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Snow White and Ten Dwarfs at the European Kindergarten

24 May 2018

English speaking students in year 3 and 4 at the European Kindergarten organized a play “Snow White and Seven Dwarfs” on May 23, 2018. Children wore stage costumes and presented the entire year’s material.

Travelling Exhibition at the European School

24 May 2018

A whole series of events designed to celebrate Independence Day of Georgia were planned at the European School. On May 23, 2018, Georgian Program grade 9-11 students participated in a travelling exhibition event. Students, together with their art teacher, discussed the history of Georgia and tried to view art through different lens: they spoke about art as a form of protest, Georgian protest art, creativity and resistance, restrictions upon artistic expression, etc. Students examined old photos and creative works that reveal history and the passage of time.

"European School" visited “Crazy Hall”

23 May 2018

In the frame of unit of inquiry “Energy” PYP 4B grade students visited “Crazy Hall” to transfer their theoretical knowledge into practice and clearly see interrelations between different types of energy. Students could not hide their emotions when they realized that jumping down from climbing walls and falling into foam pit was the result of gravitational potential energy that was changed into kinetic energy; And that gravitational force was the reason of making them difficult to climb out from that foam pit. While jumping on the trampoline they understood that the energy stored in a stretched object was elastic potential energy making them bounce up and down over and over. The students spent (consumed) their mechanical energy during one hour and went back to school with awareness of concept of different types of energy. It was great opportunity for students to mix up knowledge with fun.

The WikiCamp at the European School

22 May 2018

On May 19, 2018, the European School hosted – for the second time - a one-day WikiCamp organized by the “School of Young Historians.” The European School, together with the other schools across the country, joined the WikiCamp. The camp was organized by Manana Shekiladze, the president of the Georgian Association of History of Educators and the teacher at the European School.

My City Project Presentations at the European School

20 May 2018

The European School main hall hosted “My City” project presentations on May 18, 2018. Grade 2-5 students from Georgian and IB Programmes participated in the series of presentations. They presented scale models of city districts, parks, apartment buildings, airports, bridges, etc. The scale models were created with recycled materials: old boxes, colored paper, cocktail sticks, plasticine, compact discs, etc. The students' projects mainly focused on creating recreation and amusement centers.

The Last Bell Ceremony at the European School

18 May 2018

On May 18, 2018, the school bell rang for the last time for grade 12 students at the European School. The grade 12 students had their last symbolic class with their homeroom teachers. After classes, they celebrated the last day of school. They said goodbye to the school and scribbled messages on each others’ t-shirts. Meanwhile, younger students organized a goodbye concert for our seniors. As the grade 12 students head out into the world, they wish to leave their legacy behind and the tradition of tree planting is their way of saying farewell. Together they planted the tree in the school yard and, before leaving, they wrote autographs on the Alumni Wall. Sophio Bazadze, the Academic Director of the European School, wished them success in their future endeavors.

European School Students Learn Pedestrian Road Safety Rules

17 May 2018

On May 17, 2018, Grade 2 students from Georgian Program had a demo lesson on road safety awareness. Major Levan Tsiklauri delivered a road safety talk. He described the police duties and taught children basic street safety - explained how street lights work, how to cross the road, what zebra crossing is, etc. Students learned to identify traffic signs. In the end, our guest speaker answered children’s additional questions.

Elementary School Students Discuss Environmental Responsibilities

17 May 2018

On May 16, 2018, Grade 1 students from Georgian Program reviewed the transdisciplinary unit about coexisting with nature. Children discussed living and non-living things, good and bad bacteria, the effects our bad habits have on our health, etc. They exchanged viewpoints on environmental responsibilities and how to reduce our environmental impact on human health and natural world.

European School Students stage a Shakespearean Play

17 May 2018

The European School main hall hosted the premiere of William Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew” on May 16, 2018. The play offered our students an opportunity to showcase their acting, musical and screenwriting skills. They worked on the stage design, provided backstage support and performed on stage with equal dedication and enthusiasm. Lika Kobuladze, an actress at Tbilisi Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre and the head of the Drama Studio of the European School, helped our students direct the play.

Project presentation at the European School

16 May 2018

On May 16, 2018, Georgian Program grade 7B students participated in an open lesson themed as “I Will Swim over the Sea.” Students read famous works of literature, recalled and discussed popular movies, and brought scripted characters to life.

Giorgi Ovashvili at the European School

15 May 2018

Giorgi Ovashvili, the Georgian film director and screenwriter, visited the European School on May 15, 2018. He sat down with the grade 9 students from Georgian Program. Our students learned about his works and discussed the movie the Other Bank which he directed in 2009.

Visiting Wind Farm

15 May 2018

Currently, the PYP grade 4 students are inquiring into the unit “Energy”. One of the lines of inquiry is “Renewable and nonrenewable energy”. To take a closer look at wind turbines, and find out first-hand how they generate electricity, the students visited a wind farm, located in Gori which is currently the only wind farm in Georgia. The students interviewed the electrician, who provided them with some information about the onshore wind farms. Our students had a great time and found the trip very enjoyable! Part of their next project will be to design a model for the country, using only green energy.

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