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Old May 4th 2010, 11:31 am
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I am thinking of moving to Costa Esuri. Can anyone recommend a school in Ayamonte suitable for 7 and 9 year olds please?
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Old May 4th 2010, 1:46 pm
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Most foreigners have put their kids in Moreno y Chacon or a international school, there´s a bilingual one in Lepe. (10 minute drive from Ayamonte or Esuri).
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I am thinking of moving to Costa Esuri. Can anyone recommend a school in Ayamonte suitable for 7 and 9 year olds please?
Hi,
This has been covered quite a lot if you search threads about schools you should get the info you require.

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Most foreigners have put their kids in Moreno y Chacon or a international school, there´s a bilingual one in Lepe. (10 minute drive from Ayamonte or Esuri).
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10 Minutes? Do you get many speeding fines? Surely 12

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Most foreigners have put their kids in Moreno y Chacon or a international school, there´s a bilingual one in Lepe. (10 minute drive from Ayamonte or Esuri).
Is it La Arboleda in Lepe?
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10 Minutes? Do you get many speeding fines? Surely 12

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Is it La Arboleda in Lepe?
Yup, that´s the one. Although if I would be in Geeezers place, I´d start my kids on Spanish lessons now and put them later in a public school.
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Yup, that´s the one. Although if I would be in Geeezers place, I´d start my kids on Spanish lessons now and put them later in a public school.
I think there was an article in the papers recently about the two english language teaching assistants (Scottish and Canadian). Do the other schools also have similarly qualified staff?
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I think there was an article in the papers recently about the two english language teaching assistants (Scottish and Canadian). Do the other schools also have similarly qualified staff?
There was an article in one of the last editions of The Resident, maybe it´s still on the page, www.theoraclenews.com

At my children´s school are English classes twice a week, and in the regular program they do lessons as well, using "Patch the Puppy" material from MacMillan Publishers. Can´t really comment the level for older children as mine are only 6 & 4, but they both can count to 10 in English (And in Dutch, German and Spanish!!)
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There was an article in one of the last editions of The Resident, maybe it´s still on the page, www.theoraclenews.com

At my children´s school are English classes twice a week, and in the regular program they do lessons as well, using "Patch the Puppy" material from MacMillan Publishers. Can´t really comment the level for older children as mine are only 6 & 4, but they both can count to 10 in English (And in Dutch, German and Spanish!!)
That is amazing! what is their mother language and what language do they think in?
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That is amazing! what is their mother language and what language do they think in?
I´m not sure.

German Mum, Dutch Dad, and both born in Spain. Who knows what their mother language is....
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I´m not sure.

German Mum, Dutch Dad, and both born in Spain. Who knows what their mother language is....
Well to be multi lingual must be a good start in life. but to know which language my children think in would be important to me as a mummy or a daddy!
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There was an article in one of the last editions of The Resident, maybe it´s still on the page, www.theoraclenews.com

At my children´s school are English classes twice a week, and in the regular program they do lessons as well, using "Patch the Puppy" material from MacMillan Publishers. Can´t really comment the level for older children as mine are only 6 & 4, but they both can count to 10 in English (And in Dutch, German and Spanish!!)
Jur, At Jacks school (Padre Jesus) he has English lessons as well, and guess who was the teacher last week??? Jack (Aged 7)
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Old May 6th 2010, 1:22 pm
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Well to be multi lingual must be a good start in life. but to know which language my children think in would be important to me as a mummy or a daddy!
A good question actually: In which language does a bilingual child think?
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Jur, At Jacks school (Padre Jesus) he has English lessons as well, and guess who was the teacher last week??? Jack (Aged 7)
Fantstic, what did he teach his class mates ?
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