Finland: Education for the edu-Nation (Part 1/7)
This is part one of a seven part article series with Professor Jari Lavonen, professor of physics and chemistry education and Head of the Department of Teacher Education at the University of Helsinki in Finland. In this series he will discuss how the Finnish education system has come to be known as one of the best in the world, how Finland supports and develops its teachers, the skills children should learn and when they should learn them, things Australia could learn from Finland and much more.
The Kari Ikonen Trio (Jazz) is coming to Canberra on 1 November 2017
The Kari Ikonen Trio (Kari Ikonen on piano, Olli Rantala on bass, Markku Ounaskari on drums) is at the top of the Finnish jazz scene and has gained international recognition and success. During their 2017 tour around Australia, they will be performing at the Embassy of Finland in Canberra on 1 November, at 7pm (doors open at 6:30). Bookings/enquiries to [email protected]
Girls take over the Deputy Head of Mission's role at the Embassy of Finland
As part of the International Day of the Girl on 11 October 2017, girls around the world took over the positions of over 600 leaders in 60 countries as a statement of female empowerment and potential. The Embassy of Finland took part in the Girls' Takeover, allowing two girls to step into the shoes of the Deputy Head of Mission. Imogen (Dickson College) and Isabella (Canberra Girls Grammar School) had three main responsibilities for the half day they were at the embassy.
Phone service interruptions 5-6 October 2017
Due to the replacement of the embassy's switchboard, there may be periods during the following days (5-6 October 2017) where it is not possible to reach the embassy via phone. If this is the case, please send an email with your enquiry to [email protected] If you have a consular enquiry or would like to book an appointment, please email [email protected]
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