ESTONIA

Narva Kreenholm Gymnasium

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Description

Narva Kreenholm Gymnasium (School) began its activities on September 1, 1945, and from September 1, 2023 it became a basic school. Narva Kreenholm School is located in the historical district of Kreenholm and is the only school in the area. Currently there are 596 students studying at the school.

The school has Russian language classes and Estonian language immersion classes. The school is active, sporty, creative and unique. The school has a large modern stadium, a swimming pool and an ice skating rink. The school is open to new challenges, ideas, acquaintances and exchange of experience.

The CLIL team consists of 4 teachers – 2 Estonian language teachers, 1 primary immersion teacher and 1 mathematics teacher. All teachers are full of strength and energy for new discoveries.

Contact

School: Narva Kreenholm School

Headmaster: Irina Bahramova direktor@kreenholmi.edu.ee

Tallinn Laanemere Gymnasium
(Tallinna Läänemere Gümnaasium)

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Description

Tallinn Laanemere Gymnasium (Tallinna Läänemere Gümnaasium) was opened on the 1st September 1989 in Tallinn, Estonia. This is a Russian-speaking school which since 1999 has been involved in an Estonian Language Immersion Programme. In 2023/2024 there are a total of 1390 (7 – 19 aged) pupils of which 413 study in Estonian language immersion classes. The school community includes 96 teachers and 11 school assistants (technical, administrative and support staff). There are great teachers in Tallinn Laanemere Gymnasium, 2 of them are textbook authors, 4 teachers are also advisors. Our teachers successfully conduct educational courses for other Tallinn teachers. All teachers are constantly developing and gaining new knowledge. 

Tallinn Laanemere Gymnasium participates in various educational projects and programmes in Estonia and Europe.In 2023/2024 main programmes are “School calling up to the movement” (main objectives of the programme create additional opportunities for increasing activity of students and teachers), “School Without Violence” (aim is to prevent and reduce violence against and among children), “Look into the future“ (objectives are to increase students readiness to make independent decisions, teach adolescents to defend their opinion), Eco-Schools Programme (environmental education). We have experience in communication and partnership with schools from other countries. At the moment our school participates in the Nordplus project, coordinates the Erasmus+ KA210 project and some months ago we finished Erasmus+ KA229 project.

Our vision: Our school is a unique educational institution that provides a modern learning environment with high quality and competitive education, supported by the personality of the mental and physical development, and maintains cultural and linguistic heritage. Our mission: Graduated student can integrate into a multicultural society and maintain their own identity, culture and linguistic heritage. A graduate student is active in society and competitive in the labor market, appreciates a healthy lifestyle, and uses information technologies.

Contact

School: Tallinna Läänemere Gümnaasium – Pealeht (tln.edu.ee)
Julia Vratskih (head teacher, special educational support coordinator, teacher of Estonian language and Arts); 
Ljudmilla Zarina (teacher of Estonian language);
Aljona Medvedjeva (Geography and Biology teacher);
Anna Holina (Primary school teacher, Estonian language teacher);
Jelena Smoljakova (Italian language teacher, project manager).

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