She might have separation anxiety talk to the teachers. If it's all day and constant that normally indicates that she has separation anxiety. Her mum will have to work with the teachers using different strategies to help her through it.
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My DD was like that at drop off. I changed centres and she's still a little bit upset but really excited beforehand and waves when we drive past. The other thing she used to do was push and pull me out the door at pickup and wouldn't say goodbye etc. She couldn't get out quick enough. New centre however is different. She says bye to everyone and is happy for me to chat to carers etc.
She is also actively participating in activities now at daycare. The new centre is smaller with less carers so she sees same people etc in fact the director and 3 staff are from the old centre. Its out of area but on way to work and its $20/day cheaper
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