The APEEE Community Fund needs two volunteer parents to join the Community Fund Committee.
The purpose of the Fund is to support funding requests from any member of the school community (student, teacher, parent, staff member) – for projects which bring positive benefits to the school. Examples of previous projects can be seen on our website >
We are looking for members who are open minded, creative, willing to engage with the students and school to develop new project to enhance the school community. The Committee meets once a month to discuss and analyse projects.
If interested, please send by 1 December 2022 applications to email@example.com presenting your motivation and the linguistic section of your children.
The purpose of the APEEE’s Community Fund is to support funding requests from any member of the school community (student, teacher, parent, staff member) – for projects and events which bring positive benefits to the school. Examples of projects financed so far include cultural activities (e.g. Holocaust Remembrance Day, philosophy events, storytelling workshops, initiation to Irish traditional dance, music workshops, theatre performances, access to the archive of the National Theatre in London, etc.), projects to improve the school environment (e.g. school radio, KiVa, picnic tables, sensory path hallways in nursery, gardening project, etc.), well-being (e.g. Kiva and other anti-bullying projects, development of emotional intelligence in primary) and school representation (e.g. participation of students to external events).
You can discover more examples of projects financed by the Community Fund by clicking here >
The Community Fund is administrated by a Committee of parents (“The Community Fund Committee”): Cerasela Botoroaga (English section), Sarah Ironside (English section), Dan Nicolae (Romanian Section), Dana Puia Morel (English section) and Mariana Ghitoi – Chair of the Community Fund (Romanian section).