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Traditionally set on October 24, the school in Cluj preceded the anniversary this weekend by an exhibition of traditional dishes of the main countries from which the students come from this school.
Dressed - many of them - in traditional costumes, the children tasted food, enjoying a unique culinary experience. The Romanian and French, Canadian and Indian cuisine were represented, bringing together the culinary experience on several continents.
The decision to celebrate United Nations Day through traditional foods was born naturally, Royal School in Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca being an international, small school - with only 138 students, but bringing together students from 23 states of the world.
Royal School in Transylvania represents - for Cluj and Transylvania - an excellent choice for those who are looking for an alternative with major differences to the Romanian education system.
Currently, the students of the school come from 23 different countries. The multiculturalism and civic sense of the globally educated citizen are at home. Being a small school, the family atmosphere leaves a strong imprint on the formation of young people, with specific beliefs and standards of life. Feel good being part of this community!
Located in the central area of Cluj, the school is housed in a modern, green certified building (CBC), benefiting from facilities that meet the severe European demands in the field, offering a unique, cheerful and healthy creative environment for the education and raising of children. Student-centered education, small classes (no more than 20 students in a class), with dedicated and passionate teachers of continuous training, with the desire to share from their experience (student-teacher ratio is 4 to 1 ), makes learning a natural and enjoyable process.
At the Royal School in Transylvania, teaching is exclusively in English, according to the National Curriculum of England (NC) and Cambridge Assessment International Examination (CAIE). It is important to know that this CAIE is the largest non-governmental exam and qualification provider in the world. Being part of the CAIE community means that the Royal School has access to the best primary, secondary and advanced resources available today in the world.
Royal School is unique in that it uses the best of both programs to ensure it has a strong and reliable academic offer - probably the best offer in the world. In school, starting from the age of 7, it is offered to learn a modern language and in addition to practicing, cultivating the mother tongue: Romanian, Hungarian, German, French and Spanish are done twice a week, starting at the age of 4 years.