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What will a 15-year-old child gain from an education at our school?


Skills are practical abilities to apply knowledge in real situations. We can divide them into cognitive, practical and communicative. Students are better prepared for the real world, they are able to take care of themselves and their surroundings thanks to the combination of practical experience and academic studies.



Knowledge represents a theoretical understanding of specific concepts or topics. They include facts, concepts, methods and procedures.



Competencies combine knowledge and skills and include

  • autonomy and responsibility: The ability to work independently and take responsibility for one's actions.

  • Cooperation: Ability to work effectively in a team and contribute to common goals.

  • Personal development: Ability to control error, self-evaluation, self-reflection and identify areas for improvement,
    problem solving



Children learn to be flexible and able to adapt to new situations, to think innovatively and in context, which is key in a rapidly changing world.


Critical thinking

Students are prepared to work with information, think critically and make decisions based on analysis and synthesis of information. Digital wellness, including digital hygiene and digital detox.


Time management

Planning, prioritizing and finishing work skills help organize and allocate time for study and other activities.


Interpersonal relationships

Interpersonal skills are abilities that facilitate effective interaction and communication with others. It includes empathy, conflict resolution, and the ability to collaborate.


Lifelong learning

Fostering intrinsic motivation and a love of learning leads to children becoming lifelong learners who are constantly open to new knowledge and skills.


One of the main goals of education at our school is to focus on acquiring the competencies needed for the 21st century. The Montessori program reflects modern educational requirements by emphasizing practical skills, personality development and adaptability. We try to prepare children not only for the current needs of the world and the labor market, but also for the future challenges and opportunities that await them.


When creating and implementing the Montessori method, we keep several fundamental principles in mind:

We start from human tendencies and needs

We are based on developmental stages and psychological characteristics of age

We are based on the child's interest

We start from the child's cultural and social environment

Montessori methods

  • Mixed age groups

  • Ethical and moral education

  • "Hands on the Material"

  • Individual and group work.

  • Self formation

  • Ecological education

  • Care and services

  • Error checking and feedback

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