A mother who sends her four-year-old daughter to a $125-a-day preschool has been left shocked after discovering her gruelling daily schedule. The Australian mother-of-two had dropped her daughter off at school when she decided to ask her teacher how she was performing in class, only to be told ‘she has no concentration in all subjects’. Confused at the teacher’s response, the mother found the ‘preschool routines’ where she noticed an intense timetable listing the strict requirements her daughter had to follow between 7am to 6.30pm. Her daily subjects included history, maths and engineering, creative arts, science and technology and PDHPE from 9am to 12.40pm. A mother who sends her four-year-old daughter to a $125-a-day preschool has been left shocked after discovering her gruelling daily schedule (pictured) Poll Is this ‘preschool routine’ too much for a four-year-old? Yes 322 votes No 52 votes Now share your opinion After her ‘progressive lunch’, the students head into a meditation between 1.30pm to 2pm before they learn about ‘news, letters and booklet’ from 2.05pm to 3.45pm. Some daycare centres offer ‘progressive’ mealtimes, where there are no strict eating schedules and children have food when they’re hungry. The kids get a ‘free discussion time between… Read full this story
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