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From a cemetery to a scuola materna... I even know that before this there is the crèche...
Kids start school very young in France. Children are generally 4 when they start here but by 2015, all children in Ontario will start school at 3.
Si il n'y avait pas ecrit Maternelle j'aurais pense a une entree de gare :)
It almost looks like an entrance to a boat house instead of a kindergarten.
And for some reason, it looks like a high-security lock up instead of a little children's school.
Well, it keeps the little rug-rats off the streets! ;-)
A charming concept. Such a nurturing invitation for little ones could not be found in our schools.
Those look like bars on the door. A good idea knowing what my grandson is like.
Sweet! I love the 1930s style.
J'ai été educatrice plusieurs années et j'ai beaucoup réfléchi en retour à educar les élèves.Je pense que c'est merveilleux de travailler avec des enfants!Léia
Hi C,Oj, from the year of 3? That's very early....I like the style of this entrance. It's very nice.Best regardsAsta
I wonder why the door is so wide. Is this the door children generally enter?
@ Stine: yes, it's the where the children enter. I have no idea why it's so wide, I suppose it is just an architectural thing...
Du cimetiere a l'ecole maternelle...:) Je dois dire que cette porte metallique surmontee de barres ne me parait pas bien accueillante, mais bon: c'est l'interieur qui compte.
How interesting! I've never seen anything like this. Routine will start next week...this week's routine is just a brief thing.
Very interesting, Ciel. I love the lettering on the building.Sharon
We call that a preschool for those under 5 and a Kindergarten for 5-6 year olds, depending on birthdate.
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