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!

Activities for Nursery

Capoeira is the most extraordinary and diverse known sport activity nowadays.

From one side it is a martial art, but friendly and interesting as a game. From second side it teaches to be self-confident, active and curious. From third angle you can see incredibly beautiful dance and acrobatics. Capoeira develops body as no other, it teaches to control the body by coordination, speed, balance, precision.

You will learn how to make music with hands, voice, all kinds of different Brazilian music instruments.

During the trainings we will get to know a lot of words in Portuguese that make your trips to many countries even more interesting.

Every training is a new box, new mix of music, movements, games and fun.
Come and fell in love as I did almost 20 years ago.

Check out what Capoeira is in this video-clip! 

Group: Nursery
Time:

  • Monday: 16:30-17:15
  • Wednesday: 16:00-16:45

Fees:

  • Twice a week: 46€
  • Once a week: 34,5€

Teacher: Andreii Pedchenko

Rhythmic gymnastics lessons give girls a good posture, it develops physical strength, flexibility, power, agility, coordination, grace, balance and control. Step by step children learn different acrobatics and to use gymnastics apparatus (rope, ribbon, hoop). Children will learn a gymnastics routine and they will present it at different performances and competitions.

Group: Nursery
Times:

Small Stars – Nursery girls and boys: Mondays and 16:30-17:15
Fees:
Twice a week: 25€
Teachers: Ms Katarina Papp, Ms Kairi Perk

It’s strongly recommended to participate 2x per week

Zumbinos is a club where we:

  • Dance for fitness
  • Play games
  • Make dance props
  • Perform
  • Keep fit

The children will learn to feel more confident
expressing themselves through dance and
moving to the beat.

We play games with music and use games as a way to rest between dances.
Zumbinos is a club for fitness and fun!

Group: Nursery 2 and Primary 1-2
Time: Tuesdays, 15.15-15.45
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Rebekah Wisbey

Ceramic classes are the ideal environment for children to explore their creativity while problem solving.

The 3D nature of clay will allow them focus on structure, shapes and forms and adapt to change along the way. Children 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 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
T
imes: Thursday, 16:15-17:00
Fee: 34,5€
Teacher: Heidi Sibul

Classes include clay, all the equipment, firing and selection of glaze.

Music activity playgroup “Let’s play” are for preschoolers (age 4-6) and P1 classes (age 5-7).

“Let’s Play” engages preschoolers’ natural love for music and it activates their imaginations. In the playgroup we will learn new tunes, discover rhythms and rhythm patterns, explore different instruments and experience a variety of sounds. Also, we will find out what it means to be a part of an ensemble. Playing in an ensemble creates the understanding of working cooperatively within a group, cultivates respect for others and widens their skill to listen and hear new timbres. Music boosts language skills, confidence, independence, social-emotional skills and self-control. I’m looking forward to discover the joy of music all together!

Teacher’s lessons with Nursery are based on The Orff Schulwerk. It is a developmental approach used in music education. It combines music, movement, drama, and speech into lessons that are similar to a child’s world of play. It was developed by the German composer Carl Orff (1895–1982) and his colleague Gunild Keetman during the 1920s. The Orff Approach is now used throughout the world to teach students in a natural and comfortable environment.

Group: Nursery and P1
Time: Thursday, 15:15-15:45
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Ms Maris Aljas

Activities for Primary

Music activity playgroup “Let’s play” are for preschoolers (age 4-6) and P1 classes (age 5-7).

“Let’s Play” engages preschoolers’ natural love for music and it activates their imaginations. In the playgroup we will learn new tunes, discover rhythms and rhythm patterns, explore different instruments and experience a variety of sounds. Also, we will find out what it means to be a part of an ensemble. Playing in an ensemble creates the understanding of working cooperatively within a group, cultivates respect for others and widens their skill to listen and hear new timbres. Music boosts language skills, confidence, independence, social-emotional skills and self-control. I’m looking forward to discover the joy of music all together!

Teacher’s lessons with Nursery are based on The Orff Schulwerk. It is a developmental approach used in music education. It combines music, movement, drama, and speech into lessons that are similar to a child’s world of play. It was developed by the German composer Carl Orff (1895–1982) and his colleague Gunild Keetman during the 1920s. The Orff Approach is now used throughout the world to teach students in a natural and comfortable environment.

