Tips For Improving Education In Primary Schools

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Primary school are the base years of every student’s life. This is where they start their education and will have a long-lasting effect on their brains. But the actual question is how can we improve education in primary schools.

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Below we discuss some of the best tips to improve education in primary schools

  • Make Hygiene a priority

Hygiene should be one of the most vital aspects in any primary school; since the students are under 13, they are likely to go to the washroom thrice a day. They are young to keep care of their hygiene at such young age; therefore, it is the duty of the primary school to keep a vital check on the school hygiene and make sure to maintain it. Toilets should be clean thrice a day since uncleaned washrooms can lead to infections since the germs can spread easily.

  • Keep Street Vendors at Bay from Schools

Schools should keep street vendors away from the school premises as their unhygienic food can lead to health problems. Students and children force their parents to buy them street food, leading to getting infected by them and then not coming to school to attend important classes at least for a week.

  • Actively Train the Teachers

Not only using technology and improving them should be part of the education system, but there should also hire professionally trained teachers to help and support their students in their studies, especially the struggling and the disabled students. If possible, all schools should have an orientation for their teachers so the teachers can learn the new technologies and learn how to use them and teach their students about.

  • Increase the cultural activities happening

A student will be more successful if there are functions and activities to keep them engaged with school. The student will pay more attention to his studies and learn many things over time, and will also be able to enjoy the process.

  • Organizing more motivational talks

It is unnecessary that the teacher only gives motivational speeches to keep her students engaged with their studies. Schools should also host events and invite other people from other professions to share their stories of success and give motivation to the students as every student will not become a student-teacher in the future. This will also help them share their struggles and mistakes they made in the past and what they did to make everything better.

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Dorotea Reyna

Dorotea Reyna is an author/play writer and has multiple titles published under name. She has also been volunteering for different universities and did Pro-bono fundraising consulting.

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