Application for Admission to Elementary School
1. Please describe your child’s interests inside and outside of school (favorite subjects, clubs, hobbies, etc.).
My daughter is five years old. She is quite active and talented girl for her age. Notably, she has a diverse set of interests. At school, she enjoys writing. She often writes wonderful stories and even intriguing letters and cards that she sends to her friends and me. Additionally, she loves dancing and singing. Her love for music drove her to join a choir team in school; besides, at home I enjoy the sweet melodies of her own songs and dance movements. On the other end, her out of school activities revolve around magic. She has her own magic hat and other magic tools, and enjoys performing magic tricks to others. These activities have helped her to become friends with many of her classmates. Besides, my daughter enjoys swimming; she is already familiar with freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke techniques.
2. Please describe your child’s attitude toward school and learning. What do you consider to be her/his academic strength? In what areas do you feel your child could improve?
My daughter loves schooling. She was excited about the idea of going to school even before I enrolled her in the kindergarten. She often looks forward to attending school every day. Besides, her keenness to learn has made her quite attentive to her teachers’ instructions. She is a jovial girl that enjoys speaking and interacting with people at school. In fact, she often performs the ‘show and tell’ and is really good at it. As a mother, I would like to see my daughter improve her academic excellence and develop her full potential and leadership skills.
3. In what ways do you imagine our School will help your child grow?
Schools are meant to help children develop their potential and become all around individuals in society. As parents, we have often strived to guide our daughter to adopt values such as consistency, confidence, and loving. Your school’s vision and values include honesty, responsibility, respect, fairness, and compassion, which are values we want our daughter to acquire. My daughter often saves her allowance, which she earns by doing house chores and donates some of it to UNICEF. I want my daughter to realize her talents and outstanding values and develop them to allow her to become a whole person. I believe your school is in a unique position to help her achieve these goals.