Every parent dreads that inevitable day when their children finally flee the nest. If you’re worried about your child living away from home for the first time, you are definitely not alone.
Letting your child stand on their own two feet can be a daunting experience. And of course, your primary concern is and always will be for their safety and well-being. There isn’t an off switch for being a parent, unfortunately, even if they are no longer sleeping under your roof.
The good news is you can find comfort in knowing that other parents feel exactly the same.
Susie Caldersmith wasn’t looking forward to sending her 17-year old daughter off to Uni. In fact, they were dead-set against the idea of her living away from home during her studies. But after visiting a Campus Living Village, seeing the facilities and meeting the staff, she changed her mind, so much so that she herself fancied moving in!
Letting your kids grow up and become independent is never easy. But with Campus Living Villages, your child is in a safe place.
We want to make sure that all our parents are just as confident and comfortable with the living arrangements as our students are. We take pride in providing our students with the comforts of home so that they can excel in their studies whilst also socialising and meeting other students from all over the world. And with well-lit campus grounds and round-the-clock security on hand, you can rest assured that all our students are taken care of.
So sit back, relax, grab a glass of wine and enjoy the peace and quiet of your clean, tidy and teenager-free house!
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It may be a bit daunting now but we’ve all been there, you’re stepping out of your comfort zone and moving away from all your friends and family.