10th Anniversary of PRIMA International School

Each one, Teach one

PRIMA International School of Belgrade has been offering for the past ten years the best of a British and international education in a nurturing setting that is safe and stimulating for all families seeking the highest quality education for their children.

PRIMA International School consists of Preschool, Primary and Secondary departments, and is an accredited Cambridge Assessment International Education centre and, as such, has gained a reputation as a serious educational institution.

Speaking at the ceremony celebrating the school’s tenth anniversary, Ms Brigitte MacIntosh Petrovic, Head of school, said: “There is no greater feeling than standing here before you in anticipation of what the next ten years will bring. We will continue to develop and improve so that our students can achieve greatness, and we will continue to contribute to the educational and scholastic community for many years to come.

We will do all this and I can say that with confidence because of my team. Our teachers have a knack for finding what the child loves to do and then drawing it out of them and encouraging them. Our pupils have already grown in confidence and have the desire to further explore and freely express their imagination. PRIMA students have resilience, curiosity and compassion.”

We will continue to develop and improve, so that our students can achieve greatness, and we will continue to contribute to the educational and scholastic community for many years to come.

Speaking about the principles and teaching methods applied by the school, Ms MacIntosh Petrovic noted: “My staff, to me, are champions of education. Their dedication and hard work during school hours, and now at home, is to be commended. I know they are overwhelmed at times, but what I love the most about them is that they don’t give up. They continue to move forward, and as they do they reach back and pull someone forward with them. The saying ‘Each one, teach one’ perfectly illustrates what they are all about.

You have all, at some point and time, had an impact on the life of a child here at PRIMA. From Preschool and Reception to Primary and Secondary, whether it be something you said, did, or showed, these students will move on and in their adulthood, they too will impact the lives of people who come into contact with them. Those people will, in turn, move on and impact other lives. My teachers will cause a ripple effect of goodness in the years to come.”

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