The Parents’ Association supports the family-life balance of our members by offering services like Childminding, Extracurricular Activities, School Buses and Holiday Camps via our subsidiary EuroKids gGmbH. We represent the voice of all ESF Parents in a variety of committees and support the school on everything that happens outside the classroom and contributes to the school community.
- Published: 17 February 2017 17 February 2017
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2017 began with an inspection of the educational support program. Prior to the Inspectors’ visit, the Parents’ Association asked you to share your experiences with educational support received by your children. We would like to thank you for replying to the survey, especially taking into consideration the time constraints. Without disclosing individual problems, the summary of received comments was passed to the Inspectors as well as the ESF Directors.
- Published: 12 February 2017 12 February 2017
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We are extending our support for the ESF community by opening a new section on this website where we will post various resources that may help you to better fulfil the difficult and sometimes ungrateful role of being a parent. The idea is to share materials on many subjects we all need to deal with on a daily basis: how to communicate successfully with our children, how to support those who suffer from anxiety, how to instil self-esteem, how to motivate the child, how to recognise an eating disorder... We appreciate your feedback and suggestions for other materials.
We hope that with your support this section will grow into a rich multilingual library, for the benefit of all parents and children at the ESF.
- Published: 02 February 2017 02 February 2017
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For pupils who are planning to study in the UK and their parents: please see this comprehensive presentation on various financial aspects - tuition fees, student loans, fee status and sources of funding, by Holly Smith from Sussex University.
Status: January 2017 (please bear in mind that the situation may well change in the next few months).
- Published: 28 November 2016 28 November 2016
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If you have children, you might wonder how you can protect them from some of the darker corners of the online world. Technology, games and apps are changing all the time and children move from site to site. How can you keep up? What’s the best way to tell what’s safe and what’s not? How can you ensure they don’t see something they can never unsee?