Our Uglješa Pantelić, a Year 12 student and an outstanding skier, has his fan club at Savremena, who kept their fingers crossed while he faced one of the greatest challenges, Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games, which takes place from 9 until 22 January 2020 in Switzerland. Uglješa has three races in the Alpine Skiing Men’s…Details
The School Science Fair, which was held at International School Savremena, enabled Savremena’s students to enjoy their scientific adventure while discovering scientific phenomena. This year’s topic was Red, Hot, Computers and Psychologists – RHCP 2019 and the students discovered hot topics in chemistry, physics, biology, psychology, computer science, sociology and economics. They carried out experiments…Details
Year 10 students who attend French lessons at International School Savremena enjoyed a lesson devoted to French cuisine with their teacher Marija Panić. It was quite a unique lesson since they didn’t just talk about French food – they tasted it as well. Delicious cheese and sweet macarons The students tasted the French Roquefort and…Details
Christmas and New Year have always been symbolically powerful, carrying a sentiment of kindness. This is why Savremena’s Art and Design teacher, Anja Jovović, organised a workshop to inspire students to take the time and do something nice, through the prism of creativity. Ms Jovović had an idea of students decorating empty bottles and then…Details
International School Savremena provided its students with an opportunity to express their knowledge and compete with their peers from around the world. Year 12 students Elena Ćuća and Una Ivanović took part in the Owlypia online competition and accomplished amazing results. Elena won FIRST place in the Science and Technology subject area while Una was…Details
Savremena’s students once again showed their kindness and helped children in dire straits feel loved and cared for. They provided gift baskets for the children at the Drinka Pavlović Home for Children and Youth without Parental Care in Senjak whom they visited together with their Global Perspectives teacher and DofE coordinator. About the Drinka Pavlović…Details
The principal of International School Savremena and Academic Director of the Institute for Contemporary Education, Dr Svetlana Belić Malinić, was invited to present at the University of Oxford, at one of the most influential gatherings for educators, Education Research Symposium, which took place from 4 until 6 December 2019. Distinguished scholars put their heads together…Details
International School Savremena’s Jana Marinović is not only a straight A student, but also the co-founder of the Perspektiva foundation whose goal is to financially contribute to the employment support programme launched by the Centre for Youth Integration. Fashion with purpose By manufacturing and selling modern clothing items made from high-quality materials, they are trying…Details
Students of International School Savremena visited Games.CON on Sunday 8 December and together with their Mathematics and Computer Science Teachers had a blast. About Games.CON Games.CON is the largest gaming and pop culture festival in the region, crafted with the ideaof bringing together fans of all kinds of games – from virtual reality, via PCand…Details
During the summer season students of International School Savremena took the opportunity to get acquainted with the most renowned universities in the world and prepare themselves for education abroad. This summer, owing to the cooperation Savremena has established with Kingdom Education and Cambridge Immerse, the students learned about the British and American colleges that could…Details
Education is all about stretching oneself and trying to do your very best in a limited time frame to impress examiners! When the results are out, there is always that moment of apprehension for the students and their teachers about whether the work put in during the year will bear the desired results. Let us…Details
On Friday, 29 November, International School Savremena welcomed the representatives from EU Business School, who held an info session for Year 12 and Year 13 students interested in a career in international business. About EU Business School EU Business School has campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich and offers programs focusing on business administration,…Details
International School Savremena’s Year 10 students Tea Ćulibrk, Anja and Mina Kaljević achieved excellent results at the 36 MM Grand Prix of Slovenia – Špelin in Vesnin memorial 2019. The competition was organized by Triglav Swimming Club on 23 and 24 November in Kranj. Hard work pays off Their extraordinary skills have earned Tea, Anja…Details
On Monday, 18 November, International School Savremena welcomed the representatives from the Westminster Foundation for Democracy and the Faculty of Political Sciences, who held quite an interesting workshop entitled “Popular Democracy” for Year 12 and Year 13 students. The concept of democracy Since democracy is a very abstract concept for the students, who might not…Details
Savremena’s Physics teacher, Ms Ana Vlašić, made sure that Year 11 students never forget the practical lesson that was held on Tuesday, 19 November. With the help of their teacher they created their own electric circuits. Ohm’s law Ohm’s law states that the potential difference across a resistor is equal to the product of its…Details
On Saturday, 16 November, Savremena’s Year 12 and Year 13 students, accompanied by their Economics teacher, Ms Marija Milić, attended a workshop organised by the Belgrade Banking Academy. Stock market – winners and losers Professors Dejan Eric and Ismail Musabegovic were the moderators of the workshop entitled “Stock Market – Winners and Losers”. The students…Details
