A parent must be a rock of confidence for young learners. A child can sense your fears and concerns and will in turn feel more scared during this transition. I personally had to turn on a bright smile as I assured my children that they would "do great "and "have fun" when I first left them at school. Then, of course, I got in my car and cried.
Your child will likely see benefits from these actions for many more years, so continue to use these tips – especially those like staying involved with the school, and doing continuous follow-up – as your child continues his or her education. In doing so, you are helping to set the groundwork for how your child perceives and responds to school over a lifetime.