Happy Easter 2021 - PA Newsletter
- Published: 01 April 2021 01 April 2021
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- Published: 21 January 2021 21 January 2021
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Stay safe and train together!
Due to the lockdown, we are currently not offering on-site courses for children at EuroKids. But that is no reason to mope, because luckily, we have already converted a variety of our much-loved courses into online offerings since the beginning of November 2020.
We offer you and your child a variety of online opportunities to meet online with other children during those times away from home. Whether it is sports, music or creative expression, there is something for everyone. The online course offer has been created with younger children in mind (PP-S5 children). Our live online events are a useful replacement or supplement to our on-site events. We will also be expanding our offerings even further soon! and children are welcome to join at any time.
Here you find the link for our online offers:
ABOUT WEB EX:
To participate in an online course, you will need WEB EX. Please download WEB EX before the course starts.
You can find detailed instructions here: WEB EX Anleitung für Eltern.pdf (esfparents.org)
Online Activities Organisation Update:
We have tried to be as flexible as possible with regards to terms and conditions around activities and have listed an overview below:
- Lessons are charged on a monthly basis and can be cancelled on a monthly basis.
- If you wish to cancel online activities for your child in January (i.e. do not attend them starting February), please let us know at email@example.com by Friday 29.01.2020.
- If you wish to continue with online activities in February, there is nothing left to do.
- The online live courses have a duration of 45 minutes. The cost of the courses varies between 8€ and 12€. In case there is just small number of participants in the course, the price may slightly vary. More information can be found under the Online Activities link above.
If you have problems with the registration, just write us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are already looking forward to teaching your child live online!
PA Annual General Assembly 25 November 2020
- Published: 08 November 2020 08 November 2020
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This invitation has been sent to all PA members via email. Please contact us if you are a member and you have not received it.
to the Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Parents’ Association of the European School Frankfurt
which will take place on
25th November 2020 at 18.30.
via Webex videoconference.
Due to the special circumstances and current preventive measures in place, the annual general assembly will be organised remotely, via Webex videoconference. Voting will be organised by using online tool Live Vote.
Instructions about registration to the meeting, access credentials to connect to the Webex, as well as to the voting system will be distributed in due time, prior to the meeting.
Christmas in a Shoebox
- Published: 11 November 2020 11 November 2020
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Christmas in a Shoebox
Weihnachtspäckchen für Kinder in Not
Our school participates every year in the charitable event known “Christmas in a Shoebox" (Weihnachtspäckchen für Kinder in Not). The goal of this campaign is to collect Christmas gifts for children in need, who otherwise would not get any presents at all. The organization Kinderzukunft collects the parcels to be distributed to the beneficiaries.
Kinderzukunft is an established organization in Germany and it supports around 70,000 children in need in countries such as Romania, Bosnia Herzegovina, and the Ukraine. The packages are distributed to orphanages, hospitals, schools, and poor areas. For most of these children, this present might be the only one they receive for Christmas.
You can watch the way of the collected Christmas presents of 2019 here.
You can find the happy children’s photos of 2019 here.
Donation of laptops
- Published: 20 October 2020 20 October 2020
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In the context of the closure of the school in March 2020, and of the rapid organisation of distance learning, the ECB charity EuroHope has played a key role in supporting students and teachers with appropriate IT equipment.
Between mid-April and end-June, more than 230 laptops have been distributed to students and teachers, both from primary and from secondary.