Group: Nursery-P1
Time: Thursday 15:15-15:45
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Ms Maris Aljas

Welcome to the course, “Edison for beginners”!
This is the beginning course in robotics. We will build fascinating devices from Edison and LEGO bricks. We will learn how to control the robot wit clapping, how to follow the line, flash LED lights, write music, avoid obstacles or make Edison robots to communicate with each other. The knowledge acquired from the educational videos is reinforced with the help of worksheets. The course is divided into three parts: we start by experimenting with Edison’s inputs, outputs and other options with the aid of demo  programs. We continue by creating interesting programming tasks for Edison with the help of the EdBlocks programming language and end with concluding what we have learned and viewing some game ideas. See you at the course!

After the beginners group is formed, the advanced group with Lego EV3 will be formed for advanced level pupils

Group: P1-3
Time: Thursday 16:15-17:15 (will start in October!)
Fee: 28.8€
Teacher: Vahur Orrin

GROUP IS FULL!

After the beginners group “Robotics Edison” is formed, the advanced group with Lego EV3 will be formed for advanced level pupils. 
Information regarding the group will follow soon after the first lessons in October!

Group: P4-Secondary
Teacher: Vahur Orrin

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 students – 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-Secondary
Time: Friday 15:45-17:15
Fee: 23€
Teachers: Margareth Olde and Grete Olde

GROUP IS FULL!

This class is to express yourself in a dynamical, musical and passionate way. The training hour starts with a warm-up to develop strength, flexibility and correct alignment. Second part of the class is concentrated on dance technique such as fundamentals of ballet and contemporary (including jumps, leaps, turns, etc.). The class culminates in learning dance combinations. As a bonus the sense of rhythm will improve!

Group: Primary
Time: Friday – 15:30-16:30
Fee: 33
Teacher: Janne Reha (educated at Middlesex University London)

Ceramic classes are the ideal environment for children to explore their creativity while problem solving.

The 3D nature of clay will allow them focus on structure, shapes and forms and adapt to change along the way. Children 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 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.

Groups: Primary
Times:
Thursday 15.30-16.15
Fee: 34,5€
Teacher: Heidi Sibul

Classes include clay, all the equipment, firing and selection of glaze.

The club is for you if you want to explore more into story telling through
crafts, activities and developing your own ideas.

We will be re-telling stories by making
our own:

  • Story boards
  • Comic strips
  • Story stones
  • Small world sets
  • Story wheels

This club will help the children to explore the concept of story telling using different media, expand their vocabulary, encourage creativity and sharpen their memory

Group: P1-2
Time: Thursdays 15.15-16.00
Fee: 28,8€
Teacher: Rebekah Wisbey

Futsal training sessions are designed to promote technical, social, physical and psychological development of the players. The sessions consist of a range of games and activities based on FIFA’s Grassroots programme. The sessions are fun, age specific and intended for enjoyment.

A typical one-hour session is broken down into four activities which will focus on different areas of development (example game/activity):
First: General movement or coordination (futsal cars, catch the robber, obstacle course)
Second: Small sided game (1v1 or 2v2)
Third: Technique (passing, shooting, numbers game)
Fourth: Second small sided game (5v5 or 6v6)

Time: 
P2-P5  Thursdays 15:30-16:30
Fee:
Once a week 28,8€
Twice a week 57,5€
Teacher: Christos Patsias

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 the mobile apps are developed. Nowadays, it is all about the 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:

  • designing websites and creating prototypes
  • creating mobile games
  • developing websites using HTML and CSS
  • developing your own mobile app using Android Studio

Some of the activities will be done in groups to learn how to be good at teamwork. All lessons contain 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.

Some information about your tutor can be find below.
“Hi, young Einsteins! I am glad to welcome you to my newly opened Web design and coding club! My name is Mirell Krain, I am 28 years old and my goal is to teach you some basic skills on how to design webpages, create mobile games and develop mobile applications. Believe me, all IT companies would like to hire if, if you obtain those skills as early as possible.
A bit about myself as well. In June 2018 I graduated from Tallinn University of Technology. I was studying Business Information Technology and obtained a bachelor’s degree in technical science. For the last two years, I have been working as an IT analyst and tester in Trinidad Wiseman OÜ. Since 2015 I have been co-working with TUT and Mektory and I have been tutoring mobile games workshops. I have also carried out some workshops in Robotex, the biggest robotics fair in Estonia, and so far I have been enjoying it a lot. Therefore I have come up to open my own club for students. So you are most welcome to join.“

For more information, please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/nooredprogejad/ and website www.nooredprogejad.ee.

Group: Primary
Time:
Wednesday 15:15-16:15
Fee: 40,3€
Teacher: Mirell Krain

GROUP IS FULL!

