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Hello! It has been many months. I spent several months racing through life to avoid having to grieve. And then sat down and let it all out. And now I am finding my way back into the life that I love. Which includes the hobby that I love. Tonight I got brave enough to put together a page. Just one. Not fancy. Or showy. Or even very inspiring. But it is completed. And puts a piece of my puzzle back in place.
In Spain, Primary School (from 6 to 12) and Secondary School (13 to 16) are compulsory for all children. 4th grade is called cuarto curso or cuarto de primaria (4th of Primary School). Primary School starts at six years old, so Students usually start 4th grade the year of their tenth birthday. However, there may be eleven years old students because the educational system allows to repeat a year once through the Primary School.