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: 11 January 2019 11 January 2019
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Parent feedback has been essential to the continued improvement of EuroKids services.
The results from our 2018 parent survey related to Extra Curricular and Transport Services can be found under this link.
These results reflect many positive improvements since 2017 and action points based on areas highlighted as in need of further development can also be found at the end of the survey.
To help us continue to better develop our services for the parents and children we are hosting the EuroKids Information and Feedback Event on Thursday 31st January 2019, 19.00-20.30 in Activities Area of the EuroKids Village.
- Published: 22 November 2018 22 November 2018
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As usual, school finishes at 11a.m. for all children on 21st December 2018, the last day of school before the winter break. Childminding is offering an early childcare directly after the end of the school day. Only parents whose children are duly registered in Childminding can make use of this service. This day will be charged separately and cost an additional 15 Euros, including lunch.
In order to plan the lunch in the school canteen accordingly, please register your children in advance at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In this message indicate allergies or other specific dietary requirements.
The deadline for applications is December 7th, 2018. Please note that we cannot offer Childminding for children who have not been specifically registered for this day.
Childminding closes at 6.15p.m.
Your Childminding Team
- Published: 14 October 2018 14 October 2018
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The ESF talk at the ECB main building on 24 October examines the facts and fiction surrounding first drug experiences
The European School Frankfurt (ESF) and the Parents’ Association invite parents to a talk focusing on “The highs of youth and substance abuse – the facts and the fiction surrounding first drug experiences” on Wednesday, 24 October at 18:00 in the Cinema room (C5.02) of the ECB main building.
The speaker is Ms Stephanie Köster, a graduate of Social Sciences, who has worked for many years with young people in the field of substance abuse and its prevention. For the last six years, she has worked for the Fachstelle Prävention, Frankfurt, presenting workshops for both students and parents.
- Published: 24 October 2018 24 October 2018
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- Published: 09 October 2018 09 October 2018
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On September 26, 2018, Mr Patscheider, School Director, Delphine Braun, PA President, and George Betts, EuroKids General Manager, signed a Cooperation Agreement together.
This well thought out agreement ensures that the liabilities of each party are clearly stated and transparent when it comes to knowing exactly who is responsible for the children, especially in transitional periods between the bus and school or school and activities/childminding. Amongst other things, it defines and highlights the school's provision of rooms required for the extra curricular programme with a view to future development.
This agreement contributes to the security and the stability of the relationship of all those responsible for the school and after-school life of the children. It represents a real improvement and increases transparency in the relationship of all parties involved, both benefitting and strengthening the school community.