Many parents who plan to send their children to study in the UK are not aware of the concept of educational guardianship and the requirements of the British law. International educational company Best Start Education provides a highly personalised level of service covering all aspects of education in the UK, including guardianship services. We receive many questions from parents about the safeguarding of their children whilst they are living away from home. Here we present FAQs about education guardianship for international students to make it easier for parents who plan to invest in their child’s education in the UK.
Choosing a school for your child is usually a troubling task for every parent, even more so if a child requires a special approach. We are happy to inform you that Best Start Education provides services of selecting best schools for all children including those with special educational needs.
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Moving to a different country is usually a challenge for the whole family. Children, however, will adapt quickly, as long as you support them throughout the process and use the help of an expert who will assist during the transition period. The best solution is to find an experienced tutor who knows requirements of UK schools and is aware of difficulties a child may encounter when entering the UK education system.
At first glance it seems that choosing a school for your child is simple – you pick one that is high in the ratings, pay the fees, and the job is done. Unfortunately, it is not that easy.
The first thing you need to remember is to register your child early. Competition for places is very high, and if you want to get into a popular school you should start at least 2-4 years in advance.
As the popularity of the British education among overseas students is growing, we would like to share with you the details of what guardianship is all about and why it is important. Often parents, while planning to send their children to study in the UK, are not aware of this aspect.
Of course, the main decision to be made is where to study. Studying abroad is a life-changing experience, and it is vital that this experience is positive and trouble-free. It is important to remember, however, that besides high quality education, the child and the parents need to have the right support system in place.