Rhythmic gymnastics lessons give girls a good posture, it develops physical strength, flexibility, power, agility, coordination, grace, balance and control. Step by step children learn different acrobatics and to use gymnastics apparatus (rope, ribbon, hoop). Children will learn a gymnastics routine and they will present it at different performances and competitions.

Group: Primary
Times:

Daisies – P1-P5 girls Mondays at 15:30-16:30 and Wednesdays at 15:00-16:30
Fee: twice a week 52€
Teachers: Ms Katarina Papp, Ms Kairi Perk

It’s strongly recommended to participate 2x per week

Zumbinos is a club where we:

  • Dance for fitness
  • Play games
  • Make dance props
  • Perform
  • Keep fit

The children will learn to feel more confident
expressing themselves through dance and
moving to the beat.

We play games with music and use games as a way to rest between dances.
Zumbinos is a club for fitness and fun!

Group: Nursery 2 and P1-2
Time: Tuesday 15.15-15.45
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Rebekah Wisbey

In the Design for Change club we learn how to apply design thinking to generate ideas and find creative solutions to issues that we care about here and today – in our school, on the street, in our community, in the city we live in. We feel, observe, discover, interpret and imagine, play and prototype, make and improve, and share our ideas. Learning by making combined with real life challenges helps us grow more aware of our surroundings, develop empathy towards others, actively express our opinion and feel powerful enough to bring about the change we envision.

Design for Change will be facilitated by Vera Naydenova who graduated in Social Design: Arts as Urban Innovation from the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Group: Primary 1-4
Time: Wednesdays 16:00-16:45
Fee: 28,8€
Teacher: Vera Naydenova

Capoeira is the most extraordinary and diverse known sport activity nowadays.

From one side it is a martial art, but friendly and interesting as a game. From second side it teaches to be self-confident, active and curious. From third angle you can see incredibly beautiful dance and acrobatics. Capoeira develops body as no other, it teaches to control the body by coordination, speed, balance, precision.
You will learn how to make music with hands, voice, all kinds of different Brazilian music instruments.

During the trainings we will get to know a lot of words in Portuguese that make your trips to many countries even more interesting.

Every training is a new box, new mix of music, movements, games and fun.

Come and fell in love as I did almost 20 years ago.

Check out what Capoeira is in this video-clip! 

Group: Primary
Time: Monday, 15:30-16:30 and Wednesday, 15:00-16:00
Fee: 
Twice a week: 46€
Once a week: 34,5€
Teacher: Andreii Pedchenko

Feel free 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 with dance coach Mart, who teaches great steps and makes everyone in the class feel and love music and dance to it.

The goal of the class is to make students more open-minded and body wise about their movement. To connect your feelings and movement to the music.
To express oneself completely and uniquely.

The coach Mart Kaasik has been dancing for 4 years. He loves to work out, freestyle and listen to music. Dance follows him everywhere. His teaching method of concepts helps to dance to whatever style of music and to create one’s own style through practice.

Group: Primary
Time: Tuesday 15.15-16.00.
Fee: 25€
Teacher: Mart Kaasik

In the singing club, children learn more about their voice. We talk how to keep your voice in healthy condition. We sing and develop the voice using creative exercises and singing different songs. Singing makes you happy!

Group: Primary 2-5
Time: Tuesday 15:30-16:15 
Fee: 30€
Teacher: Ivi Rausi

The After School Art Club is an opportunity for Primary students to explore their creative abilities through individual and group projects using a variety of media and techniques from all periods of art history. The lessons will begin with a brief introduction of a specific artist or art style on which the project is based to give the students a deeper understanding of how art and creative styles have evolved and who some of the major influencers have been. Most importantly, this is an opportunity for the students to create, create, create! Works from our lessons will be displayed in the school throughout the year.

Group: Primary
Time: Monday 15:30-16:30
Fee: 25€
Teacher: Ian Karell

Circus Jam includes a variety of skills that develop students

  • Ambidexterity
  • Hand eye co-ordination
  • Depth perception
  • Peripheral vision
  • Neuromuscular
  • Balance
  • Focus
  • Concentration

Circus is fantastic non-competitive sport that is great for advancing problem solving skills, creativity and ones own self confidence. Group work is also an essential part of the program so students can make friends and learn how to work in a team.

