Andy Ridgway joined us in August, 2015, from Tanzania where he has been working as Head of School. He has worked with children from nursery to school-leaver level and his international teaching experience includes positions such as Head of Primary, Head of Secondary, Dean of Students and Athletics Director. Andy blends his knowledge of the EYFS/English primary curriculum with best practices from around the world, such as the Singaporean maths programme, visual learning strategies, elements of the international baccalaureate and learnings from the world of sport! Andy has taught internationally for 11 years, teaching in UK, Zambia, Tanzania, Germany and Italy. He is now also very happy in Serbia! Andy is a true red, travelling back a few times a year to watch United (even now under LVG)......... firstname.lastname@example.org
All our rooms are heated via a central heating system and we have air-conditioners for when the weather is hot. There is a full kitchen below ground floor where we can conduct science related activities or cooking classes, and a kitchenette on the top.
The 9 classrooms vary in size: Our huge attic houses up to 15 students, while on the ground floor we have 3 large rooms, each for 12-15 of our youngest children.
On the middle we have 3 teaching rooms of varied dimensions. There are well-equipped bathrooms on all 4 floors. All classes of children are limited in number to suit the space.
We also have 2 classrooms in the beautiful outhouses that have been purposefully constructed to make state of the art early childhood classrooms.
The school is set in lovely, green grounds, providing ample play areas for the children. Our new playground equipment brings us up to European safety standards.
Tuition fees range from 3000 euro to 6500 euro per year. 3 day - 5 day options available. Monthly payment options also available.
Members of the INSB and IPS community have volunteered to serve the School as governors. The Board comprises elected representatives of the Association and a teacher representative.
Role of the Board of Governors