PRIGO Mission & Vision
PRIGO schools are based on the unique PriorityGO approach, which is protected by a trademark. We try to develop the personalities of our pupils, students and teachers by combining individualization of teaching and modern didactic methods. PRIGO schools focus not only on theoretical education, but especially on the applicability of graduates in future life. Emphasis is placed on cultural traditions and values of education in our area and especially on the high quality of teaching with priority given to the development of factual skills over the formalized achievement of the qualification framework.
The philosophy of PRIGO schools is therefore clearly defined and is constantly adapted to the development of society. We know who we educate and how we educate him. We have a clear idea of where we go and where we want to go. Like our pupils and students, we make mistakes, but we try to learn from them. At the same time, we learn from the best. We cooperate with more than twenty foreign schools from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, France and other countries, not only in the form of mobility programmes, but especially by sharing examples of good practice.
Ten principles of PriorityGO
PRIGO Strategic Board
The strategic and long-term development of PRIGO schools as well as the implementation of our philosophical concept and evaluation of all processes are managed by the PRIGO Strategic Council (PSC). It has six members and consists of three members of the Praesidium and three other members. The PSC guarantees compliance with the rules of the PriorityGO approach.
The Executive Management of the PriorityGO agenda is entrusted to the Director of Development and External Relations – Ing. Zdeňka Maralíková (email@example.com).
In accordance with its statute, the Strategic Council meets once a month and discusses medium-term and strategic issues. The conclusions are then implemented into the operational management of PRIGO schools through an authorised member of the PSC. This allows extension to all schools of the PRIGO group, ensuring cooperation of each school and the fulfilment of selected topics. The founding rights to PRIGO schools are exercised by the PSC Praesidium or by one of its members, in accordance with the charters or founding documents.