Extracurricular activities

Sports, Music, Robotics, Dance, Chess… TES offers a variety of activities for every age group. Discover them all and register to your favorite ones!

Before registering for any activity, please read about our conditions and terms from the Extracurricular activities Policy.

Nursery

The goal of our judo club for kindergarten training is to do the hard groundwork for “real judo” or to provide a strong athletic base for some other kind of sport. Therefore, we have divided the training into three parts, considering that for many children this will be their first workout.

First, we play a lot of sports games with kindergarten children. This is because to get familiar with the basic rules of fair play. For the child to understand that simple games also have agreements and as time goes on, the training becomes more contactable. The games we play are romping games, pushover and other contact sport games.

Secondly, it is important for us that by the end of kindergarten the child is able to practice a “judo fall”. Our goal is for the child to acquire it instinctively, the emphasis is on the child learning how to recognize his/her body and how to protect it when needed.

The third important point is that we would be able to motivate the children to do the exercises and to take into account the whole training group. We do all of this through games, at first we play more, then less, and eventually, the end games are motivators. The more specific a workout becomes (drops, general physical, etc) the more we use games as bonuses.

If we would start with judo right away, the kids would just get hurt and the exercise wouldn’t be fun anymore. Thus, the preparatory work is long and in kindergarten, our main focus is on the growth of the child’s own general development both physically and mentally. That’s why kindergarten judo is also very popular with girls.

Judo coach is Steven Rothberg, who has been involved with judo for 14 years, including 9 as a trainer. Steven graduated from Audentes Sports School in the field of judo where he also acquired his first coaching qualifications. He is one of the leaders of the Barra Sportsclub, which today trains about 400 children. He currently has 3.DAN (third black belt) in judo and coaching qualification of EKR 5.

Group: Nursery
Time: Wednesday 15:45-16:30
Fee: 23€/month
Teacher: Steven Rothberg

Ceramic classes are the ideal environment for pupils to explore their creativity while problem-solving.
The 3D nature of clay will allow them to focus on structure, shapes and forms and adapt to change along the way. Pupils will be encouraged to explore the wonders of clay and will experiment with a variety of building techniques.

My name is Heidi Sibul, I love creativity and endless possibilities what working with clay offers. I have been discovering the world of ceramics for around 10 years.
I have a degree from Tallinn University, I graduated from the field of Natural Sciences – speciality Teacher of Science. Two years ago, I graduated from Olustvere School of Service and Rural Economics – Ceramics speciality. I’m a mother of four kids.

Group: Nursery
Time: Tuesday 16:15-17:00
Fee: 34,5€/month
Teacher: Heidi Sibul

For 11 years we have offered children happiness through sport and football training.

All children, starting from the age of 4, are welcome to join.

Football offers a physical activity to all ages. Our football training is diverse and entertaining including different elements from other sports to support the development of a child’s coordination and flexibility. All of this will be implemented through fun and developing games. Regular training improves the child’s health and physical condition.

Group: Nursery
Time:
Wednesday 16:45-17:15
Fee: 17,3€/month
Teacher: Martin Õunap

The purpose of the class is to develop creativity, imagination and figurative thinking. Pupils study composition and colour education. We are going to paint, draw, craft and do glass painting. Subjects in Art Class are going to be nature (animals, birds), fantasy and geometric art. The lessons also provide knowledge of the basics of academic art.

Pupils can participate in exhibitions and various art competitions.

Group: Nursery
Time: Wednesday 16:30-17:15
Fee: 30€/month
Teacher: Karola Kaugema

Group: Nursery
Time: Monday 16:30-17:15
Fee: 33€/month
Teacher: From this year there is a new provider. The teacher will come from Koit Tantsukool.

More information will be added soon!

Welcome to learn basics in juggling, acrobatics, handstand, pair acrobatics, and balancing.

In these lessons, you can work in a group and also individually. Circus develops important skills and motoric movement, enhances both sides of the brain and teaches patience and working together with others. Learning happens through fun games and interesting challenges given by the instructor based on individuals own level of experience and skills.

Trainer Jaakko Repola is a professional circus artist and teacher. Having first studied several years of pedagogical sports instructing he got into circus school and is now a full-time performer and teacher.

Group: Nursery
Time: Thursday 16:00-16:45
Fee: 46€/month
Teacher: Jaakko Reppo

Active Studio invites girls and boys to a dance class!
This is a developing and fun dance class, where we engage in rhythm, and dance games. Develop coordination and sense of rhythm, learn how to move to music and of course DANCE.

