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Part.in Latvia2017
Programme Latvia
Presentations
Welcome ceremony
Introduction
Concert
Riga Town Hall
Open Lessons
Sharing experience
Express training
Technical Centre
Happy ArtMuseum
Feedback
Guided tour
Friendship party
Break for music
Invitation
Mass media
Activities 2015/2017
Activities in Latvia 2017

Applicant Organisation

Rīgas Pārdaugavas pamatskola. Riga. Kartupelu. 2 

www.pdps.lv  pdps@riga.lv

02.04. - 09.04.2017

Present organisation

Riga Pardaugava Basic school is situated in the district of Riga city, old Ziepniekkalns. There are 420 students of age 6-16 and 50 teachers.

The school provides two education programs. One of them is for national minorities. We also have designed and have been realizing a special program for pupils with posture disorders since 2003. The school is located in the disadvantaged area - many our studentsí parents are unemployed or working in another country.

More than 60% of our students do not have full families or live with grandparents, stepmothers or stepfathers. The ethnic composition of our students differs - we have Roma, Latvians, Russians, Ukrainians, Syrians and students of other nationalities. Unfortunately , social and basic learning skills of some students are not developed very well. It means that most of our students have a risk of social exclusion in future. Three percent of our students are disabled, as well many of them have psychological and social problems, difficulties in learning. Twelve percent of our students do not get support from their parents, who are basically unemployed.

Our school teachers went through in-service training on special education, we have a special teacher and two speech therapists, medical therapists and a psychologist at school. We regularly share our teaching experience with other colleagues. Our school often holds seminars and international conferences for teachers and parents of the city of Riga. Our school participated in several projects concerning students' low achievements in Maths, languages and Science. The teachers develop individual plans and special syllabus for working with children with special needs and learning problems. The staff has big experience of bilingual education for minority students as an example of the successful integration into society and culture of the country.

Latvia

Irēna Šinkareva

Ludmila Renge

Tatjana Moisejeva

Lena Bizūne Jeļena Černakova

irena.pdps@gmail.com 

ludmila.renge@inbox.lv

moisejeva@pdps.lv

   
     
Valerijs Fiļins Sergejs Mazurs Anna Silova Ivita Freimane Valentina Šamanova
Olga Gubkina Ludmila Nemykina Lidija Lazareva  Jekaterina Horoveca Marina Smarško

27.10.2017

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