Hello, hello, hello! Welcome back to everyone returning and a big warm welcome to all our new students! September for the Nursery is a time of getting to know each other and getting used to the school and its routines. For some of us it’s our first time at school so along with our exciting new school, we’ve also met new friends! At first some of us were shy seeing all of these new things, but after while we got used to it and started enjoying ourselves!
In our English classes this month, the Primary students we have begun learning new vocabulary and how to write proper sentences. We had our first spelling quiz and have been learning how to share about ourselves and our lives in writing. During circle time each morning we have begun learning new songs and having lively discussions.
Applications to the international English School of Sciences, campus Le Fort, are accepted all year round and students often start during the course of the school year. There is no deadline for applications.
On Monday June 15 we celebrated the end of this long and challenging school year by arranging a Field Day with sports and games and a Pizza Picnic for our students!
Our young students and staff have worked incredibly hard in this productive and challenging school year and we were happy to demonstrate our achievements.
On the 1st week of March 2020 our Pre-schoolers and Primary students of Year 1/2 and 3 (Miss Lin’s, Mr. Richard's and Miss Hanneke's Year groups) visited Moscow «Oceanarium» in VDNKh.
Our St. Valentine Day was so very successful! The students and staff came in red, white and pink, and we all looked like one big team and felt very excited at the Assembly. The excitement became even higher when the Student Council members opened the post box and they started handing out these secret valentines one by one to the students. We finished our Assembly with a short poem performed by the Nursery children who joined the big Assembly for this special day, and a traditional “Skinna-Marinki” song which the students have learned specially for this occasion.
All the Topic themes in our Primary Years are always fully age appropriate for young children. This is a short video of Miss Hanneke, Year 3 classroom teacher, delivering an exciting and mysterious theme of Ancient Egypt history. This Topic is mainly history-based, and Miss Hanneke added some introduction to the ancient science, religious, culture, art and geography of Ancient Egypt.