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Polish Lessons in Primary

Students discover Polish Spring and folk art

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In Year 6 students were able to learn about Polish folk art by painting on glass. Kids wrote, read and spoke about pictures painted on the glass. An example included Ewa Skrzypiec's pieces of art and about their own projects.

In Year 5, during Polish lessons students were able to learn about signs of Spring in Poland. After they wrote down their observations, children coloured Polish flowers and birds according to the instructions in Polish.

In Year 4, the non-native Polish group had a lesson focused on Little Red Riding Hood. Mrs Kmieciak and Diora the husky dog took a chance to demonstrate this story in pictures.

The Polish Departamment in Primary also encourages children to explore Polish literature resources. This week, Y6 students recorded fragments of their favorite books and designed book covers.


Olga Wójcik & Marzena Małaszkiewicz
Polish Teachers