BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
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Письмо моему абхазскому ровеснику!

Здравствуй милый друг! Братец мой, сестричка моя! Я обращаюсь к тебе с самыми искренними эмоциями, хочу вылить всю свою душу, дотянуть свой голос до тебя! Ты –моё сердце, ты –частица моя, так жестоко отрубленная и оторванная нашим недругом! Мне так тебя не хватает, Я так по тебе скучаю! Без тебя так мне трудно и одиноко, будто вырвали частицу души и сердца! Не бывать Грузии без Вас, без нашей дружбы, без нашего братства. Хочется верить, что и Вам без нас не радостно, как и нам, Вам тоже не хватает нашей близости. Нет дня, чтобы я не думала о Вас, о нашей плоти и крови. Как хочется, чтобы всё наладилось, милые мои, ненаглядные.

Быть может, Вас и не тянет к нам, конечно, мы не вправе никого принуждать. Просто хочу уверить Вас, что мы Вам не враги. В Грузии любят Вас, наших кровных братьев, сестёр и благодарны Вам за нашу общую историю, за наши общие традиции и за то, что Вы всегда стояли с нами на страже наших общих рубежей, за сильную единую Грузию.

И всё-таки, как помочь этой бездонной боли и недугу?

Не хочется напрасных обещаний….. Давайте, друзья, начнём посылать друг другу как можно больше тёплых слов и пожеланий. Станем слагать стихи и песни, снимем трогательные ролики и клипы, расскажем и покажем всему миру, как нам не хватает друг друга, как нам хочется вновь восстановить наш общий дом, нашу дружную семью.

Быть может, всё это тронет сильнейших мира сего, и они помогут нам вновь обрести друг друга. Ведь надежда, всё-таки теплится.

Братец мой, сестричка моя, я верю, что всё изменится в лучшую сторону, и Вы вернётесь к нам — к себе домой.

Шлю тебе сердечный привет и огромный поцелуй. Придержи, пожалуйста, его и не отпускай. Надеюсь, ты также поступишь и твой привет найдёт самое тёплое местечко в моём сердце.

Спасибо, что выслушал(а) меня!

С уважением, Ани Чиковани.

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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Prof. Eka Kvachantiradze

The Headmistress writes…

Spring holidays turned out to be pretty fruitful both for students and the teachers.

Our senior students used the holidays to prepare for the IGCSE, AS and A level examinations. After the holidays, the final round of mock examinations was held. The examination papers were assessed by the teachers. Later, papers and results were checked by Dr. Greenfield. Students were given recommendations on how to achieve the best results and what subject tests they should take. Some students have a lot of work to do. They have to sit serious examinations in May and June.

During the holidays, a two-day seminar for teachers was organized in Sairme, where BGS’s effective development strategy was planned with active involvement of teachers.

Despite March being brief in terms of study days, a lot of interesting and fun educational, cognitive or sports events were held both in and outside school. You will see more about all of these activities below in the monthly newsletter.

Cristofer Greenfield

Dr. Greenfield writes…

I have been exhausted by my visit to BGS over the last two weeks! Although my main purpose was as external verifier for the British International trial examinations in Years 9, 10, 11 and 12, I was also pleased to contribute to the life of the school in several other ways. For example, I conducted at least one assembly with each separate section of the school, and twice with the junior sections.

I was pleased that I was able to alert the school to the fun charitable day known in U.K. as ‘Red Nose Day’ – after the red noses traditionally worn by circus clowns. We all enjoyed our ‘Red Nose’ day at BGS, and thank you to all parents who contributed to help raise cash for childhood leukaemia victims. I also conducted a development seminar for teachers, observed some new teachers, spoke at the school’s Open Day on Saturday March 16 – and monitored a surprise Fire Drill for the whole school on March 22.

Most of my energies, however, went into helping teachers ensure that their grading of the trial examinations was completely in line with the guidance issued by the British examination board. Students can be sure that the grades their efforts received were what they would have received in the real examinations. The students who took the trial examinations seriously will be far better prepared for the real examinations in May and June. Good luck to them!