Prepare your daughter for boarding

Prepare your daughter for boarding : Ensuring Your Daughter is Ready to Get the Most out of Boarding School

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Modern boarding schools are relaxed and pleasant places for children to learn and develop. However, this new freedom does mean that boarders have to make more of their own decisions and puts a new burden of responsibility on their shoulders. This excellent book offers advice from a mother on how to prepare girls for their first experience of boarding school. It is ideal for parents who have decided that boarding is the best option for their girls and is a guide to preparing your daughter so that she is confident from the start and can get the most out of the opportunity she's been given. The book is based on extensive research and a sizeable archive of advice and anecdotes from a huge number of staff, girls and parents. The advice ranges from the very obvious to the rather more surprising, with anecdotes and verbatim comments from those who have been there. It will leave you and your daughter feeling better armed for what is ahead.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 156 x 232 x 4mm | 220g
  • John Catt Educational Ltd
  • Suffolk, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1909717010
  • 9781909717015
  • 1,623,361

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About Victoria Davies-Jones

Victoria Davies Jones worked for twelve years as a producer and reporter for BBC TV/ Radio News. During her career she covered major events, such as 9/11, the Watford Junction train crash and the Channel tunnel opening. Her documentary work - recorded on a location during the Bosnian crisis - received a BT Press Award. To succeed in today's competitive world, Victoria believes that academic success is not enough: Young people need to be able to communicate and present themselves effectively. She has a daughter preparing to start boarding school in 2013.

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