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PTA Corner

New faces at PTA committee meeting

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Everybody’s welcome to attend any of our future meetings to either find a way to become more active in PTA planning & delivery of our activities, or just to find out more about how we work.  Our next meeting is on Thursday 5th March in the IB canteen.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Changes to PTA committee

We say a sad farewell to two committee members: Mirella Young and Gosia Lorenz Michalowska. you will be both be much missed by all of us.

Mirella has worked tirelessly over the last 18 months, supporting our change process firstly at Dab last year, and this year supported the committee & wider PTA work as Secretary. Thank you Mirella, for your friendly wise words and hard work.

Gosia was part of the Communications team who managed the start up of the Facebook group and has been pushing out PTA content to keep you up to date with all PTA events and initiatives.  Thank you Gosia for keeping us all in order and for all your hard work.

I would encourage you to take a look at the PTA Facebook page, like us and join our private parent groups.  It’s a great way to keep up to date. 


Coming up …

Christmas Giving Tree Report

Will be available next week, please take some time to celebrate the impact your generosity made.

Book and Bake Sale – both campuses

Start looking out any books you and your children no longer read, we will be collecting any English and Polish language books in good condition on Friday 27th March.  A chance for a clear out for a good cause.

This year the profits from the sale will not only go to the school libraries, but we will also be buying books for one of the children’s homes we work closely with through the Christmas Giving Tree.

Dates for your diary

Lost Property Lay out, Limanowskiego – Wednesday 12th February, 2.45pm – 4.15pm

Please see if you can find your lost items outside school.

Quiz Night - Friday 13th March 2020

Please feel free to pre-reserve your tables/tickets by emailing us at ptaevents.tbs@gmail.com

Secondary PiP, Limanowskiego

Details to be confirmed

Book and bake sale

Limanowskiego, Tuesday 31st March

Dabrowskiego, Wednesday 1st April

Thank you, as always, for your continuing support,

Your PTA committee




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Mirella Young

Where would you call home?

Northeast United States. We moved here from the Boston area, which is personally special to me as I lived there for the past twenty years. 

What languages can you speak?

English and Polish. 

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

We moved in 2017 because of my husband’s job. I always knew expat life was in our future, and I’m glad our first stop was Poland. I speak the language and was also born in Krakow.

Who have you got at school here?

Charlotte (Y6) and Sophie (Y2)

Any other children?


Any pets?

A lovable ragdoll cat named Couscous.

How did you get involved in the PTA?

I first volunteered to be a class friend at Dab as a way to meet people and become more involved in the school community. It helped me feel more connected to our new home.

What do you do with the PTA?

I am the committee secretary, a class friend for Y2 Marigolds, and the international rep for the United States. 

Best thing about volunteering with the PTA?

The social aspect. I also enjoy being a resource to new families. Moving to a new place brings many challenges, and I’m very grateful to friends who gave me a helping hand when we first arrived. It’s nice to pay it forward. 

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

If you don’t have too much time, just come to whatever you can and say hello at a PTA event. It’s great to see new faces and meet new friends. 

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

We enjoy the parks, being outdoors, and trying new restaurants. 

Can you tell us a joke?

I’m a psychologist so here’s a therapy joke: How many psychologists does it take to change a light bulb? One, as long as the light bulb wants to change. 

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