We are IT experts and teachers in one
...looking for courageous and creative colleagues
We have 20 years of experience in information systems development, IT management, and people management. We have degrees in pedagogy and direct pedagogical experience in both public and private schools. We are looking for courageous and creative colleagues who would like to join our team.
We want to combine our experience in the commercial IT sphere and Czech school practices to create a new concept of grammar school education, to meet the needs of the modern world.
Mgr. Markéta Fibigerová
School Owner and Director, Teacher of informatics and humanities
Graduated from the Faculty of Education at Charles University, majoring in Teacher Training for 2nd and 3rd Grade in Czech Language and History.
During her studies in humanities she began to devote herself to programming and technical analysis and happen to be a key member of 1. PF, s.r.o. focused on software development and delivery of IT solutions and services that have been on the market for more than twenty years.
In her spare time, she enjoys climbing, alpine hiking, and alpine skiing (instructor level). She has two children, aged 9 and 12.
Mgr. Markéta Tuhá
School Operations Manager, Teacher of humanities
Markéta graduated from the Faculty of Education in Ústí nad Labem, specializing in Primary School Teacher Training.
She worked as a teacher, Headmaster of an elementary school, Methodologist, and she participated in the development of innovative projects for schools. She is currently managing her own company, Gusto Energy, whose main activity is the manufacture of technological switchboards.
She likes traveling in her free time, especially in the form of caravanism. She has two children aged 17 and 19 years.
Mgr. Radka Čapková
Teacher of humanities and foreign languages
Radka graduated from the Faculty of Education at Charles University, majoring in Teaching for the 2nd and 3rd Grade: Czech Language and History and completed state exams in English and Spanish.
Starting as a teacher, she later found herself working for Interpol and then for the Criminal Police in Prague, where she dealt with the international search for missing children and wanted people.
Now she has decided to join a team of like-minded, creative and active people to build a new school.
"School should primarily be a guide for pupils in the modern-day flood of data, ever-changing rules and exceptions, and to teach everything with integrity and causality, and what is needed and useful for today's world and real life."
She has two children aged 9 and 12. In her free time she enjoys sports, traveling, or doing handstands in bars or baking cakes at home.
Bc. Pavel Krulec
Co-creator of the IT curriculum
Pavel studies software engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Prague.
He has been a fan of the IT world since his childhood. He taught children to program games and robots at grammar school and became the author of the LEGO Mindstorms exercise book. He loves solving technical challenges and problems. Together with his team he won several international hackathons, where he tried working on many interesting projects.
He believes that a new skill is best learned through practice, experimentation and reading error messages. Relaxing for him means cycling and climbing.
Mgr. Matěj Klusáček
Teacher of informatics, mathematics and science
Matěj graduated from the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk University in Brno, majoring in Mathematical Informatics. Currently, he has been completing his pedagogical education.
After several years of experience as a programmer, a cartographer or a moderator, he has finally found himself in the teaching profession. He leads programming circles and his brain spends most of his time devising tasks for others - no matter whether to practice lusty schoolchildren or the companies and individuals that eager for an unconventional experience, or for the players of the biggest encryption game in the country.
Matěj spend sunny and even rainy days in the countryside looking for checkpoints at orienteering races and trainings. Then, in winter, he enjoys cross-country skiing or spending time in cultural facilities.
Mgr. Petr Matyáš
Teacher of informatics, mathematics and science
Petr graduated from the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk University in Brno, majoring in Informatics. After his studies, he worked at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University. Immediately, after the founding of the Faculty of Information Technology there, he became an assistant professor at that new arisen faculty. He gained valuable experience in creating the content and study materials of the subjects that he was teaching at the Faculty. In addition, he was working as a software project manager for three years. Since he enjoys educating and working with children and youth very much, he has currently been active as a high school teacher too.
His family is the biggest hobby of his, together with an association called "Opři se" that he founded with other volunteers. Its aim is to help children from children's homes to integrate into society, organize mainly motion-oriented activities for them, offer tutoring and try to support them after leaving home. Petr likes cycling, hiking, skiing, he likes good music and theater. He has two children aged 5 and 9 years.