SRIS explores scenarios to bring back all grades after the mid-term break, while upholding all safety protocols. Grade 7 to 11 will have at least one day in school starting 9th of November 2020.
SRIS is launching a series of online psychological seminars for parents aiming to help adapt to the realities of today’s world.
Our Austrian homeroom teacher Mr Philipp developed a concept that is playful and fun, to teach our students the correct behaviour in the school cooridor during COVID rules and an understanding of traffic rules at the same time.
SRIS is using Memsource in upper high school’s Russian and Kyrgyz courses next school year together with our Cambridge Course Media Studies. We started training our language team in the use of CAT and are using it to maintain this website in three languages.
In observance of the International Day of Peace celebrated this week, Silk Road International School has a pleasure to invite you for our “Hopes and Dreams” event held on Friday, 25th September 2020, from 14:30 to 15:30.
This year marks the 31st anniversary of the adoption of the Kyrgyz language as the state language! Here at SRIS we celebrated the Kyrgyz Language Day with a special program.
World Mathematics International (WMI 2020) Final Round will be hosted online, and the students can participate in the competition from school or home.
The SRIS education team came up with a modular approach to teaching. Now the school is ready to handle whatever the pandemic throws at us and still deliver quality education. Some changes will improve the experience of our students long after COVID-19.
For most grades school will start online on 24th of August 2020. However we will provide in school support to students who need it. The day of online learning at SRIS is clearly structured.
SRIS Teachers back to school as students. To teach at our usual quality level during the pandemic, teachers need additional skills.