Russian Club for Primary and Secondary Schools in Scotland
Thanks to an initiative by Jenny Carr, organiser of The Scotland-Russia Forum, with support of Glasgow City Council and in cooperation with Russian centre Haven, the first-in-Scotland Russian Club opened its doors for secondary school students in Shawlands Academy on the 23rd of May. The purpose of the Club is to promote Russian culture and language. It is achieved through adventurous educational journeys and creative projects. We visit theatres, communicate with peers from Glasgow’s twin-city Rostov, we “launched” the club travel agency “Golden tours” and do virtual tours to Russia – this is how we learn language and contemporary Russian culture and this is just the beginning. We are planning dozens of other exciting events from film shooting to travel to Russia.
Teachers from the Russian School at Russian centre Haven are organising the classes.
Dear parents of children of 11-15 years old, we welcome your Russian speaking kids to our Club. This is a tremendous way to make new friends, exchange language skills and have a great time.