NTC Club Novi Sad

(In Serbian Language)


Children can come to the NTC club every day from Monday to Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The activity schedule is designed to be a mix of directed NTC activities and free play. Such a combination fosters the overall child's psychophysical development. 

NTC workshops are held after 4 p.m. on workdays. More information can be found at the bottom of this page.


The author of the NTC Programme Dr Ranko Rajović with associates designed the programme that is implemented in 17 European countries and in the NTC Clubs. Play as child’s intrinsic motivation jis a key factor of the NTC programme. 

The NTC Learning System is an innovative method that fosters the overall (emotional, motor and cognitive) child’s development using the latest findings and models of neuro-educational science, and that is what makes it unique. The author of the NTC programme, Ranko Rajović, is a longstanding lecturer and the head of the Department of Educational Neuroscience at the Faculty of Education in Koper. Dr Rajović often emphasises the importance of reducing screen time and letting children be bored sometimes, because boredom is the driver of imagination. He also advises on how to design activities for children and stimulate their development through play.

The environment is ever-changing, habits change and all this affects our children’s abilities and opportunities, so we need to adjust the content and approach of education in order to maximally encourage children’s development and activate their potential. Schools of the future should provide solutions for the challenges. The NTC club arose out of a need to maintain continuity in working with children according to the NTC methodology, but also as a forerunner of a future school. We used to have workshops that were held once a week and camps that were organised only during the summer, and now we are able to offer a programme that children can attend every day, throughout the year.


NTC activities held at the NTC club daily:

  • NTC techniques (codes, illogical stories, hiding words, associative expression of songs/lessons)
  • NTC competitive and social games
  • NTC training grounds and motion games
  • NTC handicraft, music and drama workshops

The above mentioned activities foster:

  • development of intellectual skills and cognitive processes
  • development of concentration
  • development of children’s motor and thinking skills
  • development of imagination and creativity
  • fine motor skills
  • development of deep attention
  • helping each other, empathy and team spirit
  • communication, play, socialisation
  • positive emotions, empathy


Free play, integrated into daily activities, helps children develop various skills they will need in life, from making friends and negotiation to problem-solving, creative thinking and practising self-control. Play is the most reliable form of self-education and discovery of new things. It provides them with a safe environment for trying out new life skills and ways of being. Through the open exploring and "testing" of play, children become aware that taking action really is what it takes in life to reach a desired goal.

To find out more on the subject, read “Children’s clock ticks differently”.


The children with monthly membership for the entire school year are tested twice a year, in order to keep track of their progress and inform their parents about it. Our objective is to take care of the overall child development, together with the parents.

Children who attend sporadically are not tested.

The reports are strictly confidential and protected by a statement signed by both parties. They contain research results, an indication of stagnation or progress in development and most importantly – suggestions and advice for parents, in case they need to pay attention to a certain segment.


We focus on the whole child and their health and nutrition is a very important part of that. To ensure the highest quality, catering including snacks and dinner is provided. All meals are prepared from healthy, fresh ingredients, without additives, sweeteners and preservatives and with an optimal ratio of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. 
In addition to the above-mentioned, we also serve fruit snacks. For children with allergies we prepare a customised menu.
Menu: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1KqYAn_5aFlxz4E42tp8pqSburvQWEdVT


7.45 – 09.00 Arrival (NTC social games, construction games, outdoor activities) I block
09.00 – 10.30 NTC Workshop
10.30 – 11.00 NTC training grounds, movement games, free play in the yard or inside (depending on the weather conditions) II block
11.00 - 11.15 Snack
11.15 - 13.00 NTC training grounds, movement games, free play in the yard or nap (for those who take naps).
13.00 - 13.30 Lunch
13.30 - 15.00 Relaxing and creative activities for the end of the day (dance, music, art). III block
15.00 - 15.15 Fruit snack
15.15 - 16.00 Picking the children up (NTC social games, construction games, outdoor activities)
The activities during the day are arranged in 3 blocks, each block containing specific activities. The teacher has the freedom to adjust the content and sequence of activities if necessary, because we follow children’s needs and adapt to weather conditions. To find out what a day at the club usually looks like, please read below. For the children who take naps, we have arranged rest time.


