Rotary Club of Kilmarnock
Information about the annual Euroscola trip to the European Parliament which the club have supported for many years, nominating an eminent French speaking 6th year pupil to represent us.
Rotary clubs throughout Scotland are putting together an exciting opportunity for Sixth Year pupils. The project is based round the Euroscola day at the European Parliament.
The Euroscola day is hosted 10 times a year by the European Parliament in Brussels or Strasbourg. Around 500 young people from across the EU take part in a day of presentations, questions, discussions and voting on issues relevant to them. The day is multi-lingual with the expectation that all participants can communicate in French and English.
The day is led by officials of the Parliament and is structured to ensure all young people participate to the full. It is a prestigious event with the young people being treated very much as MEPs: sitting in the main debating chamber; using electronic voting etc.
Scottish students will be travelling in February 2012 with selections taking place in October/November 2011.
Kilmarnock Rotary Club will be issuing invitations to our local Secondary Schools in August for the beginning of term but you may make further enquiry or register your interest using the contact form below.
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