Welcome to Tallinn Sydalinna School’s webpage!
Since 2013, our school has been named Tallinna Südalinna Kool (Tallinn Sydalinna School). In 2016 we celebrated our school’s 50th birthday as it was opened in 1966. Since fall of 2015, the school became a Basic School (students are 7-15 years old) with 373 students in 17 class sets. In fall 2016 we had about 400 students and 30 teachers. Our school is a public school and learning in our school takes place in Estonian. We have a beautiful and renovated building in the city center.
Our school slogan: AB IMO PECTORE! – with all my heart
We also use the slogan: Homey school at the heart of the city
Vision: A good learning environment in the school, which supports the development of each child.
Mission: To ensure the best education for each student according to their abilities.
Sydalinna School’s core values:
- Our school spirit
- Collaboration between the school and home
- Active and healthy lifestyles
- Interest towards learning and creativity
Tallinn Board of Education’s acknowledgements for our school:
- Best school website 2013 (Right now we have already new website from February 2017)
- Innovative act „Robootikaring“ (Robotics) 2013
- Safe school 2013
- Nominee for best good deed of the year 2013
- Best personnel project in educational facility 2014
- School with a good study environment 2015
- IT innovation contest nominee „Idea of digital 2015“
Tallinn Board of Education’s acknowledgements for our teachers:
- Best class teacher (2015)
- Best basic school teacher (2014, 2016)
- Best youth recreation leader (2014)
For more information about Tallinn Sydalinna School:
Visit our school webpage at www.sydalinna.edu.ee
Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tallinnasydalinnakool
If you want to visit us and get to know more about our school then write to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want your child to start learning in our school then write to email@example.com
More information about our school
Our students are learning English starting from grade 1, Russian or German starting from grade 6.
All 1st grade students begin with digital learning and robotics as part of their curriculum.
We have a future classroom (3D printer, TV, Smart-board, I-pads, new and flexible furniture, etc) as of 2015.
Formative assessment is used with primary school students (grades 1-3).
Our students wear school uniform every day.
Sometimes our learners have digital learning days, when they do not attend school and they receive and submit independent assignments via Internet.
The last day of each trimester is a project day for the whole school.
Each day our students spend at least one 20-minute break in our schoolyard, where they can play football or ride a bicycle, etc.
In our school, there are over 20 different after school activities (sport, music, dance, art, mind games, etc). Many of the activities are free of charge.
School also offers an after school programme until 4 pm and after that children can stay in school if they take part in any of the several trainings we offer.
Often our school organizes various events, such as handicrafts workshops, concerts and sports activities for our students’ families.