Group: Nursery
Time: Friday 16:00-17:00
Fee: 22€
Teacher: Hanna-Liis Karp

“Music Let’s play” is a class for young children who enjoy creating music. In this fun class we will discover different rhythms, melodies and instruments together. We will also improvise, dance and sing together.

Teacher Kristina Haavamägi is Estonian and currently studying music pedagogy at university. She has been working with children for over 7 years now.

Group: Nursery & Primary 1
Time: Thursday 16:30-17:10
Fee: 23€/month
Teacher: Kristina Haavamägi

Primary

Being a positive, enthusiastic and an active young woman myself, dreaming big and doing all my work with commitment, I find that the job that suits me is definitely about interacting with people, working with them and always having new challenges. Having worked for nearly three years now with children, teenagers and adults in different schools, I have come to realize that I enjoy active and communicative work, so giving dance lessons is definitely something I love to do.

All my life I have been very passionate about dancing. I’ve done it more seriously for the last ten years now and with that time I’ve studied different styles such as ballet, hip-hop, show dance, cheerleading, club freestyle, contemporary, jazz and so on. For a year I was also a cheerleader for the biggest basketball team in Estonia and right now I’m finishing a 3-year dance school. It’s my passion and joy to convey that same feeling and emotion, that I get from these training to others!

This group, where I am inviting you, is a place where everyone who wants to dance is welcome with open arms. If you don’t have any experience in dancing then don’t be afraid, just come to this group and we are going to find that courage and passion to dance freely! All are welcome – beginners and advanced pupils.

Come to the first open lesson and if you like it then you are more than welcome to stay for the whole year to dance with me and all the other pupils. In the lessons, we are going to do some choreographies, stretches, techniques and your own creations also!
See you in the training!

Group: P4-S3
Times:
Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 28,8€/month
Teacher: Liis Nesler

Do you like playing mobile games? What if you could create them yourself? Join our Web design and coding club and learn how to create awesome apps, mobile games and websites.

Web Design and Coding Club is not only about programming. It helps you to understand how beautiful and user-friendly websites are created and how mobile apps are developed. Nowadays, it is all about mobile applications and why not to be able to do it yourself?
By joining our club you will have the chance to obtain the following skills:

  • Learn about computers and networks
  • Design and develop websites
  • Design and develop mobile games using Unity
  • Develop mobile apps using MIT App Inventor
  • Learn Python programming language
  • Learn 3D modelling
  • Learn about cybersecurity and hacking

The group size is a maximum 15 students and the club is suitable for students from 3rd Class.
Some of the activities will be done in groups to learn how to be good at teamwork. All lessons contain a theoretical introduction to the subject and practical assignments.

In addition, there will be exciting events outside of the school and you will have a chance to visit some cool IT companies in Estonia.

If this sound too good to be true, then fill in the registration form and find out yourself. See you already in the second week of September 2019. 

Please meet the teachers on our website.
For more information, please join our Facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/nooredprogejad/

Group: P3-P5
Time: Wednesday 16:00-17:00
Fee: 40,3€/month
Teachers: Mirell Krain, Rene Maas, Mihkel Laur 

The short film represents a form of storytelling that can deliver a message, like any other form of communication. It is also, a form of art that borrows elements from disciplines including acting, human resource management, creative writing, visual arts, animation, covering the different stages of movie making from casting, directing, filming (photography), producing, editing and delivering the final product.

The participants in “Video and Cinema” are invited to explore different stages of filmmaking presented in an easy way, adapted to young students. In the end, they will have the chance to produce a 3’ Sort film or animation applying the knowledge and the skills that they gained in classroom.

The short film club is led by Hanna Geara, holder of a Masters degree in Social communication and art.

Keywords:
Short film, photography, animation, creativity, storyboarding, special effects, sound, editing, directing.

Group: P5-S7
Time: Thursday 16:00-17:00
Fee: 23€/month
Teacher: Hanna Geara

In the digital age it seems that the machine is doing more than the user. In this course, pupils will learn the process of photography:

  • How to be in control and how to be creative using the camera.
  • History of the photographic process.
  • Cyanotype.
  • Building a basic pinhole camera.
  • Lenses and how they work.
  • Type of cameras.
  • Photographing with negative paper using old camera (field camera) and salt printing.
  • Photographing and developing and printing 35mm film in the darkroom.
  • Developing with coffee.
  • Landscape, street photography, portrait and still life.
  • Digital photography, digital darkroom.

