The mid-term exams (Year 2,3,4,5) will be taking place on the 9th, 10th 11th of December.
Thanksgiving day in our Intenational school is a very significant celebration.
We not only tell children about historical traditions, but also explain to them how important it is to express thankfulness to their families, friends and teachers.
“The porcelain tale”
On November 27th,students from Years 4 and 5 visited an amazing interactive exhibition called “The porcelain tale”.
Happy 18th anniversary!
We are very proud that more than 600 families from all over the world have entrusted us with the education of their children over the past 18 years. Our geography is incredible: England, Russia, the USA, Australia, France, Italy, Germany, China, South Korea, Belgium, Denmark, Israel, Poland, India, Turkey, the Netherlands, Morocco, Egypt, Georgia, Latvia, Japan, Finland,the Czech Republic, Turkey, Armenia, Brazil.
Our youngest students are discovering the world through exciting experiments!
The autumn project week.
How did people get their portraits printed when there was not any printing devices? Years 4 and 5 found this out during the autumn project week.
Mr. Haug - Year 5 Teacher:
"In history, we are travelling back in time and studying the first great civilization in history, ancient Egypt".
"Show and Tell"
Year 1 presented our weekly "Show and Tell" during assembly for the first time.
Year 3 had a blast learning all about skeletons and the bones that hold us together.
Mr. Lyons - Year 3 Teacher
"The first few weeks of term have been a blast, getting to know each other, building a good teacher/student relationship and generally enjoying being in our school environment".
Mr. Haug - Year 5 Teacher
"Year 5 is off to a great start! The kids have been eager to learn and are asking lots of really astute questions".
First class projects
Our students are in the process of working on their first class projects of the year.
Back to School!
Monday, September 2nd.
Lots of happy faces.
Old and new friends.
We had great fun on the first school day and we are ready and excited about the new academic year!
Dear Parent(s), Due to your requests, we are happy to inform you about the available places in each class.
Summer term in England 2019: Morwellham Quay
The open-air museum includes the restored 19th-century village, the docks and quays, a restored ship, the George and Charlotte copper mine which is toured by a small train, a Victorian farm and a nature reserve with trails.
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019.
Reading Native American myths, remembering the names of exotic animals, examining a traditional Native American costume, answering teacher's tricky questions and making a real musical instrument - using English only.
That's just a part of the bright and busy day in the International Summer Camp!
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019: five o'clock tea
It is impossible to learn about England without mentioning "five o'clock tea"! Today, students of the International Summer Camp not only talked about this tradition, but also decorated plates creating their own unique patterns.
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019: Victorian England
People of Victorian England were tireless inventors! Electricity, telephone, steam engine, underground train, cinematography - this is a short list of inventions of the Era of Progress.
The students of our International Summer Camp also love inventions and entertainment!
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019: Hermitage!
During the first week of our International Summer Camp we have learned a lot of new and interesting things about the Medieval England. Knights, their coat of arms and mottos have become the favourite topic for our students.
Where can we see knights nowadays? For sure, in the Hermitage!
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019: create own castles!
This Friday the young students of our International Summer Camp were working hard to create their own castles!
It isn’t so easy: knead the clay, make straight and steady walls, colour and send them for burning.
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP 2019: Day #3
We found a practical application for things we learned in class today.
Just like medieval English people, we planted pumpkins right in the school's backyard!
British standardised tests
At the end of each year, standardised assessments in English and Mathematics are taken by pupils in Great Britain and Insight International School pupils, wishing to be no different, are also taking their assessments this week.
The secret of Human Structure
During the last two weeks our young researchers from Insight International Pre-School were busy to revealing the secret of Human Structure, mostly the digestive and respiratory systems.
We had a full day field trip to The Tsarskoye Selo
On March 18, we had a full day field trip to The Tsarskoye Selo. This excursion was timed to the 220th anniversary of the birth of Alexander Pushkin. Year 3, 4, 5 students visited the Lyceum in Tsarskoye Selo.
Year-2 visited "The Universe of Water" museum
Have you ever thought about the way water comes to our houses? Do you have any idea how specialists are controlling the guality of water we use every day? Year-2 students know all about it!
We have great news!
In June 2019 Insight International School will open a summer school for children from 3 to 11 years old.
Children will enjoy their vacation and learn a lot while joining field trips and master classes.
For 3 days a week in the morning our P.E. teacher early arrives at the park to pave a ski trail for our young athletes before class will starts.
Best Holiday Wishes to All!
Dear Parents and Members of the Insight International School Community,
Now that the second term is nearing its completion, we would like to provide you with an update.
Our Annual Nativity Play
Yesterday, as every year, on the stage of the Music Hall Theater, the students of Insight International School put on a grand show.
Walking time in our wonderful park.
Children are naturally inquisitive about wildlife and have the opportunity to see plenty of squirrels, waterfowl and have even spotted an owl.
Our students greet players and fans.