The members of the council Ilze Termanis, Trudy Keith, Livija Caune-Kažocina and Daunis Auers will meet formally three times a year and will also attend events and visit the school. King’s College Latvia’s School Council held their first meeting last Monday 22nd May. The members of the Council had the opportunity to establish the main…Details
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Last Day of Term
The last day of term of our first ever year at King's College Latvia was on June 13th.
Our chef cooked a fantastic barbecue and all the pupils, teachers and parents assembled at the school to celebrate what has been a fantastic first year. It was wonderful to spend the afternoon with our King's College Latvia family.
We wish you all a very happy and relaxing summer. Our first year has been amazing and it's all thanks to the wonderful school community.
What could be more fun than sharing the joy of reading with your friends and classmates?
At King's College Latvia, we use the Reading Cloud, which allows students to keep a record of the books that they have read and for others to see them. It's great to see our pupils inspiring each other to read more!
Our amazing pupil librarians have been at work every morning! They register all of our books in the system and are able to take them out afterwards for reading. Thanks to our reliable and enthusiastic students for running the school library!
Visit to the Embassy of Ireland in Latvia
On Europe Day, May 9th, our students visited the Embassy of Ireland in Latvia during their Open Door Day. The students participated in a quiz about Ireland, saw a performance by a traditional Irish dance group and found out more about the Embassy's daily activities. What a great trip!
Royal Wedding Celebrations
Our Royal Wedding Celebrations were great fun. We all wrote letters to Prince Harry and Meghan, had fun with our balloon bounce, dressed to impress and ate too much cake. It was just like being at a real wedding. Thanks to mums and dads who joined us.
Year 2 Scientists
Our students are real scientists! Year 2 love learning about the outdoors. After exploring nature, they filled in the Investigation Form documenting their observations and finding out more in the books about nature and science. We also celebrated the UN’s International Day for Biological Diversity on 22nd May!