Classes 1, 2, 3, 4
ACADEMIC subjects in these years, students are taught by subject specialists. Everyone continues to learn languages; Uzbek, Russian and English. All programs and manuals for learning English are used by the collection of books from Oxford University Press.
A number of students participate in key level 2 science and General knowledge quizzes that are held every year. With the second class of tablets are used in most subjects to help and consolidate the learning. In these years, the development of self-discipline, concern for the world around us, perseverance, independence, reasoning and listening skills begins diligently.
Classes 5, 6, 7, 8
As part of their English curriculum, students are taught tips on successful public speaking, including speech structuring, persuasion skills, and the use of visual AIDS.
They put this into practice in their Speak Out competition, where they draw on what they have learned to make a presentation on their chosen topic. Many people have the opportunity to take part in prestigious competitions. Students actively use tablets and personal computers in the educational process.
Quality LEADERSHIP in grades 6-7 takes over Monitor functions, including Eco Monitor responsibilities and helping other students in the it Department. Several students take on the role of organizer at parent-teacher meetings, and many participate in caring for potential visiting students or help as guidance for new students.
Each semester, Head Boy and Head Girl are selected to represent students at key events, as well as for weekly meetings with the principal. Along with them, the heads of sports teams and boarding schools are a good example for the rest of the school, helping and encouraging their peers. Students are selected to lead the school as observers in various fields, music, school, and IT.
The duties of observers may include guides on open days and attending preparatory courses to help children with individual reading classes. Selected students are also encouraged to submit their peers ' opinions and suggestions to the school Board, food Committee, and nutrition Committee.
CREATING A TEAM
In September, groups participate in team building activities, and teachers and children get to know each other.
New children will be provided with a friendly guide that will show them the whole school and explain the rules of our school. These guides will be written to your child before they arrive.
MEETINGS OF MEETINGS
In the first weeks, we provide parents with many opportunities to meet with school staff and supervisors for your child's groups.
The well-being and happiness of our children is vital to running such a busy and successful day and boarding school.
A healthy diet is an important part of this. Our catering Department works to provide delicious, nutritious food for growing and active people and minds. Students chair the food Committee to contribute to menu selection. If any child feels unwell or needs additional services, we have a team consisting of qualified professionals, including a doctor, school counselor, and psychologist. All students of our schools must pass the necessary tests and the necessary specialists are examined at the school.
Children regularly meet with the group's curator. These classes can be used as a time to check that children are happy with the balance of their studies and their chosen extracurricular activities. They can also be used to discuss topical issues such as friendship, electronic security, or nutrition, both for a group throughout the year, or in smaller numbers, using the "circle Time" approach.
We are proud to listen to all our children and make sure they feel that Redbridge is "their school". Ultimately. we feel that this makes for a happy and positive community in which every child can thrive.
At Redbridge, we believe that your child's school years lay the Foundation for a successful life. We provide a quality learning environment with a happy, healthy, energetic atmosphere. Along with practical skills and knowledge, students are encouraged to develop a lively and inquisitive mind, the ability to rationally ask questions and discuss, and apply themselves.
SMALL NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN CLASSES
We strive for small class sizes that rarely exceed 18 and often less. This allows our teachers to focus on the things that matter in the classroom; teaching and learning, providing individual attention and care, and helping each student with their unique needs.
A BROAD AND BALANCED CURRICULUM
How can you know where your talent is if you've never tried something? We believe in opening as many doors as possible so that children can experience challenges and get inspired and experience a wide range of issues and activities.
Starting from grade 1, students have special subject teachers, and their progress is monitored by their group leader. English and mathematics remain the main subjects in the curriculum, but students also study physics, chemistry, biology, history, geography, religious studies, design and technology, food technology, information and communication technology, psychology, sociology, business lessons, art, music, drama and physical education.
Our curriculum is designed to engage, motivate, stimulate and support the interests of each student, regardless of their strengths and weaknesses.
Our individual approach ensures that students get the depth and breadth of educational experience that suits them.