Tijana Bojović

MA Teacher in Class Teacher Education


Education: Faculty of Education, University of Kragujevac (2011-2016)

Professional training

Master’s degree in  Class Teacher Education, University of Kragujevac

Elective subject module- English language, Teaching English to Young Learners

Expert meeting – forum – Development of students’ life values and partnership with their parents, 2020

Extracurricular activities – the mirror of the school, 2020

Program of professional training for teachers in early primary education for the subject Digital world, 2020

Professional training programme – teacher training in the development of entrepreneurial competencies, 2019

Teacher training for learning outcomes-oriented teaching, 2019

Digital classroom – digitally competent teacher – introducing e-textbooks and digital educational materials, 2019

Learning Management system course, CLIL, AIFA PCM 2017

1st Content and Language Integrated Learning Conference, Albania, 2017

More than a game– drama method and techniques of drama in working with children, 2017

The complex method in teaching initial reading and writing, 2017

Work experience

Primary School “Petar Petrović Njegoš“, 2018-2021

Primary School “Bejza”, 2016-2018

NS pro group – Foreign languages school – English classes for young learners in early primary school grades, 2015-2016


Milan Dabović

Class teacher


Education: Belgrade University, Faculty of Teacher Education, master degree

Professional training:

  • Seminar-“Introduction of Individualised learning, program-based learning, problem solving and exemplar education in a primary school” at ” Oktobar” primary school.
  • ADHD Conference in Belgrade, Marko Ferek, “Hiperactive dreamers in school”
  • MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access)
  • SeeSaw and ManageBac in a learning process

Previous expeirence as a teacher:

  • Primary school ” Oktobar”- Second grade teacher
  • Primary school “Braća Baruh” First grade teacher


Nonteaching activities:

  • Horseback ridding coach asistent from June 2013- (to this moment)
  • Asistent in a hipoterapy for ADHD children.
  • Organisation of summer camps and horseback ridding camps for 3-14 years old.
  • Author Poetry books:

-Залазак (2013)

-На раскршћу (2014)

-Мимоход (2019).


Marija Milbridge

Teacher of English Language (Native Speaker)





Bachelor of Education (Secondary, Humanities stream), University of Sydney, Australia

(Teaching subjects: English and French)


Fort Street High School, Sydney


Other Languages:

Serbian (native speaker)

French (B2 level)


Professional Background:

Teaching English Language Acquisition to children and adults in Serbia and other European countries

Teaching Serbian as a foreign language to children and adults in Australia

Delivering corporate staff training in a variety of business contexts in Australia (government, private and NGO sectors)

Delivery of individual consulting and small-group workshops in specialized contexts including:  organizational culture change, HR workforce planning and recruitment

Consulted to overseas-trained professionals on corporate communication and presentation in the Australian workplace culture.

Assisted with design of public education programs for ACT Libraries (Canberra, Australia)

Took part in projects promoting bilingualism, bilingual education and CLIL through active involvement in the Bilingual Education Alliance (Canberra, Australia)


Marija Stanković

German language teacher

Education :

BA in German Language and Literature, the Department of Germanic Studies, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade

Master’s degree –  Serbian as a foreign languaue

The Philological High School of Belgrade with English language as the main language

Professional development training:

Teaching German,  English and Serbian as a foreign language to children in the ages from 6 to 18, in groups and individually

Teaching German to adults, in groups and individually

Snezana Radonjic




EDUCATION: Faculty of Education, Sremska Mitrovica

Class teacher,methodology and didactics



Institution name: Westwood International School – IBO

Place/Country:  Gaborone, Botswana

Position: Year 4 Homeroom Teacher

Period of employment: 2017 – 2020

Institution name: ‘Gaborone International School’ – IGCSE (Cambridge International Certification)

Place/Country: Gaborone, Botswana

Position: Year 3 & 1, Reception Relief Teacher, Year 1 Teacher, Head of Department

Period of employment: 2011 – 2016

Institution name: ‘Rainbow English Medium ‘– IGCSE (Cambridge International Certification)

Place/Country:  Gaborone, Botswana

Position: Reception Teacher, Standard Head, Year 1 Teacher

Period of employment: 1998 – 2010

Institution name: Primary School ‘Vojislav Voka -Savić’

Period of employment:  1991-1993

Main responsibilities: Teaching children throughout from Reception to Year 4 in Lower Primary School.



