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    In Qld DS1 was 5 years 9 months

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    DD will be 5 years + 3.5 months
    DS will be 5 years + 3 months

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    My son was 5 yrs 6 months.
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    DS 5 years 6 months
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    In VIC DS (April baby) will be 5 years 10 months and DD (November baby) will be 5 years 3 months.

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    5 years 8 months ds1
    5 years 9 months ds2
    And 5 years 9 month is what ds3 will be when he starts school next year.
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    4 years 11 months in Qld.

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    Kindy, (5 full days a fortnight)
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    Prep, full time
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    Tbh, she made the cutoff, and she seemed ready, so I sent her, but now, she's over half way through grade one, academically she's fine, better than many of her peers, but emotionally she's struggling..

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    Default What age did you child start offical school?

    DS was 5 yrs 9 months
    DD was 5 yrs 4 months

    Both started in Vic


 

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