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
There is a zero-tolerance rule about bullying on Spanish schools.
If your child is victim of bullying, please go talk to his or her tutor first, if not the desired result, go to the ´jefe de estudios´ and ultimately the director of the school.
We uploaded the EU publication that outlines all aspects, from point of view of student, as well as teacher.
Library, Education section. Or click this link for direct access.
For national scholarships/grants:
Website of the Ministry of Education
Every Autonomous Region also has their own scholarship system, if you google ´becas educación´ followed by the name of your region, they will come up.
Some are inco
No, it is not. Schools must offer an alternative. At Primary schools this will be ´Etica´ (literally ´ethics´ and in practice these hours will be used to discuss a wide range of subjects, to do with society, norms and values, sometimes
That depends, in most Comunidades Autonomas the books they use at Infantil have to be bought by the parents. For Primary, most have either partly or fully subsidised schoolbooks. Either by ´cheque Libro´ that you will have to take to the local
You go to the secretary of the school in question. Applications for new entries in March, for follow up years in the first week of June (Andalucia).
Forms to use available on the Junta de Andalucia website.
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