NTC learning is playing

“Smart minds rise and see the world's surprise”

We arrange an NTC workshop every day to get the brains ticking. Then we introduce a movement game, to activate thinking and motion.

NTC in the meadow

“Jump, turn, and spin around – on the meadow, activities abound!”

This block is reserved for outdoor activities, when we play on the NTC training grounds that everybody loves. The programme author, Dr Ranko Rajović always points out the importance of children being deft and nimble, and when we add a thought process to it, then we get top results. The activities are not only useful for children’s development, but they also enjoy them and have fun doing them. 

NTC social games, dancing and handicraft

“Playing, imagining and so much more to explore”

We didn’t want to fully define this block to allow for adaptability based on children's interests, thus ensuring that they are not confined to a set routine and can explore different activities. It consists of NTC board games that are important for the development of deep attention, handicrafts that are excellent for the development of creativity, imagination and fine motor skills, dance lessons conducted in a special NTC way and free play.


MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP for children older than 3 years of age:

Children aged 3 to 6 years can stay at the NTC club for a full day, year-round. We combine the activities throughout the day, with some in mixed groups, and others in smaller groups, where we separate children by age. Children who take naps have arranged rest time.


All-day stay from Monday to Friday between 08:00 a.m. and 04:00 p.m.

Meals (2 snacks and lunch)

Work in groups according to the NTC programme, limited number of participants 

Testing, monitoring the child's progress and discussions with parents twice a year during the school year

Work material

Parents’ meetings in which Dr Ranko Rajović also occasionally participates

The parents get 50% discount on online and 30% discount on in-person seminars by Dr Ranko Rajović

The spot is secured for the duration of the contractual obligation.


OCCASIONAL VISITS (8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on workdays)

Children born in March 2017 and older can come to the NTC club occasionally.

One NTC day, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Meals (2 snacks and lunch)

You need to make a schedule of attendance for the entire month and email it two weeks before the beginning of the following month. 

Based on the schedule, you will receive instructions for payment to be made in advance.

Purchased NTC days can be used within the current month



  1. A word by the author, Dr Ranko Rajović



  1. How is the NTC Programme implemented in schools?

Teacher Slavica Bobić



  1. An example of how the programme is used to learn a lesson or a part of a lesson



  1. Vuk Rajović, with some comments by Viktor Savić and Minja Subota.

TV show "Knowledge Studio", RTS 1


What are illogical stories and why are they important?

How to easily learn the capital of a country?
How to memorise a number of random terms that can be used for processing learning material (lesson key words, lists, etc.)?
How to learn all non-metals with ease (7th grade chemistry lesson)?



WORKSHOPS CYCLE from September to June (on workdays after 4 p.m. and on weekends)

  1. NTC Workshops

All those wishing to attend the NTC workshops outside the regular working hours (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) may do so after hours on workdays, or on weekends. The NTC Centre Belgrade organises such workshops in several locations in Belgrade, and the NTC Club is one of them. The workshops are intended for children aged 4 to 12 years. Children who opt for a specific timing come once a week, throughout the school semester, and work for 60 or 90 minutes (depending on the age) according to the programme designed for their group.

Read more: https://ntcucenje.com/radionica/novi-sad/



Online trainings for parents are held every month. The club members get 50% discount on all seminars by Dr Ranko Rajović. All you need to do is email us and we will send you a discount code. Read more about the trainings and seminars: https://ntcucenje.com/shop/ 


  • 1 block – RSD 1,100 + 400 RSD lunch
  • 1 day – RSD 3,200 (lunch included)
  • 1 month – RSD 48,000 (lunch included)

Telephone: +381649078515

E-mail: info@ntclearning.com


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