- Published: 22 October 2019 22 October 2019
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We had the opportunity to welcome Olivier Revol for 2 days - and 5 conferences - reserved for all parents but also for teachers and teenagers of the French section of the European School.
We had a great time with him, his energy, his exceptional capacity for popularization, his availability, his ability to conquer varied audiences will not fail to leave excellent memories of beautiful shared moments and beautiful doses of collective emotions on sometimes difficult subjects.
We are grateful to him for this "marathon" and more particularly for having agreed to present his conference on 21st century teenagers in English to an enthusiastic audience from all over Europe who discovered him that evening.
A collaboration between the ESF Parents' Association, the Lycée Français Victor Hugo and the Dys à Francfort association made this important project possible for families and we warmly thank the volunteers from the two schools who participated.
Thanks also to Florence Dailleux who produced the graphic recording synthesizing these conferences, especially the one on flourishing at school, which may soon no longer be a crazy idea... thanks to the teachers who also came in large numbers. We thank them for that.
And a special thanks to Delphine Braun, President of the PA, who encouraged this project since the beginning.
- Published: 08 October 2019 08 October 2019
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The Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Parents’ Association will take place on 17 October 2019, at 19.30 in the school Aula.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s AGA will feature a keynote address “Raising our children for success; advantages of a multi-cultural education”. Guest speaker will be Mr Rainer Beekes from Global Cultures.
The Annual General Assembly is the official forum for members of the Parents’ Association. Would you wish to become a member of the Parents’ Association and vote at the AGA to influence the future running of the Association, please do so by following this link: https://www.esfparents.org/index.php/en/cb-registration
- Welcome by the President and adoption of the agenda
- Keynote address by Rainer Beekes
- Update on Board's main activities in 2018/2019
- Presentation of the ESF PA financial situation
- Resolution on an amendment of the statutes (substitute members for the Board; departure in the event of non-participation in Board meetings – see attached document)
- Short presentation on EuroKids: Brief introductory presentation on EuroKids’ services and activities organised by its General Manager George Betts
- Report of the Auditors
- Discharge of the Board
- Appointment of Auditor(s) for the 2019/2020 financial year
- Election of Board Members
The Parents’ Association is run by a board composed of 15 members elected by all members at the AGA for a 2-year mandate. This year, 6 board members will run for re-election; at least 3 new members will also run for election.
The Parents’ Association board meets monthly (usually on the first Monday or Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm) to discuss relevant issues and vote as needed on projects to undertake. Throughout the year board members are asked to actively participate or lead our various projects.
Our main activities include:
- organization of events(most notably Carnival and Summerfest);
- cooperation with the school on issues related to special needs children;
- participation in pedagogical committeeswithin the school and at system level to represent parents' interests;
- organization of parent' led projectssuch as stress management workshops in cooperation with teachers;
- communication in order to support our visibility within the community and through our website;
- contribution to families and the school through support of our wholly owned subsidiary EuroKids.
Our mission is to make a difference in supporting families as well as international and cultural understanding of the needs of the children at the European School Frankfurt. We are currently looking for volunteers who can support us with events planning, web design/maintenance, writing for our newsletter and Educational Needs backgrounds. If you would like to support us and you have the time and motivation, we hope you will consider becoming a volunteer!
If you would like more information about the work of the Parents’ Association before you decide to become a member or stand as a candidate for the board, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to meet with you.
We hope to see as many as you as possible at our Assembly!
- Published: 15 September 2019 15 September 2019
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The Parents' Association hopes you have had a nice summer and wishes your children all the best for their start into the new school year!
Das Team vom Elternverein hofft, dass Sie erholsame Sommerferien hatten und wünscht Ihren Kindern alles Gute für den Start ins neue Schuljahr!
- Published: 07 October 2019 07 October 2019
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The Welcome Center Hessen is presenting information on the Rhine-Main job market and the service they are offering for newcomers in Frankfurt. The event takes place on Tuesday, 15 October 2019, from 13:30 to 15:00, in the cinema room of the ECB main building. See below for registrations.
At the event you will learn more about:
- The job market in the Rhine-Main area
- The service offer of Welcome Center Hessen
- The team of consultants
The presentation will be delivered by Ann-Marie Bennemann, Jacqueline Nyalwal, Alberto Coronado and Julia Sternberg from the Welcome Center Hessen.
If you would like to attend the session, please register by Friday, 11 October 2019 directly via email to the ECB’s Staff Info Point (email@example.com) or ask your ECB spouse/partner to register you via the link provided in the ECB Intranet article published on 30 September 2019 under People Matters. Remember that for attending the event at the ECB it’s essential to bring a passport or picture ID! Visitor badges will be organised centrally and handed out at the welcome desk.
Please note: This event by Welcome Center Hessen is open to all parents of the ESF, not only to spouses or partners of ECB staff members. Registrations can be made directly via the Staff Info Point (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information evening: Everything you need to know about the the admission process to US and UK universities
- Published: 15 September 2019 15 September 2019
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Following the very successful Universities Abroad: Application Support seminar, we would like to invite you to an upcoming event where alumni of top universities will give direct tips and share experiences with students interested in the admission process of US and UK universities.
The event is free of charge and will be held in English.
For further details, please see below the short description, including a link for registration.
We are looking forward to seeing you there,
Linda Boros and the PA organisation team
Everything you need to know about the Application Process
Date and venue: 17th of September at the Hilton Garden Inn City Centre at 6.30pm
Description: Is Harvard, Stanford, Oxford or Cambridge in your future? Do you potentially want to study in the US or the UK but aren't sure how and where?
Special Guest Lauren Harrison, who studied at Yale (Bachelor), Havard (Master) and Oxford (Ph.D.), will share her experiences with you and answer all your questions!
US and UK universities are the hubs of innovation and the best places in the world for accelerating ambitions and providing unmatched career-building opportunities.
The application process is highly competitive but gaining admission is still possible, especially if you have the right guidance. We can help you get there!
Sign up link: https://usandukfrankfurt.eventbrite.com