Osnovna škola na engleskom Senjak

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Osnovna škola na engleskom Senjak
Osnovna škola na engleskom jeziku.
Welcome to the Lower School at the International School of Belgrade. Located on the grounds of an old Serbian Villa in the charming Belgrade suburb of Senjak, our campus combines historic buildings with modern learning spaces and 21st century technology. ISB is a fully authorized International Baccalaureate World School.
We offer the Primary Years Program in English for students in Pre-Kindergarten (age 3) through grade five (age 10).
The International School of Belgrade was founded in 1948.
ISB is an independent, co-educational international day school that enrolls students from ages three to eighteen.
As an authorized IB World School, ISB provides a high-quality, college-preparatory education with an emphasis on internationalism and global responsibility.
The curriculum is designed to serve a multi-national student body using English as our language of instruction. ISB is accredited by the Council of International School (CIS) and by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization and by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia.
Osnovna škola na engleskom u Beogradu, na Senjaku.
Primary school in English in Belgrade.
The Curriculum of England is delivered in English.
If English is not the child’s mother tongue, or she/he has had limited preschool experiences, we are happy to discuss the possibility of your child entering a year below.
This is normal in an English International School where children begin their formal education at 5 years of age i.e.
one or two years before many state systems.
We believe personal development plays a significant role in academic success.
Our desire for personal development is a feature that is foremost in our minds.
It operates in unison with, and supports, academic development.
The role it plays in our general lives cannot be overestimated.
We believe children who understand their emotions and patterns of behaviour can better empathise and socialise with others.
By developing a cognitive approach to understanding emotions and behaviour we believe children will develop a sense of responsibility for their learning and behaviour in school.
We are determined to educate young people for life in the 21st century, and to meet this goal, a global perspective is essential.
Many of us know the 3Rs of reading, writing and arithmetic.
Alongside these we can add the 3Rs of reason, respect and resilience.
These 3 key problem-solving skills cannot only benefit school achievement but also our general life outside of school.
We believe children need to talk, listen and discuss as well as read and write, and to this end Dialogic Teaching will be one of our cornerstones.
We place emphasis on learning the skills of communication, reasoning, and cooperation.
Another of our central goals is to develop resilience in pursuit of goals.
Being an international school in Serbia we have a wonderful opportunity to include Serbia and the region in some of our objectives, particularly in the areas of Geography and History.
We think it is important that children from elsewhere learn a little about the country in which they are living.
For Serbian children we offer classes to further support development of their mother tongue.
Utilise a variety of teaching and assessment methods.
Set suitable learning challenges and plan for positive outcomes.
Provide a broad and comprehensive curriculum including opportunities for children to apply knowledge and skills in new situations, working both independently and collaboratively.
Capitalise on a child’s natural curiosity and interests.
Provide opportunities for the children to develop an enquiring mind capable of rational and creative thinking and able to make informed judgements.
Value each child’s contribution.
Provide academic and pastoral counselling.
Initiate and maintain links with the local community.
Use the local environment as a resource for the curriculum Emphasise and model those fundamental values/principles of conduct that cross religious and racial boundaries such as honesty, compassion, responsibility and co-operation.
Highlight and celebrate the cultural diversity within our school.
Maintain regular communication with parents.
Keep abreast of current educational developments.
Provide continued professional development.
Osnovne škole na engleskom jeziku su akreditovane obrazovne ustanove. Svaka osnovna škola na engleskom jeziku zasniva svoj program rada i nastavnih aktivnosti po sopstvenom izboru i uz poštovanje najviših standarda u obrazovanju dece. U osnovnim školama na engleskom jeziku predavači su strani profesori kojima je engleski jezik maternji ili domaći profesori engleskog jezika i drugi profesori koji su zbog vremena provedenog u nekoj od zemalja sa engleskog govornog područija, postali bilingvalni. Rezultat je da će Vaš osnovac sve predmete pohađati na engleskom jeziku, i da će savladati engleski jezik do nivoa ekvivalentnog nivou na kom bi znanje engleskog jezika bilo kada biste živeli u nekoj od zemalja gde se govori engleski. Pošto sve predmete pohađa na engleskom jeziku, dete će imati znatno bogatiji rečnik nego kada bi engleski jezik učilo posebno, koliko god da je to učenje engleskog jezika intenzivno. Takođe, Vaše dete će odlično savladati i pisanje na engleskom jeziku jer se svi radovi, kontrolni i pismeni zadaci rade na engleskom jeziku. Nakon završene osnovne škole na engleskom jeziku, mogućnosti su brojne, i u zavisnosti od želja i afiniteta deteta, školovanje može nastaviti na engleskom jeziku. Čak iako ne nastavi školovanje na engleskom jeziku, nego na srpskom, Vaše dete je do polaska u srednju školu već toliko dobro naučilo engleski jezik, a i steklo široko opšte obrazovanje, da se Vaša investicija višestruko isplatilo. Pored učenja engleskog jezika, benfiti su višestruki pošto osnovne škole na engleskom jeziku insistiraju na primeni najkvalitetnijeg obrazovnog programa, širenju kulture i upoznavanju raznih nacija i običaja i na prijateljstvu među vršnjacima.
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