Primary School
Primary school teachers
One of the main tasks of primary school, in addition to providing knowledge and skills, is to adapt a child to a new stage of life. At school Basis we carry out this adaptation in comfortable conditions, with an understanding of age and respect for the child.

At school Basis you have an opportunity to choose two curriculums to study with – bilingual or Ukrainian with profound studies of mathematics and science.
Mathematics and subjects of the natural cycle in primary school are taught according to the program "Rostok". English lessons are provided five times a week. To maximize the development of children's abilities, teachers use their best personal practices in each lesson.
Bilingual education
Bilingual education includes teaching all subjects in two languages – English and Ukrainian. The advantage of such studies is a deep understanding of the logic and mechanism of two languages. Over time, students begin to perceive a foreign language as a native and speak and think in it fluently, they have a good command of the native language too.
In the afternoon, children attend extracurricular activities at school: logic, chess, Young Engineers (Lego - engineering), choreography, drama, creative workshop, aikido, digital creativity and computer literacy.
Upper secondary school teachers begin to conduct science classes in grades 3-4. Students work with the equipment of the physical and chemical laboratory, solve non-standard problems and prepare for subjects taught in the secondary school.
Due to the small number of students in the class (up to 16 children), teachers have the opportunity to guide the student on an individual learning trajectory and give additional exercises to fully realize the potential of the child.
A small child needs a lot of space for development. There are play areas in the school classrooms where the child can relax during breaks and after lessons. First graders have a separate room with beds for daytime sleep.
Full day
Full-time school means that students do their homework at school on their own. Every child has a place to store textbooks and personal belongings that do not need to be brought home.
Children can focus on learning when they feel safe. At this age, this feeling is associated with clear boundaries set by adults. To do this, we apply clear prohibition rules and positive reinforcement rules.
Physical activity is extremely important in elementary school, so we encourage children to move. Walks are obligatory every day.
Mutual respect is an important value for the Basis school team. First of all, it is teachers' respect for students and mutual respect between students. This lays the foundation for the future ability to exist and act harmoniously in a team.