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Polish Lessons in Year 2-4

The children from Year 2,3 and 4 were kept busy learning Polish during our virtual school experience.

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Teddy Bear Day in Year 2 Non-native Polish

Last week was exceptionally creative during our virtual school experience. Students in Year 2 found out that their irreplaceable friend "Pluszowy Miś" Teddy Bear, one of the most popular toys for children has a day all of its own. In Poland we celebrate that day 25th of November. The children drew and showed their favourite teddy bears.

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Designing means of transport in Year 3 non-native Polish 

During our virtual school experience in Year 3, we learned about transport. The students used their imagination created their own means of transport. Have a look what a beautiful works were created. 

Thank you all the students for their work and their contribution to the non - native Polish lessons.

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Virtual School Experience in Year 4 non-native Polish

This week, Year 4 students learned about houses and furniture. They described their own rooms. We also learned about the night from 29th to 30th of November, in Poland called “Andrzejki, is a time of magic and mystery, fortune-telling games. The students were curious what would happen in the coming year. Some were playing pouring wax, others were throwing apple peel and were organizing a boat race to find out the name of the person they would make friends with.

 

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Meeting with a “Black sheep” in Year 2 Native Polish

During our virtual school experience, we met “Metka”, the title character of the book “Black Sheep-Czarna owieczka” written by Jan Grabowski. 

When Metka started to live with the dogs she began to act like them. Despite, the fact that she was not like other sheep, her owners loved her very much. The “Black sheep” showed us what true friendship and tolerance are. Have a look how Year 2 students made and described "Metka". 

Sylwia Warda & Katarzyna Szpundow

Polish Teachers