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Altea International School in Alicante Province, relocation advice AIS International School - a unique learning experience in Alicante province International College Spain, Madrid Interview with Mr Christopher Bromham, Principal of ICS Madrid homecare services in barcelona Homecare Services in and Around Barcelona
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Interview with Jill Stribling, Founder of English for Fun in Madrid

Interview with Jill Stribling, Founder of English for Fun in Madrid

\"We focus on ACTIVE learning versus passive learning. Spaniards have been learning languages passively since school began, with a big focus on grammar, memorization, worksheets and test preparation, which has led to generations of people who have studied English their whole lives but still don’t feel comfortable communicating in English in social or professional contexts.\" ...
Interview with Interior Designer Graham Collins

Interview with Interior Designer Graham Collins

\"Key to a successful renovation, is finding a reliable and skilled team of workers, and getting expert advice on negotiating the local bureaucracy, which can be time-consuming and tricky to work out for newcomers.\" Graham Collins, Interior Designer ...
Emily Kunze talks about multilingual students with learning differences

Emily Kunze talks about multilingual students with learning differences

\"Diverse Learning has one mission: To be the top learning center in Europe for multilingual children who learn differently.\" Emily Kunze, Founder Fundación Diverse Learning ...
Roya’s story: introducing her daughter to a second language

Roya’s story: introducing her daughter to a second language

\"When I first visited Vincerola I was especially intrigued by the fact that one of the classroom teachers, Achmed who comes from Egypt, is deaf and solely communicates with the children in sign language. When Ella joined the nursery interacting with Achmed was quite a challenge for her and it took her some time to understand that she needed to communicate with him in a completely different way.\" ...
The Best of the Maresme Coast for Families

The Best of the Maresme Coast for Families

Just north of Barcelona, stretching from Mongat to Malgret de Mar, the Maresme Coast is home to great beaches, Modernista architecture, historic village centres, sports facilities, nautic clubs, wineries and restaurants. Here you will find a few family-friendly highlights. ...
From a happy hippy in Ibiza to a cosmopolitan city mum

From a happy hippy in Ibiza to a cosmopolitan city mum

Dutch artist and mum Onke Truijen talks about her journey from hippy Ibiza to cosmopolitan Barcelona ...
Interview with teenage twins Mia and Cara

Interview with teenage twins Mia and Cara

\"When we\'re at school and with friends we only speak Italian; at home with our parents we speak English. We both find it easier to express ourselves and think in English, even though we use Italian more throughout the day.\" Twins Mia and Cara talk about their life in a small village in Perugia. ...
Family-friendly Valencia

Family-friendly Valencia

\"Cycling along Paseo Marítimo and been crowded and uncomfortable while the route we took back through the city was really enjoyable. There were very few cyclists, the cycle paths were set apart from the cars in most places and the streets were spacious and tree lined.\" ...
Relocating from Vancouver to Barcelona

Relocating from Vancouver to Barcelona

\"My advice to others thinking of relocating is to have about 3 times as much money as you think you\'ll need. Also join any local expat groups on social media before you arrive - the members have a wealth of information.\" Maya Mackenzie on relocating to Barcelona. ...
La Piccola Agency Marketing Clinic

La Piccola Agency Marketing Clinic

Are you a solopreneur or small business owner abroad? Struggling how to market or position your business? In a new series for Mumabroad, Emma from La Piccola Agency heads up a Marketing Clinic to address those challenges. In this first feature Emma provides 10 practical tips to writing great website copy. ...
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice

Note from the founders

MumAbroad is one of Europe’s leading english language sites for parents from the international community, living in or relocating to Spain, France, Italy and Germany. For more than 10 years, we have been creating unique content for a smart international niche market, from detailed information on nurseries and schools to recommendations by mums and dads on health, maternity, kids & toddler activities, relocation advice and services. We have built up a platform for Women in Business across all our regions as well as a blog, which offers insightful stories on relocation and the challenges it entails. More recently we launched a YouTube channel, interviewing brilliant women who have changed their lives and launched new exciting businesses whilst living abroad. Our facebook pages have become a go-to online forum for ‘expat’ parents. Our thanks go to our amazing multilingual community, whose contribution to help create these pages has been priceless.  We hope you will be with us for many years to come.
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