News And events
Memorandum of Cooperation with "Global Education Motivators"08 Dec 2018
On December 7, our school hosted Mr. Wayne Jacoby, President of "Global Education Motivators", a non-governmental organization which works in association with the UN. Mr. Jacoby conducted a training for our pupils on the topic of Student Leadership Conference on Development. During the visit, the three-way memorandum of cooperation was signed between the European School, "Global Education Motivators" and the Public Movement "Multinational Georgia’’ (PMMG). In accordance with the memorandum of cooperation, for the first time in Georgia, direct videoconferences will be held from the UN headquarters. Participants from the European School will get the chance to interact with key UN officials, international student leaders and peace advocates from around the world to deliberate and discuss various topics. Action Plans and Resolutions developed by them will be voted upon and submitted to the UN Youth Envoy as a set of recommendations. Afterward, during the school tour, our pupils showed Mr. Wayne Jacob around our facilities and acquainted him with the student life, activities and programs at the European School.
19 Dec 2018
Fab Lab opening for Diplomatic Corps-11:00-Main HallEuropean School
20 Dec 2018
IB World School Program
PYP Assembly-10:00European School
20 Dec 2018
School Psychologist meets parents of II grade students-15:30European School
20 Dec 2018
IB World School Program
Trip to Georgian Folk Art Museum-14:30-3rd GradeEuropean School
20 Dec 2018
Outdoor class to “Art Museum”-1st GradeEuropean School
Charity Event "Bring Warmth"14 Dec 2018
Our American High School students joined the charity campaign initiated by the Georgia Red Cross Society. During several days, students from different grades took part in charity activities at “Galleria Tbilisi” where Christmas campaign called “Bring Warmth” was held. At the shopping mall, Red Cross society put up “Red Cross corner”, where people could learn about stories of sole beneficiaries, share their warmth with these people and make donations. With these donations, a new social center for elderly people will be built. Our pupils worked very hard and did their fair share of contribution to this campaign.
Fun Sports Games between 1st Graders14 Dec 2018
On December 14, fun sports games were held involving our Georgian Program 1st graders. Participants showed their athletic abilities and achievement motivation. Children did their best and demonstrated an adequate level of physical readiness.
Sumo Bot Challenge12 Dec 2018
On December 11, European School FabLab held "Sumo Bot Challange", the first-ever robot-sumo competition in Georgia. 6th Graders from our school were competing against each other. Their main engineering challenge was to program the robot in a way so that it was able to find its opponent and push it out of a circle (in a similar fashion to the sport of sumo). Several areas were set up by our teachers and only the best participants made it to the final. Under fierce competition, the robot with the most accurately programmed bot won and became "SumoBot of the year 2018".
The Caucasus University Football Tournament12 Dec 2018
Students of the European School are participating in a football tournament, which is organized by the Caucasus University. Within the tournament, teams from public and private schools of Tbilisi are competing against each other for the trophy. Despite fierce competition, our school's team successfully qualified for the finals and made it to the Top 8.
Educational Conference About Technologies10 Dec 2018
On December 8-9, a 2-day educational conference about technologies was held at Teacher's House. Teachers of the European School were actively participating in this event. Shorena Abesadze, Head of the Department of Information Technologies and Innovations at the European School, spoke about teaching programming using computer games, and David Nozadze, our ICT and robotics teacher, gave a presentation about "Teaching Robotics at School". Within this event, an exhibition was organized where our pupils proudly displayed achievements of their robotics club to a wider audience.
School Fair 201809 Dec 2018
On December 7-8, European School participated in School Fair 2018, which was held at Expo Georgia. The exhibition, the first of its kind in Georgia, was designed to provide a single platform medium for the education sector in one dedicated space and create a venue where all participants in the industry could come together.
Artifact Museum07 Dec 2018
As part of the summative assessment of the unit "Where We Are in Place and Time", Grade 1 students set up an artifact museum. An artifact museum is a display of various items that reveal information about students’ family histories and how these artifacts have affected their lives. Each student had a display station, where they stood and presented their artifact, showing their understanding of the unit’s central idea (how histories enable us to find our place in society).
Field Trip to Art Palace07 Dec 2018
On Friday, November 7, our Grade 3A and Grade 3B students from the Georgian Program went on a field trip to the Art Palace. Children saw an exhibition of sketches about various movies and theatrical plays and attended a presentation about new year traditions. In the end, the pupils created and decorated their own ornaments for a christmas tree.
Tree-Planting Campaign for a Greener City07 Dec 2018
American High School students from the European School had a desire to participate in a green event and decided to plant trees in order to tackle the growing air pollution problem of our city. Tbilisi City Hall provided our students with a designated piece of land on the University Street and supplied them with seedlings of Fraxinus, which they planted by themselves. On Thursday, December 6, 35 our students participated in this event and made their contribution to helping our city become greener. “It is very important for us to participate in this event. We aim to do our best to take care of the environment, as we all know that currently, air pollution is a burning issue for our country. I believe that even a single tree can make a big difference and joint efforts of our society members is all it takes to save our nature in the long-term”- said an 11th-grader. “We would be more than happy to get involved in similar activities in the future and hope that more and more people will take this issue seriously” - mentioned the 10th Grade student. American High school will organize such events in the future, not only in Tbilisi but outside the city as well. Our school continues raising awareness about the importance of a clean environment and is determined to help its students feel responsible for the ecological problems from an early age.
Field Trip to French institute's Media Library06 Dec 2018
On Tuesday, December 5th, 10th grade students from our MYP Programme French class took a trip to French institute's Media Library. Thanks to their French teacher, Ms. Eliso Chelishvili, the pupils received free 1-year membership to access digital and academic library. In addition, our school received a suitcase with 50 books, lent from the library, which is to be used at the European School for the second semester of the academic year.
Birthday Celebrations at the European School05 Dec 2018
Our cafeteria offers birthday party packages that are easy and convenient for parents. You can select the menu for your children and their friends online – just fill out the electronic form or place the order at the school reception.
Conversations with Psychologist - How to Check School Disturbance04 Dec 2018
Student’s support center at the European School continues a series of meetings “Conversations with Psychologist”. On December 4, the meeting was held with the teachers of grades 9-11 to get them acquainted with results of the School Disturbance Survey. The main focus of the meeting was a discussion of the root causes of school disturbance and teachers were given a set of recommendations on how to establish constructive relationships with the students who exhibit a high level of school disturbance.