Irina Abuladze, Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia visited summer schools of science and English, in conjunction with meeting with students and getting acquainted with works of the young inventors.
The project is being implemented on the premises of Buckswood International School Tbilisi, with 750 students from the best regions of Georgia participating in the National Olympiads.
Summer school activities are divided into two parts: in the first half of the day it is mainly loaded with academic activities, while the second half is consisted with a variety of sporting and creative activities, excursions and outdoor activities.
The science summer school program is mainly focused on mathematics and informatics. Students get acquainted with interesting information from the field of science, lectures and seminars with invited lecturers, and specialists in the field.
At the English Summer School, the academic part covers both English and British culture and traditions. In general English lessons, students are introduced to various topics such as travel, music, advertising, film industry and more. The tutorial process is loaded with lots of fun activities that allow the learner to maximize their abilities.
The best students will be selected from each of the camps, some of whom will travel to Switzerland, CERN (European Center for Nuclear Research), and some to Poland, Copernicus Science Center, and students from English camp to Buckswood School in the UK.