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Old 14.10.2021, 13:27
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Re: international or local school

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Also not a lot of flexibility, one has to conform and fit in. Kids are a spectrum, CH system fits the middle majority, those at further ends of of the spectrum tend to have issues.
Actually this is one big disadvantage we found with international schools.

One of my daughters needed some extra help. In the international school we were advised to get help externally. Outside school hours, more money to be spent, etc.

Then we switched to the public school and found out that the help was all part of the package. Public schools simply have the scale (a few local councils getting together) and govt funding to deal with these things.
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