EURO WEEKLY NEWS SPAIN: Nursery school to be upgraded

Local councillors review the plans Credit: Ayuntamiento de Mijas

IN order to ensure that the nursery in Mijas Pueblo will be adopted by the Andalucia Education Board, the council has been studying the work needed to be undertaken in order to meet the Board’s requirements by the end of January.

Work has started on two bathroom facilities in the centre, with one being improved for disabled use and as the nursery is quite old, new windows and better plumbing are being installed.

Provided that this work is completed by the deadline then a formal application can be submitted so that the nursery will effectively become an official infant’s school in September with all of the financial and social benefits that adoption by the Junta de Andalucia brings.

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