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21 February 2011

Tests: two to six

As your child approaches schoolgoing age, you may decide to have your child assessed for school readiness.

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Unless there is cause for concern, no check-ups are required during early childhood. As your child approaches schoolgoing age, you may decide to have your child assessed for school readiness. Your child’s pre-school may assess your child or may refer you to a school clinic or educational psychologist for assessment.

(Ilse Pauw, Health24)

 
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