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Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU. Here is an easy-to-understand guide to Brexit - beginning with the basics, then a look at the negotiations, followed by a selection of answers to questions we've been sent.

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

What's happening now? The UK has voted to leave the European Union. It is scheduled to depart at 11pm UK time on Friday 29 March, 2019. The UK and EU have provisionally agreed on the three "divorce" issues of how much the UK owes the EU, what happens to the Northern Ireland border and what happens to UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU and EU citizens living in the UK.

Talks are now moving on to future relations - after agreement was reached on a 21-month "transition" period to smooth the way to post-Brexit relations. What is the 'transition' period? It refers to a period of time after 29 March, 2019, to 31 December, 2020, to get everything in place and allow businesses and others to prepare for the moment when the new post-Brexit rules between the UK and the EU begin.

No. 9 ways to explain Brexit to kids – using Minecraft, sausages and cake. It’s all over the front pages and the television and all anyone can talk about.

9 ways to explain Brexit to kids – using Minecraft, sausages and cake

For Guardian readers, your children have doubtless observed you rocking in a foetal ball, clutching a fistful of continental cheese as you mutter about article 50, but do they understand what Brexit is? Probably not. It’s time to tackle your kids’ Brex education, the birds directive and the bee mortality and surveillance report. But how? Explain the basics. Explain what happened in June. Use analogies. Give both sides. But don’t pretend you don’t have an opinion. Allay any possible fears. Quash any unrealistic hopes. Define your terms. “Taking back control” = not letting people from other European countries come and look after our sick people or fix our roofs. “Soft Brexit” = when you’re not officially friends with someone, but you still sit together at lunch.

“Hard Brexit” = hard and fiery like a strong mint, painful like a dead leg, sad and final like when the hamster died. Make it fun, by playing a game. What Does Brexit Mean for Kids? - JUMP! MAG. The British have voted to leave the European Union, but what does this mean, and what does Brexit mean for kids?

What Does Brexit Mean for Kids? - JUMP! MAG

Most of you will have heard of the EU Referendum, known as BREXIT (which stands for BRitish Exit). If you don’t know what a referendum is, then this is a good place to find out more. We asked some of our readers what questions they had about BREXIT. These questions are difficult to answer right now because even the experts don’t know exactly what will happen, but here’s what we know so far. If you have any questions, comment on this post and we’ll try to find the answers for you. Will We Have to Leave Europe? The European Union isn’t the same as the continent of Europe. So we won’t leave the continent of Europe, just the European Union. Why was the Referendum Called? Not everyone is a fan of the EU. To enable ordinary people to give their opinion, Prime Minister David Cameron called for a referendum to be held. How to explain Brexit to your kids. My parents never sat me down for “the politics talk”.

How to explain Brexit to your kids

I suspect they were too embarrassed. Like many children of my generation, I was left to develop my own ideas about what adults did in private. We didn’t have the internet and our arms were too short to open most newspapers (scientists were still working on the tabloid-broadsheet hybrid). Hence we picked up news randomly, either by overhearing snippets on the radio while buying sweets in the newsagent’s or by accidentally watching the start of the six o’clock news following the end of Charles In Charge. By the time I was nine, the same age my eldest child is now, I had unrealistic expectations of politicians and the democratic process.

Babbel. Accueil. Présentations de Monique SEGOL sur SlideShare. Monique Segol, Teacher at College ampere oyonnax. Anglais. FOL'ENGLISH - Apprentissage de l'anglais - Jeu ANATON'S EDITIONS., cours pour apprendre l'anglais. Extrait vidéo pédagogique d'Open Sky International Pre and Primary Bilingual School. Après l’ouverture d’une classe de CP bilingue anglais – français en septembre 2012, Open Sky International poursuit le développement de son école primaire bilingue par l’ouverture d’une classe de CE1-CE2 en septembre 2013.

Extrait vidéo pédagogique d'Open Sky International Pre and Primary Bilingual School

Open Sky International vous ouvre ses portes le samedi 22 juin 2013 de 14h à 18h dans le cadre d’une journée Portes Ouvertes au 119, rue de Paris – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt. En septembre 2012, PEB (Pre-Elementary Bilingual School) devient Open Sky International et poursuit son expansion en ouvrant de nouvelles classes et en proposant des immersions le samedi en sus du mercredi toute la journée. Depuis septembre 2011, Open Sky International organise à Paris des cours à domicile pour des enfants du primaire, du collège et du lycée. Depuis septembre 2011, l'école maternelle bilingue à Boulogne (à 5 minutes de Paris) accueille les enfants à partir de 2 ans et demi mais aussi pour des cours du mercredi.

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