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Specialist Subjects

Strong emphasis is placed upon Creative Arts, Languages and Physical Education. All students across the Rosinka Campus learn Russian from age three, learn to swim from age four and learn to play an instrument from age six. Specialist teachers, professional musicians and coaches help ensure a broad education of quality for our students. 

Modern Foreign Languages 

Learning a foreign language provides a perfect opportunity to open up and learn about other cultures. A high-quality languages education fosters students’ curiosity and deepens their understanding of the world.  As an international school, we view the learning of language as particularly relevant in the modern world and therefore modern foreign languages is a key part of our curriculum. All students from Nursery and above learn Russian during two lessons a week. In addition to this, students in Year Five and above also receive two French lessons a week. 

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Music 

Music is a universal language that can engage and inspire students and therefore has a central place in the ISM curriculum. Throughout the year, an exciting schedule of concerts and musical workshops provides students with the opportunities to showcase their work and talent, both in the school and in the wider community. ISM offers an extensive music programme that allows students the opportunity to play in groups or sing in a choir. For those interested in taking their musical talents further, we offer individual music lessons for a range of instruments. 

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Physical Education 

Our Rosinka students are able to undertake over 26 different sports, ranging from tag rugby, Gaelic football and gymnastics to swimming, wall climbing and kayaking. Students learn how to plan, perform and evaluate actions, ideas, and to improve their quality and effectiveness. Through this process, students discover their aptitudes, abilities and preferences and make choices about how to get involved in life-long physical activity. 

While the focus is on the fun and enjoyment of playing sport, there are regular opportunities to compete in inter-House competitions, sports days, and swimming galas. For outstanding performers, there is also the chance to represent ISM in international competitions. 

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EAL (English as an Additional Language)

As an international school, we seek to accommodate students from a range of cultures, nationalities and backgrounds. We strictly limit the number of students who need significant support to fully access our curriculum to 20% of any class. This means that effective support can be offered and that English remains the language of our school and the playground.

EAL students may initially be withdrawn from Russian Language classes to work individually or in small groups with one of our EAL team. Progress is monitored regularly with the aim of students becoming fully-integrated into classes, without additional support.