Sunday, 17 September 2017


The new school year has already begun. Our school changed a lot during the holidays. Now, we are Primary School number 19. Redecorated corridors and classrooms,  a nicely decorated school canteen - but first of all, new students who were warmly welcomed by the whole community of our school.
We hope you will feel at home in our school. Good luck! :-)

Tuesday, 25 April 2017


On 10th of April 2017 a group of 4 students from class 3a (Simon, Emil, Patricia and Peter) took part in a theatre play competition in Gimnazjum 11 that was a second part of the contest named – “Famous faces and their places”. Here is what Simon Gumiela (member or the group) says about the whole thing:
I’ve got to say that we all came through a long way of preparations, including passing the first part of the competition that required making digital presentation about two Poles , one from nowadays and the other from the past who put a lot of effort into promoting Poland abroad. Together with friends I decided to describe Robert Lewandowski and Andrzej Wajda. And the first one, was the main character of the short play prepared for the second part of the competition.
At the beginning there were some casual small talks. Afterwards, all groups had to draw the number in the queue, our team was 8th. After seeing others schools theatre plays we quickly realized that the scenario created by them was way different from ours. Instead of focusing on the history of a character we wanted to show some part of his life, and we did it in a funny way. The scene was all about Robert Lewandowski (Polish footballer) arguing with his wife, unexpectedly neither about the lack of time connected with his uncommon work nor anything like that, but about him disobeying rules of the diet plan that was created by Anna – his beloved wife.
Believe me or not but the jury was laughing all the play long, that’s probably because during other plays it wasn’t easy to stay awake, according to many, majority of scenes were simply dull. Ours turned out to be hilarious.
In the end, after hours of waiting jury announced who was the winner. Unfortunately that wasn’t us, but we managed to came in honorable third place.
Even though we didn’t win and our dreams of going on a trip to European Parliament are ruined, we don’t feel ashamed. We all consider that competition as a great opportunity to learn and improve ourselves mainly in the skill of speaking a foreign language in public. Moreover, we had a great fun during the preparations and that’s the most important after all.
Simon Gumiela 3a

Tuesday, 21 March 2017


What do Irish people celebrate on 17th March? What are the symbols of Ireland? Who (or what) is  Leprechaun? 
Some of you were probably able to find the answers to these questions on English lessons. Maybe you were lucky to have the special lesson in a nicely decorated classroom 13 馃槂 If not... just look at the photo :

Thursday, 23 February 2017


People can be addicted to various dangerous things. Apart from cigarettes, drugs and alcohol, young people can also be addcited to the internet, computer games, TV, mobile phones. It's good to try fighting your weaknesses. It's possible to succeed. So don't give up and fight for your health!
A lot of students in our school prepared posters promoting  the slogan SAY NO TO ADDICTION!
You can see some of them here:

Sunday, 5 February 2017


Do you like sport? Are you an active person? What winter sports do you do or watch?
It's cold and snowy outside. The perfect weather to practise some winter sports. In Poland it is popular to go skating,  skiing or snowboarding. Young children often go sledging

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania wintersports

And what is your favourite winter sport?

Tuesday, 13 September 2016


A new school year has just begun. We are happy to meet new schoolmates - first grade students. We wish all of you good luck, good grades and good mood :-) Feel invited to take part in creating our blog. 

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Meeting Ricardo Rubio

 On 11 March, a group of students participated in the meeting with a (real) Mexican Ricardo Rubio. Ricardo came to Poland to do the workshops about Flamenco, he is actually a professional flamenco dancer. In the meantime, he decided to visit Lublin, and he was invited to our school.
We were so excited about the meeting, we were a little bit frightened, but we managed. We were very active during the meeting, we asked questions and even described a little bit our country. There is only one thing, that could make Ricardo sad, because none of us was into Flamenco, so we didn’t ask him any questions about that part of his life. Instead, we learned a lot of interesting staff about living in Mexico and Mexican feasts. At the end, Ricardo said that even though he lived in the USA for 4 years, he liked Mexico, his homeland more.

That meeting was such a fantastic experience for each of us. We had spent time in the best possible way, improving our English skills as well.    

Szymon Gumiela 2a