|In addition to classes at the Hunters Hill, Manly Vale, Surry Hills and Forestville locations, Dutch school ‘de Kangoeroe’ is also providing online classes this year. They use the latest methods that enable them to offer hybrid education.|
Requirements for online learners:
– You live more than 45 minutes’ drive from one of the above-mentioned locations
– The children have basic knowledge of the Dutch language
– Homework is done at home and Dutch is spoken regularly.
Do you also want your child(ren) to be part of their Dutch community and develop their Dutch language?
You can sign up NOW, both for online classes or at any the locations!
Send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘De Kangoeroe’ offers more than just classes. They celebrate cultural traditions such as Sinterklaas and King’s Day for which online students are also welcome. Parties are celebrated the Dutch way with dressed up teachers, ‘spijkerpoepen’ and ‘oliebollen’.
Check out the website www.nedschoolsydney.org.au
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