To be able to support better for children and families with disabilities, every year, the Bretagne Vietnam Association have a visit on different common project for people with disabilities. During this visit, Mr. Eric Facquet, a vice president, has visited the school with which the students are sponsored the monthly school fee, such as the Future School, Duc Son Care Orphanage Centre and Early Intervention Centre. In particular, in order to understand deeply the family situation in the Parrainage program, Mr. Eric has visited some of difficult cases and awarded small gifts for the children and family, on behalf of their godmother/godfather.

The early intervention center in Hue has achieved lots of progress in teaching and learning in the last quarter. The activities have been still going actively with enthusiastic and regular participation of the children and their families. Many children and their parents have more opportunities to learn and to develop their skills. Through this, we would like to send your deep gratitude to the Bretagne-Vietnam Association always supporting us with the best.

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With the variety of the class activities, the children also find themselves full of excitement to participate in the class where they have the opportunities to get access and to learn more about different topics such as on transportation means, on weather, on undersea animals,… through certain sessions. We would like to say thank you so much to the War Legacies project as well as Ms. Susan Hammond who are always by our side supporting us and bringing real joys to the children and their parents.

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In order to evaluate the results from our common project, Mr. Eric Facquet, co-vice director of Bretagne-Vietnam Association (France) visited Future School, Duc Son special class and Hue Early Intervention for children with disabilities in March. For understanding deeply about children’s condition, Mr. Eric had made home visits to the children in the Parrainage program and donated gifts for families. During this field trip, he also made home investigation to supporting special wheelchair and adaptive equipment for 5 children with physical disabilities in Hue. We would like to send our deep gratitude to Bretagne Vietnam Association who is always with us in giving chance for children with disabilities to integrate into the community activities.

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In this school term, there are 57 poor students with disabilities at Future school, classes at Duc Son Orphanage Centre, classes at Nam Dong mountainous district and Early intervention Centre in Hue city continuing receibing the support of scholarship by Liliane Foundation. By that support, the students have opportunities to come to school, learn to develop their skills, play with friends, practice in vocational training and participate in general social activities such as site visits, fact practice, ceremonies,…

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Visit Ho Chi Minh Museum - [05/15/2015]
To commemorate 40 years of Thua Thien Hue’s liberation and 84 years of founding of Young Communist League, the school organized a site visit for the students to Ho Chi Minh Museum. Students felt very highly enthusiastic and paid attention to the introduction on Uncle Ho’s story, compensating on the wars;relics, about the sacrifice of soldiers to defend Vietnam. The visit is very useful to help the students understand more about their country’s history.

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Receiving new students - [05/15/2015]
Every term, Future school organized to assess children’s abilities and receive more new students to come to study in school. There are 4 new students from 5 to 7 years old in this spring term. Most of them are hyperactive, not yet have speech, they also still cannot do self-help activities by themselves. Beside learning in general activities in class, they will be supported in the individual lesson to help them develop skills and can integrate in school activities and social activities.

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