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The school of my grandmother

Amerens Bosma is a student, age 10. She had an interview with her grandmother.
We have tried to translate it in English so the children of our eTwinning friends can read it.

I went to a Catholic school St. Radbod. It was a small school. The building had five classrooms. In one classroom there were between 15 and 20 children. There usually were two groups in one classroom. Nowadays we say group 1, 2 etc. but we called it class 1, class 2 etc. Children of age 4 and 5 visited a special school called Kindergarten. When I was six, I went to the Primary school St. Radbod. (see plan).Read the Interviewby clicking here

 

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One Response

  1. The interview to grandmother is very interesting. I think that many things are similar to the Italian school, as the number of pupils, their working tools, the presence of only one teacher were entrusted all disciplines, etc.

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