Choosing the right school for your child is one of the hardest decisions you’ll make as a parent when relocating overseas.
Perhaps it would be best just to send them to the school that all the other expats go to? After all, it’s all about the experience of living abroad, isn’t it? All schools are the basically the same anyway…
There are many education options around for expats, and so much depends on your individual family set-up and child that there is no ‘one-school-fits-all’ solution. Each child is different and each country’s school system is different, even within the ‘generic’ international schools. Also, families differ in their requirements and aspirations, and even relocations vary greatly. What worked well for you all in one country won’t necessarily be replicated in your next move.
It's easy to get very stressed at this point. Don't panic! I’ve put together this eBook to help you kick-start your search for the best type of school for your child.
There are many considerations and details you need to brainstorm, so I’ve detailed them in this eBook for you. I also include a list of questions you may find useful to ask when you have narrowed down your school choice. You'll get a great insight into just what is involved in making the right choice for your family,
Choosing a school for your expat child can be a trial and it all boils down to a very personal decision. A decision that, as parents, we can only hope is for the best.
In this eBook you'll find all the details and considerations you need to help you make your decision. Download your copy today and make sure you know what to expect when you're expatting!
'An Expat’s Guide to Choosing a School Overseas' is an absolute must-read if you’re moving overseas with children.
‘Expat Education’ explores these aspects to make the decision easier for you and shares how to make your child’s move into their new school, in a new country, a less stressful one.
Discover the different education options available for your expat life and identify how to choose the right one for your child – and you! Packed with tips on what to consider before you decide, how to choose the best school for your family, language learning advice and inciteful interviews from other expat parents.