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Happy Chinese New Year - 2019 celebration in Exeter Language Club
Happy Chinese New Year - 2019 celebration in Exeter Language Club

Exeter Language Club is hosting Chinese New Year Celebration again. The event is for our children, who attend Chinese Mandarin classes and Chinese Art classes, and their families....

Russian Fairytale Christmas is coming to Exeter again!
Russian Fairytale Christmas is coming to Exeter again!

Exeter Language Club together with the Exeter-Yaroslavl Twinning Association are very pleased to invite the children and adults of Exeter to join us this Christmas season. Our Russian Folk themed Fairytale pantomime is a MUST for your festivities list!...

Russian language, Chinese Mandarin language, and Chinese Art clubs scheduling for 2018-2019.
Russian language, Chinese Mandarin language, and Chinese Art clubs scheduling for 2018-2019.

Launched in January 2018, Exeter Language club has successfully finished its first school year.  53 Certificates of Achievement were issued to the children of Exeter and Devon who were studying Russian language, Chinese Mandarin Language and Chinese Art during the Spring and Summer term. We are looking forward to seeing them all back after the Summer Holidays. We are also opening extra groups and have more spaces available from September....

Orthodox Easter week celebration, spring workshops and fun for children and adults of Exeter
Orthodox Easter week celebration, spring workshops and fun for children and adults of Exeter

Join Exeter Language Club Orthodox Easter week selebration, workshops and fun for children and parents of Exeter and Devon on the 15th of April 2018. The event is prepared by the Russian language Club together with the Exeter Yaroslavl Twinning Association, and is dedicated to the Orthodox Easter (Pascha) (Православная Пасха) and Radonitsa (Красная Горка) that is celebrated in Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Cyprus, Rumania and some other countries. During the event everyone can learn what are the differences between the Orthodox Easter traditions, Catholic Easter traditions and the Easter celebration of how we know it here, in the UK....

Chinese New Year in Exeter Language Club
Chinese New Year in Exeter Language Club

With the Chinese New Year approaching, and following the success of our Russian New Year celebration, our Chinese Saturday School is offering a very special family event on the 24th of February in central Exeter. There will be traditional Chinese entertainment for children and families and Chinese food, provided by local businesses. The Chinese New Year 2018 is the Year of the Dog. People born in the year of the Dog are meant to be true, honest, loyal and reliable....

The Russian schemed “Old” New Year children party at Exeter Language Club
The Russian schemed “Old” New Year children party at Exeter Language Club

Exeter Language Club had its first public event on Saturday 13th of January 2018. Exeter Expats community enthusiasts have organised parents and children afternoon, with the children pantomime themed to the Russian New Year celebration, followed by the children disco. The Lord Mayor of Exeter Councillor Lesley Robson and the Councillor Rob Hannaford have attended the opening....

A unique approach to family learning
A unique approach to family learning

It is quite common to have families where parents with different heritage background choose to communicate between themselves and with their children using one language. Usually the language is chosen based on practical knowledge of both parents and applicability to the environment the family is in....

Exeter Language Club is born!
Exeter Language Club is born!

Exeter Language Club will open its doors to pupils in January 2018. We already have a massive interest and are taking bookings. The idea came from a group of enthusiastic mothers in Exeter, who have multicultural backgrounds and young children who are keen to learn the language of their parents and grandparents....

Learning new languages and dementia
Learning new languages and dementia

Latest studies show that keeping the brain active helps to delay or even possibly prevent dementia at an older age. Alongside different activities like exercise and a healthy lifestyle, constant engagement in mental activity is essential for a prolonged quality living....

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