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mina1234
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Why full day school for primary school student?

Postby mina1234 » Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:13 pm

My daughter is in 6th standard. She is spending 8 to 9 hours in school and tuition everyday excluding Sunday.
even Sunday also she is getting some assignment.
Why school need that much time of 6th standard student? School are saying it is must for all student, so we can't make different rule for your girl.


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Re: Why full day school for primary school student?

Postby jeff2345 » Wed Sep 30, 2015 1:00 am

I am agree with you. It is ridiculous answer from school. Why child need this much stress.
Please do research and find good school for your child.

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