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WORLD-RENOWNED PUBLICATIONS FEATURE US
We consider participation in various Olympiads and competitions as a significant aspect, both for our students wishing to test their intellectual abilities and for the school, as it allows for an objective evaluation of the level of knowledge we impart!
We All Come from Childhood: Interview with the Founder and Director of WIDE Schools and Kindergartens, Tatiana Ayrampetova
How to find the perfect school for a child? Millions of parents worldwide try to answer this question every year. And what if none of the schools have become 'the one,' while time continues to pass?

The heroine of this interview is the founder and director of WIDE Schools and Kindergartens, Tatiana Ayrampetova. She took a rather radical approach to solving this problem by establishing her own school. She created it exactly as she envisioned the perfect school for her children."

Interview on RADIO VYSHKA
An interview on RADIO VYSHKA, the Moscow Online show, with Tatiana Ayrampetova, President of the Association of Private Schools, Kindergartens, and Educational Centers in the capital.

Sit up straight, don't fidget." Discipline in school: what should it be like and why is it necessary?
..Not getting distracted, sitting still, and listening to the teacher—requirements without which learning becomes impossible. All of this is what teachers call 'discipline' and they strive to achieve it from the very first day a child enters school. But is it really that important? Maria Besedovskaya, a 3rd-year student at the Faculty of Economics, Moscow State University, and an external consultant on preparing for the Unified State Exam, ponders this in the W.I.D.E. school blog...
The Annual Concert at W.I.D.E
A Graduation to Dream About. The yearly celebratory concert of the W.I.D.E network of English kindergartens and schools. Special attention was given to the youngest participants and guests.
Opportunities without knowledge amount to nothing: What should a modern Russian private school be like?
There's something to ponder: entrepreneurs in the online sphere are shaping a global economic network, yet they remain confined solely by their manner of thinking. Specifically, the elevation of civic consciousness lays the groundwork for both self-sufficient and externally-dependent conceptual solutions.
"Enough of saying 'we'! 5 Tips for Parents Who Want to Raise an Independent Child"
...So, what makes a school indispensable after all? It seems to me that alongside its other tasks—educating and nurturing students—a school should help a child become independent, teaching them to solve emerging problems and make decisions. A child becomes independent gradually: in the first grade, they are taught not to forget to write down their homework; in the second, to remember about the concert and come in formal attire; later on, to sign up for clubs, choose camps based on interests, plan their time, select exams for the Unified State Exam, and universities for enrollment....
"Everything You Wanted to Know About Private Schools but Were Afraid to Ask": An Insider View from the Creator of WIDE School
...I also believe that through a more individualized approach, which is a must in any private school, children should receive not only superior subject-specific education but also a broader outlook. This is because extracurricular activities (excursions, hikes, thematic lessons, holidays, seminars, and lectures outside of regular class hours) are easier to provide within the framework of a private school....
WIDE School — Building a School with a Big Heart
...We aim to create the WIDE family, where the school inherently provides academically strong education, validated not only by the Russian Certificate of Secondary Education (which is mandatory in our country) but also an international certificate. Furthermore, it serves as a second home where children eagerly want to come every morning and return after summer holidays on September 1st
"Parents Found it Harder to Adapt." A First Grader's Mom Reflects on the School Year
...The younger generation faces numerous criticisms: labeled with short attention spans, engrossed in social media, showing disrespect towards elders and traditional values. Yet, few acknowledge their virtues. In the WIDE school blog, Anastasia Lukasheva, a mother of a first-grader, aims to rectify this perception. She shares why today's children are the key to a happier future for all of us.
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WIDE IS OPEN TO NEW COLLABORATIONS AND INTERESTING INTERVIEWS
We have plans for new interviews. If you also wish to publish material featuring our involvement, we are eager to discuss this matter."