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Summertime with a Brazilian twist


Photo: Hasse Ferrold

August 3, 2014
09:00

by Jessica Wells


World Cup fever might have ended, but the Brazilian fever has not! O Tempo, a new Brazilian restaurant, opened its doors to Copenhageners so that everyone can have a taste of the country.

Photo: Institut Sankt Joseph

The private school Institut Sankt Joseph continued its bilingual summer progam this month, which encourages children to acquire language skills through different activities. 

Photo: Institut Sankt Joseph

The program focuses on Danish and English as a second language and incorporates learning through theatre, cooking, arts and sports, as well as activites in the local community.

Photo: Institut Sankt Joseph

The summer school, which is only in its second year, had over 100 children attending this year and is growing in popularity.



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