There is no question that the facility they are in is a little bit of a challenge. Since it is a (in some ways poorly) converted residence they have two classrooms: smaller kids upstairs (where the bathrooms are) and bigger kids in the basement. The basement is well-lit, with beautiful flooring and very warm in the winter as well as plenty of teacher-led/age-appropriate toys and play areas. They also have access to outside play with a public park on an adjacent property. For the Spanish instruction, it couldn't be better. All teachers are native speakers though no children are ever made to feel left out or confused. The ones who truly understand act as guides for those who are having trouble and the teachers use everything at their disposal (songs, body language, etc. etc.) to make sure that all the children are really learning, imagining, and growing. I can't say enough great things about this school!