The foundation of learning at Chartwell International School is based on:
Quality - in all curriculum areas and every aspect of school life.
Merit - in view of our students’ commitment to their studies and as a value for building a better society.
Individual talents - helping our students to recognise and advance their natural talents.
Respect - Spreading the culture and every day practice of respect of others and the environment.
The School offers a wide-ranging curriculum at every level. The curriculum is based on the British educational system an aims to instill a love of learning. All teaching from Nursery to university seeks to develop knowledge, understanding and skills so that pupils are fully prepared for the next academic stage
The achievement of students on the IGCSE, AS and A level examinations is a very good indicator of the quality of education provided here at Chartwell International School.
Unlike many other schools in the region, we are non-selective. It is therefore even more praiseworthy that consistently over the years our students achieved the world average or above, which is again fantastic.
With these excellent results, our students have secured places at some of the world’s top universities, with the majority of our graduates gaining entry into their top choice university.
Chartwell International School is accredited as an international school and examination centre by the University of Cambridge, but it is also recognized as a school by the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. The School's curriculum provides experience in linguistic, mathematical, scientific, technological, physical and aesthetic education.
The range of subjects offered at our school prepare our students for university and beyond, but school is about a lot more than getting students to pass exams. Chartwell International School is a secure and caring community, where staff, creating a vibrant, diverse, student-centred programme of learning, supported by superior facilities and resources, are dedicated to bringing out the very best in those for whom they are responsible, whatever their background or ability.
Hello from Nursery!
Theme for this week was a lovely book ‘Pete the Cat: I love My White Shoes.’
Learning the alphabet is such a big step for preschoolers, as is learning to write letters.10 Dec 2020
These clever little F1 children are learning number recognition in a really exciting way.10 Dec 2020
During autumn, weather changes very often, so we have introduced a new activity which we will do every day - 'Weather chart'.03 Dec 2020
This week the Nursery children enjoyed the book 'Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?'.25 Sep 2020
Hello from the Y2b classroom! Many interesting things have happened in our class in the past few days.25 Mar 2021
Instructions and shapes were the topics that kept the year 1B classroom busy!18 Mar 2021
Hello from the 1B classroom! During our Science class, we began talking about water - where it comes from and the ways we use it.16 Mar 2021
5 A had an amazing two weeks of learning in preparation for World Book Day. We studied an Inuit legend from North America. We created our own book covers for the story, re-wrote the legend from a different character’s point of view, learned about the history of the Inuit and, in geography, we looked at how they adapt their lives to the climate and environment.11 Mar 2021
A big hello from everyone in class 3A. Spring is just around the corner and we can't wait, but we have enjoyed and made the most of the snow season this year - we have made a new friend - Donald the snowman!04 Mar 2021
Pi (often represented by the lower-case Greek letter π), one of the most well-known mathematical constants, is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. In other words, Pi equals the circumference divided by the diameter. It does not matter how big or small the circle is, Pi remains the same.25 Mar 2021
Last week, on the occasion of World Book Day, we organized an exhibition at our school. The children wrote about their favorite books and made illustrations. The best illustration was awarded with a book.16 Mar 2021
Our year 9 students had the opportunity to attend the presentations of some of the IGCSE subjects that they will have the option to choose next year.09 Mar 2021
The piñata party is slowly becoming a part of the tradition in our school and the students love it. Our goal was to work as a team, since both art and the Spanish class have participated in carrying out the project. The students have learned about the historical facts of this worldwide tradition and we prepared a quiz where they competed against each others.14 Oct 2020
Treading along the meandering paths of Kosutnjak and Fruska Gora, year 7, 8 and 9 students said goodbye to the summer season and witnessed autumn emerging in a rainbow of colours.08 Oct 2020