I'd like to get some different perspectives. Do you require that a child is completely potty-trained before admitting them to the primary classroom? (By that I mean, the child is wearing underwear, they go into the bathroom and use the toilet independently, and when they occasionally have an accident, they can change themselves with little assistance.) Currently, as our toddlers are moved up to primary, we are experiencing a few kids who either have lots of accidents (2 or more per day) because they aren't responding to their bodies' signals (I'm assuming) or just refuse to use the toilet at all, until they often wet themselves but don't seem to realize or care that they have gone. These children have just turned three, and they experienced similar toileting challenges when in the toddler room (or so I was told.) They are supposed to be completely trained before coming to primary, and the teachers (I'm an assistant) are getting frustrated with this. It does take a lot of our time to deal with the accidents, and there will be a 1 to 10 ratio (or a little higher) in these classrooms come September. What is your school's policy regarding toilet training while in primary?