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PTA Corner

Thank you to all our parent volunteers who supported our student swimmers  at the Swimathon this week by counting lengths.

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Dabrowskiego volunteers – final meeting 17th May

The Dabrowskiego volunteers had their final meeting this term today.  Mirella Young formally introduced our new Dabrowskiego co-ordinator, Karina Kalinowska.

Karina has been one of our “getting to know you” profiles. 

Thank you to Mirella and her working group at Dabrowskiego this year – you’ve made some really magical things happen.  Thank you.

Fortunately, Mirella will not be leaving the PTA committee, but will take over as Secretary.

 

Uniform

PE Uniforms for next year – samples in the second hand uniform shop from Monday 20th May

We have samples of the new PE uniform available for you to look at in the second hand uniform shop at the end of the basement corridor.  The second hand uniform shop is open every Monday between 7.55am and 8.25am, feel free to come with your child and measure up to ensure you order the correct size.

 

The PTA will be arranging a large group order from school in the week commencing 27th May, and we will tell you how this will work next week.

 

PTA celebration event, 30th May

If you have been one of our many volunteers this year, we would like to celebrate our success and say a huge thank you for your efforts.  Our volunteers will receive a formal invitation shortly, but for now, please save the date and we very much look forward to seeing you there.  The event will be held on the evening of Thursday May 30th.

 

Primary Sports days

We would encourage you to consider be one of our volunteers for your child’s sports day.  It’s great fun and a super way to see your child in action.  The sports’ days will take place on:

Years 1 & 2     morning of 3rd June

Years 3 & 4     afternoon of 3rd June

Years 5 & 6     morning of 4th June

 

We will let you know how you can volunteer soon.

 

Lost property lay out

We will be sorting through and laying out lost property at Lim on 6th June.

 

Any labelled items are returned to students.

 

Any unlabelled uniform is laundered and sold in the second hand uniform.

 

Any unclaimed non-uniform items are donated to charity.

 

 

Charity collections

There will be charity collections for any unwanted / pre loved items that you no longer need at Limanowskiego on Thursday 13th June and at Dabrowskiego on Friday 14th June.

 

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Getting to know you …Edina Janosi

Where would you call home?

Definitely Budapest. I am in love with that beautiful city but most importantly my family is there.  Luckily it is very easy to visit here from Warsaw, so if anybody is considering spending a long weekend in an amazing city, it takes just an hour flight to get there. But I’ve never thought how much I would like to live in Warsaw as well, after more than 4 years here it really is our second home.

What languages can you speak?

Hungarian, English and a bit German.  It is a shame but Polish is just simply too complicated for me.

What brings you to Warsaw and what was your journey to get here?

It was my husband’s job. We were supposed to be here for 2 years, but we are still here and very happy about it.

Who have you got at school here?

I have 2 children. My daughter Nóra is in Year 3 Bees and my son Máté in Reception Diplodocus, so I am enjoying the everyday challenge of the two sites...

Any other children?

No.

Any pets?

No, although that is the hottest topic in every family discussion. The kids really want to have a dog or a horse. 

How did you get involved in the PTA?

Honestly, I just felt the “pressure” to volunteer as a class friend as nobody else did and I am so happy about it.

What do you do with the PTA?

I am class friend in both of my kids’ classes, helping out at bake sales, book sales, sport events and wherever needed.

Best thing about volunteering with the PTA?

There are plenty. I met here with wonderful people, you feel like you contribute to some important issues and my kids are very happy to see me around.

What would you say to somebody thinking about volunteering for the PTA?

If you have some free time just try it, everybody is absolutely welcomed. It is a great opportunity to get involved a bit more with school related topics and make new friendships.

What’s your favourite thing to do with your family in Warsaw?

When the weather is nice, we really enjoy the parks and bike routes. In the winter we spend a lot of time at Górka Szczęśliwicka on the ski slope which I find really unique in the middle of this stunning city.

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