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 fulfilment of their philosophical concept and the evaluation of all processes, is managed by the PRIGO Strategic Board (PSB). It consists of six members: three members of the Presidium and three regular members. The Presidium of the PRIGO Strategic Board issues instructions on the exercise of establishing rights to schools from the PRIGO group, based on the initiatives of the PRIGO Strategic Board or the PRIGO Programme Board.
According to its Regulations, the Strategic Board 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 authorized member of the PSB. This enables to extend to all schools of the PRIGO group, which ensures the cooperation of constituent schools and the fulfilment of selected topics. Establishing rights to PRIGO schools are exercised by the Presidium of PSB or one of its members, following the procedure in accordance with the deed of the establishment.
Members of PRIGO Strategic Board
PRIGO Programme Board
PRIGO Programme Board (PPB) is the main conceptual body that is the guarantor of the constitution of the PriorityGO rules. This council is an advisory body and acts by the Strategic Board of PRIGO. It has ten members. It usually meets twice a year and enables an independent evaluation of the principles on which PRIGO schools are built. According to the Regulations, the external members of the PRIGO Programme Board are appointed from among recognized figures of the decision-making sphere, primarily from the field of education or the social field. These are personalities whose life attitudes will guarantee the formulation of the PriorityGO principles in accordance with the challenges of the 21st century while respecting the traditional values on which our civilization circuit is built.
Executive management of the PriorityGO agenda is entrusted to the chairperson of the PRIGO Programme Board, Zdenka Maralíková (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Members of PRIGO Programme Board
Internal Members of PRIGO Programme Board
Ing. Zdeňka MARALÍKOVÁ
Chair of PRIGO Programme Board
prof. JUDr. Ing. Igor KOTLÁN, Ph.D.
Chair of PRIGO Strategic Board
JUDr. Pavel PETR, Ph.D., LL.M.
1st Deputy Chair of PRIGO Strategic Board
doc. Mgr. Ing. Zuzana MACHOVÁ, Ph.D.
Deputy Chair of PRIGO Strategic Board
Ing. Linda FOLTÝNOVÁ, DiS.
Member PRIGO Strategic Board
External Members of PRIGO Programme Board
P. ICDr. Libor BOTEK, Th.D.
Dean of the Diocese of Ostrava, Ostrava-Opavian bishopric
Mgr. et Mgr. Lukáš CURYLO
Deputy Governor, Moravian-Silesian Region
Mgr. Bc. Pavla GOLASOWSKÁ, DiS.
Member of the Chamber of Deputies, Parliament of the Czech Republic
prof. Mgr. Jaroslav MILLER, M.A., Ph.D.
Deputy Member of the Government at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
Ing. Zbyněk PRAŽÁK, Ph.D.
Vice Mayor of the statutory city of Ostrava