Arabic is first language in six of nine preschools in iconic Swedish town

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Ronneby is regarded as the heart of “the Garden of Sweden”, and in 2005 the park “Brunnsparken” in Ronneby was voted Sweden’s most beautiful park. 2006 the park was voted Europe’s 4th most beautiful park.

The church Heliga Kors kyrka was founded in the 12th century.

Poof – all gone.

Arabic is first language in six of nine preschools in Ronneby, Sweden

“Sometimes when conflicts arise, it can be a problem, it may well be a challenge”, Monica Berggren, the Headmaster at Skogsgläntan’s preschool told Sveriges Radio.

“These preschools are situated in the areas where most newly arrived migrants live”, says Ingela Berg, preschool director in Ronneby municipality.

“Preschool personnel finds it difficult to understand the children and to make themselves understood”, says Camilla Widerström, a teacher at Skogsgläntan’s preschool.

When SVT’s reporter asks what they do to understand the children since the parents usually cannot speak Swedish either, Ms. Widerström replies that they ask other children’s parents to translate.
“Then we take help from another guardian who knows Swedish a little better. We have also had startup workers who helped us put words into everyday life for the children”, says Camilla Widerström.

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