4 year old - preschool?
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    Hi I just an enquiry to have a four year old full time. My question is, is it law that they go to preschool? Just wanted to know that it is ok for me to take her without her going to a preschool at all?

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    Wendz

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendz View Post
    Hi I just an enquiry to have a four year old full time. My question is, is it law that they go to preschool? Just wanted to know that it is ok for me to take her without her going to a preschool at all?

    Many thanks
    Wendz
    Speaking about England (not sure if same elsewhere):
    The only education which is compulsory is from the term after the child's 5th birthday, and that can be at school or home-education.
    So even reception year is not compulsory for those with birthdays later in the academic year, and pre-school/nursery/early year is certainly not.

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    Aww great, thank you for that. I really wasn't sure x

 

 

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