You will need
  • Documents required for admission to school:
  • - application of parents (written in the school in the prescribed form)
  • - copy of birth certificate of the child
  • - copy of health insurance policy
  • - copy of passport of one of parents
  • - medical certificate form 0-26/
  • - reference from place of residence(by the school)
The first of April begins an official admission of children to first grade. At the time of admission the child should not be less than 6.5 years and no more than 8 (another age agreed with the school administration on an individual basis).

You should be issued a medical card of the student,which must be included information about vaccinations carried out and the conclusion of the doctors that the child can learn in school.

The child must accept the school to which it is attached geographically by place of residence or registration. If you no need to contact the city Department of education and you will be given a referral to the school. In any other school the child may be taken only upon availability.
When you enroll in school a child needs to talk to the school psychologist to determine the degree of psychological readiness of the future child. In fact, the interview turns into a real entrance exam. The future first-grader before the school entry needs:

- know their name, patronymic, surname, date of birth;

- know the names of the parents;

- know the seasons, what time of year at the moment, its symptoms;

- to distinguish all colors;

- to know the simplest geometrical figures;

- to be able to sort the items by groups (dishes, vehicles, animals, etc.);

- count to 10 and back;

- make addition and subtraction within ten;

- write your name and surname in block letters;

- read the syllables.
What will be taught in school? - you will be surprised. The same thing, only in a more complex form and an accelerated pace. Today's reality is that the better a child is prepared for school, the faster and easier it will be a period of adaptation in the first grade. It will be easier to cope with educational stress. In some subjects it is always better to go a little ahead of the curve (e.g., foreign languages), so in the case of missing lessons through illness it was easier to catch up.