Parents on FabMumNG were asked why they changed the schools their wards were enrolled and they had a lot to say. After more than 100 comments were broken down into categories, we found out that the welfare of the wards is the strongest reason parents change schools followed by teacher competency, school management structure and many others. See parents comments below.
#Repost @fabmumng (@get_repost) ・・・ What was the reason why you changed your child's school? (Please don't tag any school). What is the reason why you would ever consider changing your child's school? A friend recently changed her child's school because of the "unnecessary levies and the teacher's bad grammar in the communication book." Do you have an experience, pls share you never know whom your comment will help❤️ (Don't forget to shop #JumiaSchoolResumption (link in bio& Fabmum stress-free back to school ebook) Tag a mama. #backtoschool2018
enniskidzzI changed my Son’s crèche back then. He was always down with a cold. I dropped him off one that and I called their attention to it and told them to please reduce the speed of the fan which they did. I got back in the evening to pick him up and the fan was on the highest speed with him directly under the fan.
buitidanielI am changing my child’s school because her teacher has an accent and I don’t want it rubbing on my child imaging how she pronounces the letters of the eng alphabet. I can go On but then I know the foundation is key
gnepherCaregiver’s english was pathetic…we had to run🏃♀️🏃♀️🏃♀️
verychiHe was in nursery 1. The elderly caregiver though nice and very maternal was too igbotic.
myorganiclivingI changed from the so called best school, because his teacher always complain about his inability to talk fast….He was a slow talker,she just couldn’t understand him, always make me feel bad each time I pick him by comparing him with other kids,I changed a yr ago, and he received award for the most improved during the recent graduation party at his new school, you need to hear how fast he talks now.
joan_la.belle.vieI was at the verge of changing the school when the teacher was kicked out. She would beat my 2yr9mths old just because he could not write. Oh if I remember the day I saw marks on his butt 3 hrs after he returned from school, I still weep. His crime was he cried for his mummy when he was supposed to be writing an exam. My son grew to hate school and the teacher so much so that when he heard that his little sister was soon to join him in school, he wept uncontrollably. Each time I remember I feel like a terrible mom. Thankfully, He is now comfortable with the school and tops his class.
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maliyalovesecrets I will be changing their school for the first time this September. They don’t just fumigate! I treat the kids for malaria every term…they return from school with mosquito bites. Secondly, school fee was increased by 25,000 without any explanation. They did the same last year but this time I can’t take it. I don’t know if changing their school will affect them psychologically.
aderonkefameso Hubby is thinking of changing my children school because of increment which am not comfortable with bcus am satisfied with the school they don’t change teachers any how and my child is ok. Still thinking really.
Are there other reasons you would want us to know about, kindly comment below.