We are currently in the registration period for the school year 2015/2016. For more information on joining our school please use the ‘School Enrolment’ tab or feel free to phone 07552 010903.
We invite everyone to contribute to our Polish school. We appreciate any help as any new school is always in need of kindness. If you want to become a friend of the Polish School in Harlow, please contact us. We also want to work with teachers, for whom work with children is a passion. Do not wait to join us!!
The aim of the Polish Saturday School in Harlow is for the comprehensive development of the student’s personality. We want to maintain and develop the national consciousness among Polish children and young people by educating about Polish culture, traditions and language of Polish. Accordingly, our first priority is to teach our children the correct Polish language, history, geography and culture of Polish. We want to not only teach, but also to educate the young generation, which in the future will be a Polish intellectual elite. We want our students to become true patriots and Polish ambassadors in the world, as our successors will continue our efforts to preserve Polish culture in the hearts of these little ones.
Our students receive a certificate of completion that are respected and recognized by the heads of schools in Poland. Our students are prepared for the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) examinations in the Polish language, which pupils take between the ages of 14 – 16 years. Obtaining this certificate will increase the chance of entry into college, and then to study at University. The school is also preparing to teach A-levels in Polish language, which pupils take at the age of 16-18 years. A-level diploma allows you to study at universities in the UK and in other countries. Pursuant to article Paragraph 93. 3 of the Act of 7 September 1991 education system. School certificates obtained abroad are equivalent to the equivalent of a Polish school in Poland.
Teachers within in our school have many years of experience working with children in both Polish and English schools in the UK and in Poland. For them, teaching is a passion that will encourage children and young people for many years to come. Lessons and extra-curricular activity such as workshops, school newspaper editors, language, math clubs and drama club will be delivered in an exciting and original way. They will encourage students to participate in school competitions and prepare them better within the Polish community. The results of their work will lead to high levels of grades, high placements in contests and competitions and a great smile on the child.