The place is just five minutes drive away from our house. Sarah behaved well on the day, although she started with a little uneasiness when we reached the school; but things changed once she saw my neighbour Kiyo’s son was there too.
Sarah just following us visits the classrooms one by one; those classrooms fill with music instrument would able to attract her attention particularly. There was a moment I felt very proud of her - she was able to follow a teacher’s instructions well and enjoy the process when the teacher guiding her to play the Hoola-Hoop.
From the management we gathered that the Primary and Secondary school is only reserved for Taiwanese or foreigner, but for kindergarten they do accepted local.
I must say the school environments are conductive for learning and their tuition fee are quite reasonable; but the only things that holding us back are the medium language…
Sarah likes the place so much that she doesn’t want to go home at the end. We really hope these exposures will enlighten and teach her the meaning of “school” as we always mentioned to her.
As for the enrollment, we still have time; we just keep our options open.