Green Camp 2021

Date: 5th July 2021





🌲1st Day: We’ve arrived safely at our Camp Radków. Because of beautiful weather, we started our activities. There is no time to waste!


🌲2nd Day: We went to the forest, high up the mountains. We were trying to fit through Błędne Skały- they are not typical rocks. In the evening we went to have a tournament. We had a lot of fun, we laughed, and we made new friends.


🌲3rd Day: We went across the lake to play a game. Then we moved to tchoukball, in which hitting trampolines with a ball is the main objective. Thankfully, our generous teachers (Mr Steve and Mr Wojtek) organized for us to go kayaking- everyone’s favourite activity. After dinner we all headed outside for a bonfire.


🌲4th Day: We woke up with a lot of energy. Our first activity was Tchouckball. Next one was climbing. The first few people to line up got to wear a harness and a helmet, they then got to climb up the wall and slide down and passed the harness on to the next person. We had a very fun day and finished it with playing a game called “Gangsters”.


🌲5th Day: Today’s first activity was climbing. It was quite challenging at the beginning, but once we all got used to it, we enjoyed it a lot. The second activity was archery. It was a sport we weren’t particularly familiar with, but it turned out to be such a fun one! After a very tasty lunch we packed up, got our jackets and hiking shoes and we went to Szczeliniec Wielki.

Miasto wielokulturowe w XXI wieku

Date: 25th March 2021

On 12th March, we attended a prize-giving ceremony of a contest “Miasto wielokulturowe w XXI wieku” (Multiculural city in 21st century) organised by association

Interkulturalni and Fundacja Wspierania Kultury i Języka Polskiego im. Mikołaja Reja




We would like to remind you our pupils’ achievements:


1st place: ”Jedno miasto wiele kultur” Karolina Marek




2nd place: „Walking through Kraków” Helena Błachut




3rd place: „Indian culture” Neil Bhattacharya



-Honorable mentions:


„Wokół Obwarzanka” Felix Rey




„Bez tematu” Urszula Mróz



„Multiculturalism” Julie Zaimi



We would like to thank for this amazing opportunity and beautiful gala.


Christmas Songs

Date: 31st December 2020

We hope that you had a great time during Christmass. We would like to present some of our performance.


Happy New Year!


Embassy International School – życzenia 2020.m4v – Dysk Google


Christmas concert performance Early Years – Dysk Google


Christmas concert performance Early Years – Dysk Google


YEAR 1 – Dysk Google


YEAR 2 – Dysk Google


YEAR 2 – Dysk Google

Winter Night by Audrey Snyder – Embassy International School Choirs #virtualchoir – YouTube

Date: 17th December 2020



This year the festive season will be socially distanced, but there are two places where distance doesn’t exist: in our hearts and minds. We wish you a joyous and peaceful festive season, with your nearest and dearest in your hearts and minds.


Thank you for the harmonious year together.

Szlachetna PACZKA




Last Friday we handed over our gifts to volunteers of Szlachetna PACZKA. They delivered the packages to family adopted by us. We are happy that we could help family in need.



‘Christmas is love in action. Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas.’
~Dale Evans Rogers

Chocolate making workshop




Recently, we have organised a chocolate making workshop with Krakowska Manufaktura Czekolady. This company blends traditions from different places of Galicia. Their products are made by hand and are based on traditional recipes.



First, children were cutting shapes from chocolate. Next, they covered them with a liquid chocolate and decorated with sprinkles, shredded coconut and cookies chips. After that, they used chocolate leftovers and shaped them into pralines. In the end, Miss Natalia wrote their names on the blocks of white chocolate and painted children’s faces.



Chocolate workshops were really creative activity that our pupils could enjoy as a part of their classes.



More in gallery.

Embassy Talks – Thanksgiving

Date: 3rd December 2020

Our students begun a podcast on youtube called ‘Embassy Talk’. Yesterday’s topic was Thanksgiving. If you want to know the history of this celebration, we encourage you to listen to our students and Mr. Adam.


Szlachetna Paczka

Date: 26th November 2020

🎄Christmas is coming, in this special time of a year, please help us to support family with four children and an amazing caregiver who are in difficult situation.


