Moscow ::: Sanatorium Forest School No. 1 of Moscow
Our sanatorium-forest school №1 was born in 1929. In a picturesque corner of the Moscow region, in Solnechnogorsky district, there is a state health care educational institution No. 1 Sanatorium-Forest School of the Moscow Department of Education. In 2009, the school turned 80 years old. Its history is interesting and multifaceted.
What is it, sanatorium-forest school number 1 today? Beautiful and well-groomed territory with game and sports grounds, classrooms equipped with modern equipment, a cozy dining room, a library, an assembly hall. And most importantly, the school team, which is sensitive, with understanding applies to each child. Here, every student favorite.
And this is so necessary – the school profile since 1999 is neurological.
Children – “restless” requires especially a lot of attention, and here they always find it. The priority in the school is the preservation and development of schoolchildren’s health. For this, the necessary conditions have been created: a lesson schedule taking into account the requirements of SaNPiN, a big change – a walk after 3 lessons. Teachers use health-saving learning technologies, which allows the child to feel comfortable in the lesson.
Medical support for each student is a prerequisite for being in school. It offers a child physical therapy, massage, oxygen cocktails, physiotherapy, dental care, consultations with a pediatrician and a neurologist. In the new academic year, it is planned to introduce balneological procedures. Weekly children visit the pool.
Teachers and medical workers developed the program “Health”. In the conditions of the sanatorium-forest school, where children are hyperactive and prone to deviant behavior, there is an urgent need to inculcate a culture of behavior and to social values.
A well-thought-out system of educational work helps to solve it. This is primarily a moral and patriotic education. The main directions are: raising a sense of patriotism, studying the history and culture of the Fatherland, participating in the preparation and holding of events to perpetuate the Memory of Defenders of the Fatherland, transfer, and development of the best traditions of the Russian army, the physical development of students.
Proceeding from these tasks, such key events as the system view and songs, meetings with veterans of the Second World War, the Memory Line for participants in the Battle of Moscow, defenders of Leningrad are included in the annual school plan. For four consecutive years in February, a month of military-patriotic education has been held, in which all students and teachers of the school take part. Pupils of the school took patronage over the grave of the teacher A. Novakova, who died during the Second World War.
Much attention is paid to the school leisure of children. Each child can choose a class of interest. Sports sections, shooting circle, boat station, orienteering, choreographic studio, beadwork, and many other circles are open to children in the afternoon.
Schooling is carried out according to state programs of general education classes.
Formation of school lifestyles is promoted by:
1. morning exercises before the start of training sessions;
2. medical support throughout the entire period of study;
3. health days, family sports and recreation holidays;
4. preventive conversations with parents and students;
5. 3 hours of physical education in 2-8 cells;
6. health hours; (big change between lessons);
7. rhythm lessons (in grades 2-4) and choreography in grade 5;
8. life safety lessons (in elementary school integration with the outside world);
9. conducting physical exercises during lessons;
10. making moving changes;
An 11. weekly visit to the pool in Solnechnogorsk;
12. balanced meals according to the approved 12-day menu;
13. the work of the psychological service;
14. methodological and educational work of teachers on health protection issues (SanPinas, teachers’ councils, production meetings).
The curriculum of the school consists of two parts: the invariant (obligatory) part and the variable part, which is formed by the participants of the educational process, which includes extracurricular activities carried out in the afternoon.
Integrative teaching of a school discipline does not lead to a decrease in the quality and lack of accounting and control in this discipline. In this regard, for each individual subject taught integratively in this class, a section (page) is highlighted in the class book, the title of which contains the name of the subject and indicates “(integrative)”.
The section is filled in the usual way, the surname, name, patronymic of the teacher, the list of students, their presence, assessments of current attestation, lesson-based thematic planning (indicating, within the framework of the lesson on which subject specified in the schedule, integration is noted). Accordingly, an electronic (digital) journal is being filled out.
Hours of the school component are used to conduct individual and group classes to remove pedagogical neglect in the Russian language, mathematics, physics, and German. Individual and group classes are held in the afternoon after lunch. The schedule of individual, group classes are compiled by one quarter, since these watches can be transferred to other subjects according to the results of a quarter quiz and student survey.
The institution accepts children with disabilities who have neurological diseases, often ill asthenic children. The children are sent to the institution on the basis of the conclusion of the medical commission of the component center at the Moscow City Children’s Neurological Clinic at the request of parents (legal representatives), and in some cases by decision of the guardianship and trusteeship authorities, district education departments of the city of Moscow. The student’s personal file remains in the educational institution in which the pupil studied before he was sent to an Institution.
In order to determine the curriculum that is appropriate to the level of development, abilities, and health of the child, after his enrollment in the Institution, psychological and pedagogical diagnostics and interviews with the child are allowed. Upon admission, the Institution is obliged to acquaint pupils and (or) their parents (legal representatives) with the Charter of the Institution, a license for the right to conduct educational activities, a certificate of state accreditation of the Institution, basic educational programs implemented by the Institution, and other documents regulating the organization of the educational process.
Being away from home, children do not feel separated from their families.