Skills taught include stilt walking, diabolo, devil stick, plate spinning, scarf/ball/club juggling, acrobalance, unicycling…

Teachers Dan Renwick from Australia and Kaupo Pilder from Estonia are both professional and highly experienced circus performers and teachers. They are part of Open Tsirkus Stage, a local group that grows circus arts in Estonia by running workshops, events and shows for all ages.
www.opentsirkusstage.eu

Group: P3-P5
Time: Mondays P3-5 15:15-16:00
Fee: 24,2€
Teachers: Dan Renwick and Kaupo Pilder

This club is all about handmade doll clothes and everything related – from sketching ideas to working with different fabrics to creating outfits any doll would want to wear! Students will learn how to design, sew, choose and use different materials and tools to realize their own fashion fantasies.

For fashion enthusiasts of all ages!

Group: Primary-Secondary
Time: Tuesdays 16:15 – 17:00
Fee: 28,8€
Teachers: Triin Suurküla and Vera Naydenova

Short film represents a form of storytelling that can deliver a message, as 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.

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

Group: Primary and Secondary
Time: Friday 15:50-16:50
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Hanna Geara

Let’s start the day with activities like dancing, stretching, singing Estonian folk tunes and acting to channel the child´s morning energy.

The teacher is Kristina Haavamägi who recently returned from Spain where she taught English through songs, games and theatre. Her musical background started in preschool and she is currently studying music pedagogy at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.

Group: P1-2
Time: Mondays and Fridays from 8.15-8.45
Fee: 20€
Teacher: Kristina Haavamägi

Activities for Secondary

Capoeira is the most extraordinary and diverse known sport activity nowadays.

From one side it is a martial art, but friendly and interesting as a game. From second side it teaches to be self-confident, active and curious. From third angle you can see incredibly beautiful dance and acrobatics. Capoeira develops body as no other, it teaches to control the body by coordination, speed, balance, precision.
You will learn how to make music with hands, voice, all kinds of different Brazilian music instruments.

During the trainings we will get to know a lot of words in Portuguese that make your trips to many countries even more interesting.

Every training is a new box, new mix of music, movements, games and fun.

Come and fell in love as I did almost 20 years ago.

Check out what Capoeira is in this video!

Group: Secondary
Time:
Monday, 17:15-18:15 and Wednesday, 16:45-17:45
Fee: 

  • Twice a week: 46€
  • Once a week: 34,5€

Teacher: Andreii Pedchenko

In the singing club, children learn more about their voice. We talk how to keep your voice in healthy condition. We sing and develop the voice using creative exercises and singing different songs. Singing makes you happy!

Group: Secondary
Time: Monday 16:00-16:45 
Fee: 30€
Teacher: Ivi Rausi

This club is all about handmade doll clothes and everything related – from sketching ideas to working with different fabrics to creating outfits any doll would want to wear! Students will learn how to design, sew, choose and use different materials and tools to realize their own fashion fantasies.

For fashion enthusiasts of all ages!

Group: Primary-Secondary
Time: Tuesdays 16:15 – 17:00
Fee: 28,8€
Teachers: Triin Suurküla and Vera Naydenova

Do you want to be part of something special and unique this year?
Do you have a passion for writing and want to finish this school year with a published
book to your name?
Then this is the activity for you!

I’m Tim Heath, a bestselling thriller writer. I’ve written 17 unique titles which are published across 21 current works on all Amazon websites. By next summer that number will have increased to at least 34 titles.

I know how to publish books. And I’m offering you the chance for me to help you do the same.

I will co-write a book (as part of a series) with each student. Together we will decide on the concept, you’ll learn how to plan and plot, I’ll help you shape and sharpen your writing. I’ll put the edited work through my current team, including cover design, and if you keep up with the schedule, your novella will be published through my publishing house before the summer holidays and marketed to my 10,000s of readers via social media! In short, the backend value is worth €100s which you’ll get for nothing! You’ll be set up on Amazon with your own author page and your very first title–solely in your ownership! What you do with your series after that is up to you, but you’ll have the tools and the know-how to continue if that is what you desire.

www.timheathbooks.com
www.facebook.com/TimHeathAuthor
www.twitter.com/TimHeathBooks

Group: Secondary
Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 16:00-17:30
Fee: 57,5€
Teacher: Tim Heath

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 students – 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-Secondary
Time: Friday 15:45-17:15
Fee: 23€
Teachers: Margareth Olde and Grete Olde

THE GROUP IS FULL!

You speak French, even a little, and you want to be part of a group  experience leading to a show in front of a massive audience, you want to test your ability to appear in public, you are curious about French culture and, mostly, you want to have a funny time with others, Please, join us!

