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October 28, 2011

Finnish school in Wales

Perhaps Wales is not the first place you think of if you think of big ex pat Finnish communities - but indeed, there is one and it now even has its own school.

The Suomi-koulu (Finnish School) is based in Cardiff.  It helps ex pat kids connect with the Finnish language - and offers a good opportunity for cultural stuff too.  

The Suomi-koulu of Wales says that they don't just aim to connect with Finns and other nationalities are also welcome.  So, if you are living in Wales and feel that Welsh is just not that big a challenge to learn, then why not pop along to the Suomi-koulu and really stretch your linguistic talents a bit more?

Read more about the new Finnish School in Cardiff here

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