This school year is nearing its end, and I'd like to thank the CIS community — school team, campus and office employees, students, parents, and partners for collaboration, their efforts, and contributions to the successful end of the academic circuit of 2020-2021.
Summing up the first results of the outgoing year, I must admit that this year has become a real challenge for our community, as well as for many organizations around xthe world.
Let me warmly welcome you to discover the new issue of our Youngzine. As this release was being prepared under the isolation period caused by covid-19, we have to tell you that we really missed you so much!
We are so excited to introduce this new issue of our school Youngzine. There are so many great things to share!
Welcome to our new Youngzine with some of the finest highlights that have appeared in CIS over the past months. The good news is that we are finishing another exiting academic year and enjoying three happy events.
Sometimes I gently tease my eldest that I had nothing like Cambridge education that she enjoys. Young people understandably do not like to be told how lucky they are!
I am not much of a footballer, though I will surely enjoy the atmosphere of the World Cup coming to Russia. But I greatly admire the qualities that footballers develop – teamwork, respect, and fair play.
It is always an emotional moment, releasing a new issue of our school’s magazine. This time is no exception, especially considering this issue’s theme: Emotions and Emotional Intelligence.
The key theme we have chosen for this issue is: Art and Culture. At our school, we believe art and creativity play an important role in the education of our students and the ways we impart knowledge.