Main Kindergarten


Primary School

At VOSIQ International School, students learn using the IB philosophy from grades 1-4 including kindergarten. The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) is an inquiry-based learning approach designed for students aged 3 to 12 years old. The PYP aims to develop the whole child by focusing on their academic, social, and emotional growth. Early years students start discovering the world, so the school is obliged to help them in developing multiple perspectives about it. Subjects are taught in Russian, Uzbek, and English languages. In case of a child facing speech defects, our school has an experienced speech therapist who works to the best of her abilities to correct speech impediments.
As part of concluding their primary education, Year 4 students are expected to demonstrate their understanding of the program by participating in an exhibition. The exhibition is held in partnership with the whole learning community.

Middle School and High School

Middle school education typically covers grades 5 through 9, while high school education covers grades 10 through 11.
During middle school, students at our school study a variety of subjects including Mathematics, Uzbek Language and Literature, Russian Language, History, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education, and Foreign languages such as English, German, or French. In addition to these core subjects, students may also have the opportunity to study Music, Art, and Computer Science.
At the high school level, students continue to study many of the same subjects as in middle school, but with greater depth and complexity. In addition, students may have the opportunity to specialize in certain areas of study such as natural sciences, social sciences, or humanities. High school students also typically take exams at the end of each year to assess their knowledge and progress.
At both the middle school and high school levels, the curriculum is designed to prepare students for university-level education or vocational training. Overall, the education system places a strong emphasis on academic achievement and the development of interpersonal skills and provides students with a solid foundation in a wide range of subjects.

Extra-Curricular Activities

The main goal of our school is to foster the comprehensive development of the child. In this regard, beyond academic achievement, we place importance on the physical and mental well-being of a child through extra-curricular activities and sports. The following is a list of our extra-curricular activities;
• Chess
• Greco-Roman wrestling
• Taekwondo,
• Wushu,
• Swimming,
• Tennis,
• Soccer
• Basketball.
Merging academics and extra-curricular activities build interest in learning and self-development, promotes the love for a healthy lifestyle and courage learners to reveal their skills and abilities, and ultimately promotes a harmonious and comprehensively developed personality.

Working Hours

School starts at 8:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday. Our lessons are 40 minutes long with 5-minute breaks in between them. Learners go for lunch at different times between 11:30 to 13:00 starting with the lower grades (primary) and ending with the upper grades (middle and high school). A snack break is served between 15:10 to 16:00. Extra-curricular activities are from 15:10 to 17:00.

Saturday and Sunday are off days. The weekend is necessary for the learners and teachers to have a good rest so that they can replenish energy and strength to enable them to scale challenging tasks the week-long school activities may present. We also value the importance of national and global holidays in which our learners take this opportunity to spend time with their immediate and extended families to celebrate culture and tradition.