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Polish Department

  • Dr Justyna Potocka

    Head of Secondary Polish

    Dr Justyna Potocka

    Having graduated from the University of Warsaw with an MA with Honours in Polish Language and Polish Literature, I continued studying as a full scholarship holder at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics at UW to complete my PhD programme in 2014. My academic research focuses on Diachronic Linguistics, Comparative Slavic Studies and Translation Studies. I have taught at international and Polish schools (French, American Montessori) as well as I have given lectures in Diachronic Polish Grammar at UW before joining the team at The British School Warsaw

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  • Joanna Majkusiak in class

    Joanna Majkusiak

    Polish teacher

    Joanna Majkusiak

    I obtained my Master degree in Polish Philology in 1994. I have completed Postgraduate Studies in History of Art in 2013. I took part in various courses and trainings  e. g. “Literature for children and adolescents” and “Impact of visual arts on the literature”.

     

    I worked at The Secondary Polish School for 8 years. I joined The British School, Warsaw in 2001 to teach Polish Language for native speakers. I teach Polish for Primary and Secondary Schools  ( Year 5 – Year 11).

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  • Tomasz Mularski

    Tomasz Mularski

    Polish Teacher Secondary

    Tomasz Mularski

    I graduated from the Catholic University of Lublin in 2004 (language and literature studies). Since then I have been working in several schools including the special education sector, state schools in Poland and international schools in Warsaw.

     

    I have always believed that each individual is born with an innate
    curiosity and we live our lives to learn about ourselves and the world around
    us. Therefore I became a teacher. In general, I am interested in all humanities
    and social sciences that convey the understanding of a human being,
    particularly in languages, literature and cinematic arts.

    Highest Quality Learning:

    Highest quality learning requires a student’s engagement which can
    only be reached when he or she is truly interested in a topic. A passionate
    teacher can sow the seed of curiosity and help to develop interests, transform academic
    learning into a real adventure.


     

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  • Paweł Hapka

    Paweł Hapka

    Polish Teacher

    Paweł Hapka

    I obtained my degree in Polish philology from Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, my degree in Film and Culture studies from Jagiellonian University, and my degree in English philology from University of Natural Sciences in Siedlce. Since 2007 I worked in several state and private schools in Poland, which gave me the opportunity of teaching students of different age groups, from the first classes of the Primary School to seniors from the University of the Third Age.

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  • Agnieszka Kowaliw

    Agnieszka Kowaliw

    Polish History Teacher, Polish Exams (OKE)

    Agnieszka Kowaliw

    I obtained my Masters degree in Polish Philology at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków in 2000. Afterwards,  I completed Postgraduate History Studies at the Rzeszow University and at almost the same time obtained the School Director and Head teacher qualifications also at the Rzeszow University . I always was a very active teacher and I took part in various courses and trainings.

    I worked in Primary and Middle secondary Polish Schools for 19 years.

    Highest Quality Learning:

    Every  teacher teaches not only, He or She speaks about his own example

    A  passionate teacher can plant the seed of curiosity and help to develop interests and transform academic learning into a real adventure.

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  • Justyna Malec-Łaksa

    Justyna Malec-Łaksa

    Polish Teacher

    Justyna Malec-Łaksa

    Since 2012 I have been teaching Polish as a foreign language.

    I graduated from the Jagiellonian University. I'm holding a master's degree in Polish philology with a specialization in teaching Polish as a foreign and second language.
     

    In recent years, I taught Polish diplomats at the US Embassy and at the Italian Embassy as well as business clients in Warsaw corporations such as Goldman Sachs, Veolia Warsaw, CH Robinson, NC + and many others.

    I also gained experience in working with children and teenagers, taking part in the "Teraz Polski!" - Jagiellonian's University project, as well as the apprenticeships at the British International School of Cracow and the Center for Polish Language and Culture in the World of the Jagiellonian University. I also prepared youth from former USSR areas to study at the Polish Universities, leading language classes at the Social Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.

     

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