Folk traditions are experience, customs, viewpoints, tastes, norms of behaviour, which have been formed troughout the ages and passed on through generations. Our juniors are learning to respect the elders, take care of each other and celebrate special occasions. National
The year 1 students developed textbooks at their Science lessons, where they included the short guidance on how to take care of pets. They also learned to differentiate between wild and tamed animals. The children designed the new edition with their
The main objective of that day was to encourage all the people in the school to do kind deeds. The main thing was for it to be done under the radar. Everyone became a secret angel who furtively did good
The members of the crafts club have received international certificates for the completion of the following section of the programme.
At the club, the preschool and junior students were learning about the basics of physics and acquiring the skill of navigation. They were learning to gauge weight, size and balance and discovering the structure of the technologies they were going
Except for having subjects in English, our students do projects where English is a working language and attend English clubs. However, it does not end there. The schoolchildren also participate in interactive club meetings in English. The topic of today’s club
Why does the wind blow? What does wind velocity depend on? Can you forecast a typhoon? To these and other questions were the year 6 students looking for answers while working on their projects. It was clear for everyone that
AISU has celebrated this day by new and interesting meetings among the students of the club “Entertaining Chemistry”, which is organised and conducted by two incredible and created year 4 students – Sophia and Dasha. They look for ideas, develop