Online workshop category 1 (PYP Make it Happen)

Participated in the NEASC, Self-study, CIS and IBO visiting accreditation team inspection

Workshop on Inquiry based learning led by professional IBO trainer

Workshop on Enhanced PYP-From principles into practice led by PYP Coordinator

First Aid Training led by certified medical rescue provider

IB Curriculum Contributor and Developer Workshop

Winning of Achievement Award in 2005

Certificate of the Association of Business Executives in 2006

Certification for Translator/Interpreter for Serbian/Croat Language and English Language(and vice versa) in 2007

Certificate of Vocational Training in 2008

Certificate of Participation and Contribution to the Independent School’s Champion of Champions Tournament in 2008

Long Service Award in 2009

Certificate in Recognition of Contribution and Participation, Committee of Heads of Independent Private Schools (CHIPS) in 2010

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) General Training, British High Commission in 2013

Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Service in 2014

Certificate in appreciation for attending the ‘Botswana Society for human development’ workshop; Mental illness and intellectual disability in 2016

Special Needs Association of Botswana (SNASOB) Workshop; Using Layered and Differentiated Curriculum in Support for Learning in 2018

Certificate of Appreciation for passion, challenge and life-long learning in 2018



Biljana Mandić

German language teacher

Education :

BA in German Language and Literature, the Department of Germanic Studies, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade

Master’s degree –  Language, Literature, Culture

2014 – 2020 owner, founder and teacher  at the German language center “Schritt für Schritt”

Professional development training:

„Kooperative Gesamtschule“ Tarmstedt, Germany

Jelena Cetkovic Elementary school

Third Belgrade Grammar School

Milenko Miljić

Teacher of geography


-2010 – Geography Graduate for Environmental Science from the Faculty of Geography, University of Belgrade
Workshops and certificates:
-Cambridge International Examinations online Professional Development course: Introductory Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460)
-CTP Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460)
-International Baccalaureate Environmental systems and societies (Cat.2) workshop
Examination experience:
-International Baccalaureate Environmental systems and societies – since 2017
-Cambridge IGCSE Geography (0460) – since 2018
-Cambridge International AS & A Level Human Geography Examiner – since 2020
Past expirience:
– 2015 – present: IB Environmental systems and societies teacher at Gimnazija Crnjanski
– 2015 – present: Cambridge IGCSE and Lower Secondary Geography teacher at Gimnazija Crnjanski and POŠ Plavi Krug

Dr Miloš Paunović

History professor



He received his BA, MPhil and PhD degrees in History at the University of Belgrade, with PhD dissertation Balkan Horizons of British Politics Towards Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1920 – 1929. His main research interests cover the impact of the British foreign policy and British culture on the former Yugoslav lands during the 20th Century. His field of interest also includes history of sport, Serbian pupils and students during the First World War, as well as contemporary relations between ex-Yugoslav/Balkan nations.

Apart from teaching Miloš has years of working experience in Serbian NGO sector. He was one of the co-founders of the Centre for Sports Heritage (Belgrade). As a researcher, he took part in the following two research projects that the centre conducted in cooperation with the British Embassy in Belgrade:

– Sport remembers: Serbian-British sporting contacts during the First World War


– Exile in the Classroom: Serbian students and pupils in Great Britain during the First World War

He’s author and co-author of several monographs and academic articles, the most recent ones being Exile in the Classroom (CSH, 2016) and Towards Permanent Solutions of Open Questions Between Serbia and its Neighbours (CPES, 2019). Miloš is also an associate researcher at CPES (Belgrade).

Presentations in international academic conferences:

June 2014:  Kick-Off in Europe’s „Powder Keg“: Cooperation and Confrontation in Football in South Slavic Lands 1900-1914, Manchester Metropolitan University, Cheshire Faculty, Crew, UK

October 2013: An Old Empire and a Newcomer: The British And Yugoslav Diplomat’s Views On Each Other After the Paris Peace Conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

September 2013: Football’s Positive Influence on Integration in Diverse Societies: The Cases of Two Post-War Yugoslavias, UCLAN, Manchester, UK

Languages: English, Norwegian, Serbian (fluent), German (basic), Slovak (basic)



Dr Uroš Tomić

Teacher of English A: Language and Literature (MYP/IB)



  • BA, MA/MPhil and PhD, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade
  • PhD in Literary Studies with Culture and Film Studies

Works as a lecturer at the University of Belgrade, literary and academic translator, and author of academic study guides of literary works for US colleges.

Academic researcher (literature, film, popular culture, translatology, adaptation theory), associate at the American Cultural Center, author of a novel and numerous short stories published in the UK and US.

Eight years of experience teaching English A within the IBDP (Certificates: English A: Literature and English A: Language and Literature).

Boris Ilić

Teacher of Religious teaching


Master in Theology – Emphasis in Bible Patristics

Orthodox Theological University of Belgrade, Belgrade Serbia

Bachelor of Theology – Emphasis in Religious education

Orthodox Theological University of Belgrade


Professional Development

Course in German – Level A1 (2016-2017)Goethe Institute, Belgrade Serbia

Online seminars Institute of Modern Education, Belgrade Serbia

Internship in Middle/High School Belgrade, Serbia


Author of the following Scientific Books

Interpretation The Book of Daniel 1-6; exegesis and historical aspects (2017)


Paul Tilich and Theology of culture (2016)


Saint Justin of Ćelije and philosophical significance of St. Sava’s legacy  (2013) – awarded at the Svetosavski temat in 2013 at the Orthodox Theological University of Belgrade.

Reviewer and lector the book A Character from eternity from author A. P.



Primarly, work in education, but besides that fosters the professional interest in church music, church history, and interpretation of biblical stories.