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Polish Lessons in Year 2&4

Virtual School Experience is fun in Polish Lessons

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We make houses in Year 4

During our Virtual school experience in Year 4 we learned about houses. We got to know the types of houses, what kind of materials we can use to build a house. The children using their knowledge and imagination made fantastic houses. 

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  • Rain

Rainy in Year 2

During our Polish virtual school experience in the Year 2, we wondered where the rain comes from, what we need it for and what to wear when it appears. We came to the conclusion that people, plants and animals need rain for life. We also tried to make rain in an experiment using a boiling water, a jar, an ice and a plate. If you don't know how to dress up when it's raining, look at Year 2 students! They are ready for rain and are not afraid of it.   


Warm regards,  

Sylwia Warda
Polish Teacher