School News

ILS high-school students have begun professional orientation classes, organized by Student Council President Anfisa Bogdanenko (section 10M). More

ILS 5th grader Taisia Yurova (section 5M1) was among the prize winners at the Russian Sport Dance competition, performing in the category “Children 2+1”, E-class. More

ILS History teacher Marina Sitenkova conducted an unusual lesson for 5th graders in sections 5M1 and 5M3, who together with their instructor visited the Primorye Division of the Russian Artists Union to see the exhibition “The ancient world through the eyes of children”. More

Fifth graders Damir Tekiev (section 5M2,) and Yaroslav Nazorov (section 5M3) took first and second place, respectively, at the Hapkido Open Championship in Seoul, Korea. More

For the third straight year, journalists writing for the ILS school newspaper “Fox Tales” participated in the All-Russian school newspaper competition “School Format”. This year’s categories included Best Photograph, Best UNESCO Associated Schools Article, Best Interview, Best Video- or Tele-Interview, Best Creative Piece, and Best Newspaper Design. ILS students were most successful in the category Best UNESCO Associated Schools Article. More

As promised during her campaign for office, ILS Student Council President Anfisa Bogdanenko polled 8th-11th grade students of their professional preferences and 5th-11th grade students on their supplementary education choices. More

The New York jazz quartet Ginetta’s Vendetta performed at ILS, offering the audience well-known numbers such as “Georgia on my mind”, “The girl from Ipanema” and various others. Group leader Ginetta Minichiello introduced the students all the musicians and told them about the unique brass instrument she plays – the “Little Big Horn.” More

ILS students in grades four, eight and nine studying Chinese language took part in the 12th Pen Calligraphy competition organised by the Confucius Institute of FEFU, with support from Chinese Confucius institutes and the Chinese Consulate General in Vladivostok. More

Valentina Kovaleva, who teaches Russian language and literature at ILS, spoke at the All-Russian Congress for teachers of Russian literature, which was held on November 7-9 at Lomonosov Moscow State University, bringing together school and university teachers from around the country. The welcoming speech was given by MGU Rector Vladimir Sadovnichii, who devoted particular attention to Russian philological tradition. More

As part of the adaptation project for ILS 5th graders, the students had a quest around the school, culminating in their formal initiation into the ILS community. More

More than 100 ILS pupils took part in the home-school stage of the All-Russian School Students’ Olympiad. Our students tested their knowledge of English, Chinese, Russian and Literature; Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology and Ecology; and also Literature, Social Studies, Economics and Law. More

As a further measure to ensure the safety of its students and teachers, ILS has installed a card-based activation and control system in the building’s elevator, which makes it possible to track the elevator’s movements precisely and helps keep unauthorized persons from entering school territory. More

ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko and her colleague Valentina Kovaleva, who teaches Russian Language and Literature at ILS and heads the school’s International Center, participated in the Chinese-Russian pedagogical forum “One continent – one path”, which was organized jointly by Shaanxi Pedagogical University and Lomonosov Moscow State University. More

Lev Novitsky won the regional "21st Century Leader" competition in the "Best idea for Primorye" category, for which he was awarded a free stay at Ocean All-Russian Children's Center. Lev's project, "Rebirth", involved placing separate receptacles for different kinds of waste (glass, paper, plastic, batteries, etc.) at Vladivostok schools. More

ILS 6th graders from section 6M1 reinforced their understanding of various phraseological units in an unusual manner, acting out the meaning of certain set phrases or capturing their sense in illustrations. Particular attention was given to how Russian phrases might be explained to foreigners. More

ILS 5th graders competed a the "Fun starts" relay race, a sports event in which the students' parents and home room teachers also took part, with everyone testing their dexterity, speed, resourcefulness and team work. More

ILS 6th and 7th graders attended a “Sensing test” educational master class, organized by the “Young scholar” project with support from the Vladivostok city government’s Youth Department. More

Students in grades 7-11 were recently treated to mathematics trainings given by visitors from the Moscow Physics and Technical Institute: Boris Galitsky, a student in the Department of Management and Applied Mathematics; and Andrei Gavrilyuk, who works in the Institute's Laboratory for Earthquake Resistance Research. Topics covered in the trainings included Algebra, Geometry, Numbers Theory, Combinatory Geometry and various others. More

Asian sambo champion and Master of Sport Tatyana Orel, a frequent World Cup and Russia Cup winner, visited ILS to hold a PLD (Prepared for Labor and Defense) master class for students to test their skill at various holds, movements and other elements of sambo. More

The 9th issue of the school newspaper, Fox Tales, has been published. As always, the first issue of the new school year features an interview with ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko, who talks about new elements of school life, tells students and teachers what awaits them this year, reports on what universities our graduates are attending, and shares her ideas about the importance of knowledge. The new issue of Fox Tales also includes articles about international cooperation and our students’ work as volunteers, and features first-time articles with our volleyball and basketball coaches. More

ILS 6th graders had a creative lesson on the subject of metaphors. The students were divided into two teams and competed using their knowledge and understanding of the topic. More

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