School closes its doors! But for a short time!
The last school day at Alabuga International School was back in June however one could still hear the noise and see the crowds of kids along the corridors and classrooms in July and August. Our students kept on going to school and were side by side with the children from language summer camps: it was an intense, informative and entertaining time for everyone! Loud voices, fun, smiles and laughter were everywhere. AIS staff made their best to ensure students were not bored, and the time spent in our camp to be different from studies during the academic year.
The final event of the school summer program gave our children a chance to enjoy jumping on trampolines, take some master classes on making bracelets for kids and small hot air balloons, as well as to try the unconventional wax painting technique.
Dear parents and students of AIS, we wish you to have a good rest over the summer holidays and start a new school year fully refreshed! Our school also needs some time off to get ready for the academic year 2016-2017, and this is the reason why AIS will be closed from 15th till 31st of August.
We believe that all the best and success is ahead!
The school is waiting for you on September 1 to celebrate the Day of knowledge!
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- 29.03.2016 Master Class in Chinese by «Ni Hao», the School of East Asian Languages
- 19.12.2016 Christmas Fairytale It was a magical, musical and modern Christmas performance of Sergey Prokofiev’s fairytale «Peter & the Wolf» by AIS students.
- 15.06.2016 AIS at International Conference "International Baccalaureate: learning to grow Innovators" On 6-8 of June the representatives of Alabuga International School and SEZ «Аlabuga» took part in X Annual International Conference «International Baccalaureate: learning to grow Innovators», arranged by the IB Schools Association of Commonwealth of Independent States (IBSA). Nearly 200 participants from educational institutions, governmental authorities, and international organizations gathered together in Skolkovo to share their experience on formation of the individuality that can change the world by new technologies.