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20 Jul 2011 12:00 AM by paige2000 Star rating. 6 posts Send private message

Hi all I moved to Los do
Ses vi
Lamartin area a year ago and am loving life here my daughetr and granddaughter are moving over in jan 2012 my granddaughter is 11 and we are really concerned on her settling into a new secondarary school any advise help is there. LocL state school or are they all fee paying very scary time for us all in helping my granddaughter settle in and make friends she speaks little Spanish just basic .many thanks for any help

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20 Jul 2011 1:37 PM by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 9380 posts Send private message

Legal Questions? Speak to Maria Direct

 Do some language exchange activities with spaniards and you will gain friends and roots for your grandaughter

I am sure it will work fine!




Maria L. de Castro, JD, MA



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22 Jul 2011 1:30 AM by EOS Team Star rating in In Spain of course!. 4015 posts Send private message

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We have a really in depth ebook that cover the whole schools and education system here in Spain, including making the tough decisions of private vs state schools:

Schools in Spain ebook

Hope that helps...tough decisions schools are!



Schools in Spain Guide | The Expat Files | Learn Spanish | Earn a living in Spain

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11 Aug 2011 3:15 PM by Lifeline Star rating in Murcia. 367 posts Send private message

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 We brought our son here two years ago and he went into year 6, repeated it as all new to Spanish language do and is moving on this year at the age of 12 nearly 13. In Murcia area children can repeat years 2,4 and 6. As far as I know they may be asked to repeat any year of secondary school.We have a great Spanish tutor who continues to work with him in the Summer also. 

We find schools here are happy places and the teachers are very helpful. If your granddaughter does not mind the first few months of feeling a bit 'lost' in the class( the schools often withdraw from class and give extra Spanish) the benefits of living here far outweigh the pressures in the UK. not least the calmness, good disciplne and outdoor lifestyle. They grow up bi-lingual too!

Alternatively there are great fee paying English speaking schools. It is worth finding out about these too. All welcome visitors and are happy to show you around.



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11 Aug 2011 4:05 PM by paige2000 Star rating. 6 posts Send private message

Hi thank you for that lovely positive message much appreciated I think once she is settled she will love it she's here now and doesn't want to go back ..does anyone know what state schools and fee schools are local to Los Dolses so I can maybe go and talk to them kind regards

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