More than 2.5 thousand schoolchildren from the NAO will take part in it
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Recently, the school stage of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren ended in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. About it informed Deputy Governor Natalia Sidorova on her social media pages.
– Every year more and more children take part in the Olympics. This year, more than 2.5 thousand students will become participants at the municipal level. Compared to last year, their number has increased significantly, which is good news,” she wrote.
Already on November 14, the municipal stage starts for students from grades 7 to 11. After that, regional and final stages are planned for high school students.
– Now schoolchildren have great opportunities in the Olympiad movement. Children can show their intellectual and creative abilities, as well as discover new talents. The most important thing is not to be afraid to start participating in competitions and choose what is really interesting, – Natalia Sidorova summed up.
More than 8 thousand schoolchildren of the NAO took part in the school stage of the 2022-2022 academic year. This is almost two thousand more than last year and the year before.
In the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Olympiad is held in 20 subjects: English, astronomy, biology, geography, computer science, history, art (MHK), literature, mathematics, German, social science, basics of life safety, law, Russian language, technology, physics, physical culture, chemistry, ecology, economics.
Olympiad tasks are based on the school curriculum, but imply in-depth knowledge of the subject.
The organizers of the school and municipal stages of the Olympiad are the district center for the development of education, the regional stage – the Department of Education of the NAO together with the center, the final stage of the Olympiad – the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.
The winners and prize-winners of the final will have the opportunity to enter Russian universities without exams in the areas corresponding to the profile of the Olympiad, if they have a high school diploma.