My daughter is 4 yrs 2 months old. She started going to a convent from april this yr priuo to which she was in a preschool in Florida and after that in a preparatory school in India. Initially she loved the school and would be eager to go and wait for the pool car to arrive; however after almost over a month now, since last 2-3 days she has suddenly become reluctant. She wants me to drop her and pick her up (which is not possible as I am a full time scientist) as there are other children whose moms go regularly. During her first week her teacher had called me to complain about her disturbing other girls and not sitting still in one place. But after a couple of weeks when I met her again, she said that the girl was doing much better....sitting in a place and doing her assigned tasks. Now she confesses that she has been naughty again and that her teacher has said that she'd be kept back in school. But she is crying like anything and refuses to go at all. What should I do? is it possible that she knows she has been naughty and that why doesn't want to go? or is it that shje misses me and is expressing it this way? Then why was everything normal all this while? I am at a loss. incidentally we stay with my in-laws and she stay swith her grandparents while I am away at office.
Could it be possible that she may have had a confrontation with another child , also if she was naughty the one time could teacher be on her case, if she is picked out she may not like it, perhaps if you speak to the teacher and ask further what is going on , see the teacher personally get a feel for the dynamics , I get a feeling it is not all about your daughter . Ask her why she is upset and not wanting to go to school, how does she get on with the other children ....good luck
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