Partial programme: Early Years Education and Development Programme, Cambridge.
This programme is a base for children’s education and development in all British International Schools. This programme covers education for children from three to five years old (in UK five year old children go to Year 1). This foundation stage is very important because it is a platform to further learning – Key Stage 1, and is an integral part of this system.
Early Years Education and Development Programme
If you are looking for a good English nursery school or bilingual kindergarten in Moscow or Saint Petersburg, сall us 8-800-775-42-70.
Our programme – not only is the education in English but it is also forming children’s key personal, emotional and social skills.
It will be easy to find a British nursery school in St Petersburg because our international school also has a campus in this city.
English Early Years Education within the program is fully conducted in English. It is one of the main subjects and at the same time it is the main instrument of learning and education. Professional teachers – native English speaking teachers from UK, US, Canada and Australia create an English-speaking environment, in which the children are emerged.
International Kindergarten in Moscow and Saint Peterburg
The main goal our Мoscow kindergarten is to assist with the harmonious development of a child's personality: to ensure personal, social and emotional wellness; to form self-respect, independence and self-belief; to develop a sense of group and key social skills, as well as self-study and self-development skills. The last is the most important part of the modern education at every level.
Pre-school level prepares the children for Primary School in English. This education helps the children to get ready for further Primary Education in English. You can find more information about the respective programmes on our website.
Our curriculum is aimed at supporting, fostering, promoting and developing children’s:
Personal, social and emotional well being:
- providing opportunities that enable them to learn how to co-operate and work together
- to be able to concentrate on their own play or on group tasks
- to gain an enthusiasm for knowledge and learning and a confidence in their ability to be successful learners
- to become a valued member of their group and school community so that a strong sense of self-image andself-esteem are promoted.
Communication, language and literacy:
- Opportunities for all children to talk and communicate in a widening range of situations responding to adults and each other
- provide opportunities for children to explore, enjoy, learn about and used and text in a broad range of contexts and to experience a rich variety of books.
Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy:
To help children develop their understanding of number, measurement, pattern, shape and space through number songs, poems, games and group activities. Allowing them to practice, enjoy and talk about them.
Knowledge and understanding of the world:
Allowing children to explore the world around them. To find out about their environment, to learn about people and places that are significant to them. To investigate, experiment, predict, plan and question. Sharing their discoveries with others
English as a second language:
Strong skills in the first language act as bridge both for language development and for development of a second language.
Speaking and listening to English all day is exhausting so when children use their first language with each other this is not discouraged.
The teachers aim to create an environment where each child feels confident and comfortable taking risks with language and interacting with others.
Children are exposed to all aspects of the English language through visual, auditory and kinesthetic activities including songs, games, stories, and individual play group and class time.
Allowing children to explore and share their thoughts, ideas and feelings through creativity in art, music, dance, imaginative play and design and technology.
Children are helped to develop skills of co-ordination and control practicing gross and fine motor skills to increase their understanding of how their bodies work and what they need to be healthy and safe.
143085, Russia, Moscow Region, Odintsovo District, Zarechye, Berezovaya Str., 1A
143085, Russia, Moscow Region, Odintsovo District, Zarechye, Berezovaya Str., 2
Kindergarten Primary School
125565, Russia, Moscow, Festivalnaya Street, 7A
Kindergarten Primary School Secondary School
197229, Russia, Saint Petersburg, Lakhtinskiy pr., 40/2
Kindergarten Primary School