Starting January 2021

Extracurricular

Activities

Feydey Education Group developed weekly activities for different age groups of students to take them beyond K – 12 curriculum. These activities that are mix of fun and exciting lectures, workshops, discussions and games are designed to develop and strengthen life, social and character skills that can not be learned through academic program.

 
  • Included in every GSE Package
  • 3 Times a week
  • Limited amount of students per session (For maximum engagment)
  • Free of choice attandance

Workshops

Our workshops presented by native English speaking teachers and specialists will include topics that are beneficial for students future in school or outside of it. Any age students is free to join any workshop, but some topics will be aimed at certain age category.

Some of the example topics for younger students:

  • Applications for Education
  • Origami

For older students:

  • CV Building
  • Preparing & Presenting Presentation
  • Business Plan Building
  • Etiquette

Discussions / Debates

Our discussions and debates will be aimed to develop students ability to formulate and share their desires, ideas and points of view, as well as learn to listen to others and open their minds to new.

Some of the example topics for younger students:

  • What do you like to do and can that be a career?
  • Homework should be banned
  • Everyone should do sports

For older students:

  • Social media is bad for community
  • Zoos should be abolished
  • Mac vs PC
  • Impact of racism

Personal Development

Building of a character and personality starts at young age and the most crucial part comes in at Middle / High school ages, that’s why Feydey Education Group think it’s crucial for students to get right information about social and life skills at this moment of their life.

Some of the example topics for younger students:

  • Reducing test anxiety
  • Time Management
  • Healthy relationships

For older students:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Social Skills training
  • Transitions/Adjustment
  • Mental Health

Game Nights

Developing games are a great way for students to get to know each other from all over the world.

Some of the example games for younger students:

  • Scrabble
  • Hangman

Guest Speakers

On a monthly bases we will invite influential and inspiring people from different fields to talk share their experiences and stories. We believe on top of theory for students to actually see real life examples of people they might be aspiring to be one day will be inspiring and will grow motivation in them. All students are invited and are allowed to ask questions.

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