The first Serbia Marathon was held on Sunday 17 November with a spectacular finish at the Belgrade Štark Arena. International School Savremena’s Year 11 students Jan Čubakov, Luka Vortić and Roko Damjanović, led by their PE teacher Uroš Krstović, took part in this racing spectacle, together with their peers from Savremena Gimnazija. All runners are…Details
On Tuesday, 12 November, Savremena’s Year 12 student, Uroš Jež, gave a presentation on Armistice Day, commemorated in Serbia on 11 November. The presentation was well-attended, as all the students were interested to see and hear what Uroš had to say. The meaning behind Armistice Day On this day, Serbia celebrates Armistice Day, in memory…Details
Savremena’s students had a blast on 14 November when Physics and Computer Science teachers took them to Portal Gaming World. They were transported to another dimension just by walking through their magical door. What is Portal Gaming World? The name Portal wasn’t chosen by chance. By entering their gaming centre, you will feel like you’ve…Details
On Friday, 8 November, Year 10 and Year 11 students visited Adligat together with their History teacher. The students had an amazing time and even got to see what edible books look like. About Adligat Adligat is a non-governmental, non-profitable association of citizens dedicated to improving Serbian culture, art and international cooperation. It consists of…Details
On Friday, 8 November, International School Savremena welcomed one of the representatives of Webster University, a private university located in Vienna. Year 12 and Year 13 students had an amazing opportunity to attend this info session and talk about the possible choice of their future. About Webster University Webster University, a private school established in…Details
This week, Savremena’s Year 10 students conducted an empirical investigation in their physics lesson! They learnt about the behaviour of elastic springs. Hooke’s law describes how the spring will extend based on the force that acts on it and its so-called spring constant. The students were tasked with finding the spring constant of various springs…Details
The fun began as soon as the bus left Belgrade. Joined by their teachers, the students laughed, sang to shorten the long journey to Montecatini Terme, a town in Tuscany, their first destination for a well-deserved rest. Savremena’s students proved capable of making a good atmosphere. A visit to Florence Day two was dedicated to…Details
Since the scariest night of the year is always the students’ favourite, International School Savremena put the creativity mode on and organised the Pumpkin Carving Workshop and the Headdress Making Workshop. Both workshops took place in the school restaurant due to the number of interested students. Pumpkin Carving Workshop The tradition of carving faces into…Details
In the ever-changing world, understanding innovation in education is important for 21st-century educators. The principal of International School Savremena, Dr Svetlana Belić Malinić, proved once again that Savremena’s teaching methods and ethos can fully respond to the modern educational paradigms and presented Savremena’s best practices at the World Conference on International Education, held this October…Details
Yet another fun and interesting interdisciplinary lesson was held at International School Savremena. Biology, Chemistry, English and Geography teachers joined forces and gave the students a unique opportunity to explore the topic of viruses and diseases and the way they spread. The lesson was conducted in the school restaurant due to the number of students,…Details
International School Savremena and the Institute for Contemporary Education hosted the International Educational Fair on Friday, 11 October. The fair was organised for Savremena students only, in the large conference hall at Belgrade Palace. About event organisers The organiser of the International Educational Fair was the Student Recruitment Tours (SRT) agency which organises educational fairs…Details
On 10 October, International School Savremena’s students had a slightly different interdisciplinary lesson. Year 13 students enjoyed a movie night at Cineplexx Ušće Shopping Centre, where they went to see the Joker film accompanied by their Psychology and Sociology teachers so as to approach their discussion from two different perspectives. Film as a teaching tool…Details
International School Savremena had prepared various activities with plenty of interesting and creative content for the students. Savremena’s students started this school year in the adventurous classroom without walls allowing them to explore, compete and have fun. Treasure hunting and optical illusions for Year 10 Year 10 students had to show their wit and intelligence…Details
Biology, Physics, Chemistry, English and Sociology teachers had an interdisciplinary lesson with Year 11, 12 and 13 students. They joined forces to discuss contraception methods and sexually transmitted infections (STI). About the lecture While Biology and Chemistry teachers discussed contraception methods and STIs, sociology students conducted a research – covert observation – on other students…Details
Another interdisciplinary lesson was held on Friday, 4 October by PE and Sociology teachers with groups of Year 10 and Year 11 students. The topic of the lesson was teamwork. Is it possible to blend PE with Sociology? The lesson had a perfect intro in the form of exercises that required the students to work…Details
