Anyone can do exercises - School on the Move

In November 2013 our school joined a nationwide action by Ministry of National Education called Anyone Can Do Exercises organized within School on the Move project year. Ministry of National Education labels with this title schools that undertake actions to promote physical activities. To be granted such a label each school has to complete three tasks connected with developing physical activities.
Our school has chosen the following tasks:

Exercise at school
1. Physical Education – educational classes  organised within the curricula.
Tasks for PE teachers: providing documents showing good practices connected to physical activity of the school’s community which show that PE lessons can be interesting and engaging; providing two PE lesson plans.
2. Teachers' qualifications and improvement (area 4).
Task for PE teachers: teachers participation in scheduled courses on health/physical activity carried out by teacher development organizations.
2nd course/conference for teachers: ‘Head up – health starts in your head’,
‘More health, more life’,
‘Mindfulness - an effective stress reduction method and fighting professional and personal burnout’,
'Time for healthy diet’ – tasting and culinary workshop.
3. Extra-curricular sports classes (area 5).
Task for PE teachers: carrying out three actions connected to physical activity outside ordinary lessons.
Participating as fans with girls from classes 5 and 6 in women volleyball game between Impel Wrocław and PGNiG Nafta Piła. During a break our students taking part in ‘Volleymania’ project were presented and they had a chance to demonstrate their skills. Girls were also actively cheering our team and were able to get the autographs from their favourite players.
Participation of girls from classes 5 and 6 in Volleyball Festival in Wrocław that took place in Centennial Hall. That event promoted Men’s Volleyball World Championships 2014. Apart from competitions and contests (volleymania for classes 6), the organizers had planned plenty of attractions both for competitors and fans.  

Our students from classes 4, 5 and 6 participated in ‘Volleymania’ competition. ‘Volleymania’ is a unique programme introduced by the city of Wrocław that is connected wtih physical education of girls and aims at extending and spreading the system of teaching volleyball to schoolgirls. The programme started in March 2013 and included 20 primary schools in Wrocław. Because of our participation, our school got 15 volleyball kits and 20 balls. As a part of the programme our school organizes volleyball trainings twice a week in the afternoons. Moreover our students took part in 6 Volleymania competitions that took place on Saturdays.
4. Being active within families (area 8)
Task for PE teachers: organizing an event with participation of students’ closest family members.

We have carried out two events for students’ parents.
1. Active Saturday with parents – a family terrain run Our Health is in our Hands.
1. Active Saturday with parents –  fitness, dancing and karate classes Dance, Move and Gymnastics Work Well for the Body.

School in the City 2016 - 2017

School in the City project in a school year 2016/2017

Our school has participated in the project since 2013. Each and every student has had a chance to take part in various activities all around our city. Let us remind you that these activities are sponsored by our city’s municipality which is thus trying to make it natural to students to be part of Wroclaw’s cultural life. This school year (from September to December so far) due to a smaller budget we have visited less places than we would have wanted but still we managed to go to the venues that everyone simply has to visit. 

School’s coordinators of the project are: Violetta Jucha i Lidia Gustaw

School of Equal Treatment

For many years now we have been adopting numerous actions aiming at creating safe environment for our students. This school year in cooperation with  Foundation Prof. Bronisław Geremek Centre, we have joined the project, School of Equal Treatment. We’re focusing all our attention on fighting bullying in our school.

Every tenth student in Polish schools is bullied regularly, every second – abused verbally. It can be said that with great likelihood there isn’t a single school in Poland free of discrimination and prejudice-driven violence.

 Being aware of the importance of the problem, we hope that the actions that we undertake will lead to students’ understanding the sources of such behaviours. We are certain that only permanent shift in students’ attitudes can help us create school environment in such a way that it will be friendly to each and every child.

We can only talk about equal treatment at school when students fully exercise their rights – including the right to learn and the right to be safe.

Students who are daily subjected to bullying or isolation have only minor impact on other people’s behaviour towards them. That is why teacher’s role in creating an equality-fostering atmosphere is so important.

Our tutors, pedagogues and psychologists conduct lessons on bullying. The students have created slogans and logo for the campaign. With the help of our teacher, Wiktor Bernad, students from class 5b have recorded a short film about bullying. You can watch it on our website.

We will inform you on consecutive actions aimed at preventing discrimination.

We’ve got strong bones: A Glass of Milk campaign

 For a few years now our school has organized a campaign called A Glass of Milk. Students that take part in this campaign get a free carton of milk three times a week. For an extra fee, you can choose a flavoured version. Our kids’ favourite is the chocolate one.

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania milk


Fruits at school: Something tasty and healthy

Since October 2009 students from classes 1, 2, and 3 have been munching on fruit and vegetables. As our school promotes healthy lifestyle, we have joined yet another programme, i.e. Fruit and Vegetable at School. The main aim of the programme is creating healthy consumption habits, as well as preventing obesity and civilisation diseases. The programme also includes accompanying measures, for instance giving out fresh fruit to the parents during parents’ meetings, and informing kids about proper diet.
The youngest students of our school get healthy snacks twice a week. The selection of fresh fruit and vegetables includes apples, pears, carrots, radishes, peppers and cucumbers. All pre-portioned and ready to eat. Healthy diet containing daily consumption of fruit and veg is a health on a plate!
Tasty munching!

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