Our expert says:
There really is no general law about such things. There isn't any reason to expect any damage whatever to a child from moving schools --- most kids do it at one time or another, for one reason or another. Assuming it will be traumatic can create trauma. At 6 she is old enough for you to have a family meeting and to discuss this with her, and explain why it is not possible to keep on transporting her to this previous school, and better to move her to the school where your child already goes ( which also suggests she could settle there and is unlikely to have to move again in the near future. ). And this may be a good time to do it, while she is already adjusting to the new home routine, and make it a happy part of this routine.
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