San Salvador - School Report Question and Answers

Please describe some of your child's/children's highlights and challenges during their time at this school.

For the preschool kids, they have a lunch break and get to eat and then play. This typically means that they eat one thing and then go play. I found my younger child would essentially skip lunch. The preschool is Montessori-esque. Lots of play to learn and develop hand coordination. The classrooms are nice and open to the environment. They have a large area for playing. I love the British curriculum for teaching reading. The teachers a loving and care for the kids. The school is well staffed. Primary kids are not burdened with homework. Challenges are the lack of expat community. El Salvador does not have a lot of expats which means the expat ratio at all schools is very low. It also means that most of the students are learning English all through primary school. - Sep 2020

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