I am certain my children are safe at school

I have a sense of certainty about the safety of my children. Peace fills my mind while my kids are away from me at school. I am free from anxiety about the safety of my children while they receive their education.

The school where I have chosen to send my kids is a safe place. There are people whose sole job is to look after the well-being of my children while they are there. School staff cares about the security of all students, including my kids.

In the event of an emergency, there are proper procedures in place to keep my children out of harm’s way. The school has all of the phone numbers they need to find me in the event of an emergency.

I practice safety procedures with my children. My kids know what to do in a variety of emergency scenarios. My children’s teachers also practice school-wide emergency procedures with their classes.

I am free from anxiety regarding my children’s safety. I reject irrational fears about the safety of my kids while they are at school.

I can focus at work because I believe my kids’ lives are protected. I approach my days full of energy and ambition, trusting that my children are doing the same thing at their school.

Today, I believe that my children are safe at school. I think positive thoughts to keep my mind calm while we are apart.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Does my children’s school have an emergency plan?
2. Does my kids’ school have my contact information?
3. What positive thoughts can I reflect on while my children are away?

Sending my children to school makes me feel proud

I reject apprehension about sending my children to school by reminding myself of their amazing qualities. My kids have talents that need to be shared with the world. I believe with all my heart that others benefit from being around my children.

I have high expectations about my kids’ performance at school. I think the best of them and I expect them to be their best at school. I am confident in the investment I have made in my kids. I have taught them to be responsible individuals, and I continue to teach this daily.

My kids represent me well at school. I am confident they demonstrate respect for themselves and for others while at school. I trust my children to live by the values I have instilled in them, even in my absence.

I choose to believe my children’s time away at school is an opportunity for them to shine and show the world who they really are. I feel proud of what my children have become.

Daily, I communicate to my children how proud I am to be their parent. I foster my children’s self-esteem by expressing sincere awe for the things they do.

I am free from fear about my children’s behavior or performance at school because I trust the job I have done as a parent. I accept them as they are and I am ready to help them face their own personal challenges with relentless support.

Today, I am proud to release my children to the world of school. By embracing them as they are and offering my gentle help when they need it, I set out to be their greatest motivator.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. How can I communicate a sense of pride to my children?
2. Why should I trust the job I have done as a parent?
3. What can I do to help my children in the areas they need to grow?