Newsletter 29 August 2019

Letter from the Headmaster

It was a great pleasure to see so many of you on Monday for the Day of Knowledge: I hope you enjoyed the occasion as much as I did.

Photos from the Day of Knowledge

The term seems to have started very well and it is pleasing to see so many happy faces when the children arrive at school in the morning.

We are still experiencing quite major problems with our email system and I’m really sorry that some parents didn’t receive the information sent before the start of term. The problem also applies to our incoming emails and so if you have sent emails to school and haven’t received a reply could I ask that you please call +7(7172) 55 98 55 (ext. 100, 110, 124). We’re working hard to find a solution and we will let you know when things are back to normal.

I hope you all enjoy the Constitution Day holiday and have a lovely weekend.

Very best wishes,

Mark Smith


More news

Information for parents:

  • The school Handbook is available for all parents on Firefly

  • Our after school CCA programme will commence on Monday 9th September for pupils in Year 2- Year 13. Our CCA coordinator is Miss Gulim. She will advertise the CCA programme next week. If you have any questions please contact her on

  • Car passes - most families have collected their personal car pass this week. Passes are available at the main reception.

  • Leave of absence requests should be made 24 hours in advance. Form are available both on the main reception and are also in the School Handbook.

  • The calendar is also available in the Handbook. We attached a copy with this newsletter for your reference.
  • The Haileybury Mile will take place on Wednesday 18th Septemberat 9.00am for Junior School and on Friday 20th September at 12.30pm for Senior School. Parents are warmly invited to spectate.

  • The British Embassy is organising a Car Boot Sale here at Haileybury on 7th September. All families are welcome to reserve a pitch or to come and browse the items for sale. Please see the attached invitation.

Kim Holmes

STEAM Olympiad Results
Last weekend the STEAM Olympiad was held on the 14th of May at Haileybury Astana. We were excited to host such a prominent event for the first time.
How do we support our children’s English language learning at school and at home?
We would like to invite parents of the Senior School pupils to attend our last Senior School Parent Partnership Programme (PPP) session which will take place on May 24th.
Register for the Senior School Open Morning
We are delighted to invite everyone who is interested in British education to join our Senior School Open Morning on Saturday, May 28th from 10 am to 12 pm.
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