Certification Commission

Certification Commission

Studied physics, chemistry, biology, algebra, geometry, mathematics, foreign languages, literature and world culture. Three forms of learning – full-time, Saturday and stationary (board), contribute to the high school organization. Classes in school daily from Monday to Friday. Lessons last for 40 minutes and do not differ from those held in schools in their homeland. For the little ones opened the preparatory group.

Toddlers are learning to read, think and draw, sing funny songs and make a fascinating walks in the park. Classroom is equipped with video equipment. In the arsenal of the guys a lot of interesting stories, books, coloring, puzzles. Soft toys create a special warmth and help children have fun changes. Saturday School is designed for children enrolled in daily Portuguese schools. On Saturdays, children accumulate and deepen their knowledge, and further study native language, history, geography and culture of the country. The guesthouse offers training for students who live in areas more than 100 miles from the Greater Lisbon.

Five days they spend in the hostel, along with educator, which helps children prepare for the lessons and organizing leisure activities. And on weekends, if desired, they can go home. All students in the first Slavic school for a year to adapt to the curriculum. In-depth study of the Portuguese language ensures the entry and subsequent successful teaching in higher education institutions in Portugal. The first Slavic school is a transmission link between academic knowledge institutions in Russia and Ukraine, and students within the territory of Portugal. At the end of the school year, students receive documents that meet the standards of the Ministry of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, issued on the basis of results of tests approved by the Certification Commission. All contact information can be found on our website "Russian Portugal", as well as lots of useful information on buying real estate, health care, business registration and just about the life of immigrants in Portugal!

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