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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Thanks for your message. He would be going into grade 3. Maths is slow here as well as they don’t want to freak out the disadvantaged kids ( which there are many ) in our isolated rural area I asked my son how different Rioplatense is from Neutral and if can he understand all if it. He said he...
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    I don’t speak Spanish so my questions probably sound a bit weird and ridiculous.( and snobby) My kid knows the basics of Argentine Spanish, and can differentiate from Castilian or Neutral. Vos is no prob as is the sh sound and clearly there are some different words In theory there is no ‘...
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Hello, Thank you for these recommendations. I’ve never heard of them. I’ll do some more research. My kid speaks fluent Spanish but a billingual school is better as less pressure. He understands Anda Calabaza Argentine Spanish but from what I’ve heard the slang will be a bit of a shock. On that...
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Hi, Thanks for the suggestion We were very interested in Ort but they would not answer emails ( a common problem with Argentine schools) A friend rang them for us and they told us they were full in 2024 and not to bother trying.
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Hi, Thanks very much for your reply. St Andrew’s looks like a very good school but it is too big I think. My sons schools has 58 kids 🤣 We will be moving back to Australia after our proposed year in BA. I think a billingual school is the go. He will get to speak Spanish all the time with the...
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Thank you. I had not heard of this school. We will contact them
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    Non stuffy private primary school suggestions in BA

    Hello, We are hoping to send our 6 year old child to a billingual private school in BA. He speaks Spanish. The schools all seem huge and stuffy. Can anyone recommend a smaller less formal school? We have been told St Luke’s is good. Thanks
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