In connection with the measure of the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports to organize enrollment for compulsory school attendance in primary schools of all founders for the school year 2021/2022, we announce that enrollment will take place only by submitting an electronic application. Please send a copy of the child's birth certificate together with the application. The registration will take place on 14.4. and 20.4. 2021, then within approximately two weeks we will let you know the decision on the admission / non-admission of the child to the Year 2.
On the occasion of this year's International Women's Day, secondary students decided to create posters with a message that every woman should remember.
International Class has opened a Pop-up Cupcake store as the end of a large-scale business-focused project.
Beehive is hosting first Educational Summer Camp and opening gates to public!
In connection with measures of the Minister of Education, Youth and Sports to organize compulsory school attendance at elementary schools of all founders for the school year 2020/2021 of 18 March 2020, we announce that the admission will take place only by submitting an electronic application.
Measures of the Ministry of Health prohibit personal presence in education or study.
Beehive is hosting a Valentine's Day Charity Market in order to raise money to assist the animals and people who were injured in the Australian Bushfires.
Beehive opens its doors in February 2020 for an exclusive look inside our education and teaching.
For the 2020/2021 school year, we accept a maximum of 16 pupils in the 1st class.
Please find the enclosed document regarding change of tuition fees for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Beehive students kicked off the school year with the annual teambuilding trip to Moninec!
Please find the attached decision for enrollment for our Year 2 class for 2019-2020 academic year.
Secondary students enjoy a week of projects including photography, cooking, graphic design, mapping, poetry, drama, film review, science experiments and other challenges!
Beehive students enjoy a week of skiing in the mountains of the Austrian alps and Krkonoše, Czech Republic.
Beehive students celebrate the American holiday Thanksgiving by eating a traditional, festive lunch.
The 2018-2019 academic year has officially begun at Beehive International School!
Beehive students spend one week studying abroad in Rugby, England for an educational and cultural experience.
Students in Year 9 class have created their very own Beehive Magazine! After collecting student work across the grade levels, students worked diligently to put together a magazine where they tell about events happening in the school and showcase the work of their peers. Check out the magazine in PDF here.
Beehive students are learning all about focus and positive thinking in their recent mindfulness training.
Archery, rope climbing, trampolining, scooters and many other fun activities made this years team building one to remember.
We are having a fantastic time, enjoying the mountain air and wilderness at the Bee Westeren Summer Camp in Krkonoše.
Year 5, 6, 7, and 8 classes presented their end-of-year projects to parents and teachers. A job well done to all students!
Run and help charity. In total, students walked an incredible 2740 km, raising 30,984 Kč for Boženka. Thank you for your support!
Today was a special milestone for our Year 2 students. Together with parents, all students were acknowledged for their reading skills that they have worked on throughout the school year.
What a memorable and eventful week full of great hiking, fun science experiments, outdoor learning and bonding with friends.
Our skilled and talented football players from Beehive achieved 3rd place overall at today's McDonald's Cup. A fantastic result and we are extremely proud!
This week, students from years 3 - 8 were treated to workshops from ADRA, focusing on a variety of world topics.
Year 2 and Year 3 students recently enjoyed a trip to the theatre. The play, Branka, was full of songs and wooden puppets which children were able to view and try to puppeteer after the show.
Year 2 students worked in pairs using interactive tablets to read and answer comprehension questions. Great team work!
Connected to our Year 6 society lessons, students have been learning about previous and current Czech engineering. We also visited the Villa of Emil Kolben, a prominent Czech businessman in engineering.
Last Friday was 'Random Acts of Kindness Day'. We encouraged students this week to help out others in any way they could.
This morning, parents were treated to a variety of healthy snacks, including fruit salad, gluten free energy balls and freshly squeezed orange juice during today's coffee morning.
Today, Year 4 students took a trip to visit Czech parliament. The excursion was very informative and interesting, with students being allowed to enter the press centre which is usually reserved only for reporters.
Recently, Year 6 students worked in groups to create their dream restaurant. Together they created 3D models, menus in both the Czech and English language and described the preparation of their favourite foods, presenting all of this to Year 5 students. A fantastic project which combined a variety of learning areas.
We had so much fun baking and decorating cookies on Valentine's Day! Mr. Eddie helped us with baking and Ms. Sarah helped us with decorating. We think they turned out great!
Students received their first semester reports. A lot of hard work from students, parents and teachers has paid off. Congratulations!
