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I want to bring my son who is going to primary school to Mal
Guide reading:At the same time, several transitional schools have been set up in these 11 campuses to help students from other countries better integrate into the school. The transitional school is a one-year system, which mainly helps (a teacher with 3-7 students)
Malta's beauty cannot be felt without being there. That beautiful, deep bone marrow, all over every street, every corner, every relief. Through the spring sunshine, it seems that Knights paraded across the street corner, shining with silver armor scales. Looking up in Malta, the steeple and the cross are always in sight, representing the beliefs, courage, loyalty and love of the Maltese people.
 
If we regard it as modern beauty, then Malta is classical beauty, deep beauty and historical beauty. As Alice, a small overseas partner, said, this is a place for peace of mind, for home. Years of work in various European countries, she only three months of life, let her want to take her son to primary school to read the impulse.
 
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Alice was deeply impressed by Malta's educational philosophy. Officials of the Campus Committee took Alice to visit their latest public schools and explain Malta's educational system.
 
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At present, Malta divides 11 school district committees according to the region's population density. Each School District Committee has jurisdiction over 3-5 schools. There are more than 340 schools in the country. The per capita ratio of educational resources is 7:1, which is the world's leading level.
 
Maltese education follows the traditional British education system, which is called British education. Teachers are mostly graduated from Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard and other famous schools. Here, you can see students from different countries in the world, such as the United States, Britain, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, France, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria and so on.
At the same time, several transitional schools have been set up in these 11 campuses to help students from other countries better integrate into the school. The transitional school is a one-year system, which mainly helps (a teacher with 3-7 students) children who have just arrived in Malta to learn the language: English, Maltese and Maltese culture.