Having read about Mar Azul school, I wonder if there are any International schools that provide education in English language as well in Torrevieja or very near? Does anybody know?
To the best of my knowledge, Mar Azul is still operating without the necessary documentation from the education department of Valencia, and shouldn't be allowed remain open in San miguel. After all, this is why it was eventually forced to close when it was situated in Torrevieja. The appaling conditions that some of the students had to endure there, didn't help either.lego wrote:Mar Azul has had a change of ownership and therefore management and is really on the"up".
Not bad for a first post - I expect you joined just to paint such a wonderful picture of an illegal entity. You wouldn't happen to be Keith Healey, by any chance?rararblue wrote:I am not sure of the Valencian legality issue but if there is a problem I am sure Keith Healey, the new owner, will very quickly put in right. I would be surprised if it hasn't already been dealt with bearing in mind the schools recent accreditication with NABSS.
rararblue wrote:The last couple of months have very much been a case of a new beginning for the school and it is time to draw a line over historical issues and give the new owner time to sort out the problems.
The fact that the school does not have a licence to be opened in the first instance, and does not have the necessary permissions to operate as a place of learning, are not issues that you can draw a line under and just claim that they are historical. That is like saying that a bar that is opened and run without the proper paerwork can just carry on it's illegal activities just because it has new management.rararblue wrote:If legality is one of those problems, I am sure it will be resolved.
I totally agree Lego.lego wrote:For someone who has no children at the school and who doesnt live on the urbanisation you seem to have a great deal of interest in something that it seems shouldnt concern you
Another school that was shut down for not having the correct license. Yes it´s the parents choice but as spanbod says, if there was an accident, would your child be covered?????Deb64 wrote:lego wrote: I have a Scandanavian school on my door step with children being educated above a restaurant but the residents live and let live, if the parents are happy to send their children to these schools its there choice.
Yes there igcse are Edexel and the A levels are AQA, my son is now at college in the U.K with these certificates and going on to Unimacanna wrote:You also have to ask if the qualifications they gain will actually be valid, if the school has no authority to teach, even if it has the NABBS certificate.
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