Finnish language and culture in Kingston-upon-Thames

Our school is part of a global network of part-time Finnish schools. Our aim is to teach the Finnish language and culture to children as well as adults. Our students usually have a parent or grandparent of Finnish origin or they come from Finnish families living in the Greater London area for work reasons.
See page: Admissions for instructions how to join in to the school activities.

We meet at Tiffin School (see "Our Location" page for directions) for two hours every other Saturday morning during term time - see the Calendar page for school times/dates and details of other events.


Second Hand Books Sale at Finnish School 28.2.2017

Finnish School organizes a booksale in the cafeteria during the schoolday 28.2.2015. Book donations, books in Finnish language that are no longer needed are welcome. The profit of the sale will be used to support our school. All Welcome!

Theatre Course Performance at Finnish Church

Finnish Church in Rotherhite has organized a Theatre weekend for 8-14 year old children during the weekend of 7-8 February. It is fully booked but everyone is welcome to attend performance that will take place on Sunday the 8th of February at 4pm. Free entrance. Everyone Welcome.

Interactive games for learning the Finnish language

Craig Gibson has sent a link to his Digital Dialects Finnish site, in which you can practise Finnish either written or with audio support. This is worth testing!

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