News and Events
Online learning at the European School
The European School is responding to the Georgian government’s decision to extend schools’ closure and from Monday, March 16th, is moving to online classes for its students from all academic programs offered at the school. The European School designed plans to minimize disruption to teaching and learning and is ready to deliver quality educational experience and provide its students with online lessons.
The European School –Participant of Microsoft Teams Live Event
International Open Lesson “Crossing the borders with Microsoft Teams!” The European School-leading school in online teaching is a partner of Microsoft Company and therefore has access to the latest software, services, and platforms.
UN Global Network
Director of UN Global Network Georgia and Civil Development Agency (CiDA) conducted an online meeting with ES IB DP students, under the CAS event on the 27th of May. Ms. Salome Zurabishvili shared the experience in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and discussed the importance of individual responsibilities towards society. Our guest introduced UN Sustainable Development Goals to our students, together with the ways of achieving them. European School continues to organize useful events for the students online as well.
Since April, PYP grade 5 students have been working on their exhibition projects. Three students, Maryam Huseynova, Nikoloz Panjakidze and Atila Rousta have been actively researching issue of intolerance and discrimination. They have decided to take action and together created a video to spread awareness about this important topic. Through this video students are sending a powerful message to everyone: our differences make us human! They encourage people to show respect and empathy, think before they act and be tolerant!
The European School Supervisory Board Chairman's Gela Bezhuashvili's Address to Alumni
Let’s Create a Success Story Together! The European School alumni are an integral part of the school community. The school doors are wide open to alumni. From June, 2020, as soon as earlier imposed restrictions will be loosened, the school facilities, where all required guidelines are followed to prevent spreading of COVID infection, become fully available to alumni. In the summertime, they may use the school infrastructure every day from 10a.m. till 8 p.m. after pre booking the desired space. The alumni can use FabLab technology equipment for startup projects and may receive funding from the school.
The European School IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) Grade 5 students are preparing for the exhibition. Their topic is related to environmental pollution. Environmental pollution is one of the biggest global problems the world faces today. On May 10th, 2020 students had an online interview with Saba Pipia, Deputy Head of the Municipal Department of Environment Protection. They asked him different questions about regulations and projects that Tbilisi City Hall has to protect the environment. Saba Pipia gave information about waste management. He also talked about future projects and plans to prevent and reduce environmental pollution.
Online CAS event
The founder of the Bolt Georgia conduced online meeting with ES IB DP students, under the CAS event on 14th of May. Mr. Beso Papiashvili shared the experience of the industry leader company and discussed the key factors for success with the students. Hereby students were provided with useful suggestions in terms of the skills and competences, mostly required by modern companies that will be useful for their future academic decisions. European School continues to organize useful events for the students online as well.
Our Message of Thanks to Health Care Workers
Online Exhibition of Students’ Paintings. Health care workers are risking their lives daily in the fight against global Coronavirus pandemic and protect the lives of others. During Arts lessons, students created paintings illustrating doctors, held the online exhibition and expressed their appreciation and respect in this way.
Let’s Discover Europe - Europe Day Celebrated Online
“I study at the European School. I respect European values, traditions, languages and culture. During the online lesson, our teacher talked about the European Union. I found out that the Union currently counts 27 EU countries. I like the EU flag which features a circle of 12 gold stars on a blue background. It was a surprise for me to discover that anthem of Europe is based on Beethoven’s 9th symphony. The euro is the official currency of 19EU Member States. We learned a lot about German, French, Belgian, Swedish, Italian, Austrian, Spanish, Greek and other EU countries’ cultures and traditions, “ wrote the European School student in her letter.
Important news in the European School
The European School is the first school in Georgia, that is moving to the full-scale admissions & enrollment online application system. For this we use the modern and advanced technology portal, OppenApply. Online application system significantly simplifies and expedites complicated and time-consuming admissions & enrollment procedures for the parents/applicants, empowers them to apply from anywhere in the world, upload required documents, photos and make payment transactions. OpenApply is compatible with a variety of modern technologies, such as an online payment gateway, automatic text messaging and automatic E-Mail.
The European School – Best Possible Preparation for Universities Abroad.
This is the list of university acceptances for the Class of 2020! The rankings of these universities are a testament to the fact that the European School has achieved the highest standards in international education and college counseling.
World Book and Copyright Day
In 1995, April 23rd was announced by UNESCO to be World Book and Copyright Day. Each year, on 23 April, celebrations take place all over the world in over 195 countries and in Georgia as well to promote the enjoyment of books and reading.
Earth Day Goes Digital
On April 22nd, 2020 we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action- the biggest challenge to the future of humanity. Current situation in the world led to the cancellation of planned marches and large-scale environmental events. Instead, many people took part in a digital Earth Day.