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4 Days Of Activities In The Algarve For Under 100 euros

We love the Algarve, but often when we head down it’s for work or seeing friends and family. This February we had the chance to head down for some real family time and were surprised at how much we managed to cram in without spending a fortune! We didn’t set out with a 100€ budget but, being only a few weeks since Christmas, and as self employed Tipi makers, winter is usually an especially dry time financially and we knew ...Read more

Pure Portugal’s top 5 ways to learn Portuguese (but please, not like Bobby Robson)

Brits abroad Learning the language is the preferable way to integrate in any foreign country. Most of mainland Europe appears to be able to communicate easily. Portuguese can understand Spanish. Dutch speak good English. The Germans, Swiss and Austrians speak each other’s languages. But English people are well known for not making an effort to bridge the cultural divide. Stereotypically, we will learn enough to get by and if needed, rely on shouting louder to make ourselves understood. Or we ...Read more

Escola da Ponte, uma escola pública diferente

A Escola da Ponte tem turmas desde o pré-escolar ao 9º ano e mais de 200 alunos inscritos. O que a diferencia do método de ensino convencional é que ali não existem propriamente aulas, pelo menos da forma como estamos habituados a ver: um professor a falar e os alunos a ouvirem. Ali são os alunos que definem o seu plano de trabalho. E como? ...Read more

Expression Education School, Penamacor

Here is a blog about the alternative school my son attends in Portugal taken from my parenting blog at www.parenttribe.net We were so unbelievably lucky that Expression Education school started the week after we arrived in Portugal. We had a little trial lunch with them and within the hour our 6 year old was asking to stay for the rest of the afternoon and come back the next day! The school is what we have been looking for – it’s part ...Read more

Expression Small School

When I arrived in Portugal not even five months ago I would never have imagined that it could have turned into such a whirlwind adventure. In less than five months I have built a house, worked a large piece of land, cared for two children on my own, and opened an alternative education project. I ran a project back in England and came out here with the idea that I would set up a small scale project on our land. ...Read more

Homeschool Experiences

Home schooling has been a popular discussion on the Pure Portugal – Living the Good Life facebook group recently.  So here, my children write about their experiences of growing up being home schooled in Portugal. Sid’s Story: My Experience of Growing Up in Portugal Growing up on a small-holding in rural Portugal was brilliant. I spent most of my days exploring the countryside, skateboarding and helping out on the farm. Being a free-range child really allowed me to discover who I am ...Read more