Our choir will perform at the Sila Bazaar in the Hotel Union on Sunday, 4th of December, at 10.30am.
We encourage our entire school community to come to the event and attend the performance!

The World Scholar’s Cup – Tournament of Champions 2016 at YALE

Twelve of our students and two of their coaches, Mr Klemen Strmljan and Ms Petra Cerar participated at the prestigious World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions hosted by the Yale International Relations Association at Yale University in Connecticut, USA from November 18–22. The delegates from Slovenia competed against 700 of the best students from more than 50 countries around the world.

Russian Cooking Class

On Friday, 25th of November some students from the national department took a Russian cooking class with Mrs Irina Miyanovich. Some students from the international school who take cooking class joined them. The students prepared Pelmeni with meat and sweet vareniki with cottage cheese.
The cooking class was part of the Sklad Toneta Pavčka project.

The New Year Charity Fair: Help Our School mates

On Thursday, 24th of November, we hosted the annual event: Help Our School mates. Students and their mentor teachers, helped with preparations for the event, which attracted a great crowd. The fair, in the dining room, started the festivities with displays of student artwork, which was available for a donation. There were also many sweet things on offer to tantalise the taste buds, which had been donated. Then there was the auction of sports equipment in the dome, which encouraged the crowd to delve into their pockets. After this, culture was the order of the day with a number of acts performing a variety of performances, including dances, songs and instrumentals from Slovenia and all around the world. To everyone who helped to make the event a great success, thank You!


On Wednesday, November 23rd we had cultural and art workshops in our school. The workshop was part of the project for the Tone Pavček fund.
In workshops the PYP students made their own balalaikas and/or Russian dolls. They read some Russian tales in English, Slovene and Russian. Students listened to Russian classical music (e.g. Tchaikovsky’ Nutcracker and Swan lake) and Russian folk songs. They also got familiar with the Cyrillic alphabet while writing their names in the alphabet.