Russian Martial art Festival Saturday 11th September 2010
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The RCS Haven Language School offers distance learning in English. The lessons are taught by fully qualified, native English speakers. There are both group classes and one-to-one tuition available. We offer tuition from beginners to advanced level using the latest technology for effective learning. The new semester begins in September for more details e-mail us at [email protected] INTRODUTORY LESSONClick here
Dear Parents and Members of RCS Haven! Thanks for joining us for a joint celebration of â€˜Spring Day' and 'Victory Day'. There was a children's matinee with a light performance and a poetry reading competition which was open to all children. There was a tea ceremony and a selection of music with karaoke. The event took place on Saturday 8th May at 12 noon in the Scout Hall on Victoria Circus, Dowanhill, Glasgow, G12 9LB. Map
Russian Centre in Scotland Haven. "Problems and perspectives of preserving Russian language and cultural traditions in Scotlandâ€ More..
TATIANA AND SERGEY NIKITINY Exclusive meeting with Russian Edinburgh pupils (morning) Exclusive concert "Dialogue by the New Year Tree" at 4 pm at Balmoral Hotel (Holyrood suite) Tickets:
There will be a traditional Russian New Year celebration for the pupils of the Russian School of RCS Haven, and for the children of our members, with visits from Ded Moroz (Santa Claus) and Snegurochka, and presents for the children. The event takes place on Saturday 16th January at 12 noon in the Scout Hall on Victoria Circus, Dowanhill, Glasgow, G12 9LB.Map
We were privileged to receive a visit from Aleksei Gromyko on 17th November. As well as admiring the art we have on display at the centre, Aleksei, Director of the European Programmes of ‘Russkiy Mir’, met with the representatives at University of Glasgow in order to discuss the possibility of opening a ‘Russkiy Mir’ centre at the university.
On November 16, Head of European Programs at the Russkiy Mir Foundation Alexei Gromyko visited Durham University to meet its Vice-Chancellor Christopher F. Higgins and other representatives. The parties discussed establishment of a Russian Center at the university premises. This initiative came as a result of a cooperation agreement signed by the two institutions in 2009. In the frame of this visit Alexei Gromyko and Senior Russian Professor of the Russian Language Department Marianna Kaymanova conducted a seminar for four-year students of the department. In 2009 over 50 first-year students of Durham University decided to specialize in the Russian language. On November 17 Alexei Gromyko visited The University of Edinburgh, which will see the launch of a Russian Center in spring 2010. This initiative is also being supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation. At present the Russian language is taught to nearly 70 students of the university.
An exhibition of paintings by the pupils and teachers of our Russian school is currently underway at our centre at 11 Duke Street. Please feel free to come along and admire the works. We are sure that you will enjoy them as much as we do! more