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Issuance of Report Cards After the End of Classes

In accordance with Article 14 of the Rules on the School Calendar for Primary Schools (UL RS, No. 50/12), we inform you that a report card, which could not be awarded to a student at the end of classes, can only be personally collected by the student or their parents. This can be done from the end of classes until June 30 and from August 22 to August 31, 2024, during the official hours of the main school office in Building 2, between 8:00 - 10:30 and 12:00 - 13:00.
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PYP Exhibition

On Tuesday, 11th June, the PYP 5 pupils concluded their, at times, intense and gruelling exhibition process, displaying their outstanding projects to parents and peers. Under the guidance of mentors M Tina and Mr Andy, the students showcased their hard work and dedication. The exhibition truly demonstrated the pupils' ability to think critically, solve problems, and communicate effectively, along with evidencing their sustained strength and resolve. A huge congratulations and round of applause to all! Denis Divjak Denis Divjak
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Kindergarten Cultural Day – The Natural History Museum

On 12 June, the kindergarten went to the Natural History Museum. The visit began with a guided tour with a knowledgeable guide who introduced us to the fascinating world of ocean animals. We marvelled at the massive whale skeleton suspended from the ceiling. We were also given the opportunity to touch and feel some of the exhibits. After the guided tour, we were given the freedom to explore the museum on our own. We were particularly captivated by the birds, a bear and a wolf. The trip was an interesting experience that sparked our curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. Sonja Može
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7M & 7I Cultural Day – Song of the Sea

On 11 June, the 7M and 7I pupils had a cultural day at the cinema. The day began in school where they participated in two workshops. During the first lesson they were inquiring into various aspects of Irish mythology. The second lesson was dedicated to storytelling through film and the students created their own storyboards for possible films based on Irish mythology. Both workshops prepared them for the film Song of the Sea, a Celtic tail about selkies and other characters borne of Irish mythology. Most of the pupils gave the film a 4/5 rating as they found the story, animation and music captivating. Tina Frelih
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6M, 7M & 7I Sports Day – Beach Volleyball 🗓

On Friday, June 21st, 2024, 6M, 7M & 7I will have a sports day at the Ludus Center, which will feature net games. The pupils will participate in an organized beach volleyball tournament with their peers. The students should arrive at school as usual at 08:20 and collect their snacks. Afterward, we will walk to the Ludus Center, where activities will take place from 09:00 to 12:00. We will return to school around 13:00, and lunch will be organized as usual.
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Kindergarten Spring Camp – Day Three

After a good night's sleep, we packed our bags and tidied our rooms. The morning sun shone brightly as we set out on our adventire. Our first activity was a treasure hunt. We searched high and low, our eyes scanning the landscape for any sign of the hidden treasure. Finally, we stumbled upon a chest of bee stamps which we stamped on our hands. Before lunch we played at the playground in front of the house, engaging in a variety of activities. Some of us played football, while others enjoyed a game of ping pong. We also drew pictures with chalk on the ground and skipped over a rope. After lunch, we boarded the bus and were on our way home. We were happy to see our families again, but we knew that we would never forget this trip. Sonja Može
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Kindergarten Spring Camp – Day Two

After. A hearty breakfast, we ventured into the forest, where we collected branches for the fire. Once we had our wood, we constructed the fire. Then we placed the bread on the fire. The delicious bread, the warmth of the fire and the joy of being with friends created a very special moment. Later we tried our artistic skills and were given a really unique opportunity to paint on beehive panels. In the afternoon we took a break from our artistic endeavors and we rode scooters through obstacle courses. In the evening we enjoyed a pyjama party with disco lights and dancing. When it was time for bed we all fell asleep quickly, our dreams filled with the visions of the day.
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MYP Science Day – Škofija Loka

On May 5, we embarked on an unforgettable journey to explore the historic town of Škofja Loka and delve into the wonders of the Slovenian Alpine Museum. Our Science Day excursion was a resounding success, offering students a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in Slovenia's rich mountaineering history while nurturing their research skills. Throughout the day, the pupils actively engaged with their surroundings, asking insightful questions and keenly observing their surroundings. By delving into the depths of Škofja Loka and the museum, the students gathered valuable information. Our Science Day was a celebration of curiosity, exploration, and learning. We look forward to future adventures that will continue to expand our horizons and deepen our understanding of the world around us. Klemen Strmljan
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International Day

On Saturday, June 1, our DKIS community came together to celebrate International Day at Camp Menina, a vibrant and joyous event that highlighted the rich cultural diversity within our school. The day was filled with colorful displays, performances and activities that showcased the unique traditions and heritage of our students and their families. The celebration was a resounding success, thanks to the enthusiastic participation of our students, the unwavering support of our parents, and the dedication of our teachers. Together, they created an unforgettable experience that brought our community closer and fostered a deeper appreciation for the diverse backgrounds that make DKIS so special. A special mention goes to our wonderful Parent-Teacher Association, whose hard work and planning were instrumental in organising the event. We are particularly grateful to the PTA Chair, Mrs Lake, whose leadership and commitment were the key in making the day a success. Thank you to everyone who joined us and contributed to making International Day a memorable occasion. We look forward to many more events that celebrate the unity and diversity of our DKIS community.
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Kindergarten Spring Camp – Day One

We arrived at CŠOD Čebelica eager to start our adventure. After settling in, we took a break to enjoy a snack and recharge. The playground was next, we had a blast playing together. After lunch we ventured into the forest, where we built houses out of sticks. As we explored the meadow, we observed and discovered all sorts of fascinating things, from tiny insects to colourful flowers. By the end of the day we were all exhausted but exhilareted by the experiences we had shared. Sonja Može
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