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The school day starts at 8.30am and finishes at 15.25pm.

 

Events:

King’s College the British School of Latvia in cooperation with the British Council in Latvia invites educators to open classes

Educators from all over Latvia are invited to apply for special open classes at King’s College British school of Latvia. The aim of the project is to share experience and knowledge with the staff of Latvian educational institutions – teachers, principals, etc. and everyone else interested in learning about the British educational model, process and values, and putting the ‘inclusive school’ concept into practice. The language of the event is English, so participants must be able to understand and speak English.

  Topic: Programme: Format of the event:

Number of participants:

1.

“Pupils’ Emotional Health”

 

Time: September 25th 9.00 – 12.30

Place: King’s College British School of Latvia, Turaidas Street 1, Piņķi.

What is Emotional Health?

How to keep track of students’ emotional health?

Parental involvement in the child’s emotional health.

Collaboration with students and problem solving.

School tour.

Seminar with practical examples and engaging activities.

Question and Answer session.

 

Speakers:

Headmaster of the school, Adele Stanford,

Teaching staff,

Students.

10

2.

“Motivating Pupils and Involving Parents in the Learning Process”

 

Time: November 6th, 9.00 – 12.30

Place: King’s College British School of Latvia, Turaidas Street 1, Piņķi.

How to motivate pupils to study?

How to keep the pupils’ attention?

How to encourage parents’ involvement in the learning process?

How can the school successfully build and maintain relationships with parents?

School tour.

Practical classes – participation in lessons.

Question and Answer session.

 

Speakers:

Headmaster of the school, Adele Stanford,

Teaching staff.

15

 

NB! The number of participants is very limited. Pre-registration is mandatory by writing to evelina.paegle@ogilvy.lv or by calling +371 22078927. Project participants will be provided with transport from the centre of Riga to the school and back.

Contact person:

Gita Deniškāne

King’s College British School of Latvia

Public Relations consultant

M: +371 29890433

gita.deniskane@ogilvy.lv

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