Studniowka (meaning 100 days) is a significant milestone in our Year 13s calendar. It signifies the 'last and final push to the end' as they near the end of their IB studies and prepare for university life next year. Studniowka is a long-standing tradition at TBS and last Friday our current Year 13's and their dates did that tradition proud. It was a night of suits and evening gowns (and apparently red garters and red underpants too - a tradition across Poland in all schools).
Our students danced the most intricate of Polonaise dances and looked all-together magnificent. Many pictures were taken, the most amazing chocolate cake ceremonially cut and shared with all guests and the night wound down with some great jazz-dance fusion music that perfectly fitted the atmosphere.
The most impressive part of this all is that Studniowka is always largely organised by the students themselves. Congratulations to Alica, Marianna, Tosia, and Quentin who organised almost all of the event between them. Transforming the gym and canteen into a ballroom and reception hall. Not to be forgotten, a big thank you to Mr. Ormanczyk who choreographed the Polonaise dance that the students performed, and may who witnessed it professed it to be the best Polonaise ever danced by TBS students. Watch the video to see students in action.