We got an acceptance to nursery school. It is half-day, afternoons (1pm-4pm). We have to cough up a debenture, etc a few days after we land. I think the nursery school looks pretty good, but it's kind of hard not actually seeing the facilities and the staff and the children at play.
Currently our son is only 2y,7 months old and we used to send him to daycare twice a week.
My wife is worried that he will be spending too much time out of home and thinks he's too young.
Do nursery schools care too much if you don't send your child everyday? Is there something that they are going to miss out on?
My wife and son are flying back home for a month during the Christmas break. Is that normally the 'done' thing in HK for nursery schools? I assume that primary school is mandatory and non-attendance marked off.
I don't mind the paid-for-and-not-used days. We have to pay in Australia, even if your kid is sick, on holidays, or the day that you normally go is a public holiday and the nursery is not open.