Contact the School Secretary at the respective school ( Foundation, Primary or Secondary) and the Admissions team will provide you with an Application Pack. If you wish to come in person and possibly also have a tour of our school premises, please contact us for an appointment.
If you wish to apply for a place for your child at our school please follow Step 2.
Complete and return all requested forms and supporting documents to the School Secretary at the respective school ( Foundation, Primary or Secondary) at your earliest convenience.
All documents must be completed in English and/or translated into English.
Please be aware that unless all papers are completed, your child's application cannot be processed.
After receipt of a complete set of application papers the School Secretary will confirm receipt of application papers by email if you have not brought them in personally.
Please note that the School Counseling Team takes the final decision on acceptance. The process of review usually takes a couple of days and the School Secretary will contact you immediately with the result.
When a place for a student is available the School Secretary will offer it immediately. However, if a place is not available, the candidate's name will be placed on the respective waiting list and the School Secretary will contact the family again if and when a place becomes available.
Chartwell International School is very proud to have hosted a very useful 4-day seminar with presenters from the UK, experts in the field of education, in February this year.03 Sep 2020
Our responsible teachers take care every day to make sure that children and employees are healthy and safe.13 Jul 2020
Pre-School24 Jun 2020
Spring rainbows, birds and butterflies!
The F1 children really love being back together and are keen on doing activities.
Play is an essential part of early learning. As children play they are developing the cognitive, socio-emotional and physical skills they will need to take them into a successful adulthood.28 Jan 2020
Hanging Mobile Book Reports - our fun English project.The students had to make a hanging mobile book report that included having nine cards hanging from your mobile and one at the top (ten total).21 Feb 2020
Positive group experiences and cooperative learning have been shown to contribute to student learning and overall success.20 Feb 2020
Our class, 2A, have been up to lots of exciting things since we came back from the Christmas and New Year break. We have been studying the topic Light and Dark in Science and have done some experiments with light and shadows, as well as learning more about the Sun.07 Feb 2020
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Recently, parents and students alike have asked me how can a student best improve in Year 6 English? There is a gremlin in my mind that would blurt out: read read read! Humor aside, this is a serious question that has been incubating for a bit.05 Feb 2020
Year 6 had the privilege to have the whole Tasmajden Ice Skating Rink to themselves! Wednesday was filled with laughter, excitement, new adventures and fun during ice skating.30 Jan 2020
On Tuesday 4th of February year 10 and a part of year 12 went to the Belgrade Aquarium to enhance their Geography lesson.06 Feb 2020
Once again Chartwell Secondary took the teaching outside the classroom. During the course of the first term, secondary students had the opportunity to enrich their appreciation of art, music and Serbian by visiting the theater.13 Dec 2019
Traditionally, the first week of December is dedicated to Science and once again Chartwell students visited the largest Science Festival in this part of Europe. This year, the 13th Science Festival under the intriguing Reveal theme tried to debunk all those popular myths and misconceptions that have become part of our daily lives.12 Dec 2019
Traditionally Chartwell Secondary Students gathered together parents, teachers and students and filled Radisson hall with powerful emotions and music celebrating once again poetry, the art form that Samuel T.Coleridge has defined as "the best words in the best order'.04 Dec 2019
UN Day is one of Chartwell’s traditionally celebrated events. This year, once again, teachers and students integrated the UN Day into the curriculum, where they focused on their origin, country and nationality.22 Nov 2019