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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Madrid. This week’s 23 different films include Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, A Million Ways to Die in the West and The Fault in Our Stars. Find out more...
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Hastings school provides a sound education to children of many nationalities in a friendly,family-like atmosphere. The quality of teaching and examination results are excellent. Pupils feel happy,...
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- Mummy Madrid, Madrid
“I don’t want my child to struggle.”
Have you said it? I have.
No parent wants his or her child to suffer. No parent wants his or her child to hurt. It is embedded into every parent’s being to protect their child. Right?
Of course! But struggling (at leas... Read moreby Karyn Gorman on June 10, 2013