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Primary Dance Class


Our Primary programme includes Dance lessons two hours a week. For young students, an opportunity to move—especially with music—offers considerable stress relief and an immediate boost to their sense of optimism and self-esteem.



Have a look how our Pre-Schoolers, aged 3 and 4 years, live the mission

ESS Le Fort Community Event

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On 02 November ESS Le Fort had a pleasure to host a community event devoted to the Autumn Carnival and Halloween. We send a huge thank you to all our guests who visited us to celebrate this old tradition.  No doubts, that the children enjoyed our games, fun activities and treats.

Biology Practicals


Senior and middle school students had a number of exciting practicals. By this time all of them are able to fulfil the tasks with confidence, they are familiar with the use of school laboratory equipment, experiment protocols and safety rules.

Dissecting a Heart in Biology


In October, our Year 10 students studied the Blood Circulation System and had a number of exciting practicals.

Anglo-Saxons in Year 7


In October our Year 7 students studied Anglo-Saxon Britain and made a project focused on the everyday life at that period. As part of the theme, the students created an Anglo-Saxon settlement, wrote their names in runes, created dolls and performed a small play.

English Literature: Medieval English sounds so very different!


Last month our year 10 students studied The Canterbury Tales by G. Chaucer. They got to know why Geoffrey Chaucer's contribution to English literature is so extremely important.  At the lessons they spoke about the differences in medieval and modern English and the way the language develops. As part of cross-curriculum studies, the students discussed the social life and classes in Medieval England and learned a part of General Prologue in the original medieval English. Listen [https://cloud.mail.ru/stock/hi6prh3YJBkcZ9mADaeHrLzF]how differently it sounded!