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Early Childhood Education

Good Practice in Achieving Universal Primary Education: A Handbook for Education Policy

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A handbook for education policymakers and practitioners in Commonwealth countries compiled from a Caribbean Early Childhoos Education Conference presented by the Jamaica Teachers Association, Ochos Rios, Jamaica, April 2004, with the support of the Commonwealth Secretariat.

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School Transition

The early primary school years are important for establishing the social and academic competencies critical to the child's school success and achievement. Pre-primary settings tend to provide more support for both children and families than primary settings, recognising the clear developmental differences between pre-primary age children and primary school children. There are normally significant changes in both curricula and methods at the primary school level.

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