🎁As every year our community supports activities of Szlachetna Paczka, which is one of the largest, most recognised social schemes in Poland. The aim is to provide aid for families in difficult situation, in the form of Christmas gifts made by donors. Gifts respond to the actual needs of recipients and are an impulse for change, motivates to become independent and gives the confidence for them to change their lives


👨‍👩‍👦We have the honor of adopting a Szlachetna Paczka family with four children and an amazing caregiver.


✨How can you help? Donate cash directly to the PTA Bank or School Office account for items such as food, clothes, cleaning and school supplies.


❓If you have any questions please contact us via e-mail office@embassyschool.org or +48 786 947 320 .


Obraz może zawierać: tekst „szlachetna PACZKA”

ROYALS by LORDE cover by Embassy International School Choir


During this challenging period we would like to get together at least virtually. We hope that watching us singing together will put a smile on your face.


PTA Library Donation Day

Date: 12th October 2020




The PTA donated funds to the Embassy School International Library. It will support purchasing new equipment and fascinating books that will help to develop pupils’ interests. We will set up a survey to find out the most popular book titles among the students.


Stay tuned for the outcome.


Date: 6th October 2020





Early Years getting settled into the new school year with fun painting activities and becoming little MasterChefs. – Jayne Lucas 






“Year 5 went to pick up free tree seedlings from the National Forest Association, not far from the school. We talked about trees, why a tree is a symbol of our school, why are they important. Pupils found out more about global warming, cleaning the air, how trees become the habitats of many birds and insects and we also realised how fragile they can be as seedlings. We planted two trees, not far from the school.” – Paulina Krok 






Having such a variety of languages in our school is one of our greatest strengths and, as language helps to define who we are, we wanted to promote the importance of communication and identity. 


A few fun activities showing the importance of interaction between people, and reflecting on the diversity of languages in our school. – Nacho Barrajón 






Key Stage 3 went on a looooooong walk around Kraków in induction week. The main theme was “Scary Stories from Old Kraków” – so that is why some pupils seem to be tortured. – Zuzanna Iwańska 






As part of ice-breaking and getting to know each other during the first week of the new school year, on 4th September pupils from Year 10 to Year 13 participated in a tour to Podgorze District. Starting from Krak’s Mound step by step, in chronological order, they analysed the fascinating history of Podgórze, from prehistoric times up to the modern era. During the tour, groups of pupils shared stories with each other about the most interesting monuments such as: Main Market Square of the city of Podgorze, The Egle Pharmacy or Schindler’s Factory. After 3 hours of walking, pupils spent wonderful time playing in Laser Park. – Anna Barnaś 











We are finally back at school! After vacation, we are ready for new exciting adventures! Due to safety reasons, we continue to take steps to promote a hygienic and healthy environment for our pupils, teachers and community members. See you in classes and on the playground!

University preparations- Alumni meet up

Date: 28th May 2020

We are proud to announce that thanks to their consistent determination, diligent work, and adaptability in the face of uncertain times, the future alumni of EIS have been accepted to the world’s leading universities such as the London School of Economics, ESADE, the University of Rotterdam, the Loughborough University, the University of Amsterdam, the University of Stirling and Krakow’s very own the Jagiellonian University.

Family is how we like to call our EIS international community. It is why our priority is to support one another, sharing advice and experience for others to learn. Recently, an online conference has been held with the students of year 12, 13, the headmaster- Mr. Lindsay Davidson, the year 13 tutor and university advisor- Mr. Roz and all of the EIS’s graduates of the last 2 years. They shared valuable information about the life of a university student, ranging from describing the differences between high school and university education to teaching how to manage your laundry… 😉 Huge thanks to our alumni!

We, as a community of academics coming from cultures of contrasting norms, know how important it is to prepare our students not only academically, but for the challenges, of a completely new environment they will soon find themselves in. 

Embassy staff have been tested for Covid-19. Thank you DIAGNOSTYKA!

Date: 25th May 2020

Safety and the wellbeing of our community is our priority. This is why we approach the challenge that COVID 19 presents with the greatest diligence, care and caution. We are delighted to share with you that thanks to the very kind collaboration with Diagnostyka we were able to quickly test all of our team- teachers, janitorial crew and the administrative staff for COVID 19. After carefully reviewing the results of the blood tests we received yesterday, we are relieved to inform you that all of our staff members are COVID free  – they are healthy and in fact, have not had previous contact with the virus. 🙂 

We look forward greatly to seeing you and your children again!

