Elementary school

From the point of view of the implementation of the educational and sports complex "systems of equal development of opportunities" in the school, the primary school program is conditionally divided into 3 areas

  • intellectually oriented activity
  • physical oriented activity
  • spiritual or creative activity

The alternative program developed by the educational and sport complex team is based on a combination of traditional and innovative methods of teaching an educational and sports complex. During the development of our program, special attention was paid to the definition of goals and end results, as well as the formation of interdisciplinary connections. From the very beginning of the educational process, children have a wide choice of optional subjects. It should be noted that optional subjects are not separated, the latter are an integral part of the curriculum.

A "phenomenocentric" approach to learning has been introduced in primary school, which contributes to the formation of critical thinking, independence, the ability to work in a team, creativity and finding innovative (non-standard) solutions in children. Phenomenocentric learning by strengthening interdisciplinary connections allows the student to gain a complete understanding of a particular phenomenon and in the future prepare for deeper project-based learning in secondary and high schools.

Primary school education is carried out with extensive use of modern didactic materials that contribute to the effective implementation of the educational process. Modern technical equipment makes it possible to widely use innovative teaching methods in all classes: projectors and interactive whiteboards are installed in all classrooms.

In primary school, the entire educational process is based on the principle of reflexive learning, which promotes the assimilation of knowledge through the formation of experience. Everything that children are taught is practiced by experience, contributing to the formation of the necessary abilities. In elementary school, project-based learning skills are also formed, which are widely represented in middle and high school., identification of the personal potential of another child for further formation of interests and development of cognitive activity.

In elementary school, scheduled classes also include preparation for lessons. The training is conducted by the assistants of the class teacher with the help of the class teacher and subject teachers.

The educational process at the school lasts 9 months. There are also seasonal camps for first and second grade students during the fall, winter and spring holidays in elementary school. The school operates on a 5-day working schedule from 08:15 to 17:30:

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