PYP Cultural Day – Internationalism

On Friday, 17 September, the PYP students had a cultural day. The topic was ‘Internationalism’. Students were involved in various activities connected to different cultures and customs, food, games, clothes, music and literature. They especially enjoyed sharing the artefacts and other materials associated with their countries.

FREE – Russian Language Course

In gratitude for many years of support and cooperation, the ‘Zavod Vesela dRuščina’ Institute will be offering free Russian lessons to Danila Kumar Primary School students. Children from 5 to 7 years can attend the course held on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 pm.
The course is designed so that the child feels relaxed, and learning will seem effortless. They will learn Russian in a very natural manner, just like their mother tongue. Priority is given to communication without too much emphasis on grammar.
The introductory course consists of 15 lessons of 60 minutes each (20 school hours) and starts on 22 September at 5 pm.
For enrollments, please call 041 767 201 or write to
I look forward to meeting you.
Julija Mesarič

Reading Under The Treetops

As part of the project Library under the treetops, MYP students spent an English lesson reading outside in our school’s playground in September. They found the activity relaxing, calming and healthy since they could spend some time outdoors in the warm sun. Their reflections on ATL skills and Learning profiles are posted in the school hallway. We encourage the students as well as their parents to continue reading outside whenever they get a chance!

Tina Frelih

1M – Reading Under the Trees

​On Friday, 10 September, grade 1 students had a very special Library Lesson. After getting to know the Library rules, they had a guided tour and hands-on presentation of our school library, followed by a reading session under the trees on the school playground.
We learned many new things and had great fun while reading “Forest Friends Go To School”, a book by Kathryn Warner, which also talked about respecting the books and the library.