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NEWSFLASH!

KINDERGARTEN (PRESCHOOL) OPENED AT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF TALLINN!

The IST has opened Kindergarten (preschool) for ages 4-6 as part of our international study programme. Under the care of an experienced early years IB teacher and well-equipped facilities on the second floor of IST, kids learn through play!

International School of Tallinn

International School of Tallinn (IST) offers comprehensive education in English from students aged 3 to 19. Our curriculum, from preschool to high school, is based on international study programs and aligned with the International Baccalaureate (IB) global standards. The International Baccalaureate (IB) enables a smooth continuum of learning across the world and is globally recognized as one of the most sought-after entry routes to university. International School of Tallinn provides rigorous academic standards and hands-on learning.

Our study programs are divided into Primary School (Preschool – grade 6), Middle School (grades 7 – 10), and High School (grades 11 – 12).

 

At International School of Tallinn, we focus on individual potential and each student is believed to be unique. English is the language of instruction and we offer a variety of foreign languages in our curriculum: Spanish, French, German, Russian and Estonian. Our learning environment is diverse and inspiring. We guarantee child-friendly, secure, and supportive learning facilities.

We provide a broad range of after school activities in arts, sports and technology. From indoor football to violin lessons; from dance to robotics, all students have a chance to develop a new skill and discover a passion for activities beyond the school curriculum.

International School of Tallinn is located in Ülemiste district, a smart city with a large expat community. The school is only a two minute walk from the tram and bus stops.

TESTIMONIALS

“Our experience is very good! Lisa Parker is just fantastic! We are happy to have her as a teacher; please keep her with us next year. I hope that we will have more fun next year, in the new building and I know that many new kids will join in grade one.”