Iz Capettowna se je vrnila Lara Jerman, zlata maturantka z maksimalnim številom možnih točk, kjer je zastopala slovenijo na matematični olimpijadi. Razreničarka Suzana Perhavec in ravnatelj šole sta ji kar na Brnik dostavila maturitetno spričevalo. Lara se bo malo spočila, nato pa se odpravlja v Peking na lingivistično olimpijado. Četitamo ji za odlične šolske rezultate in ji želimo veliko sreče na prihajajočem tekmovanju. Več o tem
Znani so še rezultati splošne mature 2014. Na GSŠRM Kamnik smo ponosni, saj je uspešnost naših dijakov krepko nad slovenskim povprečjem 97,48 %, od 119 kandidatov, ki so v prvem roku opravljali maturo v celoti, je bilo uspešnih 116. Število doseženih točk na maturi je ravno tako nad slovenskim povprečjem za skoraj 1 odstotno točko in imamo tri zlate maturantke. Saša Skok z 31 točkami, Larisa Vrtačnik ima 33 točk in Lara Jerman, ki je dosegla prav vse možne točke (34 točk). Več o tem
Včasu počitnic so uradne ure med 8.00 in 12.00 uro, zaradi nujnih vzdrževalnih del pa bo šola zaprta od 21.7.2014 do 8.8.2014. Hvala za razumevanje in lepe počitnice želimo!Več o tem
Podelitev maturitetnih spričeval splošne mature 2014 bo v ponedeljek, 14.7.2014, ob 11.00 uri v šolski jedilnici. Tam se bomo skupaj dotaknili letošnjega uspeha mature (ki bo zagotovo odličen) in podelili spričevala zlatim maturantom. V nadaljevanju bodo razredniki razdelili vsa maturitetna spričevala in nato se bomo vsi skupaj odpravili na zaslužene počitnice. Se vidimo!Več o tem
Poklicna matura 2014 nam je prinesla najboljše rezultate do sedaj. 100 % uspešnost, število doseženih točk je krepko nad SLO povprečjem in kar 7 zlatih maturantk: Tina Juhant in Lea Drčar (ekonomski tehnik) ter Anja Pric, Nina Šuštar, Teja Rajter , Indira Kudelič in Lea Podgoršek (predšolska vzgoja). Obvezno moramo omeniti še to, da je Lea Podgoršek dosegla maksimalno število točk. Iskrene čestitke najboljši generaciji do sedaj. Več o tem
Formerly a school centre, our school welcomed its first grammar school students in 1949, which was of crucial importance for the future development of the Municipality of Kamnik. In 1970, the school was named after General Rudolf Maister, which also marks the beginning of educational programmes of economics. In 1996 the school was restructured into School Centre of Rudolf Maister, which had two separate organisation units: Grammar School and Secondary School of Economics. In 2010, the programme of Pre-school Education programme was implemented. It was the year 2012, when the three educational programmes were united becoming a part of one organisation unit called Rudolf Maister Grammar and Secondary School Kamnik.
The school is located in central Slovenia, 20km from the Slovene capital city Ljubljana. Since the school offers three separate educational programmes, there are more than 800 students who attend it. There are approximately 70 teachers whose main goal is to prepare the students for Matura and Vocational Matura Exams. Our school also offers part-time education, with 250 adults taking part in programmes such as Grammar School, Secondary School of Economics, Economics clerk, Pre-School Education and Matura Courses. Additionally we offer Italian, German, English and Computer courses.
Our classrooms are equipped with modern technology, which offers ideal working and learning conditions. What is more, our facilities are easily accessible to people on wheelchairs since our school has ramps instead of staircases. The Grammar School is oriented towards the equal development of natural science, sociology, linguistics and sports activities. In recent years our students have been awarded the highest of places at the international Maths, Chemistry and Philosophy Olympics. The main goal of the Grammar School programme is to prepare the students to enter the university. Since one of the conditions for enrolment is passing the Matura Exams, it undoubtedly deserves special attention.
The professional programmes of Economics clerk and Pre-school Education are based on technical modules, where theoretical and practical knowledge are intertwined.
Classes today are student oriented, focused on learning processes and professional competences of students. The main goal is to develop students’ independence and teach them to take responsibility for their actions while being responsible when it comes to work and the surrounding environment. The above factors change the role of the teacher from being a lecturer to being a mentor. The student-teacher cooperation is divided into complex modules integrating theory, practice and necessary qualifications. It requires experiential and problem-based learning while it develops new methods of assessment and evaluation. Therefore, we develop key social skills, learning and communication competences.
All students and teachers are qualified to use e-Classrooms. Foreign language lessons are diversified with the presence of native speakers, who educate students about other cultures, customs and traditions. There are also several field trips organised every year, where students are given the opportunity to get to know other towns and places both, in Slovenia and Europe. Students also participate in several extra-curricular activities, such as MEPI (The Duke of Edinburgh's Award), The CISCO Networking Academy, Junior Achievement - My Company, UNICEF, MEP (European Student Parliament), ECO School, Kamnik Medieval Days, School Choir, Astronomy class, international projects, national competitions in general subjects or professional modules, sports competitions, etc.
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