My dd is in a larger centre and thriving. For me, I really went on gut feeling. Which centre feels like the right fit for your family.
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25-09-2015 19:25 #11
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25-09-2015 19:32 #12
My eldest thrives in the larger daycare environment
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26-09-2015 04:33 #13
Thanks everyone. That's great feedback. He has done well in the other medium sized centres that he has been in, despite being quite shy, so I am learning towards the bigger centre.
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