The photography club is led by multimedia and art teacher Hanna Geara, holder of a master’s degree in social communication and art.

Keywords: Image creation, image development, film, negatives and positives, image printing. lenses, composition, lighting, depth of field, aperture, focal length, analogue and digital photography, Photoshop.

Group: P1-4
Time: Friday 16:15-17:15
Fee: 23€/month
Teacher: Hanna Geara

In the Bookmaking club, we learn creative bookmaking and binding techniques that enable us to design our own handmade books. We experiment with different book formats to represent our ideas and try our hand at illustration. Working with paper and scissors, glue and staples, thread and needle, we follow our interests, engage with learning, and communicate through the objects that we make. Building on the child’s innate passion to visualize and share stories, bookmaking sparks creativity encourages writing for an audience and breeds a love for reading.

Bookmaking is led by Vera Naydenova who graduated from the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Group: Primary
Time: Tuesdays 15:30-16:30
Fee: 28,8€/month (materials included)
Teacher: Vera Naydenova

Chess is a game which is played by millions of people worldwide. Playing chess teaches planning and foresight, improves memory and creativity and gives a great opportunity to spend fun time with friends. The best part about chess is that when you have once learned the rules you can play it with everyone and everywhere and it will never get boring. After school chess lesson is meant for all Primary school pupils – for those who don’t know the rules yet and for those who have already played before.

We are sisters Margareth and Grete. Our parents taught us the rules and we started playing chess when we were five to six years old. In the past few years, we have also helped to organise different competitions, been arbiters and taught others. We still like chess because you can never master it and you learn something new in every training.

Group: Primary
Time: Friday 15:45-17:15
Fee: 23€/month
Teachers: Margareth Olde & Grete Olde

Ceramic classes are the ideal environment for pupils to explore their creativity while problem-solving.
The 3D nature of clay will allow them to focus on structure, shapes and forms and adapt to change along the way. Pupils will be encouraged to explore the wonders of clay and will experiment with a variety of building techniques.

My name is Heidi Sibul, I love creativity and endless possibilities what working with clay offers. I have been discovering the world of ceramics for around 10 years.
I have a degree from Tallinn University, I graduated from the field of Natural Sciences – speciality Teacher of Science. Two years ago, I graduated from Olustvere School of Service and Rural Economics – Ceramics speciality. I’m a mother of four kids.

Group: Primary
Time: Tuesday 15:30-16:15
Fee: 34,5€/month
Teacher: Heidi Sibul

Welcome to learn basics in juggling, acrobatics, handstand, pair acrobatics, and balancing.

In these lessons, you can work in a group and also individually. Circus develops important skills and motoric movement, enhances both sides of the brain and teaches patience and working together with others. Learning happens through fun games and interesting challenges given by the instructor based on individuals own level of experience and skills.

Trainer Jaakko Repola is a professional circus artist and teacher. Having first studied several years of pedagogical sports instructing he got into circus school and is now a full-time performer and teacher.

Group: Primary
Time: Monday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 51,8€/month
Teacher: Jaakko Reppo

Here’s your chance to take a ride through the Estonian language!

On the journey, you will learn a step-by-step bunch of new words and expressions to make new Estonian-speaking friends, introduce yourself, describe the surroundings etc. Also, you have a chance to get to know Estonian culture and celebrate the holidays.
In Estonian classes we use different approaches to learn the language:

  • videos
  • flashcards
  • circle-games
  • board-games
  • treasure-hunt
  • songs
  • robotics
  • crafts
  • good-old worksheets

Do you want to know how ”Head, shoulders, knees and toes”, ”5 little monkeys” or ”Happy birthday song” sound in Estonian? Come and find out!

Group: Primary
Time: Mondays and/or Thursdays at 15:30-16:15
Fee:
once a week 34,5€/month
twice a week 51,8€/month
Teacher: Maarja-Liisa Plado

PS! For better results, it is recommended to participate twice a week

We are glad to announce that from this new school year we will again kick off with robotics lessons for beginners.
The robotics lessons are intended for beginners. (Primary 1-3 level). The size of the group will be a maximum 12-15 pupils.
Four education robots will be used in the lesson Ozobot, Dash, Edison, Lego WeDo, mBot and DJI drones.

I’m Vahur. I am a member of the Estonian startup community. I am a freelance technology journalist and robotics competition organiser.

Two years ago, I met at the Slush the founder of Angry Birds, Peter Vesterbacka. I interviewed him, and after that, I got to know that after building a successful Mobile gaming company Rovio, he is now heavily involved in Education.

