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At school, we try to regularly go beyond the curriculum so that students have as many opportunities as possible to expand their horizons and gain new interesting knowledge. Every semester BIS organises tours and excursions to various museums and theaters in Moscow.
Years 10 and 12 of School 7 visited the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia. An exhibition dedicated to Perestroika, the collapse of the USSR and the problems of the formation of the Russian Federation in the period from 1992 to 1999 was prepared for Year 12 students. Year 10 students attended the thematic exposition, which includes unique documents, photographs of the era of the First Russian Revolution of 1905-1907, the Russian-Japanese and the First World War.
The museum tours helped the children to consolidate the knowledge gained in the history lessons. But the greatest impression on the students was made both by the museum building itself, where the famous English Club was located before the Revolution, and by rare museum artifacts.