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Colegio El Alba - Los Cachimanes 2
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CEIP EL ALBA


El colegio de Educación Infantil y Primaria ‘El Alba’, situado en la pedanía de Roldán-Los Cachimanes, dispone de 6aulas de infantil, 12 de primaria y 8 polivalentes y de apoyo, además de gimnasio, con capacidad para 450 alumnos, aunque actualmente están escolarizados más de centenar y medio de niños. Su buena puesta en marcha en el curso 2010-2011 ha sido fruto del esfuerzo y el compromiso de todos los miembros de su comunidad educativa. Muchas gracias a todos!

Extraído de Murcia Educa en https://www.murciaeduca.es/cpn2roldan/sitio/index.cgi?wid_seccion=1

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Copyright: Fernando Cifuentes Duque
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Uploaded: 23/01/2014
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Tags: colegio; infantil; primaria; alba; cachimanes; roldan; torre pacheco; murcia
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