As parents, we do as much as possible to ensure the safety of our children at home. But, what about the time when they go to school? While we can’t be there in person to be sure our children are safe and well-cared-for, there are certain ways we can make sure our child remains safe at school.
Momtastic.com says as your child starts school, you can incorporate these safety tips into your back to school regime:
• Make sure your child knows his and your contact information that includes his full name and address and your full name and address.
• Ask questions to your child about his day in school. If anything concerns you, please bring up the topic with the teacher.
• Be familiar with the way your child’s school handles emergencies.
• Provide ways for your child to make friends.
• Consider providing your child with a pre-programmed cell phone that allow a set number of contacts to be programmed into the phone.
• Pay attention to your child’s habits or changes in personality.
According to an article titled 15 Tips For Parents To Prevent Accidents In School published in beingtheparent.com, schools must form a safety committee consisting of teacher as well as students who so as to keep the school safe and identify potential areas within the campus where accidents can happen. For example, the toilets should be wiped and mopped every few minutes so the floor does not get slippery.
To know more about ways to ensure your child’s safety at school, please flip through the pages of this ClipBook.
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