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Help your child to succeed School children always need parents support. They do better in school when parents support their academic efforts. as parents can play vital role in helping children succeed by being informed and a little guidance. Even though children seeking independence, parental environment is an important ingredient for academic success.

Here are some ways to keep your child on track to succeed.

1. Attending parent -teacher meeting can set a drastic change in building rapport between you and your child.

2. Frequent visits to school, checking school diary regularly, I will make your child aware for his /her tasks.

3. Get involved in school activities like dance, drama programs ,art activities, trips to socialize with your child’s group and teachers.

4. Support homework expectations. Children learn how to balance academic with co curricular activities, social life and family. An important way to help is to make sure your child has a quiet, well -it , distraction free place to study. Distraction free means no phone, TV or website other than study related resources. Be sure to check if your child gotton distracted. Regularly sit down with your child to stick to a homework and study schedule. Encourage your child to ask for help when it's needed.

5. Send your child to school ready to learn. A nutritious breakfast fuels up children and gets them ready for the day. You can help, boost your child’s attention span, concentration and memory by providing them food that are rich in whole grains, fibre protein as well as low in added sugar.

6. Child also needs right amount of sleep. About 8 & half to 9 & half hours each night ,to be alert and ready to learn all day. Lack of sleep is linked to decreased attentiveness ,short-term memory, inconsistent performance and delayed response time.

7. Instill organisational skills. Learning and mastering the skills of getting organised, staying focused and seeing work through the end will help your child. Parents can help them to make prioritised, daily to- do list and to study and do homework in a well lit, quiet and orderly workplace. you can remind your child when it comes to multi-tasking,' be time bound’.

8. Take attendance seriously. Children may have many reasons for not wanting to go to school, difficulties in assignments, low grades, social problems or issues with classmates. Talk to your child then perhaps with school counselor to find out more about what’s causing the anxiety.

9. Spare time to talk about school. Many children spend so much of the day outside the home, at school,extra curricular activities ,with peers. Staying connected with them can be challenging for parents. They should be their anchors for providing love, guidance and support. Make efforts to talk to your child every day so he or she knows that what goes on at school is important to you. When children know, their parents are interested in their academic lives ,they will take school seriously as well.

10. Know the disciplinary policies. All schools have rules and correspondence for student behaviour they usually site these policies in student handbooks the rules usually cover expectations and consequences details about dress code use of school properties including electronic devices attendance vandalism fighting specifically about acceptable language. It's easy for students in school expectations match the ones at home so they see both in moments as safe and happy.