Burns Supper, February 2020, Avangarda

Date: 23rd March 2020

On Saturday, the 29th of February, a large group of teachers, parents and other guests (which also included pupils from year 12 and 13) gathered at the Avangarda restaurant for the 4th annual Burns supper.


The traditional elements of a Burns Supper: the piping in of the Haggis, the Ode to the Haggis, the “Immortal memory of Robert Burns” and the toasts to the lads and lassies were interspersed with lively conversation, traditional food and music.


It was an unforgettable evening and special thanks go to Dr Alberto Massimo for his wonderful “Immortal Memory toast” and effortless piano playing, Jayne Lucas and her husband Alan for their witty toasts to the lads and lassies, Dr Lindsay Davidson and Izabella Davidson for their enthusiastic piping, Benedykt Walerowski for his energetic drumming and finally to Mrs Magdalena Pilarz-Bobrowska for the wonderfully sung Robert Burns poems.


Special thanks to Ewelina Soltys for organising this evening and to all who attended.


More photos can be found in the Gallery. Photographs by Anna Tarko fotobiografie.pl

Music Salon, January 2020

Date: 4th March 2020

During the last week of January, another important event took place: our Music Salon.

The Music Salon is an opportunity for pupils taking instrument lessons at school to practice their performance skills and steady their nerves in front of a friendly and receptive audience.

During the evening, we had instrumental performances on the piano, guitar and violin as well as two choir performances by the Polish Song Club and the Primary choir.


We would like to thank all performers for their hard work practicing their instruments (which they have to do in their free time). We are also grateful to all the parents and teachers that supported our young performers by coming to the Salon evening.


Finally, we thank your music teachers: Gosia Marchwiana, Benedykt Walerowski, Marta Ziobro, Karolina Sokołowska, Dominik Plebanek and Zuzanna Iwańska for preparing our pupils for these events and instilling in them the skills necessary to keep growing in confidence and ability.

Photos can be found in our Gallery

MUN trip to Athens: February 2020

Date: 20th February 2020

During the last week before the Winter Break and into the holiday week, a group of our pupils, accompanied by Mr Michalik and Dr Kotulska, attended the third MUN conference in Athens.


This was also the third trip for our MUN team during this school year.

Once again they had prepared their position papers according to the topics and countries allocated to them. They took part in Debates surrounding these topics and were in 7 different committees. They also had to propose resolutions and take part in emergency (unprepared) debates.


Our students acquitted themselves very well and came away with 4 Best Delegate awards. Congratulations to Niyadhi Chandirasekaran, Michał Kotulski, Elia Müller and Sara Stockdale. 

We are grateful to these pupils for giving up part of their break to represent our school and thank them for their time and effort preparing for this trip. Our heartfelt thanks also to Mr Michalik and Dr Kotulska for accompanying our pupils and taking care of their safety and well being.


Photos can be seen in the Gallery

Sustainability Week: January 2020


The last week of January was Sustainability week and the entire school, with the exception of the exam years, took part.

Below are a few bits of feedback from various parts of the school. 


Ski Camp, January 2020, Italy

Date: 17th January 2020

A large group of pupils from Embassy attended this year’s Ski Camp, from the 4th to the 11th January.


They returned to Italy and enjoyed the hospitality in their hotel and at the top of the pistes, especially the many Italian dishes. The slopes were in optimum conditions for good days of skiing and after the warm up exercises daily, they spent most of the day on skis and snowboards.

In the evenings, they were able to relax in the pool and even had a pizza party and disco one evening.


Mid week, they explored the delights of Venice with a guided tour and a glass blowing workshop, before returning to the slopes for two more days of skiing.


The returned to Krakow exhausted, but full of smiles and happy memories.


Photos can be found in the Gallery

Winter Concert, Dec 2019, Teatr Variete

Date: 14th January 2020

The Winter concert is a joyous celebration of the hard work our pupils have done in the fields of Music and Drama.


On the 19th of December, many parents were able to join our pupils and staff at the Teatr Variete and enjoy the concert that they had prepared.


Thank you to our music department: Ms Gosia Marchwiana, Ms Zuzanna Ivanska and Mr Benedykt Walerowski as well as Hip Hop coach, Mr Steve Krystek and Choir director Mrs Joanna Gutowska. Thanks also for the Drama elements, which were supervised by Ms Penny Turner and the stage design by Ms Dorota Zaleska.

Photographs by Anna Tarko can be found in our Gallery 
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