An orientation program was organized by the Near East School Pre-school to inform students and their parents about the pre-school education before the school started.

According to the information given by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, information about the education program, contents, classes and social activities were presented to the parents at the meetings held on different days in accordance with the age groups and meetings also attended by class teachers and branch teachers.

The teachers who visited the classes with the parents responded to questions of the parents, gave examples from their work all year round and shared the necessary information about the topics the parents were worried about.

Parents who had the opportunity to meet with class teachers and branch teachers after the general meeting had the opportunity to obtain detailed information about the courses and to make self-evaluation about the schools.

Parents gathered at the Near East Primary School for the informative meeting …

An informative meeting was held in order to inform the parents about the 2018-2019 academic year program and education process, and share the innovations of the new turnover and to ensure the integration of the parents.

At the meeting held with participation of the parents and academic staff, the general objectives of the education period of the Near East Primary School were explained. Information about the programs to be implemented was shared by the parents, as well as informing them about how to support the aims and objectives included in the training program. Later, the details regarding the learning model of bilingual foreign language education developed startng from kindergarten and English language education which is structured in the context of teachers who are English native speakers and life-based activities were explained.

Guidance and Psychological Counseling Unit Teachers shared information on the supportive guidance service and process to help understanding the differences of students as individuals and emphasized the necessary issues to establish the school – family – child triangle in the most beneficial way.