My name is Jeļena Miloša. I am an English teacher at Riga Secondary School N95 in Riga, the capital of Latvia.
Riga Secondary school N95 was founded in 1991. It is located in one of Riga’s districts called Ziepniekkalns. The school premises include two four-storey buildings, a swimming pool, a guest house and two playgrounds with a football pitch. There are about 1070 students in our school. As Riga Secondary School N95 is a school of national minorities, students of different nationalities study there.
Five 12-year-old teenagers from Riga Secondary School N95 anticipate spending time at the Tolerance camp in Lithuania. They like travelling and visiting new places. The teens have already found “Dvarčėnų dvaras” on the Internet, and now they are dreaming about going to this lovely place. 3 girls and 2 boys want to make new friends among their peers from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, to participate in team games and to talk in English about their daily adventures at the camp. Their names are Anna, Alīna, Darja, Karens and Maikls. Anna and Darja are fond of drawing and acting on stage. Alīna has already participated in several youth Maths competitions and achieved good results. Karens is an active football player. He usually discusses sport themes with his father in Armenian. Maikls enjoys swimming very much and he is good at handicraft, e.g., making loom bands.