I. Metshin: “This is the school of the XXI century. We could not even dream of constructing it”
Photo by Marat Muginov
July 4, Mikhail Chentsov). The construction of a polylingual gymnasium for 1224
students is being completed in the Sovetsky district of Kazan on the 2nd
Azinskaya Street. It is planned to open an important social object to the
beginning of the new school year. Eight parallels will open in the gymnasium in
the academic year 2017-2018: from the 1st to the 8th grade. Ilsur Metshin, the
head of the Tatarstan’s capital, inspected the building, classes, sports and
administrative units of the new educational institution today during the
Nigmatzyanov, the first deputy head of the Executive Committee, Marat
Aizatullin, the director of the GISU RT, Guzel Ananieva, the director of the
MUP “Department of Food and Social Catering”, Ilsur Hadiullin, the head of the
Education Department of the Executive Committee, Rustem Gafarov, the head of
Sovetsky district’s administration, and others took part in the inspection
together with the Mayor.
months after the start of construction, there are only the finishing works left
to the completion of the project.
as the installation of roof, windows and stained-glass windows, a ventilated
facade, bricklaying of partitions, external and internal walls, and plastering
have been fully completed. In addition, works on the arrangement of internal
engineering networks are almost completed. Construction of the gymnasium is
conducted at the expense of the federal and republican budgets.
Akhmetov, the general director of the contractor OOO “Ak Tash”, reported that
the accomplishment will be finished by the end of July. “The stages of the
final inspection begin from 15-20 of August”, he told the Mayor.
estimated capacity of the three-storey gymnasium is designed for 1224 students.
The total area of the building is 25.8 thousand square meters. The school has 4
units: catering, primary and senior classes, and a sports block, which includes
two swimming pools and two gyms.
the Mayor of Kazan, positively assessed the progress of the work. “This is a
perfect project. There is everything to ensure that children will receive a
quality education. This is, of course, the school of the XXI century. We could
not even dream of starting such construction”, the Mayor shared his opinion.
Sayakhov, the director of the new polylingual gymnasium, reported on the
compliance of the new school with all requirements to the head of the city. He
was chosen as the head of the school on the basis of competitive selection.
to him, the project of the gymnasium is, very modern indeed because it meets
all educational standards, including advanced study in different profiles.
“Equipment allows us to realize a wide range of educational services. It is
supposed that the school will work in one shift but with a very busy
after-school program in different directions: intellectual, creative, sportive,
and others”, he said.
noted that the gymnasium should become not only the center of education but
also the center of extracurricular life. “The entire micro-district should use
this wonderful institution”, marked the head of the city.
catering unit, the Mayor of Kazan addressed to G. Ananieva with a proposal to
decorate the dining room with a national Tatar ornament. “It is necessary that
upbringing, including national education, starts from the places where children
are present every day. They do not study in physics or chemistry classrooms
every day but the dining room gathers everyone”, said the Mayor.
be no restrictions in the compilation of classes in the new polylingual
gymnasium. According to I. Sayakhov, the director of the school, there will be
classes with both in Tatar and in Russian languages of tuition. “The
compilation will take into account the wishes of the parents, as well as the
ability of children to learn a language”, he said.
parallels will open in the gymnasium in the academic year 2017-2018: from 1st
to 8th grades. There will be 5 classes in each of them except eight classes.
The school will recruit senior, graduating classes from the next academic year
after obtaining accreditation.