His story inspired me, and I am now helping him with several EdTech projects in Finland and Estonia. Every good teacher needs a teacher, and we agreed that he would coach me when I need it. Now I am teaching robotics in 3 schools and 1 kindergarten.

I hope that with these courses I can bring your children more confidence and joy that is needed when starting thinking about how collaboration with the robots will look like.

Group: P1-3
Time:
Group I – Thursday 15:30-16:15
Group II – Thursday 16:30-17:15
Group III Friday 16:15-17:00
Fee:
28,8€/month
Teacher: Vahur Orrin

For 11 years we have offered children happiness through sport and football training.

All children, starting from the age of 4, are welcome to join.

Football offers a physical activity to all ages. Our football training is diverse and entertaining including different elements from other sports to support the development of a child’s coordination and flexibility. All of this will be implemented through fun and developing games. Regular training improves the child’s health and physical condition.

Why football:

  • Committed and motivated trainers
  • A diverse set of exercises
  • Participation in tournaments and games
  • Advanced players have an opportunity to join their age group

Group: Primary
Time:
Monday 16:15-17:15
Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Fee:
40,3€/month if attended twice a week
23€/month if attended once a week
Teacher: Martin Õunap

Group: Primary
Time: Monday and Thursday 15:30-16:30
Fee:
50,6€/month if attended twice a week
33€/month if attended once a week
Teacher: From this year there is a new provider. The teacher will come from Koit Tantsukool.

My name is Triin Sternhof. I have been volunteering for Estonian Red Cross since 2003. I am a member of disaster preparedness (DP) group since 2006. I have been teaching first aid in a classroom, but also outdoors during different events, for children and adults.

First aid class is a perfect way to learn basic knowledge that may be needed in our everyday busy life!

The aim of the class is to introduce first aid principals through practice. During those classes we will learn to help ourselves and others in everyday injuries. We will learn and practice teamwork through different role plays.

Group: P4-S3
Time:
Wednesday 15:30-16:30 
Fee: 23€/month 
Teacher: Triin Sternhof

The purpose of the class is to develop creativity, imagination and figurative thinking. Pupils study composition and colour education. We are going to paint, draw, craft and do glass painting. Subjects in Art Class are going to be nature(animals, birds), fantasy, geometric art and still life. The lessons also provide knowledge of the basics of academic art.

Pupils can participate in exhibitions and various art competitions.

Group: Primary
Time: Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 35€/month
Teacher: Karola Kaugema

Active Studio invites girls and boys to freestyle class!
Girls and boys of Primary classes, feel free to join and take a challenge! Learn to move your body, dance using great steps of this fascinating dance style. Listen to great music! High-intensity classes with a lot of improvisation and great emotional merit! This is your chance to learn something different and exciting!

Group: Primary
Time: Tuesday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 25€/ month
Teacher: Alma Nedzelskyte

“Music Let’s play” is a class for young children who enjoy creating music. In this fun class we will discover different rhythms, melodies and instruments together. We will also improvise, dance and sing together.

Teacher Kristina Haavamägi is Estonian and currently studying music pedagogy at university. She has been working with children for over 7 years now.

Group: Nursery & Primary 1
Time: Thursday 16:30-17:10
Fee: 23€/month 
Teacher: Kristina Haavamägi

Secondary

Being a positive, enthusiastic and an active young woman myself, dreaming big and doing all my work with commitment, I find that the job that suits me is definitely about interacting with people, working with them and always having new challenges. Having worked for nearly three years now with children, teenagers and adults in different schools, I have come to realize that I enjoy active and communicative work, so giving dance lessons is definitely something I love to do.

All my life I have been very passionate about dancing. I’ve done it more seriously for the last ten years now and with that time I’ve studied different styles such as ballet, hip-hop, show dance, cheerleading, club freestyle, contemporary, jazz and so on. For a year I was also a cheerleader for the biggest basketball team in Estonia and right now I’m finishing a 3-year dance school. It’s my passion and joy to convey that same feeling and emotion, that I get from these trainings to others!

This group, where I am inviting you, is a place where everyone who wants to dance is welcome with open arms. If you don’t have any experience in dancing then don’t be afraid, just come to this group and we are going to find that courage and passion to dance freely! All are welcome – beginners and advanced pupils.

Come to the first open lesson and if you like it then you are more than welcome to stay for the whole year to dance with me and all the other pupils. In the lessons, we are going to do some horeographies, stretches, techniques and your own creations also!
See you at the training!

