- Published: 07 October 2019 07 October 2019
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The Welcome Center Hessen is presenting information on the Rhine-Main job market and the service they are offering for newcomers in Frankfurt. The event takes place on Tuesday, 15 October 2019, from 13:30 to 15:00, in the cinema room of the ECB main building. See below for registrations.
At the event you will learn more about:
- The job market in the Rhine-Main area
- The service offer of Welcome Center Hessen
- The team of consultants
The presentation will be delivered by Ann-Marie Bennemann, Jacqueline Nyalwal, Alberto Coronado and Julia Sternberg from the Welcome Center Hessen.
If you would like to attend the session, please register by Friday, 11 October 2019 directly via email to the ECB’s Staff Info Point (firstname.lastname@example.org) or ask your ECB spouse/partner to register you via the link provided in the ECB Intranet article published on 30 September 2019 under People Matters. Remember that for attending the event at the ECB it’s essential to bring a passport or picture ID! Visitor badges will be organised centrally and handed out at the welcome desk.
Please note: This event by Welcome Center Hessen is open to all parents of the ESF, not only to spouses or partners of ECB staff members. Registrations can be made directly via the Staff Info Point (email@example.com).
- Published: 15 September 2019 15 September 2019
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The Parents' Association hopes you have had a nice summer and wishes your children all the best for their start into the new school year!
Das Team vom Elternverein hofft, dass Sie erholsame Sommerferien hatten und wünscht Ihren Kindern alles Gute für den Start ins neue Schuljahr!
- Published: 30 August 2019 30 August 2019
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Dear Parents, Teachers, and Students,
The Parents' Association of the European School of Frankfort, in cooperation with Dys of Frankfort and European School, has the great honor to host the renowned Professor Olivier Revol for a cycle of conferences:
- Educating Adolescents in the 21. Century, the new codes.
Computers, sexuality, lack of motivation for school.
Thursday 26 September, 19:00 in the Aula of the European School - Praunheimer Weg 126 - 60439 Frankfurt am Main. Conference in English. *** SOLD OUT ***
- S'épanouir à l'école, une idée folle ?
Accompagner à l'école l'enfant porteur de troubles DYS, de TDA/H ou de Haut Potentiel.
Wednesday 25 September, 19:30 in Lycée Francais Victor Hugo - Gontardstraße 11, 60488 Frankfurt am Main. Conference in French.
Olivier REVOL is the Head of Department of Child Neuropsychiatry at the Neurological Hospital at University Hostpital of Lyon since 2005 and teaches at the University Lyon 1. He is also responsible for the Learning Disorders Reference Center at this institution.
Psychiatrist by training, he specialises in child and adolescent. To better understand the mechanisms underlying learning disabilities, he undertook a study trip to Canada (Montreal University and Saint Justine Hospital) in 1995, where he completed a master's degree in pediatric neuropsychology.
Olivier Revol's clinical areas of interest are above all the academic difficulties of children and adolescents and their care. He has written several books for the general public where he finds the right words to help parents and teachers who feel helpless in facing difficult situations. This work also focuses on hyperactivity, gifted children and depression.
He is the author of numerous scientific publications in the specialized press and has presented his work at many international congresses. A speaker for more than twenty years, his vocation is to ensure every child enjoys the pleasure of learning.
For organizational and security reasons, we kindly invite you to register by no later than Sunday 15 September, using the following links:
- Conference European School / ESF - Thursday 26 September : inscription *** SOLD OUT ***
- Conference French School / LFVH - Wednesday 25 September : inscription
We look forward to welcoming you for these exceptional talks!
Christine Legendre on behalf of ESF Parents Association.
Damaris Brun on behalf of Dys à Francfort e.V.
Chers parents, chers enseignants, chers élèves,
L’Association des parents d’élèves de l'Ecole Européenne de Francfort - en coopération avec Dys à Francfort et le Lycée Français Victor Hugo - a le plaisir de recevoir le Professeur Olivier Revol, Neuropédiatre de renom à l'Hôpital Neurologique de Lyon et Responsable du Centre de Référence des Troubles d'Apprentissage dans cet établissement, pour deux conférences les 25 & 26 Septembre 2019.
