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Development studios

Painting is a child’s self-xpression, an opportunity to recreate his own emotions in paints! It is extremely important to unleash the creative potential of each child, to develop creativity and the ability to think outside the box.

What is taught in the studio?

In painting studio I-School, besides the usual drawing, children learn to create with the help of various techniques and imitations, sculpt mosaics, make engravings.

Who conducts the classes?

The head of the painting studio is an experienced artist – Maria Kazanets. She has been working with children and teaching painting for over 4 years. She is a graduate of the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, a frequent participant in exhibitions and charity expositions.

What age is the painting studio aimed at?

It will be interesting to study in the painting studio for all students of 1-9 grades. Anyone can express themselves outside the box!

Does your child want to learn how to sing beautifully and correctly, showcase his/her talent, and overcome the stage fright? Then welcome to the vocal studio of I-School.

What will your child receive during class?

  • voice training and proper breathing
  • clear diction
  • ability to work with a microphone
  • ability to lip-synch
  • the basics of stage movement
  • participation in concerts and competitions

Who teaches singing?

Head of the vocal studio – Krutko Natalia. For over 7 years, Natalia has been active in teaching and performing. Among her students are winners and laureates of such competitions as Voice of the Country, Star Bridges, Solofest, Art Music Dance, Country Art Fest, Vocal.ua and others.

Choreography for children is both a sport and an exciting hobby. Children who are involved in dancing are always noticeable among others: advanced plastic, good posture and easy walking.

Regular choreography classes help your child develop body flexibility, balance, rhythm and disciplinary skills.

How do choreography classes take place?

I-School choreography classes are held in a formation style. This is a synchronous dance of the whole team. Such activities will unite students and develop their dancing skills. The formation program can be performed both at holidays and at international level competitions.

Who teaches choreography?

The choreography teacher at I-School is:

Ioannina Barabash, multiple winner of World Championships and European and Ukrainian Champion. Ioannina holds a master’s degree in sports psychology and has been involved in dance for over 20 years.

Stanislav Kurinny – Champion of Ukraine in Latin American program, finalist, prize-winner and champion of competitions of Ukrainian and all-Ukrainian levels.

By coaching, he not only helps children to win victories and prizes in ballroom dancing competitions but also directs choreos and flash mobs by “blending” ballroom and contemporary style.

Particular attention is paid to the variety of tasks performed in the trainings: not only entertaining children but also instilling in them a strong desire and motivation to work on themselves and on their results. Much emphasis is placed on strengthening the musculoskeletal system in order to prepare these muscular systems for an active daily life.

All children are creative individuals seeking to find their own way of expression. That is why we have decided to start a handmade studio that will allow each child to find what they like to do and to discover their creative potential.

What do kids do in handmade studio?

  • clay molding
  • decoupage
  • felting
  • the manufacture of soft toys
  • macrame
  • different types of embroidery
  • beading
  • origami
  • topiary
  • quilling

and many other things!

Who leads the handmade club?

Together with the children, Lesya Dmitrakova will work on the creation of their masterpieces. She has more than 8 years of teaching experience, as well as possesses up-to-date handicraft techniques and is constantly looking for new ideas for creativity.

In order to receive not only diary notes but also real English skills, the child needs to communicate in it as often as possible. And it is advisable to do this with the native speaker, because he knows everything about all language features.

A foreign teacher will help to teach your child correct pronunciation, develop language skills, talk about the use of certain words, and teach to speak and write fluently in modern English.

Chess is not just a game but a whole world of intellectual leisure. As sport helps the body to develop, so does chess to help the child’s brain develop. Many studies have shown that purposeful teaching of children to chess games contributes to the success of the school and social development.

How is playing chess useful?

  • development of logical and strategic thinking
  • ability to make independent decisions and be responsible for them
  • development of imagination and ordering of thoughts
  • ability to control one’s own emotions in an emergency
  • improving communication skills
  • learning the basics of time management

And this is just a small list of what your child will learn when playing chess.

Who leads the club?

Chess coach – Elizaveta Bukina, four-time chess champion of Lugansk region.

She has extensive teaching experience with primary and secondary school children. Currently, Elizaveta is part of the KNUBA national team and is a prizewinner of a team championship among universities.

Did you know that a child involved in robotics develops not only logical thinking and attention, but also the ability to work in a team and apply theoretical knowledge in practice?

That’s why I-School introduces innovative classes, including robotics!

RoboUA is a modern technology lab in which children gain innovative knowledge. We are not just teaching, we are interested in the child, because learning with enthusiasm is easier and faster. RoboUA visitors from the age of 7 learn to create simple computer games on their own. This unique lab transforms children from consumers into creators of computer products.

We are always ready to trust the child’s intuition and try to embody their projects. We have moved away from the outdated “teacher-student” notions for the sake of a leading “expert team” teaching system and are preparing children for life in the face of new technologies, where the ability to program will not be a privilege but a necessity.

What fun and exciting activities do we offer in robotics classes?

  • independent designing and programming of a robot
  • exploring the scope of 3D printers
  • 3D modeling
  • improvement of various models of robots and mechanisms
  • learning the basics of programming in Python

and more!

Who are our teachers-experts?

Robotics classes are held by Yevgeny Kolomiyets and Nikita Provatorov, teachers at RoboUA. They have been successfully involved with children for many years. Recently, Yevgeny Kolomiyets defended his dissertation and received his scientific degree! So education of your children is in the safe hands of professionals.

How old are the students?

Robotics classes are held for students of 1-8 grades, which we group according to their knowledge, skills and experience.

Nowadays it is very important for children to be able to stand up for themselves and control their emotions. Aikido helps best with these two tasks at the same time. This martial art does not use physical force, but also teaches children to get rid of aggression and maintain internal balance.

How useful are Aikido classes?

  • absence of significant physical injuries
  • full control of your body
  • increased endurance
  • formation of the correct posture
  • complete discipline and self-control
  • improving physical fitness
  • developing flexibility and strengthening the musculoskeletal system

In addition, the child will become more self-confident, will learn to concentrate his attention on the tasks, as well as become acquainted with the ethical principles of attitude towards other people.

Aikido classes for children are also useful in terms of socialization. Communication with peers makes the child more open and sociable.

In recent years, 3D modeling has taken the leading place in the list of the most popular and interesting activities for children. And this is not surprising, because three-dimensional technologies are of great interest and provide for the comprehensive development of the child.

At I-School, your child is able to attend a 3D modeling studio.

What skills do children acquire?

  • development of logical thinking
  • mastering the basic principles of 3D modeling
  • formation of engineering and design skills
  • development of spatial imagination and fantasy
  • creating your own 3D models

How do classes go?

In 3D modeling classes, children explore the scope of 3D printers and learn the value of defining a 3D model and how it differs from 2D projection. They also learn about the features and properties of Tinkercad’s environment tools. After the theoretical part, the students make their own 3D model and print it together with the teacher on a 3D printer.

The basketball game has long had one of the first places among favorite games in the world. It develops not only the physical but also the mental abilities of the child. After all, along with endurance, quick reaction, dexterity and coordination, the child also develops analytical and logical thinking.

For what age are children admitted to the basketball section?

Basketball is a very complex sport, which is why we admit children from the age of 8.

How often do classes take place?
Basketball classes are held at the lyceum stadium. Duration of one lesson – 1 hour.

How leads the volleyball section?
Anton Lazebny

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