Aims :

  • progress in French speaking, understanding and get to know French culture better through drama
  • gain self-confidence by confronting other pupils and an audience

Contents :

  • exercises to get to know oneself and the others
  • storytelling
  • improvisation
  • exercises
  • participation in the Francophonie show
  • taking part in the writing and conception of a
  • theatre play

Group: Secondary pupils with French in their combination
Time: Tuesdays from 16:00 to 17:30 (there might be additional training in February/March)
Fee: 23€
Teacher: Guillaume Raboutot

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 the mobile apps are developed. Nowadays, it is all about the 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:

designing websites and creating prototypes
creating mobile games
developing websites using HTML and CSS
developing your own mobile app using Android Studio
Some of the activities will be done in groups to learn how to be good at teamwork. All lessons contain 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.

Some information about your tutor can be find below.
“Hi, young Einsteins! I am glad to welcome you to my newly opened Web design and coding club! My name is Mirell Krain, I am 28 years old and my goal is to teach you some basic skills on how to design webpages, create mobile games and develop mobile applications. Believe me, all IT companies would like to hire if, if you obtain those skills as early as possible.
A bit about myself as well. In June 2018 I graduated from Tallinn University of Technology. I was studying Business Information Technology and obtained a bachelor’s degree in technical science. For the last two years, I have been working as an IT analyst and tester in Trinidad Wiseman OÜ. Since 2015 I have been co-working with TUT and Mektory and I have been tutoring mobile games workshops. I have also carried out some workshops in Robotex, the biggest robotics fair in Estonia, and so far I have been enjoying it a lot. Therefore I have come up to open my own club for students. So you are most welcome to join.“

For more information, please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/nooredprogejad/ and website www.nooredprogejad.ee.

Group: Secondary
Time: Wednesday 16:25-17:25
Fee: 40,3€
Teacher: Mirell Krain

Short film represents a form of storytelling that can deliver a message, as 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.

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

Group: Primary and Secondary
Time: Friday 15:50-16:50
Fee: will be announced soon
Teacher: Hanna Geara

After the beginners group “Robotics Edison” is formed, the advanced group with Lego EV3 will be formed for advanced level pupils. 

Information regarding the group will follow soon after the first lessons in October!

Group: P4-Secondary
Teacher: Vahur Orrin

Individual Lessons

Are you interested in playing music? If your answer was yes, then good news – piano lessons are available this year at TES! Classical and pop styles are available to all ages and levels of experience.

Lydia Thorpe studied piano at the CIT Cork School of Music where she received her BMus. She has seven years experience teaching both privately and in specialist music schools.

Teacher: Lydia Thorpe

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

Piano lessons will be held individually, one student at time. A classical teaching method is used, meaning the children 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. Children come to play piano immediately and experience a feeling of success – I can!

Teacher: Mizuki Shindo degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the UK (MA), teaching piano experience for about 10 years in UK, Japan, and Estonia.

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

With Individual lessons children can learn how to play violin and master classical violin basics. Folk music and favorite tunes can also be integrated to the learning process besides standard classical repertory.

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

Time will be agreed with pupils.

Teacher 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.

Teacher: Talvi Nurgamaa

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

Flute lessons will be held individually, one student at time. A classical teaching method is used.

Teacher: Mizuki Shindo Post Co-Principal flutist of Estonian National Opera. Teacher at Gustav Afolfi Music school. Degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in UK (MA).

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

Are you interested in playing music? If your answer was yes, then good news – cello lessons are available this year at

TES! Classical and pop styles are available to all ages and levels of experience.

Teacher: Lydia Thorpe

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

Come and learn how to play the guitar!

The teacher 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 with 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 practicing the
guitar, the students will also benefit of some notions of solfege and harmony.

Mathieu is also teaching in Georg Otsa nimeline Tallinna Muusikakool.

Teacher: Mathieu Spaeter

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

Lithuanian language afterschool lessons will be designed according to teacher’s individual students’ needs. The focus is on communication, writing, speaking and reading, even playing, anything depending on students’ interests and needs.

The lessons are for both for foreigners and for mother tongue speakers.

Teacher: I am Agne, a Lithuanian language teacher, with a passion to teach my very beautiful mother tongue language – Lithuanian. I worked both in Vilnius, in Belgium, and in Luxembourg where I was teaching adults and children Lithuanian as a foreign and as a mother tongue language. 

Fee:
60 min session: 30 € per lesson
45 min session: 25 € per lesson
30 min session: 20 € per lesson

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).

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