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Currently, around half of the school’s 400 pupils are in the younger age group (ages two to eight) on the lower school site.For the past two years, the school has been attracting pupils from British embassy families, along with children whose parents are working in business and commerce.The largest national groups are Britons, who make up about 30 per cent of pupils, followed by Russians at 15-20 per cent, with 35 nationalities represented overall.Facilities on the lower school site include playing fields, library, and computer suite, and on the upper site, a gym, basketball court and golf driving range.It is part of an association of nine schools, in locations ranging from Tashkent to Sao Paolo, run by the British Schools Group.TISM, in a well-to-do area of west Moscow, is situated on the site of the 1980 Olympic Games: the ice hockey stadium is opposite.
The schools featured here are both small institutions, offering individualised attention for children.
Larger international schools on offer in the capital include the Anglo-American school, linked to the American embassy, and the multi-site British International School.
Background: The International School of Moscow, not to be confused with its near-namesake, is also a comparatively young and fast-growing school, having been founded in April 2007.
Curriculum: The school offers the English national curriculum and its associated tests, with local adaptations including daily Russian lessons, with French also taught.
Children are taught to play a musical instrument from year one (age five).