It’s a real pleasure to see young people advance, become successful and head in the right direction both as people and future academics! The past weekend, from Friday 11 June until Sunday 13 June, the International School welcomed delegates from Serbia and the region who participated in the first International School Model United Nations Conference…Details
Monday, 14 June, was a special day at the International School, as we said goodbye to the graduates of Class 2021. Given that graduation is one of the most important events for students, the International School made sure they had the best day ever!Details
Having decided to organise a somewhat different History and Geography lesson for Year 10 students, the teachers took them to Kalemegdan on Wednesday, 9 June. Our students love outdoor lessons, which is why they were so active and committed while learning about the importance of Kalemegdan for our country.
We can all agree that the sun shines brighter beyond the classroom walls, right? When you combine fine weather with the end of the school year, sitting indoors can be a bit exhausting. On Thursday, 10 June, History, Biology and Geography teachers decided to get the Year 10 students out into the fresh air and…Details
June is officially the month of pushing boundaries! The LINK Internship for International School programme started on 1 June and we cannot hide our excitement. Our students used this unique opportunity to make the first steps towards a successful future and gain experience in some of the most sought-after fields today – marketing, HR, sales,…Details
Business and Computer Science teachers joined forces to create a great project for Year 10 students called Linky. The main goal of the project was to teach students how to create business profiles on LinkedIn.
Is there anything better than when students start the week with sports activities? On Monday, 7 June, Year 10 students and their teachers made the most of the beautiful weather and played sports outdoors. There’s no better way to increase awareness among young people about the importance of physical activity than to show it on…Details
International School students took part in a fun and interesting video project organised by their German teacher. Taking the role of tour guides, the students visited some of Belgrade’s sights and presented them in German.
In order to include teachers and students in eco-activities and encourage their environmental awareness, the International School and the presidents of the Eco-Committee organised a large recycling campaign. The students and school staff took part in the project, and the collected paper was sent for recycling.
In June, International School students had a highly interesting foreign language lesson, after which there will undoubtedly be an increase in the number of students interested in studying one of these languages (or both)!
Our golfers have once again shown they’re truly the best! At the second State Matchplay Championship of Serbia, held on the courses of Golf Club Belgrade from 28 to 30 May, the top golfer and excellent student of the International School, Lara Todorović, won first place! A string of victories for our young golfer By…Details
Do you know that there is a global day dedicated to nice words? Yes, exactly – today is Say Something Nice Day, a day when we share words of gratitude, support, kindness and humour. Today is a global day of positive vibrations which we send when we’re affectionate to others; when we make others laugh;…Details
Have you ever wondered what you can accomplish in seven seconds? Make a first impression? Send a message? Take a selfie? Not much can be done in such a short time, right? However, for Tea Ćulibrk, Year 11 student, seven seconds is ample time to take one to great lengths!
Do you know who the top scorer at Red Star FC is? Some of you may say Mirko Ivanić or Milan Pavkov, buuut… no. We say Sofija Sremčević! Yes, Sofija Sremčević, International School Year 12 student, is officially the top scorer and one of the players who contributed the most to this team winning the…Details
We’re constantly learning innovative and useful things at the International School! On Wednesday, 19 May, Year 10 students attended an interesting Business lesson in which teacher presented the SCAMPER method.
Eco-School representatives Lana Lukić and Teodora Obradović held a workshop for their schoolmates in order to encourage and involve them in the preservation and development of our natural environment. Eco-School is a growing phenomenon, which encourages young people to engage in their environment by giving them the opportunity to actively protect it. The effort to…Details
The International School welcomed all interested students and their parents who wanted to experience what it feels like to be a student at the most modern Cambridge school in the region for a day. Proof that the International School is a school your child would gladly attend is the fact that the children didn’t want…Details
Year 10 students, along with their Digital Media and Design and English Language teachers, visited the Faculty of Contemporary Arts to go deeper into the understanding of creativity, knowledge and aesthetics.
22 awards: International School students achieved extraordinary success in the International StemCo competition! Mina and Lana among the best in the world
At a science competition held in May, International School students achieved fantastic success – out of the 30 students who competed in the international StemCo competition, 22 of them received gold, silver and bronze awards in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, as well as honourable mentions.
It was really busy on golf courses over the weekend. As per usual, we have great news coming from golf courses. No surprises here, just Lara Todorović and Vukašin Suturović showing how brilliant they are. Both National and International Championships were held from 7 to 9 May, with Lara and Vukašin winning second and third…Details
On Tuesday, the students of the International School went to the Cervantes Institute, which has been dealing with the preservation of Spanish culture, history and language for many years. This Institute operates successfully in over 80 different countries.
Have you ever wondered what your skills in science are? International School’s students had the opportunity to check their knowledge in the StemCo Olympiad-style competition in Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry!
Organised for Year 10 students only, Science Fair came right after their Easter break. This year’s hot topic was “Climate Change and Pollution”. The students could see how the most important topic nowadays was explained and described through the lenses of various subjects.
International School’s Year 11 student, Teodora Obradović, participated in the SIFMA Foundation’s Stock Market Game, an online simulation of the global capital markets that engages nearly 20 million students in the world of economics and investing. Teodora has shown great persistence and has successfully completed all tasks in time, which qualified her for the InvestWrite,…Details
Last week, the International School and Art and Design teacher Nevena Nikolić organised a visit to galleries for Year 12 and Year 13 students.
Meet AlumnIS: International School alumni, who are now successful students around the world, have shared their experiences with us
On Friday, 23 April, the International School proudly organised Meet AlumnIS and welcomed some of the most promising former students who are studying at prestigious universities around the world.
