The school is in Łuków, a town situated in the east of Poland. It's 120 kilometres far from the capital city - Warsaw.
The school was founded on 1st September, 1989. Our aim is to provide a high standard of teaching and learning for 6-13-year-old pupils as well as specialized psychological, pedagogical, and logopaedics care. At present the school comprises 27 classrooms, a well-equipped gym, 4 playing fields, and a swimming-pool. Pupils may also use the school canteen, the common room, and the library.
There are nearly 700 pupils in the school who are divided into 27 classes and 3 pre-elementary groups. Pupils learn such subjects as: Polish, Maths, English, History, Science, Music, Art, Information Technology, Design & Technology, Religious Education, and Physical Education.
The staff consists of 60 teachers and 23 support staff. The support staff includes office staff, cleaners, and maintenance. The headmaster of the school is Mrs Iwona Kmieć and the deputies are Mrs Małgorzata Wojciechowska and Mr Marek Żurawski.
The basic responsibility of the school is providing our pupils a safe, stimulating and friendly environment where every child enjoys school while learning and assuring their safety.
Our pupils' main achievements are in the field of sport disciplines such as football, volleyball and swimming, and in Natural Science, Polish, History and Maths competitions.
Students eager to develop their avocations have the opportunity to attend such additional classes as: Information Technology, foreign languages, Maths, Natural Science, Art, and sport activities (swimming, athletics, football and volleyball, modern dance section). Many pupils belong to school organizations such as: LOP (Nature Protection League), PCK (Polish Red Cross), the Scouts and the Cubs.
Opublikowano: 05 luty 2015