From the Headteacher Early Years
It has been a bit busy lately in Early Years; Mothers’ Day, Maths Day, the Year 2s educational visit to the Cosmonaut museum, and so much more.
Parents should note that we will be having tests during the week commencing 4th December. These tests are to help the teachers assess children’s current levels progress and help them to set targets for the New Year. Teachers will discuss these with you at the Parent Teacher meeting in January. Importantly, in line with best International Practice and research, the results will not be published openly.
Parents are reminded that attendance is compulsory at school. Encouraging regular school attendance is one of the most powerful ways you can prepare your child for success, both at school and in life. When you make school attendance a priority, you help your child get better grades, develop healthy life habits, and avoid inappropriate behaviours. Research suggests that when children are absent for as little as two days of school per month on average, even when the absences are excused, it can have a negative impact. These absences affect children as early as Kindergarten.
Congratulations to all our students who have been practising and practising for the Christmas Show. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible, for what should be a great Christmas show on 14-15th December
Mr Tim Aviss
Winter is one of the most beautiful and fantastic times of the year. We decided to be inspired by its beauty and organized fun and colorful contest of winter crafts "Penguin".
Oxford's Ashmolean Museum was the first museum in the world to be opened to the public when it was officially opened in 1683 according to the Guinness Book of Records.
Assembly is an extremely important event in the life of a school. It is the time when we come together as a community, share our values and celebrate achievements.
From 28 until 31 January, there was a Trips Week in our campus.
Holes written by Louis Sachar is a novel about a young boy who is falsely accused of a crime. He is sent away to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile corrections camp, where he is forced to dig holes every single day in the Texas heat.
Do you remember the feeling after you got a high score on a test? It was amazing! Most students love this feeling and wish they could achieve it all year. There is a secret that can help students keep their scores consistently high. Follow these different steps to maintain your grades.
What’s so great about consistency? Superficially, a fair question. However, if we try to recall any brand we associate with quality, it is usually one that has proven successful time and time again.
Dear parents! We invite you to our annual Open Days which will take place on 5-6 February in Skolkovo and Festivalnaya campuses.