Past events

Dental Care

On the 17th of September, PORG was full of bright light because our kids practiced their brushing skills with the help of the Dental Specialists who came to teach us about the importance of taking care of our teeth. The children learned the names and descriptions of each tooth. The tooth fairy will be very happy to find healthy, strong white teeth under their pillows. 

Kindergarten Graduation

It’s time to say goodbye. Our year has come to the end. We’ve been watching your child learning and growing and changing day after day. We believe that all the things that we’ve done and learnt, will help them in their life. Knighthood proved what our students are capable of and showed how skilled they are in English language.

We have some children leaving the kindergarten to become primary pupils. Some children will continue as kindergarten students. We wish you all the best of luck and a lot of success in your future studies! Always remember to work hard and never give up!

Three Little Pigs!

On 17th December our kindergarten children saw short story performed by student of Elementary school.  The play was called "Three little pigs". Kindergarten children had a lot of fun and they were so excited that they also want to rehearse a performance immediately. We look forward to seeing them at our kindergarten again!

St. Nicolas Day

On 6th December, we had the pleasure to have St. Nicolas visit us. But as you know, he never comes alone, the Angel and devil tagged along too. Luckily all the kids in kindergarten have been well-behaved all year and I'm happy to say, no one was given coal or taken by the devil. We are all safe and sound. Even though some were scared, it all turned out well when he started to give everyone some gifts. Smiles as wide as goal posts were seen all around. We hope everyone behaves, he's coming again next year. 


Halloween is celebrated every year in such genuine spirit that it has become the second largest festival after Christmas. 

It is the most popular festival for children because they usually get a huge amount of sweets. 

The tradition of Halloween is maintained mainly in American countries, but we tried to celebrate this holiday in Czech republic too and teach children about it.

 We had a lot of fun all day. 


„Wee woo“ sound was heard on 14th October at PORG. Rescuers dropped in to show the first aid in progress to kids and then kids were trying to save teddy bears´ and baby dolls´ lives. At the end of the program, children were allowed to get in the ambulance and turned the sirens on. ​

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