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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Education: Which Factors Matter Most to Your Child's Attainment?



Every child has potential, but there are certain factors that will impact their ability to achieve the highest of standards in their education. Parents always want their children to do as well as possible, so it’s good to be aware of the things that matter most when it comes to educational attainment levels in children. Being armed with the facts will help you take the right steps and eventually it could help your child achieve more in life.


Read on to learn more about the different factors that will impact your child’s ability to achieve more through the course of their education.



High-Quality Teachers


The quality of teaching your child receives is clearly going to have a huge impact on how wellyour child does. And that’s why it’s one of the things you should pay most attention to when you’re choosing a school for your child. If you have the luxury of choosing between various schools, talk to the teachers and see what impression they leave you with. These are the people who will be engaging, informing and inspiring your child through their most important years.


Access to Books at Home


Learning and education are not just about what happens inside the school gates; it’s also about what happens at home. All studies show that people who read and have access to books at home when they’re young are better placed to achieve more at school. They learn faster and develop quicker, and that aids every area of their education, so make sure your child has access to a wide range of books at home. If you don’t have the money for that, use your local library.


Enjoyment


If your children enjoy going to school and learning new things, they will be more likely to absorb the things they’re being taught. You definitely need to instill a love of learning in your child as early as you possibly can. If you do this, you’ll find that there is less resistance from your child when it comes to going to school and completing work, and that has to be a good thing for them. You can work on this anytime, so don’t ignore the issue.


School Facilities and Tech


The school that your child attends will be the place where they do most of their learning. That’s why it’s so important to make sure that the facilities that are on offer are as good as they possibly can be. Right now, technology is changing school classrooms like never before, and as a parent you’ll want to make sure that the school you send your child to is keeping up with these developments. Take an interest and ask questions about these kinds of things.



Focus and Work Ethic


Focused children are more likely to get the job done and progress faster in their classes. That work ethic is something you can emphasise while they’re growing up, and doing so will definitely help they going forward in their education and life in general. If they don’t have a good work ethic, they’ll find it much harder to keep up with their peers in class, and that could create real problems for their development and their interest in learning.


Parental Support


Your job is an important one, even though you won’t be the one teaching them day in and day out. It’s the parents who are there when they’re doing their homework, and it’s them that encourage them and set examples for them. It’s also about offering support when your child is experiencing difficulties at school and needs someone to talk to about these problems. Being that kind of supportive parent will help your child achieve more.


Diet and Exercise


These things might not sound like issues that can affect a child’s educational attainment, but they certainly can. Children that go to school hungry can’t concentrate and they don’t reach their potential. And children that don’t balance time studying with time outside getting active can also face difficulties at school. This is something you definitely need to be aware of as a parent because you’ll be the one feeding them and monitoring how they spend their time when they’re young.


As a parent, you clearly want the very best for your children as they move through their school careers. These are the factors that matter and they’ll eventually decide how high their level of attainment is in the long-term, so it’s important to help boost these areas in whatever way you can. I believe that children learn more effectively when they are happy and emotionally ready to learn.

What tips do you have to help children achieve at school?

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  1. All essential FOR future success - making learning fun helps so much

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