International School Savremena provides its students with career and academic counselling allowing them to choose the field of study best suited to their interests and specific abilities. International School Savremena has signed a cooperation agreement with the Ino Edukacija agency in order to facilitate university application procedures for all our students. Savremena’s students attended consultation…Details
Year 10 students had a unique chance to explore the topic of vectors featuring a special guest. They welcomed Mathematics teacher, Mr Andrej Bunjac, who helped their Physics teacher, Mrs Ana Vlašić, deliver a lecture. What are vectors? In the context of the Year 10 introductory course for Physics, and especially kinematics of motion, the…Details
International School Savremena’s Year 12 student, Milica Petronijević, is a member of the Obilić Academic Choir of the Branko Krsmanović Cultural Society and one of its most enthusiastic members. This is why she wants to invite everyone who has a flair for classical music and enjoys singing to come to the auditions that will be…Details
Students of International School Savremena celebrated Peace Day on 21 September, contributing to the efforts towards world peace. This way, they reflected the desires and hopes of young people around the world. Serbia, represented by Savremena’s students, took part in Peace Day together with all 193 UN member states. Celebrating Peace Day International School Savremena…Details
On Friday, 13 September 2019, Cambridge Assessment International Education organised the first international conference for Professional Development Qualifications (PDQ) Programme Leaders and invited our principal, Dr Svetlana Belic Malinic, to share the best practices in supporting Savremena teachers’ professional learning. About Cambridge PDQ programme Cambridge PDQ programme is an ambitious long-term professional development course which…Details
Our student Matija Šarenac spent his summer in a truly different way! With International School Savremena’s recommendation, Matija was at Yale University’s summer school, Yale Young Global Scholars, returning enriched by invaluable experience and full of positive impressions. Matija is Savremena’s student who earned a distinction diploma, having passed his IGCSE exams with seven A’s,…Details
Savremena’s students are making the most of yet another summer break! Elena Ćuća, Anja Gajić and Mihailo Jovanović are currently in New York, while Nikola Dabović, Aleksandra Milović and Ana Jeremić are in Great Britain. They have seized a great opportunity to experience the world’s top universities and gain valuable experience that will mean a…Details
A new summer hit has arrived! Viktor Đurić, International School Savremena’s recent graduate, made a video for his new song “Pored nje” (“By Her Side”), which took a single day to become one of the summer of 2019’s hottest hits. Savremena consistently supported him in pursuing his career in music along with his school activities,…Details
The Principal of International School Savremena at the Leadership for Professional Learning symposium
The Leadership for Professional Learning Symposium held on 17-18 June in Cambridge, UK, was designed to connect educational leaders worldwide for a collaborative dialogue focused on leading and enabling sustainable professional learning cultures. Participants were able to share innovations, research and lessons from their experience, and were able to seek support and solutions to…Details
International School Savremena’s students who attended the Cambridge programme received their diplomas at the formal ceremony held on 14 June at the Top of the Hub in Belgrade.
Students of International School Savremena attend a reception for the best students at the White Palace
On 21 June, the students of International School Savremena helped the organisation of an official reception at the White Palace. Each year, the reception is given in honour of the best secondary school students from Serbia and Republika Srpska.
On Wednesday, 5 June, the students of International School Savremena had a unique opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge about the inner workings of one of Serbia’s biggest companies – Frikom. They visited this economic giant accompanied by their business, economics and biology teachers.
On 4 June, Savremena’s student Lara Todorović and her teachers celebrated Women’s Golf Day at the Belgrade Golf Club. English teacher Jovana Živković won third place at this interesting competition.
After months of working with the Drinka Pavlović Children’s Home, the students of International School Savremena welcomed the children from the Home on Monday, 3 June.
Tuesday, 21 May, was dedicated to marine animals as Savremena’s Year 10 students visited Belgrade’s Tropicarium with their Biology teacher and class teacher. Located in Dedinje, the green heart of our capital, the Belgrade Tropicarium was a place of learning and creativity for the students on Tuesday.
The students of International School Savremena had a unique chance to listen to an inspirational lecture by professor Pitić, entitled ‘The Challenges of the Digital Age’.
Savremena’s students went on a five-day study trip to Prague, or the Golden City as Charles IV called it, built in the 9th and 10th centuries around the Hradčany and Vyšehrad forts.
Students Matija Šarenac, Teodora Đokić, Isidora Šmitran, Katarina Aleksić and Andrej Rstić, accompanied by teacher Tatjana Koluvija, participated in the three-day regional MUN (Model United Nations) conference at the Ptuj High School in Ptuj, Slovenia.