The visit of RT President
On the 5th of July Alabuga International School welcomed Rustam Minnikhanov, the President of the Republic of Tatarstan, and Sergei Sobyanin, the Mayor of Moscow.
The visit of the President of RT and other delegates was confined to the celebration of the 10th anniversary from the date of SEZ «Alabuga» foundation. Among honoured guests was Mikhail Mishustin, the Head of Federal Tax Service of Russia, Marat Khusnullin, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Planning Policy and Construction, Vladimir Mau, the Principal of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, and others, as reported by the Press Service of the President of RT.
Guests were welcomed to have a look at school, classrooms where lessons take place, cafeteria, library, sports hall and other school premises, as well as were informed on principles of AIS creation. When having a school tour Mr. Sobyanin brought everybody’s attention to the infrastructure and space planning of AIS being important as a matter of the students’ convenience. Sergei Sobyanin likened AIS to the best international schools of Europe and disclosed his plans to establish some schools of the similar type in Moscow.
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Yesterday, on November 15, Grade 4 students experienced an exciting school trip to the Museum-Workroom of Arts and Crafts in Yelabuga. The Museum exposition reflects a wide diversity of folk art. Visitors can see the exhibits dated back to the second half of XIX — beginning of XX century, as well as handicraft items of modern craftsmen from all over Russia.
Moreover our students had a chance to learn the basics of arts and crafts. Each of them made a handicraft they liked with their own hands turning for a while into apprentices.