You can share your emotions with friends, but at the same time apply them for a good cause!
“Life is much better with a CAT in it” – such charity exhibition organized within the framework of CISC_Weekend took place in Roksolana Shopping Centre, Lviv. Lots of fun and creativity, interesting acquaintances and guests, positive emotions and joy of benefiting a good cause!
During two weeks, the School Linguistic Tournament took place in CISC_Kyiv.
The children skilfully competed in knowing of synonyms, antonyms, definitions and rare words in Ukrainian language. All participants demonstrated extraordinary artfulness in explaining the words chosen, searching and finding curios puzzles on the playfield, and grouping into teams. Each team explained interesting words and recollected the objects and phenomena related to the topic suggested.
CISC_Lviv officially became one of Lviv debate centres to prepare young debaters for participation in the English-language tournament.
The School has joined the international project – Lviv League of school debate in English language.
“My unique, native tongue! With Your word, I speak to You! Thanks to You, I am who I am, all my thoughts and words are special thanks to You! You are my instrument to open the world each day! You are the very beginning!”
On February 3 in CISC_Kyiv the I Inter-School tournament in logics and mathematics “Rubik’s Cube Fest” was held.
Ten teams of school students from 5-7 grades from different schools competed within three theme stations in attentiveness, logical thinking and ability to use spatial vision.
All through December, some charity activities took place in CISC_Kyiv:
✔Each class organized “Little Saint Nicholas” fairs, where the children sold hand-made Christmas decorations, yummy goodies and some creative goods. Everyone had an opportunity to be both the seller and the customer, to test own negotiation skills and practice the knowledge and skills obtained at Financial literacy lessons.😊 CISC kids actively engaged into Christmas fairs, which are becoming a tradition for CISC.