Group: P4-S3
Times:
Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 28,8€/month
Teacher: Liis Nesler

The short film represents a form of storytelling that can deliver a message, like any other form of communication. It is also, a form of art that borrows elements from disciplines including acting, human resource management, creative writing, visual arts, animation, covering the different stages of movie making from casting, directing, filming (photography), producing, editing and delivering the final product.

The participants in “Video and Cinema” are invited to explore different stages of filmmaking presented in an easy way, adapted to young students. In the end, they will have the chance to produce a 3’ Sort film or animation applying the knowledge and the skills that they gained in classroom.

The short film club is led by Hanna Geara, holder of a Masters degree in Social communication and art.

Keywords:
Short film, photography, animation, creativity, storyboarding, special effects, sound, editing, directing.

Group: P5-S7
Time: Thursday 16:00-17:00
Fee: 23€/month
Teacher: Hanna Geara

Have you been sitting around at home practising and playing your instrument and wondered what it would be like to be playing live in a band? Then join the school band and get ready to hit the stage!

Music is meant to be shared, therefore band lessons are the perfect complement to learning an instrument:

  • Learn to rehearse and jam together,
  • Improve your performance and teamwork skills,
  • Build confidence and prepare to go on stage,
  • Increase your music knowledge and your level on your instrument.

To take part in a school band, you need to be over 12 years old and it is recommended that you have studied your instrument at least for one year. But first and foremost, you need to have good motivation!

The school band is opened to all instruments, depending on the places available (for example, a band can have several singers and guitar players but only one drummer and bass player). We need to have at least 3 participants to get started.

The lessons will be held by Mathieu Spaeter who is already teaching guitar in our school. Mathieu has 20 years of experience in the french and English music industries. He has been a backing musician, musical director and band director for many popular french artists and major companies (Universal, Warner music groups). He has also been teaching in some of the most famous music school in France and in England. Some of his former students are now professionals of the music industry. Now living in Estonia, he’s teaching guitar and bands to professionals and amateurs in both Otsakool and Tallinn European School.

Group: S1 (12-year olds)–S7
Time: Wednesday 17:00-18:00
Fee:
 34,5€/month
Teacher: Mathieu Spaeter

My name is Triin Sternhof. I have been volunteering for Estonian Red Cross since 2003. I am a member of disaster preparedness (DP) group since 2006. I have been teaching first aid in a classroom, but also outdoors during different events, for children and adults.

First aid class is a perfect way to learn basic knowledge that may be needed in our everyday busy life!

The aim of the class is to introduce first aid principals through practice. During those classes we will learn to help ourselves and others in everyday injuries. We will learn and practice teamwork through different role plays.

Group: P4-S3
Time:
Wednesday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 23€/month 
Teacher: Triin Sternhof

There are many benefits playing basketball such as strength, shape, heart health, stress relief, quick thinking, hand-eye coordination skills, agility, timing, team building, self-discipline, work ethic, confidence, awareness of space and body.

As passionate sportsman of many fields (athletics, table tennis, cycling, football…) I am especially keen on basketball, first as a player of a regional winning team and with a call up for the U-16 national team. Later followed by 7 years of coaching teams participating in school leagues.

If you are interested in more than a leisure game, and you would like to uplift your technical skills to the next level, you are welcome to join the team.

´All kids need is a little help, a little hope and somebody who believes in them.´ (Magic Johnson)

Group: Secondary
Time: Thursdays 16:05-17:00
Fee: 28,8 €/month
Teacher: Adrián Vallecillo Graziatti

The first trial lesson will take place on 31 October!

Individual Lessons

I had my first piano lesson at the age of 4, and since then I’ve consistently stayed behind the
instrument, trying to improve and take most of my skills. That road has brought me to currently acquiring a Masters degree at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.

I believe I wouldn’t have come so far without having a love for playing the piano, so that is the prime thing I concentrate on while teaching others — the “why” aspect of playing. I try to regard the music taste of the pupil, as well as any fun, exciting, fascinating creative ideas they might have.

From what I’ve seen, these are the things that make the somewhat time-consuming and repetitive practice sessions worthwhile. In addition to learning different pieces of music, improvisation, sight-reading and piano duets are also an essential part of my piano lessons, as well as bits of music theory related to the instrument if needed. With students who are just starting their journey with the piano, I find it crucial to dedicate some time to learn about efficient practising.

