When you’re at a parent-teacher conference for your child in a private kindergarten, it’s normal to feel a little bit nervous about it. This is especially true if this is your first child at the beginning of their education. If you’re feeling nervous and unsure about your first parent-teacher conference, here are a few things you should ask your child’s teacher.
One of the first things you should do before you attend your conference is write your questions down. Writing your questions down will save you from floundering during the conference itself. You’ll look and likely feel more composed, as well.
As for the questions themselves, it’s important to keep them centered on your child. They’re the reason you’re there, after all! Some good questions to ask might include queries about whether or not your child gets along with others in the class and how they’re faring at making friends. It’s also important to ask where your child is succeeding and where they’re struggling academically. The answer to this question can give you some great insight into how to help your child learn at home.