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PTA Corner

First this week, a huge thank you to all our bakers and to all the families who donated books for the book sales.


Book week

 We had a great selection of both cakes and books to sell at Limanoskiego and Dabrowskiego PTA Book Sale.

Thank you also for remembering to send your children in with money to buy the books with, it was fantastic to share your children’s enthusiasm for books (and cakes), we loved meeting your children and all the families who came to visit us.

As always thank you to our tireless parent volunteers who collected the books, sorted the books, set up the sale as well as helped to sell books and cakes at the sales.

We look forward to being able to tell you how much money we raised.


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Friday 8th March – Wine and Words, La Civetta, 6.30pm

To celebrate book week, we have organised a book discussion group for parents, staff and older students.  This will take place this evening and we will be discussing, “Flights” by Olga Tokarczuk and translated into English by Jennifer Croft.

A great chance to discuss a wonderful book, we look forward to seeing you all there.

Secondary PIP coffee morning, Thursday 14th March, 8.30am, IB learning centre

We warmly invite you to join us for coffee, the perfect chance for a catch up and to hear Mr Lennon talk about “IB and beyond”.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Please Save the Date - The Big Conversation


Limanowskiego – Friday 29th March, IB canteen, 8.30am

Dąbrowskiego – Wednesday 27th March, PE Hall, 8.30am


We have worked really hard over the last year to understand what you would like your PTA to do for you and your families.


You may have noticed that we’ve changed quite a bit over the last year, and we do hope you’ve noticed and appreciated, we are really keen to hear what you think.


We warmly invite you to join us for coffee and a chat.


A chance to get to know your PTA committee and working groups better, to see & hear about the work we’ve done this year, but most importantly, we would love to hear from you to let us know how are we doing?



Easter Egg Hunt for all the family, Saturday 13th April

A chance to hunt throughout the school as a family to find those hidden Easter eggs.  More details to follow.


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And introducing Angela Knott

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Where would you call home?

Wimbledon, London (home of the oldest tennis tournament in the whole world)…but it’s been 10 years since I’ve lived there.

What languages can you speak? French fluently – I moved to Marseilles at 18 years old to study, then on to Paris after graduating and worked there for 10 years. Enough German to get by as a tourist; I can read and speak some Korean, and some basic Polish of course.

What brings you to Warsaw and what was your journey to get here? My husband’s work for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office brought us to Poland 4 years ago. Before that we posted in Budapest, Hungary & Seoul, South Korea.

Who have you got at school here? Annabelle in Year 5, Adam and Daniel in Year 2

Any other children? I come from a big “twin” family and have an identical twin sister…but was still a massive surprise when we found out we’d also be having twins! So I’m done at 3, thanks!

Any pets? There is a rumour going round that someone might be getting a fish for their upcoming birthday!

How did you get involved in the PTA?  It was mentioned to a PTA member that I’m an Events Organiser. They asked if I could help out with the school quiz and from then on I’ve never looked back!

What do you do with the PTA? I open the second hand uniform shop bright and early every Monday morning; I’m the UK Country Representative and take the lead for the British table at the International Fair; I’ve helped organise the School Quiz night for the last 3 years and I’m our Year 5 Class Friend – a great way to help parents and teachers. I’m also a serial baker and will always provide some sort of cake (some more successful than others) at any Bake Sale.  I’ll be volunteering at the Book Sale, Sports Day even sorting out all that lost property – if I’m free I’ll always help out.

Best thing about volunteering with the PTA? The kids gets so excited when they see their Mum in school…that won’t last forever so I’ll enjoy it while I can!

What would you say to somebody thinking about volunteering for the PTA? If you have some free time, come and give it a try.  Everyone is very welcome and it’s lovely to see new faces.

What’s your favourite thing to do with your family in Warsaw? My husband loves to explore our host country and we have visited some weird and wonderful places…

Can you tell us a joke? Q: What do you call a bear with no teeth? A: A Gummy Bear