There is a bit of a grey area, as homeschooling is not explicitly forbidden in Spanish legislation. There is an obligation that children between the ages of 6 to 16 receive an education. In the Spanish Constitution Freedom of Education is recogn
Completed your studies in another EU country and wish to work in Spain in a regulated profession that requires certificate of succesfully completed studies?
Then you need to get your diploma/certificate homologated for a Spanish equivalent throu
Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Children´s Rights Convention a group of legal professionals, collaborating with specialists in child care and child social services have written a book, published by Wolter Kluwer, downloadable for free
As of November 1st 2016 the Government Bullying Helpline is operative, 24 hrs/day, 365 days/year.
Available to students, families, teachers or anyone else that suffers from bullying or knows someone who is. The lines are manned by psycho
The entire process of ´points´ that are allocated if a school has more applicants than available spots, to determine who will be admitted and who not, explained HERE in Spanish.
Your child has a right to access to education, but not a right to
Please consult THIS website from the Junta de Andalucia which will give you info per province re the school holidays for primary and secondary schools ´primaria y ESO´ in the autonomous region of Andalucia.
For all other autonomous regions in
In many autonomous regions, schoolbooks are free, recycled a couple of times by the schools. Others work with ´cheque libro´ that will enable you to purchase most schoolbooks at a local bookshop with usually just the odd workbook (that needs t
When you register your child at a public school in Spain, there are several complementary services that you can apply for.
If you do not live in the town itself, but outside the town´s limits in the ´campo´, you might be entitled to register