Portuguese School of São Tomé to move to new location

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

From here in Portuguese - I wasn't going to mention this item as it's fairly inconsequential, but I kind of like the website for the school - horrible design but something about the kids telling you about what they like and don't like is charming. There seems to be a disagreement there on whether soup is tasty or not.

*Eu gosto de sopa e de esparguete.
*Não gosto de sopa.
*Não gosto de sopa.
*Não gosto de sopa, de fazer ditados e de contar.
*Não gosto de comer sopa.
*Gosto de jogar à bola e não gosto de sopa de tomate.
*Eu sou normal, a minha comida preferida é carne assada com batatas fritas, não gosto de tomar sopa e adoro jogar futebol.
*Eu gosto de ajudar o meu pai. Não gosto de sopa.
*Não gosto de sopa, manteiga e cajamanga.
*Gosto de brincar e não gosto de sopa.

Some of the article:

The UCCLA (União das Cidades Capitais de Língua Portuguesa - Union of Capital Cities of the Portuguese Language) will support the project implementing the new facilities of the Portuguese School of São Tomé, currently located in the former residence of the military command of the colonial era and provided by the Portuguese embassy.

The Portuguese School of São Tomé follows the Portuguese curricular system, and has about 60 elementary students. In late 2011, the Ministry of Public Works and Natural Resources of São Tomé and Príncipe gave state land for the construction of new premises for the school.

This new space with capacity for 100 students will include living and recreational areas, a library and a place for physical activities, among others.

The investment for the new school is supported by the Association of Portuguese Parents of the city of São Tomé. It is estimated that the new facilities will be in place for the academic year 2013/2014.


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