We are bustling with events all through the year! Catch them here in this section.
Field trip to the botanical garden
Each group has a specific monthly learning theme. In sync with these themes, we organize field trips to create interactive and fun learning environments outside the confines of our classrooms!
On the 3rd of October, our PG 1 and PG 2 students went on a field trip to the Tashkent Botanical Garden and got to investigate trees, climbers, creeper plants and shrubs!
PG 1 students had the task to collect a variety of fallen leaves, fruits and flowers for their science scrapbooks!
PG 2 students had a productive time tracing natural objects such as leaves, fallen berries and branches. They also examined natural color pigments by pressing various plant parts on paper!
The Management provides a wide range of trainings for employees at all levels once every quarter. Trainings are aimed at self-development and professional growth. Professionals as well as in-house certified trainers are engaged with our employees.
Paramount values and functions on Teamwork. During our Teacher Training in August, Mr. Boboyor – a Psychologist and one of the Training Consultants of Paramount Business Consulting – facilitated Teamwork for Paramounters by highlighting the value of diverse roles in forming an efficient team. He emphasized on ‘encouragement’, ‘trust’, and ‘appreciation’ of team members as key to productive team building. Our team had a good time bonding, and left motivated to give the best for the academic year.
This July we organized our very first Summer School, offering English and Russian language classes with native speakers, art classes, sports afternoons, pool days, chess and dance classes, and much more!
Cross Culture Day
Paramount is home to students and staff from different countries, exposing us to a multitude of cultural differences in our everyday interaction. Our Cross Culture Program aims at encouraging and creating an environment of being open to the insights of different cultures and turning our differences into learning opportunities.
While munching on Nutella bread and drinking 'Apfelschorle' – a classic breakfast combination in Germany, the students heard all about German customs, cars, food, sports and even practiced speaking German with Ms. Marabell! The presentation ended with everyone dancing along to a fun Kindergarten song about a Dancing Bear.