Internacionalni vrtić u Beogradu, na Senjaku.
International Nursery in Belgrade, Senjak.
Principles of Practice.
Working with babies and children is a complex, challenging
and demanding task.
To enable us to carry out our
responsibilities we acknowledge a clear set of guiding
At INSB we believe:
Parents and families are central to the well-being of the child.
Relationships with other people (both adults and children) are
of crucial importance in a child’s life.
A relationship with a key person at home and in the setting is
essential to a young child’s well-being.
Caring adults count more than resources and equipment.
Babies and young children are social beings: they are
competent learners from birth.
Learning is a shared process and children learn most
effectively when, with the support of a knowledgeable an
trusted adult, they are actively involved and interested.
In the ‘holistic’ nature of development and learning.
Children learn when they are given appropriate responsibility,
allowed to make errors, decisions and choices, and respected
as autonomous and competent learners.
Children learn by doing rather than by being told.
That a child’s individuality, efforts and achievements should
be recognized and valued.
Schedules and routines must flow with the child’s needs.
Young children are vulnerable.
They learn to be independent
by having someone they can depend upon.