You can find daily information about us on our social media.
by Monika Hrušková
We want to keep up with time and we want you to have access to the latest information from our school. This is why we are working on our profiles on social networks this year. In addition to the previously existing Facebook, you will find us most recently on Instagram. On both profiles, we acquaint our subscribers a few times a week with what's going on at school. If you follow us, you will not miss out on any important information. Through our photos you can also see what our school events look like and find out a lot of interesting things from ISO, information, for example, about our various projects. Obviously, safety is extremely important, so we consider it our duty to constantly talk to children about social networks and the potential risks of using them. We recommend that you keep an eye on whether and how your kids use Facebook or Instagram. Remember the statutory age limit, which is likely to increase to 15 years in the Czech Republic, with 13 years of age being allowed to use social networks with the consent of parents.
In addition to Facebook and Instagram, of course, once a month, you'll still find the most important news in our newsletter. We also recommend keeping an eye on the school website which we are constantly improving, making it both clearer and more interesting. For example, we recently updated photos on the home page. In February, we launched a new site about school houses. So, if you don’t know yet how and why the houses at our school work or why they have the names Foxes, Matildas, Twits, and Wonkas, then this section is just for you.
Anyway if you have any further ideas on how to improve our website or social media, we’ll be happy to hear your tips.
They will gain perfect knowledge of English.
Your child will become a global citizen with wide understanding of local and international topics.
We put a strong emphasis on the development on subject specific skills rather than on acquisition of knowledge.
Emphasis on skills development (not just memorising).
Individual approach; school’s ability to motivate for improvement.
Your child will be excited to come to school.