THE Romanian Government has sent four teachers to different areas of Andalucia to teach the language, history and culture of the country to immigrants’ children.
The areas where there are most Romanians are Huelva, Sevilla and Almeria, mainly in agricultural towns where there are migrant workers.
Similar experiences have already been carried out with positive results in Madrid and Cataluña.
Almeria has one of the largest Romanian communities in Spain behind Castellon and Coslada in Madrid, with 45,000 people. The province is also the first in Almeria for Temporary Language Adaptation Classes, which help foreign children to learn Spanish so they can follow the normal classes.