Chartwell Year 10 to year 13 students went to an educational school trip to Rome.
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Piñatas are an exciting addition to any party. It is a lot of fun bashing a piñata open and discovering which kinds of treats are inside. The mad rush to pick up all of the treats from the ground is also a lot of fun for kids and adults alike.
Incorporating technology in mathematics classrooms enables teachers to craft powerful collaborative learning experiences that support problem solving and flexible thinking.
Laboratory work is always the most exciting part of science. In the photos, year 12 students are discussing and consulting each other during preparation for the Biology practical exam.
To take a break from learning and intensive preparation for assessment week, year 10 students went, with their class teacher, to the Museum night.
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Chartwell International School is an international school, whose curriculum is based on the British National Curriculum.
The school is accredited as an international school and an examination center by Cambridge and by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia.