- Published: 16 September 2018 16 September 2018
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The Parents’ Association would like to welcome you in the European School for a coffee croissant event on October 2nd from 8:30 to 10:00 in the secondary canteen!
In order for you to get to know other parents, to gather information about the school, the afternoon activities for your children, and also to get practical information about life in Frankfurt (where to find doctors who speak foreign languages? where to find information about jobs?), we invite you to our welcome morning coffee.
This will be a perfect occasion to talk to others who have been living here for some time and who are eager to give some tips about the city.
This will also be an opportunity for you to get to know the Parents’ Association, and to discover what we offer you and your children.
We would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance to this morning coffee by no later than 24 September 2018.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
The Parents’ Association
- Published: 30 August 2018 30 August 2018
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During the Summer Holidays children had the opportunity to choose their own themes and decorate the EuroKids village (opposite the main entrance to the school) in a graffiti project. We have also included a sneak preview of the new developments at the EuroKids village and listed below some creative and much requested additions to our 2018-2019 programme which have just been released -
- Published: 16 June 2018 16 June 2018
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In the talk “The Student Who Cannot Learn Like the Others: Discovering and Developing the Strengths of a Unique Mind”, we discussed the diversity and complexity of learning styles. This one hour talk was meant to challenge the common view that students challenged in learning have “disorders”, and provide evidence that a unique way of thinking that can be advantageous and successful in other aspects of their lives outside of the classroom. Our viewpoints on learning styles, and how we educate our learning diverse children about why they face challenges in the traditional classroom have an enormous impact on their self identity and confidence. We as parents have the responsibility to better understand our child’s learning challenges, and to advocate and work together with the school and other parents so that they can experience success.
- Published: 05 July 2018 05 July 2018
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On behalf of the board of the PA, I have the pleasure to welcome you to our annual summer party.
This party has only been made possible due to the commitment of 3 members of the board, whom I would like to thank here: our VP Catherine Brodie, Wendy Robertet and Piller Krizstian. They have been actively supported by Enrica Tirelli and a very nice Hungarian team with Boros Linda and Farkas Emese.
I also want to include in my thanks the team of the childminding, the security, the Hausmeisters, the wider team of volunteers who have given us their time and energy and last but not least, our Eurokids team with Felix Walderdorff and George Betts.
So a big big thank you to you as you are the ones who make this great party possible.
- Published: 07 June 2018 07 June 2018
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Saturday, June 23
This event is for the entire school community - teachers, students, staff, even prospective students and extended family are welcome! All of this, however, is not possible without YOU!