Students from Year 1 to Year 8 were taught proper forms of etiquette in varying social situations.
Year 5 students have been learning about different landforms in SESE and recently presented some incredible homemade projects.
Yesterday, Year 2 students were treated to an exciting visit to the Lego exhibition. The children enjoyed looking at pre-built models, but most of all they enjoyed building their own designs, creating original and beautiful artworks.
Greetings from the Austrian Alps and Spindleruv Mlyn! The weather has been a bit of a challenge for our first two days, but our skilled skiers don't mind this at all. We have been split into teams, trying a variety of different slopes and styles. We are having a great time being amongst nature and the elements.
Art and craft preparation was underway today, bringing together students from across the school and delivering excellent results.
This year's Christmas concert united Beehive Preschool, Primary and Secondary students, along with teachers and parents. The audience was treated to a great display of musicianship, acting and improvisation watching Beehive's rendition of Mary Poppins.
Today, Year 2 students were treated to a trip to an outdoor ice skating rink. For some students, it was their first time on the ice. Despite a couple of falls, it was a fun time for all and a lovely way to finish the calendar year.
We are in full rehearsal mode for the upcoming Christmas Concert, which will be held on Friday, 16th December. It's going to be great!
Last night, students from Years 4, 5 & 6 were treated to a fun sleepover at school. There were a variety of fun art and craft activities, a delicious dinner and a fun film.
Teachers not only work with students, but with their parents and together as a team, creating a positive environment that thrives on teamwork and collaboration.
Today, students from Year 8 were treated to an exceptional historical experience. To begin was a film, followed by a discussion with an historian from the Military History Institute.
Next, students visited the Military Museum and viewed an exhibition called Life in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Finally, visiting the scene where paratroopers faced their final encounters during the war. It was a day full of education and experience!
Today, students and staff were treated to an authentic Thanksgiving lunch, celebrating the holiday in style. Students made their very own place cards to go with traditions while learning about the origins of the holiday during the past week. Happy Thanksgiving from Beehive International School!
After many weeks of learning, growing and fun, Beehive students today received their 1st quarter reports. Congratulations on excellent results throughout all years and subjects.
FUN FACT: The subject with the most 1's for this quarter was English, with 723 in total!
This week, Year 2 & 3 students were treated to a trip to the Czech television studio where they had the chance to see what goes on behind the scenes.
Autumn is definitely here as the leaves fall along with the temperature. Next week is testing week and we wish all students the best of luck in their exams. Have a great weekend!
Beehive's annual Halloween Party was a great time for students, families and staff. Full of creative costumes and fun activities, it was a great chance for families and staff to catch up after a short break.
During our last assembly, we awarded one of our Year 5 students, Jan Vavra, first place in the Logical Olympics. Congratulations Honza!
It's been a great start to the 2016/2017 school year and everyone has worked very hard. We wish all students and families a safe and enjoyable week off next week. School resumes October 31st, which is also the date of Beehive's Halloween Party!
Year 2 students proudly presented 'The Vowel Song' to their parents at Beehive's coffee morning recently.
Today, Year 2 and Preschool students took a day trip to a pumpkin farm. We learned a lot of interesting facts about pumpkins, played with some rabbits and spent some time outdoors. For lunch, of course, a delicious and freshly made pumpkin soup. A great time was had by all!
This was a great insight into understanding how people lived long ago.
Year 5 students participated in the planetarium programme, Space Around Us. The interactive journey took them throughout all of the solar system's planets, the stars, the most interesting constellations and celestial highlights of the northern and southern hemispheres. Everything was clearly explained to the students through animation.
The class created their own models of plant cells, animal cells, and bacteria cells using clay or other materials, labelling each of the components. All students completed and presented excellent projects. After the presentation, their teacher had a little surprise of her own: a mystery cell cake to classify, label, and eat!
In corporation with the Jamie Oliver Foundation, they worked in teams to learn about the process of baking bread including measuring ingredients, rolling and preparing the dough, and the chemical process of fermentation. Students were able to take part in the entire process from beginning to end, including the final step - eating their yummy loupáky!
We recently celebrated the country's 41st anniversary of independence with fresh fruit, traditional music and mask making. Students were even lucky enough to receive a response all the way from Rabaul!
We will see you in Prague this afternoon.
Our new Year 2 students looked full of joy on their first day of primary school.
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