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hula2


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15/04/2011 13:22

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Can anyone tell me if there is any full time nursery school here that teach in English but have local children going to them.

I have a 3 year old and need to no what sort of prices they charge a month full time.



StGeorgeI


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15/04/2011 13:28

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Are you English or Turkish Hula?



I am English and the best thing we ever did was send our kids to a local Turkish speaking Nursery. Mine are now 3 and 5 and my 5 year old is fluent in both Turkish and English (Turkish school and English at home).



If however you are Turkish speaking at home and want an English school for that reason I'm sure other members will advise you which ones are best.



Cheers,

G



Spasoul


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15/04/2011 13:33

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gİRNE AMERİCAN COLLEGE...VERY VERY NİCE..

FROM 07:30 UNTİL 16:30...AND THEY TEACH BOTH LANGUAGES MY SON İS THERE AND ALSO 3 YEARS AND LOVES THİS SCHOOL!!!!



susief


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15/04/2011 13:55

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Colourland Prep School in Zeytinlik teaches the children in English, following the English curriculum, but the vast majority of the children are Turkish speaking so my child is now bi-lingual. They can go from 8am till 6pm with meals and snacks included at a cost of 650tl per month, less if you only do mornings I believe. It's a lovely school with fantastic teachers and really modern facilities including a computer room. Ring 0393 816 0418 for more details or look at their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=100000486221993



BoBoBear


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15/04/2011 20:23

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If you are looking for English speaking only, then (Miss Judy's) Porters English Reading Centre is an excellent choice, they take children from 2 1/2 and teach very much using the 3 'r's. The cost per month from September is 200.008.30 to 3.30.



Do go and have a look at any of the schools and take your little one with you, thats

what I did with my son, he basically chose where he wanted to go. Wish you luck in your search, if you want any further details their email address is porterenglishreadingcentre@hotmail.co.uk .



Deniz1


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15/04/2011 22:37

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My grandaughters go to Colourland in Zeytinlik they are two and a half and they are taught english. They really love the school all the staff are excellent there.



Doola3


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16/04/2011 09:30

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Miss Judys (Porter English Reading School) is absolutely brilliant. My son who is nearly 4 has been going there for a year now and loves every minute. He has learnt so much and is learning to read and write. After a year he still wants to go every day and is upset when he cant go at the weekend (believe me we have tried to get them to extend their hours to cover the weekend!!)

They are a small, friendly, family run school with fantastic teachers. Highly recommended.



mrperfect


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16/04/2011 09:43

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miss judys everytime



Ozangirl


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16/04/2011 09:59

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My 3 year old goes to Munnever Bindayi in Karakum, it is a Turkish nursery but he now has a teacher that speaks English. He has been going for over a year and loves it. He goes 4 full days a week 8.30am to 4pm and it's 380 tl a month.



Meerkat


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16/04/2011 11:52

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I would recommend you visit Colourlands & Judy Porters English Reading Centre. Decide which is the best option for your child. Look at the children & see if most have happy faces



maryem


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18/04/2011 10:08

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ms judys english reading centre is excelent.my 2 daughters were going there and now fluent in english.



StGeorgeI


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What's the point of starting a post and then not coming back to acknowledge people's replies?



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witch


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Oh Im sorry i didnt mean to upset you.

Thank you everyone I will check out all your advise.



StGeorgeI


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I'm not upset - just don't see the point.



Anyway the post was started by Hula - so are you hula and Witch?



Cheers,

G



darla1


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17/06/2011 23:55

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Hello,

I am looking for a nursery for my 3 year old daughter who speaks English and some Turkish. Is there a website address for Colourland preschool you mentioned in your post?

Thanks

Darla1



susief


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18/06/2011 00:51

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No but they have a facebook page which you'll find if you search for Colour Land Zeytinlik Girne. Or you can email them at colourlandprepschool@gmail.com



darla1


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Thanks, I just checked out the Facebook page.It seems like a good location with good staff.I also heard about Porter Reading Centre and would be very interested to learn more about their program. My daughter is an early reader and she would love to improve her reading skills.

Do you know if they have a website or else should I just ring them?

Many thanks



darla1


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18/06/2011 22:31

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Hello,

I like the way your child got used to the nursery so much.I have a three year old daughter.I have been teaching her English ever since and as a nonnative speaker she is really good.She is already an early reader.Porter Reading Centre would be an ideal place for her.Is there a website I can view? I would love to hear about their early reading programs.Thanks to my little one, I have become very into early reading field.

Many thanks



Stonehousepub


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18/06/2011 22:52

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I would also recommend the Colourland Prep School.



BoBoBear


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18/06/2011 23:56

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darla1 . The email address is porterenglishreadingcentre@hotmail.co.uk and really worth a visit. As you say especially if your child is an early reader, most of the children from creche upwards are readers.



Wish you luck in your search.



darla1


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19/06/2011 16:00

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Hello and thanks for your reply!

I will email the Porter Reading Centre to get more information about the school and the program.As you say, it may be the best option since my little one is very into reading.

I will see how things go.

Have a nice day!

Darla1



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