ArmInfo. Within the educational program of the British Council Generation of Change, an English club was opened in Vanadzor School No. 3 on November 7, where children aged 9-16 will have the opportunity to learn English and develop their skills. HSBC Bank Armenia assists in the implementation of the "Generation of Change" program, according to the press service of the Bank.
According to the source, within the framework of the program 200 children will have the opportunity to get involved in the work of the club. And about 40 teachers will undergo retraining lessons in the British Council, after which some of them will be involved in the club to ensure the effectiveness of the work.
For its part, the British Council has provided the club with more than 50 books. "Children will have the opportunity to use the program of the British Council" Learning English by reading stories ", which will contribute to the deepening of knowledge of the English language and the development of the worldview," the Bank said in its official message. In addition, within the framework of the club, children will also get acquainted with the basics of social entrepreneurship, get knowledge about business and learn what impact the community has on development.
Particularly, Deputy Minister of Education and Science David Saakyan, Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Bank Armenia Paul Edgar and Director of the Armenian Office of the British Council Arevik Saribekyan attended the opening of the English club in Vanadzor.
More detailed information can be found on the website of www.britishcouncil.am or contact Arevik Badalyan, the public relations officer of the Armenian Council of the British Council, by calling 055 00 88 58, 010 55 29 45 (5104) or by writing to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
To recall, HSBC Bank Armenia CJSC, a member of the HSBC Bank plc group, was registered by the Central Bank on June 20, 1995. Shareholders of the Bank are HSBC Europe BV with a 70% equity interest and 30% Wings Establishment.