil grant. This amounts to 93.21 euros (for the 2016-2017 school year) for a pre-schooler.

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