Saturday School

As a new initiative, the European School starts Saturday School for the elementary and middle school students from grades 1-6. The program aims to lay a strong foundation of mathematical thinking in students. Under the program, two different courses: Mental Math and Math and Logic, delivered by invited professionals and the school mathematicians, will be offered to the ES young learners.

The program is designed to give students greater exposure to Mathematics through interesting topics and activities and provides spaces for the extension of mathematical proficiency in learners.


Math and Logic club is for the elementary and middle school students. Club lessons run for an hour and a half a week during term-time .
The aim of the math club is to promote the promotion of mathematics among students, their academic progress, the development of mathematical, logical and thinking skills and to increase the academic performance of students in mathematics.
Mental Math Program UCMAS- Brain Development Program for 4-14 years old students
The program is implemented in 84 countries around the world, has more than 3 million successful students, is recognized by the world’s leading universities, such as: Harvard, Stanford, San Diego, the teaching method has an ISO quality certificate. UCMAS combines an ancient teaching tool – the Abacus. With the help of modern teaching methods, the program helps to develop cognitive skills in children, such as: concentration, memory, quick thinking, self-confidence, etc.
BILDITS Education includes workshops that introduce students to the world of engineering, construction and more through fun hands-on experiences. The curriculum is designed by engineers and pedagogical experts from UNICEF and follows development guidelines set by international education standards. The educational kit includes REAL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS such as steel, cement, masonry walls, painting and much more and with help of the kit students learn pouring cement, building base, constructing walls with miniature bricks, painting, designing houses and etc.
The club aims to develop and enhance students’ life skills. While working on a particular project, students will learn by researching, discovering, and doing. In the end, they will demonstrate acquired knowledge in different forms.