Setting-in to new environment is always a challenge for parents and a child. The Founding Director of Brookes Savvin Daniel Frater advises how to help your child to adapt easily.Read more
Our new Early Years campus is located in the exclusive Savvin River Residence complex in the Khamovniki district of central Moscow. We offer an English language-based curriculum for children aged 2-7 years (Pre-Nursery to Y2), catering for local and overseas families seeking high-quality international schooling for their children.
Through the Early Years Foundation Stage & International Primary Years Programmes, we embrace the concepts of holistic development and child-focused, early learning philosophies. Our teaching is anchored in current research and guided by a framework which builds conceptual understanding and connected thinking.
The curriculum supports our mission, enabling students to learn about themselves in a nurturing environment and to take action in areas in which they are passionate. Students learn about the world around them, and develop the skills necessary to connect with people, ideas and stories around the globe. Students use their environment as a tool and a canvas for learning and action.
Our pupils build leadership skills, develop their characters, and espouse creativity as they grow to become lifelong learners in a changing world.
We embrace creativity, develop connections and build character to encourage our students to engage in the world and effect meaningful change.
Each student is supported to unlock their potential.
Learning in the Early Years (Pre-Nursery to Reception) for the most part involves educational play which is intelligently designed to meet the key curriculum objectives. Teachers facilitate learning by carefully observing, questioning and prompting children and generally minimise ‘teacher-talk time’ addressing whole class groups.
We offer the complete education programme from Early Years through to Diploma programme across our Moscow campuses.
Our international programmes across the campuses are designed to provide a smooth transition for children, as they embark on their journey through education.
All students are guaranteed a place at Brookes Moscow main campus to continue their education following completion of Y2.
Should children wear a uniform at school? This is an important question that generates much discussion within school communities.Read more
As part of the Brookes Russia family, we welcome families interested in joining Brookes Savvin to participate in the summer camps held at our Brookes Moscow campus.Read more
We strongly believe in giving our pupils a voiceRead more
Our Head of Brookes Savvin, Daniel Frater, is onsite at Savvin River Residence on Tuesday and Thursday afternoonsRead more