CONVERSATION CLASSES FOR RUSSIAN-SPEAKING PARENTS OF LANGUAGE IMMERSION PUPILS – ‘The Key to Estonian 2021’

05.10.2021   17:30
Rävala pst.5, 6 korrus

These classes are designed especially for Russian-speaking parents of pupils attending language immersions schools or kindergartens or enrolled in Estonian-language schools, so as to give the parents the chance to learn and practise Estonian based on the language immersion approach. We’ll be sharing our problems and concerns and discussing what unites us: language immersion, supporting our children, choosing suitable educational institutions and transferring between them, plus other education-related matters. The classes will occasionally be attended by language immersion experts, who’ll answer any questions and join in on discussions. Some of the classes will be held in exciting cultural venues. ‘The Key to Estonian’, which was established in 2019, offers language practice through a variety of activities and organises events and excursions.  

Min. language level required: B1 

When: Tuesdays from September-December (starting on 28 September) from 17:30-19:00  

Max. no. of participants: 16 

Where: Estonian Language Centre, Tallinn (‘Ookean’ room; Rävala pst 5, 6th floor) 

Contact person/organiser: Ruth Ristmägi (ristmagi.ruth@gmail.com

Registration:https://forms.gle/SsJCMA7ye7u57vFd9

Health safety: In organising language courses, Estonian Language Houses are guided by the current requirements put in place to stop the spread of coronavirus. Only people who present the certificate to prove that they (1) are vaccinated, (2) have been recovered from COVID-19, or (3) have got negative result of PCR test (valid for 72 h) or rapid antigen test (valid for 48 h) can take part in events.

The COVID certificates of all attendants will be checked at the entrance, please bring your identity document with you as well.

The certificate can be submitted in both paper and digital form (eg from smartphone).

There is no on-site testing available.

Additional information:

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