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On December 5, we held the professional workshop day for our Secondary School Program (KP Saturday) titled Unlimited Traditions. In accordance with current pandemic regulations, the program was implemented online.

On the day before the KP Saturday, we also held a Friday event online as well. Within the framework of a cheerful Zoom meeting, we talked to 20 students about online education, preparation for graduation and holidays among other things.

The online professional workshop started with a performance by folk singer-music therapist Julianna Paár. Julianna graduated from the Department of Folk Music of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, then in 2015 she graduated from the Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education of the Eötvös Loránd University as a certified music therapist. The main areas of her activity are the research of the music therapy possibilities of the "musical mother tongue" in the early stages of our personality development, and its role in the mother-child relationship.

During the afternoon, students could choose from two programs. As part of Angloville’s language training, they debated in English and developed their communication skills with the help of native language trainers. Within the framework of the PsziFi program, students participated in psychological-themed workshops held by students of the MCC Psychology School.

Photos from the event can be viewed below. We welcome all our students from the Secondary School Program to our next training event on January 16, which, in keeping with tradition, will be the career orientation day.

Photos by Dávid Réthy.