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On Saturday the 23rd of June instead of our usual Saturday Club we will be celebrating the Queen’s birthday! Children aged from 3-7 years are invited to attend our special royal party.

The session includes:

To book a ticket please email info@britanniaschool.net or call +79853103405. We look forward to seeing you at Britannia School!

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Queen’s Birthday Party

Queen’s Birthday Party

On Saturday the 23rd of June instead of our usual Saturday Club we will be celebrating the Queen’s birthday! Children aged from 3-7 years are invited to attend our special royal party. The session includes: Traditional British tea party Cooking class Crown...
Art Week

Art Week

Art Week saw our children and teachers explore with art and varying types of creative materials, from 28th May- 2nd June. From installations to fine art, the children used a number of different artists as inspiration to produce their own art. Pre-Nursery explored with...
Mini British Summer Camp 2018

Mini British Summer Camp 2018

This summer Britannia School will be offering a fun and educational mini summer camp Monday through Friday for children aged 2 to 7 years old. The camp will run from the 16 of July 2018 to the 10 of August 2018. The children attending our summer camp will be immersed...
Traditional British Easter Egg Hunt

Traditional British Easter Egg Hunt

On the 7th of April 2018 from 10AM to 2PM, Britannia School, a British nursery, will hold a traditional British Easter Egg Hunt at its campus for children aged 3-7 in English. The program will include: Easter egg hunt with Cadbury chocolate eggs from the UK Dance/...
British Science Week

British Science Week

Our children love any chance to explore, research and discover, so British Science Week was a must at Britannia School Moscow from the 9th — 18th March. During a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths, the children at Britannia School...
The Littlest Christmas Tree

The Littlest Christmas Tree

On Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th December Britannia School held a traditionally British Christmas concert ‘The Littlest Christmas Tree’. Left all alone in the forest, after all the other pine trees were chosen to become Christmas Trees, one little tree felt lonely...