It has been induction week and staff training at the Cambridge International School this week. New teachers have arrived and many teachers have returned to carry on working at the Cambridge International Schools.
The teaching staff of the Cambridge International School were presented certificates from CIE for training on Assessment for Learning. Both the secondary school staff and the staff of all our primary schools have met at our Skolkovo campus for training delivered by Ailwen Ilet, a trainer from the CIE. The training was engaging and enjoyable and it enabled staff to refresh themselves on the principals of assessment for learning and discover ideas that they have not used before. It gave the heads of department and phase leader’s guidelines on how to have continual development of assessment for learning whilst delivering their curricula. It also presented us with a possible agenda as to how we can further implement assessment for learning in to our teaching.
There was a real sense of togetherness at the training and teachers were happy to network with colleagues from other sites and share their experiences. Many teachers asked for this type of event to become an annual event to get together to help share good practice in our schools.Warning: No images in specified directory. Please check the directoy!
We have some exciting news on this sunny day!
Information board with teachers' interests and hobbies has appeared in Skolkovo Secondary.
Knowledge Day in CIS Russia was held on September 3.
We are glad to welcome new Head of Lakhta campus, Ms MaryKay!
Dear Parents,Welcome back to CIS Russia, Skolkovo Campus for the Academic Year 2018–19. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome any and all new parents to our ‘educational family’.
When a child is about to go to school for the first time, it is always a stressful time for all family members. Our school counsellor, Ms Olga Perminova, shares tips on how to reduce that stress and help your child adapt to school easier.
«CIS Connect» is our annual team building session. Last Thursday and Friday, our team from across the three campuses made its way to the hotel and spa Tsargrad set outside the idyllic village of Pushchino. There we enjoyed productive training sessions, discussion, and a lot of fun!
At CIS Russia we always keep developing skills and knowledge of our staff. Particularly, we always focus on following new ways and methods in education trying to get most of the international experience. On the 20 and 21st of August, our school was visited by two teachers’ trainers from Great Britain.