Colegio de Nuestra Senora de Loreto Reviews
¿Para qué obligan a usar uniforme si los profesores van mal vestidos?, se obliga a comprar cuando los profesores han dejado de ser un referente en lo físico y no digamos ya , en lo académico o espirit... more »Why do they force to wear uniform if teachers are poorly dressed? he forces himself to buy when the teachers are no longer a reference in the physical and let alone, academically or spiritually. Teachers who worship the image and are dressed as youtubers, adjusted or teaching cleavage, which reprimand their appearance to the fattest children. Teachers who consult Google before answering a student's question, such as some in grade school, glued to their mobile, which they then don't let go in school. Teachers who rely on obsolete books and curb creativity by forcing mechanical exercises. Parents see situations that don't correspond to what they sell. There is no dialogue, there is no freedom and there is only imposition. There are nefarious teachers like LOLI of 6th grade, Juanjo of 2nd in grade that no one wants to be touched by their children because they know nothing but to shout at the children, although then they say no. Please, a review of the school's human capital is needed. You don't just have to wash your face at the building. It is mechanically approved when children do not learn and arrive at THE ESO and are given a tremendous blow by the inoperability of so many teachers who lack culture and values.
Curiosa construcción de estilo neomudejar, que no tiene aspecto de colegio... NO ES PARA LOS TURISTAS. more »Curious neomudejar style construction, which has no school look... IT'S NOT FOR TOURISTS.
How someone who studied there I ask that if you have children not take them. In A prison they treat you better. Professors who pass you and bullying, and if you do not understand something, do not worry that they will laugh at your guarantees (ANA of art history * ahem *) Well and let's not talk about the nuns that I turn on.
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