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PTA Corner

Thank you to everybody who came along to our Easter egg hunt before the holidays

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Events to volunteer for in the summer term:

PTA committee position available

Save the date - Volunteer thank you event – 30th May

Easter eggs

Charity donations


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

Thank you to everybody who came along to our Easter egg hunt before the holidays.  Although it was really (really) cold and a little bit snowy, we were thrilled by how many of you still came out to join the hunt.  It was a new event for us, but one we’re definitely planned to improve on and do again next year.Thank you for your support!

Thank you to the events team, to the Easter bunnies (big and small) who hid the eggs and in particular to Cedric Vigneau for organising.



Members of our charities group delivered items you generously donated in the pre-Easter charity collection to the Lekarze Nadziei “Doctors of Hope” – an outpatient clinic for the homeless in Mokotow.


Together, we donated men’s: shoes, underwear, shirts, t-shirts, slippers, jackets, soaps, tooth brushes and cleaning products which will be distributed to their patients.


Upcoming events - Call for volunteers

We would love you to be involved in the following events, and we’ll be in touch via the class friends to ask if you would like to support your child in …


Swimathon 16th & 17th May


Sports Days Primary

  •  Years 1 & 2 – morning of 3rd June
  •  Years 3 & 4 – afternoon of 3rd June
  •  Years 5 & 6 – 4th June


Uniform – week commencing 3rd June

We will be offering you the chance to get organised with your uniform for September.




We are delighted to be offering you the chance to top up your uniform for next year with a 2 for the price of 1, special offer, available only in the week commencing 3rd June.



We will also have samples of the new PE uniform available for you to look at and order.


Watch this space for details of where and when you can take up these special offers.

PTA Volunteer event – 30th May

As we head into the busy summer term where we still have so many events, we’ll be relying on you, our parent volunteers, we’d like to celebrate all of you who’ve given your time and efforts so freely this year.  You’ve made it a really exciting and successful year for us.

Please save the date – 30th May – and join us for a celebration event.


PTA plotting and planning for 2019 / 2020

We will be able to share the outcomes of our Big Conversation with you next week, but we know already that we are looking for a new Country Representative co-ordinator as Jessica, who has covered the role for a couple of years, will be leaving school this summer. The main duties are to organise the International Fair in October, to keep in touch with the Country Representatives and to support committee work.  Please get in touch if you would be interested in this role.

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Getting to know you …Introducing Vanika Nihalani


Where would you call home?

India but Poland is also close to my heart.


What languages can you speak?

Hindi, English, Polish, I gave a try to learn Spanish but looks like not for me.


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

Myself and my Husband both are Indian, Poland has been his place of business for the last 25 years, after our wedding I just followed him to Poland.  It was not an easy for me, I struggled to settle here, learning the Polish language was the biggest problem, but I can proudly say that I managed pretty well.


Who have you got at school here?

My daughter Gunjan who is in final year of IB and has been at The British School (TBS) since year 1.  My son Lucky is in year 7.  So I really have a long term relationship with TBS.


Any other children at TBS?

My nephew Kacper who completed IB last year.


Any pets?

We have Fish Aquarium at home quite a big one, where the fish come and go.


How did you get involved in the PTA?

I don’t remember exactly, but I think I joined PTA as the Country representative when my Daughter was in year 6, so that means 7 years, and in that time,  I’ve also been class friend role in year 3 and year 4 for my son’s class.


What do you do with the PTA?

Recently I have joined PTA charity team; this is the team which looks easy from afar but believe me, there is a lot of work involved, especially during the run up to Christmas.  We work as a team with help from school parents and our students.  We work really hard to collect not only money, but also gifts for the underprivileged kids and families. 


And of course during October when we have International Fair.  I play my Country Representative role with the help of my Indian friends .


Best thing about volunteering with the PTA?

OHHH I love this question!  The best thing about volunteering with the PTA is what I have learned through the process, to give and receive help.


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

Come experience and feel more connected with the School.


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

Not everyone in my family but for me and my son we like to go out for walk and bike ride, or we love going out to try different food in the city.


Can you tell us a joke?

What happens to a frog's car when it breaks down?
It gets toad away.