The construction of the most modern educational campus in Serbia commenced

The construction of the most modern educational campus in Serbia commenced

With the groundbreaking ceremony, the construction of the most modern educational campus in Serbia began in Belgrade Waterfront. A state primary school with outdoor and indoor sports fieldss and a mini botanical garden is being built in the hinterland of Sava Square, and next to it, a state-of-the-art kindergarten for children from 3 to 6 years old.

President of the National Assembly Ana Brnabic, Deputy Prime Ministers of the Serbian Government Sinisa Mali and Irena Vujovic, Minister of Education Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic and General Manager of Belgrade Waterfront Zorana Burlic laid a time capsule with messages for future generations in the foundations of future educational centre.

„The school consists, first of all, of teachers and, of course, students, and Belgrade Waterfront invested a lot of effort to create an inspiring environment for them, in which learning will be a pleasure. We believe that the new educational campus will become a centre where future generations will develop their potentials and realize their dreams“, said Zorana Burlić.

The state primary school will be able to accomodate 480 students. In the spacious courtyard, there will be sports courts and a mini botanical garden as a kind of green biology classroom. Selected varieties from all continents will be grow in this exclusive green corner: sequoia, Chilean Pine, Japanese maple, as well as Pancic’s spruce.

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The kindergarten with an area of about 800 sqm will feature modernly equipped rooms for a comfortable staying for up to 80 kids and a multifunctional hall for gatherings and performances. All rooms overlook a spacious yard bordered by greenery and trees, which will contribute to natural isolation from outside noise. The yard will be equipped with various amenities to provide children with a safe and stimulating environment for play and development. In addition to the usual devices such as swings, slides and climbing towers, zones with different tactile surfaces have been designed to help the development of the youngest ones.

The state-of-the-art educational complex is being built in a part of the city that has become very attractive for families with children due to its diverse facilities, but children from entire Belgrade will be able to attend the new primary school. The location easily accessible from all parts of the city is an additional advantage, and the arrival will be further facilitated by the construction of a metro station in the back of Sava Square, where the first two underground lines will cross.

The Historical Museum of Serbia, located in the renovated building of the former Main Railway Station will be in the neighborhood. The reconstructed building of the Old Post Office in Savska Street will be mostly dedicated to the youngest ones – it will house an interactive children’s museum, workshops and children’s theatre.

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