Start of the school year in AIS
The summer is quietly beginning to reach the school year, and on Wednesday, September 1st, at 13.00, everyone will be welcomed back to school to have a traditional first school day celebration. We can share summer impressions, meet new students, spend time together and share information.
We wish to extend a warm welcome to all new and returning students and their families.
School starts on Wednesday, September 1st, with a homeroom session at 13.00. The Opening Ceremony will be held at 14.00 for all students and staff members. Unfortunately, due to current restrictions for safety matters, we cannot invite parents and guardians to join.
Timetable for the first week of school:
13.00–14.45 homeroom session
Pre-IB A – room no 216, teacher Andrei Apostol
Pre-IB B – room no 204, teacher Kristiina Toots
DP-1 – room no 215, teacher Rodrigo Preciado Azcunaga
DP-2 – room no 109, teacher Triin Meritam,
14.00 The opening ceremony of the school year in the assembly hall in the main building.
|11.00–12.00||Class teacher lesson / room 204|
|12.30–13.30||Information about school policies / Ceremony hall||Information about school policies / Ceremony hall||Information about school policies / Ceremony hall|
|13.30–15.30||Individual EE meetings with supervisors|
|14.00–14.45||Introduction to Kognity, ManageBac, Office 365 etc||CAS workshop / 204|
Students will gather outside the main entrance to take a bus to Ülemiste.
|14.30–15.30||Skywheel of Tallinn|
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