Welcome to TUIS
TUIS has been providing high-quality international education in a friendly and supportive atmosphere for many years.
Information for parents
Event schedule for February
TED Talks / Movie / Math competition /
Primary School Clubs
Origami / Chess / Piano / Dance Judo / Choreography / Poetry / Football / Basketball / Volleyball
Secondary School Clubs
Book club / Drama club / Poetry / Photography / Debate / Indoor games / Volleyball / Basketball /Football
Dress code Policy
Smart casual : pants and jeans, shirts, T-shirts and shoes. Not allowed: ripped jeans, jewellery, shorts, crop tops, miniskirts.
About TUIS

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Welcome to TUIS!
TUIS prepares children for a world full of interesting tasks, challenges, opportunities; to succeed in a world which requires both understanding and skills. Empathy, emotional intelligence, listening and speaking, solving problems and enjoying your achievements are all just as important as the opportunity for academic knowledge. If you share our vision and are with us on this journey, we await you here at TUIS!
With best wishes,
Khurshid Khashimov
Our teachers
Laurence Mansfield
Head Teacher and World History Teacher
Milana Bukvic
Year 5 Teacher
Michael Guinta
Year 3 Teacher
Matthew Byrne
English Teacher
Photo gallery
News

Mumtozbegim , Year 2 2nd place in rhytmic gymnastics

21.03.2022

Zafar Year 3 3rd place in the “Golden boy” chess tounament

09.03.2022

The collective unconscious is dissonant with the abbreviated canon of biography.

07.02.2022
DRESS CODE
Tops and shirts
Tops and shirts need to be: loose fitting, not see-through, without inappropriate messages, messages, and must cover all undergarments. Straps must be at least two to three fingers wide and midriffs must be covered.
Skirts and dresses
Skirts and dresses must be culturally respectful and underwear should not be visible. Dresses and skirts should not be too short (allowable length is 10 cm above the knee)
Shoes
Students must wear footwear that enables quick exits for emergencies and safety around the school grounds. High heels are not allowed.
Not allowed
Any kind and length of shorts and "ripped" jeans.
Note
Certain classes will have specific safety requirements that may influence acceptable dress. (PE lessons)
Unacceptable
Bright makeup, piercings, massive jewellery.
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