Both affect the child in different ways. Public schools are run by the state and are also funded by the state. These schools are the most popular option for the majority of children within your region. Schools that are private, as their name implies, are private and require tuition fees or are supported by donations. Because of this, private schools can only be popular with small numbers of families. The result is private schools being unable to accommodate a large number of pupils in every class at one time. It can help your child gain knowledge faster and have longer with their teacher.
Private schools tend to have a higher percentage of kids who are highly selective as they are only available to select parents. Public schools can be diverse, and may have several children from diverse backgrounds and families in the same classes as your child. To learn all about the distinctions between public and private schools, as well as how your child may be affected you can watch this video!