BGS - 17 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 17th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 17 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 17th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 17 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 17th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
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BGS online teaching success on TV Imedi

In Georgian educational sphere BGS was nominated as the leading and innovative school with online teaching achievements. TV Imedi dedicated a full stream report to our school.
Irma Javashvili, BGS international program coordinator, who is also a Chemist teacher was invited on show “Imedis Dge”. She talked about difficulties, new challenges and online teaching process which all the BGS members had to go though.
The fact attracting most attention of reporters is St. George`s British-Georgian School staff and their diligent work. As a result of qualitative teaching, international partners entrusted BGS teachers fully. Pandemic caused cancellation of British International examination, thus in August 2020 BGS students will receive IGSCE and A Level certificates-relied on the assessment of our teachers.
Journalists congratulated all BGS on behalf of their success!

St. George’s BGS in Tbilisi was established as the first British-oriented Secondary School in 2003, under the name of British Connection. In 2013, it was renamed St. George’s British-Georgian School, which is already an international institution consisting of all stages: Primary School (Key stage 1 and 2), Basic School (Key stages 3 and 4) and Secondary school (6th form).

BGS is the only registered member of the Pearson Edexcel International Examination Centre in Georgia, and is entitled to deliver IGCSE and A Level exams to its students locally.

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The Headmistress writes…

Changing from proximate to online teaching and learning was a serious challenge for the system of education all over the world, and for our school respectively. Taking into account the potential and creativity of our teachers, I, as the head of the school, was absolutely sure that we could accept this challenge – an unexpected transition to distance teaching – both academically and technically. Most of all, we were worried that the children would get into a particularly stressful situation. Based on this, we tried to work so that to give them the maximum feeling of being in school. That’s why we introduced the new code of conduct (based on the advice of psychologists); apart from the core subjects, we held classes in sports, chess and applied art; we also had a “psychologist hour”. We tried to conduct the same multicomponent and resource-rich online lessons as we usually have at school. We even celebrated our annual May 6th festival, the ceremony of moving to the next stage of education for first-graders and fifth-graders, and played the final intellectual game “What? Where? When?”.

In our opinion, working in the distance teaching mode, the BGS team (being oriented towards continuous development and creativity) once again confirmed that it can cope with all sorts of challenges. Although we still think that nothing can substitute immediate relationship between the teachers and students in the school classrooms. Therefore, we are all looking forward to “homecoming” in September, to continue our schooling hours in the usual regime.

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