What should children be taught these days?

What should children be thought in their grammar schools these days? What will our society look like in twenty years? What are the most efficient ways of teaching? What should the beneficial IT lesson be?

These and similar questions we put not only to ourselves but to various figures across disciplines as well, to people from science, business, education, parents and to all active people who understand that good-quality education is our future and that we cannot fully rely on our state in this regard.

"Our future is uncertain, that's the only thing that we can claim for sure," said Michael Sebek, professor of cybernetics at CTU (Czech Technical University) in Prague.Therefore, in his opinion, schools should prepare children for any future and develop those skills that are appropriate for every future. Our school has come up to the same conclusion and we think that it is necessary to develop creative and critical thinking, flexibility, the ability to communicate and the need for lifelong learning. Thus, there is responsibility instead of blind obedience and curiosity instead of expectation of closed lectures that we want to create our school on together with overall approach to students. We want our teaching to be a source of inspiration and good tools. We want to encourage young people to "try", not to be afraid of trying things in spite of making mistakes because one can effectively learn by making mistakes and it moves the person on and further. In our view, one of the main tasks of the school is to give people information about their personality, who they are, what their values are, what they are very good at or what their limits are. This is the only way to build an individual's natural self-confidence in order to live a fulfilled and happy life.

We want to be a place where there are good and healthy interpersonal relationships, a place where people respect each other, a place where both children and adults like to attend and meet because they feel safe there.