Most applications to private schools require parents to write about their children in a parent’s statement or questionnaire.
The purpose of the statement is to add dimension to the candidate’s statement and help the admissions committee better understand the applicant from the parent’s perspective.
For this reason, we have always supplied Tempo with toys with advanced “suggested ages”.
Tempo’s favorite playthings currently include her Spatial Reasoning Power Blocks and her Phonics Fun Reading Dog, attesting to her wide and sophisticated cognitive range.
Outside of school, Tempo enjoys Pee Wee Chess—she already grasps complicated play strategy—and Math Team Midgets, as well as reading hundred page-plus chapter books with her mom (titles supplied upon request).
Tempo loves to exercise her body as well as her mind.
Tempo excels at Child Maison Nursery School, as we are sure you will read in her upcoming School Report.
The teachings of European Pluteauvian education have greatly benefited Tempo’s fast growing mind.
It can be difficult to step back and consider your child objectively, but you need to do exactly that.
Think about what your child’s teachers have said over time, particularly the ones who know him well. Think about consistent themes that emerge from the reports.