On Wednesday, 21 April 2021, International School students met with Aleksa and Filip, Faculty of Economics students who gave them insight and first-hand information on studying at said faculty. They also presented the Faculty of Economics international programme in cooperation with London School of Economics.
We’re sure you’ve wondered many times about your future professional career after you graduate from secondary school. Well, you don’t have to think about it anymore!Details
Tuesday evening for Year 13 student Maša Mitić was reserved for an online lecture. But not just any online lecture – a lecture organised for University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics Alumni Club.
We are very proud of our students that are actively taking part in Eco-School projects. This time, students created and designed posters that are now located in the hallways of the International School, reminding every visitor about the importance of environmental protection.
International School students had an unique opportunity to attend an online lecture called “Strategic Analysis of Apple Inc” held exclusively for them. The lecture was organised in cooperation with Singidunum University and the lecturer was the tremendous Dr Miloš Petković.
Did you know that International School has the most lit problem solvers? LITTerally! This weekend, International School’s team LITT participated in the Brainfinity competition, which encourages creativity, teamwork and logical thinking, where they used the knowledge gained at school in a real-life environment and qualified for the finals!
On Monday, International School students attended STUDY ABROAD mini FAIR, an education fair held exclusively for them. The event was organised online, with the support of Via Academica, which specialises in education abroad and professional career orientation for students. Via Academica has a partner network of more than 100 universities abroad, and they cover all…Details
Last Friday’s Global Perspectives lesson was a bit different than usual. Year 11 students Mila Šćepanović, Gala Milutinović and Rastko Savić joined the Year 10 online class and conducted projects for their younger schoolmates.
A major milestone for the International School! The school has been selected to be presented at the World Education Summit as a “Cool School” – or, as the summit’s organisers put it, as an “incredible and unique school that advances education in a passionate and courageous way”.
Applications are underway for Brainfinity, a problem-solving and logical thinking competition for secondary school students and primary students in Years 5 through 8, which this spring will bring together young problem solvers from all over Europe including International School students.
International School students and students from Savremena Gimnazija participate in a joint eTwinning project together with their peers from Serbia and Croatia. The project, aimed at developing entrepreneurial competencies, brings together sixteen teachers and 59 students from different cities.
International School in an Erasmus+ project – empowering technology-based language learning for the classrooms of the future
After participating in the Erasmus project “Girls Go Circular”, the International School once again justifies its success! This time, we are empowering our teachers to go above and beyond and create new teaching strategies using technology.
Oh la la! The International School welcomed special guests to a French lesson as part of the eTwinning project
The International School decided to remove language barriers using French cuisine! We’re celebrating March, a month dedicated to the Francophonie.
International School’s Year 11 and Year 13 Biology and Chemistry students had an amazing Friday. The teachers took them to the Zoo, and instead of staying in the classroom, they enjoyed the sunny weather outdoors. The purpose of the visit was for the students to get to know different species and their distinctive characteristics and…Details
Yet another interesting lecture was held at the International School as part of the Parents Teach This Week project led by Parent Support Coordinator, Ms Tatjana Koluvija. This week’s lecturer was Maja Žeželj, Lena’s mum and successful journalist, who talked about media content, collecting and checking information, the final product presented on TV, and journalism…Details
International School’s students – Maša Mitić, Mia Van Doren, Uroš Jež and Luka Conolly – participated in the Wharton Global Youth contest and achieved great success among 1000 teams from 35 countries. The International School team was trading with shares on an online student platform, while learning how to analyse the stock market trends. The…Details
On Monday, 22 February, International School Year 10 and Year 11 students visited the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, the supreme representative body and the holder of constitutional and legislative power in the Republic of Serbia. A protected cultural monument Our guide showed us the inner workings of the assembly and the work…Details
After collecting warm clothes back in December, International School Year 10 and Year 11 students joined forces to buy hygienic supplies for the children from the Drop-In Centre.
After the first term, the International School published a Mid-Year Report – a document containing the most important information about the programmes offered at our school, overview of extracurricular activities, results of a student survey, as well as the most successful achievements of our students in the first term. As a Cambridge secondary school, the…Details
On Friday, the International School welcomed Svetlana Vrzić Petronijević, who held an informative lecture as part of the “Parents Teach This Week” project run by Parent Support Coordinator, Tatjana Koluvija. This time, the lecture was mainly about reproductive health. Svetlana Vrzić Petronijević, Milica and Milan’s mom, is a specialist in gynecology and obstetrics and a…Details
On Friday, a group of Year 10 students visited Primary School Savremena as part of their Global Perspectives group project called “Food and sports make us strong”. International School students delivered presentations to their younger peers in order to raise awareness about the importance of healthy eating habits and sports. The benefits of physical activity…Details
Having in mind how much the students enjoy our long list of clubs, and knowing how important it is to de-stress and focus on something besides academics, we decided to add three more clubs. Art Club – Enhancing creativity For all those art lovers, we prepared the Art Club, where the students, together with their…Details
An interactive workshop on how to write European Erasmus+ projects took place at the International School during the last week of winter break. The training was held by the representatives of the Institute of Contemporary Education, Nina Stojanović and Aleksandra Borović. At the workshop, teachers learnt how to develop project ideas, analyse project problems using…Details
School day on Wednesday ended quite interesting for Year 10 students. Accompanied by their Chemistry and Geography teachers, they visited the Museum of African Art and learnt about the traditional arts of a number of West African societies. In addition to the permanent display based on significant examples of primarily West African art, the students…Details