Nous vous convions :
Le mercredi 25 Septembre au Lycée Francais Victor Hugo - Gontardstraße 11, 60488 Frankfurt am Main - à 19h30 (conférence en Français)
"S'épanouir à l'école, une idée folle ?
Accompagner à l'école l'enfant porteur de troubles DYS, de TDA/H ou Haut Potentiel.
Le jeudi 26 Septembre à l'École Européenne - Praunheimer Weg 126, 60439 Frankfurt am Main - à 19h00 (Conférence en Anglais) *** SOLD OUT ***
"Educating Adolescents in the 21. Century.
The new codes » : Computers, sexuality, lack of motivation for school.
Pour des raisons de sécurité, nous sommes dans l'obligation de vous demander de vous inscrire jusqu'au 15 septembre prochain en cliquant sur les liens suivants :
Conférence du 25 Septembre au LFVH : inscription
Conférence du 26 Septembre à l'École Européenne : inscription *** SOLD OUT ***
Vous trouverez en pièce jointe notre invitation ainsi qu'une biographie détaillée si vous voulez en savoir plus sur Olivier Revol.
Nous nous réjouissons de vous accueillir nombreux pour ces conférences qui s'annoncent exceptionnelles !
Damaris Brun pour l'Association Dys à francfort e.V.
Christine Legendre pour L'Association des Parents d'Élèves de l'École Européenne
Information evening: Everything you need to know about the the admission process to US and UK universities
- Published: 15 September 2019 15 September 2019
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Following the very successful Universities Abroad: Application Support seminar, we would like to invite you to an upcoming event where alumni of top universities will give direct tips and share experiences with students interested in the admission process of US and UK universities.
The event is free of charge and will be held in English.
For further details, please see below the short description, including a link for registration.
We are looking forward to seeing you there,
Linda Boros and the PA organisation team
Everything you need to know about the Application Process
Date and venue: 17th of September at the Hilton Garden Inn City Centre at 6.30pm
Description: Is Harvard, Stanford, Oxford or Cambridge in your future? Do you potentially want to study in the US or the UK but aren't sure how and where?
Special Guest Lauren Harrison, who studied at Yale (Bachelor), Havard (Master) and Oxford (Ph.D.), will share her experiences with you and answer all your questions!
US and UK universities are the hubs of innovation and the best places in the world for accelerating ambitions and providing unmatched career-building opportunities.
The application process is highly competitive but gaining admission is still possible, especially if you have the right guidance. We can help you get there!
Sign up link: https://usandukfrankfurt.eventbrite.com
- Published: 31 July 2019 31 July 2019
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We wanted to share the many projects led and sponsored by the Parents' Association in the last few months. First off, our new logo was launched in the spring and we updated our brochure. Read more about the process here. We also ended the school term with a thank you gift for all teachers and staff. Over 400 mini cupcakes were hand delivered to lounges as a token of parent appreciation and were very well received. We also put together transition gifts for the pre-primary classes entering the primary cycle which were presented at a ceremony on June 27th.
The annual Summerfest broke records in terms of attendance and was a success. As our school grows, so do the financial and organisational responsibilities from the PA side. For this reason, we plan to review and make recommendations on how to better execute an event of this size and scope for 2020.
Other projects you have made possible include Ipads for Primary and Pre-Primary, laptops for secondary, playground equipment for primary and much more .... All these projects are financed directly by your membership dues.
In the fall we will kick off the school year with a welcome coffee for new parents on September 17th at 8:30 am in the secondary canteen. Our Annual General Assembly will take place on October 17th in the Aula. Please save the date to mix and mingle with other parents and to learn more about how we support you and your children throughout the year with a wide range of issues such as Brexit, the new marking system, local teacher recruitment, mindfulness & stress management workshops. Your presence ensures your vote in shaping the future of the PA board.
Until then, we wish you all a relaxing summer vacation.
Your Parents' Association
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