On Tuesday, both Year One groups went on an excursion to the modern art branch of the Tretyakov Gallery on Krimsky Val. At the museum, the children took part in a presentation about art in which they learned about the different parts of a painting. The children were able to see and touch a canvas, the frame, and even learn how to make paint! Afterwards, they walked through the museum where they looked at great paintings and discussed them with the tour guide. They most liked a huge painting which stretched from the floor to the ceiling. Finally, the children returned to the presentation room where our students, working in groups, created their very own works of art. Painting their own pictures seems to have been our students’ favorite part of the day.
It turns out that London has not always been the capital of England. Oxford held this title during the Civil War between 1642 and 1646!
Cambridge Summer School is a very interesting and exciting summer filled with adventures.
In the run-up to the Great Victory Day celebrations, students of Years 7, 8 and 9 visited the Military-Patriotic Park of Culture and Recreation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation called ‘Patriot’ Park.
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas is an adventure book published in 1844. In this book, Edmund Dantes is a good sailor who is getting promoted to a sea captain. Unfortunately, some of his enemies plot against him.
During the Trips Week, students visited many museums and learned a lot of interesting things.
What is the best way to open new horizons and showcase what you’ve got? Taking part in a talent show!
Over the centuries peace has come to represent many things: for the religiously minded, inner peace is attained through a deeper connection with, and understanding of, God.
June 15 from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm we ll be looking forward to see you at our Open Breakfast in the cottage residence "Berezki", during which we will organize new campus tours, entertainment for kids and presentation of the academic staff.