What Age Do Children Start School in France?

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Children start school in France at the age of six to seven years old. In France, schooling is mandatory as of age 6. It is noted that quite a number of parents send their children earlier to nursery classes at around age 3.
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Children normal start school at age 5 or when they are about to turn 5. I live in North Carolina and the cut off date for children to turn 5 used to be around the third week in October
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1. Have you ever wanted to help your child get in shape for a sport, or loss weight? Why not start a running group to help your child and any other child in the school do the same
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I think we should be humble to biology. A lot of people wait until they're finished with various degrees, high positions, etc. But truly, AMA (advanced maternal age) starts at 35
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