After having been in Australia for three weeks now, we have settled in our new living environment. We are slowly getting adjusted to the winter weather. We have gotten used to our new house, have beds to sleep in and furniture surrounding us. We know where to get our bread and daily groceries. But things are about to change drastically.
Our eight and a ten year old are now going to a public primary school in Australia. They came here not speaking the language and so many things are different to what they were used to, wearing a school uniform, assembly, fundraisers, sports…
After one year we changed schools for the 10 year old. Why? Well, you will have to read our blog posts.
Today was a special day for the kids: they were able to spend two hours in school this morning, getting to know their new classmates and teachers. Quite exciting. Continue reading “School”
Going to school
Part of the decision on where to rent a house (and, actually, which ones to visit) was always which primary school is in the neighborhood for our kids to go to. With the house question settled, it was time to visit the local school and take a look. Continue reading “Going to school”