We are delighted to announce that the Rublevo Campus (formerly referred to as Novaya Riga) will be opening its doors to pupils. We will open with classes Nursery through Year 4.
In December, we wrote about the campus located in the Park Rublevo complex (Moscow region, Soglasiya street, 18). We understand the importance of a school's location for our students' wellbeing. The closer the school, the less time spent in traffic and the more with family. Moreover, new locations mean more spaces for your friends' children to join our community.
Built alongside the Moscow River surrounded by trees, the location was chosen for offering a green and pleasant environment for our children. We are currently in discussions with the complex managers regarding using the different sports facilities in the complex, including the tennis court and football/basketball pitch that in winter can double up as an ice-skating ring. There is even the potential for watersports.
The building itself, which we have nicknamed the “Chocolate Box”, is ready for use, although we are working on some cosmetic changes to the interior in partnership with Martela, a leading architectural bureau specialising in interior spaces and great experiencing in working with schools. The rooms across its three floors are bright and airy, thanks to tall ceilings and many floor-to-ceiling windows.
If you have questions regarding the campus, please contact the admissions officer at your current campus.
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.