When I’m not playing the piano myself, I’m usually painting flowers or attending to my plants — I’m a huge fan of both indoor and outdoor gardening. My summers are spent in the countryside, amid nature and quiet.

Fees (per lesson):
30 min – 25€
45 min – 30€
60 min – 35€

Teacher: Ingrid Tamberg

Learn to play the piano! These are individual classes for age 5 upwards and last either 30 or 45 minutes. Pupils learn music theory, piano playing technique and all styles of music from classical to popular. Every pupil has their own individualised music and piano homework to progress at their own pace.

My name is Maria Bachmann and I have been teaching piano for over 20 years. At the moment I work besides Tallinn European School also in Estonian Music Academy and in University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Fees (per lesson):
30 min – 23€
45 min – 30€
Teacher: Maria Bachmann

Piano lessons will be held individually, one pupil at a time. A classical teaching method is used, meaning the pupils will immediately learn to orientate themselves through the complete keyboard, both black and white keys. Step-by-step, they start to obtain pitch names (A, B, C, D, E, F, G) and the meaning of different rhythm/tempo.

From the very first lesson, I apply a hands-on approach. Pupils come to play the piano immediately and experience a feeling of success – I can!

Mizuki Shindo has a degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the UK (MA), teaching piano experience for about 10 years in the UK, Japan, and Estonia. Mizuki is also teaching in Gustav Adolf Music School.

Fee (per lesson):
30 min session = 25 €
45 min session = 30 €
Teacher: Mizuki Shindo

Mathieu is a professional guitar player, composer and music teacher from France with more than 20 years of international experience.
He has been a backing guitarist for some top-selling artists in France, touring around Europe, recording in some of the most prestigious studios and collaborating with world-class musicians. He has released 2 albums with his own project “KSIZ”, distributed worldwide.
In addition to his music career, Mathieu has always been sharing his passion for amateur and professional students of all ages. His versatility allows him to teach and explain many different music genres (such as jazz, blues, Brazilian, funk, rock, hard-rock, etc) on both electric and acoustic guitar, to beginners as well as more advanced players.

Patient, organised, reliable, flexible and earnest, Mathieu is a dedicated instructor who thinks that having a good time is the key to good learning. The content of the lessons will be adapted to each individual student depending on their age, level and musical preferences. In addition to practising the guitar, the students will also benefit from some notions of solfege and harmony.
Mathieu is also teaching in Georg Otsa nimeline Tallinna Muusikakool.

Fees (per lesson):
30 min – 22€
45 min – 28€
60 min – 35€
Teacher: Mathieu Spaeter

Pupils in individual lessons can learn how to play violin and master classical violin basics. Folk music and favourite tunes can also be integrated into the learning process besides standard classical repertory.

Pupils aged 12 and above who have learned violin already, have the possibility to learn viola.

Talvi Nurgamaa graduated in Estonia as a string teacher, has studied viola in University of Music and Performing arts Vienna. Talvi is currently teaching at Old Town College Music school and possesses good experience in teaching children. She has participated in many international masterclasses and has a open mind to learn and practice new things.

Fees (per lesson): 
30 min – 25€
45 min – 25€
Teacher: Talvi Nurgamaa

I am a singer, a musician, an improviser and a song-writer. As a musician, I am experimenter and seeker who likes to think ‘out of the box’ and ‘cross the borders’.

I have graduated from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (music teaching, folk music, contemporary improvisation (Master of Arts)).

I am lifelong learner because in the Music you never will be ready. You have always something to learn. As we grow as a person, we grow as a musician. My last discovery is a circle singing technique what I started to study this year. My teacher is the grand old jazz lady Rhiannon who works and performs together with Bobby McFerrin.

More information:
Homepage: www.ivirausi.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IviRausiMusic/

All singers from P4-S7 are welcome to sign up for solo
singing lessons!

Fees:
30 min – 25€
45 min – 35€

Deadline to register is September 9

Labas! Do you know that Lithuanian language is one of the oldest and the least-changed in the world?

Come and find out how our ancestors spoke a long time ago, learn yourself to speak this beautiful language! Lithuanian language lessons are tailored to your own needs: either based on improving speaking or writing skills. Of course, studying is hard, but we will make it possible and fun:)

Fee (per lesson):
45 min – 25€
Teacher: Agnė Strolytė

We might add more activities to the schedule during the school year and some activities might drop out due to low attendance. All the changes in the schedule will be announced on our website.

Should you have any questions, please contact Kaidi Tärk, Activity Manager (kaidi.tark@est.edu.ee).

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