Tallinn European School (TES), as part of a Network of European Schools, wants to prepare its students for their future. The future starts now and one of
The moment has come when I am saying goodbye to you, dear members of TES community. Or maybe it is rather “See you soon!” – the future
Timetable adjustment for 2022-2023 The management team, together with timetablers and teachers, is working on a new timetable scheme to allow the following: Accommodate the growing number
New instructions to schools from the Ministry of Education and Research in force from Monday 1 November
It is essential to control the spread of the virus in educational institutions so that contact learning and pupils’ hobby activities can continue. To this end, the simplified quarantine procedures have been changed.
TES Alumna Beatrice Mamlin (Graduating Class of 2021) is starting a new academic journey at Sciences Po Paris, a prestigious French “grande école” where she will be
A new school year is about to start and we are very excited to welcome some new colleagues to our evergrowing TES community! Do you want to know more about who they are? Let them introduce themselves!
COVID-19 vaccination: communication from the Ministry of Education and Research and the Estonian Health Insurance Fund
In order to face the coming autumn as confidently as possible – to go to school, exercise and do sports, meet friends, engage in hobbies, and enjoy entertainment – the best solution is to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
As of Monday 17 May, all classes are allowed back in the school building.
All classes of Nursery and Primary cycles, Secondary 5 and Secondary 7 are back at school from Monday 3 May. The other classes of Secondary remain in distance learning.
Distance learning period for all Primary and Secondary classes from Thursday 11 March until at least Sunday 2 May. Nursery groups remain open at school.
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