ESB Parents’ Links
Dr Rose Private Hospital
Private teachers in Óbuda – Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Literature, History
Flowers by Kati
ESB Twin Schools in the UK
We have recently been in contact with an organization in the UK of Hungarian afternoon and weekend mini schools. There are a number of these schools in main cities in the UK, including London, Manchester, Guildford and Southampton. The schools are run either free by volunteers or as private schools with paid classes. They offer tuition for Hungarian ex-pat families living in the UK in Hungarian Language and Literature, as well as monthly community events and are therefore similar to our operation.
These schools may prove useful to any ESB families who move to the UK
They welcome contact with us, and some have put links to us on their websites or Facebook pages.
The four schools that we are in correspondence with currently are the Southampton, the Manchester, the Guildford and the London schools.
- The Southampton school can be found at http://www.magyariskola.co.uk/
- The Manchester school can be found at https://www.facebook.com/ManchesteriMagyarIskola
- The Guildford school can be found at www.magyartanodaguildford.org.uk and https://www.facebook.com/HCAGuildford
- The London schools are at http://www.magyariskola.org.uk/
- The London school is the oldest and the biggest Hungarian school. They sent us their advertising circular. Click here
Samu started attending ESB 6 months ago. He was a complete beginner at the time. Now he speaks in sentences and has a vocabulary of several hundred words. In six months he’s made incredible progress, while also having fun and making new friends.
Orsolya (mother of Samu)
“Our daughter was a little shy when joining ESB, having had very basic English – but she liked the classes from the first moment. After 5 months she is making steady progress and starts to be able to express herself. ESB seems to create good motivation for them and the various activities built around the themes covered keep the children’s interest.”
Anita (mother of Kata)
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