Our values


The Novopecherska School offers an educational experience to its students which seeks to maximize their learning potential as they journey to become independent learners who are critical thinkers and problem solvers, who are committed to exercising their talents to create the betterment of themselves, of society, both locally and globally. We do this by providing a caring, trusting and compassionate environment where students can develop their moral and ethical spirits and a sense of understanding others.


The Novopecherska School is continuously focused on preparing students for the future. In doing so it endeavours to graduate students who are:

  • Self directed life long learns
  • Flexible and adaptable to change
  • A reflective, creative, holistic thinker who solves problems and makes responsible decisions with a moral conscience for the common good
  • A caring person who tends to others
  • A responsible citizen who acts with moral and ethical integrity
  • A collaborative contributor who finds meaning, dignity and vocation in work and respects the rights of all and contributes to the common good.


  • supporting potential, facilitating creative and intellectual activity
  • respect for the child, offering every child freedom of choice
  • developing teamwork skills, tolerance and the ability to work effectively together
  • transparent and open relationship between all parties: parents, teachers and children
  • tailored tutoring creating a modern open-minded person
  • continuous updating of our teachers training to enhance their professionalism


We view the parents as active participants in the successful education of the children. We believe it is impossible without the active involvement and support from parents.

What do we expect from parents?

  • a desire to develop all interests expressed by your child
  • confidence in all who work with your child: school management, teachers, tutors, coaches
  • respect of the Ukrainian language, culture and traditions
  • a clear understanding that studies need home support
  • to be interested in school affairs