What Does Tuition Cover?
Article by: Carly Maga for OurKids.net, Canada’s trusted source for camps and schools.
Cost is usually one of the biggest factors in deciding on a public or private education for a child. So what does your money really get you?
Private School Misconceptions
A typical morning at a private school looks something like this: kids stroll in with crisp khakis and designer blouses and wave goodbye to their chauffeurs and nannies and parents, who quickly drive off to their six-figure jobs in a new Mercedes. Or, at least that’s what the misconception of a private school would have us believe.
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Nanny Kimi has been working with children since 2004. She has worked as a summer camp leader working one-on-one with children with disabilities and Special Needs teaching skills like canoeing and swimming. Nanny to newborns and up including infant twins, Kimi loves to work with all ages of children! Born and raised in the GTA, she has worked as an Au Pair in Australia as well as on board a live-on sailboat in the Caribbean! She is a skilled face-painter and has been known to contribute her skills at birthday parties. Kimi loves travel and thinks that imagination and make-believe is some of the best magic that can be offered to kids.