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Chartwell International School

Where Students Thrive

As a veritable second home to almost 900 children of more than 40 nationalities, Chartwell truly is a unique community. All-encompassing, diverse and multicultural, on the one hand, it is simultaneously a school that nurtures equality and tolerance, while promoting mutual support and respect

Chartwell offers exam preparation for a full range of subjects, thus enabling its students to successfully complete their secondary education, opening the door to enrolment in the world’s most renowned universities.

Chartwell International School prides itself on being one of the longest-standing private schools in Serbia, which has been striving towards distinction and excellence continuously for more than two decades. Situated at the heart of Belgrade, Chartwell comprises six separate campuses divided according to student age and level, each surrounded by greenery and the tranquility of one of Belgrade’s most pleasant uptown areas. Tailored to suit the needs and demands of a particular age group, each of Chartwell’s premises boasts vast indoor and outdoor spaces, with carefully furnished and decorated classrooms, accompanied by spacious playgrounds and sports fields. The school’s main goal is to provide its students with a safe and uplifting learning environment, paving the way for their growth and success.

As a veritable second home to almost 900 children of more than 40 nationalities, Chartwell truly is a unique community. All-encompassing, diverse and multicultural, on the one hand, it is simultaneously a school that nurtures equality and tolerance, while promoting mutual support and respect.

Chartwell inspires students to become their best, both academically and socially, while the school’s mission is to make every effort to maintain the highest level of teaching and service provision, worthy of the accreditation awarded to Chartwell by the University of Cambridge, the Serbian Ministry of Education, as well as COBIS, of which the Chartwell International School is a proud member.

Chartwell’s main goal is to provide students with a safe and uplifting learning environment, paving the way to their growth and success

The curriculum at the core of Chartwell is based on the British National curriculum, adapted to the global context and taught through an international perspective. It is founded on a cross-curricular approach in which students take an active role in their own learning, conducting research and exploring their own interests and talents. Year after year, the school observes how its children flourish, becoming more independent and devoted to their studies, slowly preparing themselves for the first great milestones: taking IGCSE and AS/A level exams. Chartwell offers exam preparation for a full range of subjects, thus enabling its students to successfully complete their secondary education, opening the door to enrolment in the world’s most renowned universities.

As much as they are pillars of their own academic achievements, Chartwell’s students are supported and their learning scaffolded each step of the way by the school’s most dedicated and experienced teachers. Their goal is never merely to teach a lesson or pass on knowledge, but rather to demonstrate empathy, an ability to adapt their methods and incorporate the most innovative, hands-on strategies that truly make a difference in the classroom. Having small-sized classes further adds to their almost individual approach to teaching, discovering students’ aptitudes and developing their potential.

With an awareness that teaching extends far beyond the classroom and academic programme, Chartwell never shies away from organising extracurricular activities for its students and teachers, from daily outings and theatre or museum visits, to celebrating World Book or UN Day, all with the aim of fortifying the school spirit, friendship and Chartwell’s great family-like atmosphere. The Poetry Night, End of Year Performance or Charity Bazaar are always eagerly anticipated annual events that bring joy to the whole community.

Therefore, whether by showing their wit or talent, working hard or having fun, students thrive at Chartwell International School, a place where they forge life-long friendships and a stepping stone to their future career and life success.

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