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The working, teaching and learning language of the school is English. We create special personalised programmes to help newcomers to English adapt as quickly as possible.



Summer school

Summer School 2020


General information – Embassy Summer School


The project-based approach allows us to introduce new skills, develop existing ones and inspire each child’s imagination and creativity to the best of their abilities. It also gives us the opportunity to work within all of the key areas of learning and development, and to carefully tailor activities to the needs, abilities and age of each individual child.


The idea is to immerse your children in the English language while exploring a range of topics from local history to environmental issues to inspire their imagination, creative thinking, expand their awareness about the world around them and help them express their thoughts, feelings and ideas through a range of media.


Please note that participation in trips for the very youngest children may be subject to approval and additional conditions. Again, there will be a wide variety of exciting and creative activities, including local attractions and making gluey, gooey, sticky and messy things.


Please note that all of our Summer School activities will be conducted entirely in English and so your child should be reasonably communicative in the language.


Summer school cost:

  1. 1000 PLN per week for all children aged 7 – 12
  2. 750 PLN per week for children aged 3 to 6


If your child would like to join us for one of the weeks listed below, please use this link.

Summer school for children aged 3 to 6


WEEK 1 (27th July – 31st July 2020): Where is nemo? – summer school art workshop


Time: 9.00 – 16.00


Theme: Art


Teachers: Kinga Stuglik, Krzysztof Gil


The main theme of the summer school art workshop will by creating an artistic installation that will decorate our school’s play graund.


Under the guidance of our teachers students will participate in the creation of an underwater world inspired by the coral reef and sea creatures.


Before starting work, we will tell our youngest what a coral reef is, what animals live in it, and how important it is to care for the protection and purity of the sea.


We will show our students atlases with sea animals that will serve as inspiration to paint and paste elements of the scenery.



WEEK 2 (3rd – 7th August 2020): Young Detective School


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Science


Teachers: Monika Ciechomska, Agnieszka Kulak


Are you curious and creative? Do you ask a lot of questions and love mysteries? Join our Young Detective School,  where you will learn about fingerprints, poisonous animals, invisible messages and where you can build your own maze! We will go on a trip to a real labyrinth and/or conduct an investigation, to find hidden evidence and treasures. After a full week of fun and amazing detective activities, you will graduate and get the young detective badge.



WEEK 3 (10th – 14th August 2020): From wheat to bread


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: From wheat to bread


Teachers: Agnieszka Kulak, Kinga Stuglik


WEEK 4 (19th – 23rd August 2019): Furs, Feathers and Scales


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Furs, Feathers and Scales


Teachers: Meagan Wright, Jadwiga Walusiak


What do scales, fur and feathers have in common??? Come join us for a week of fun with animals! We hope to make lots of crafts and baking as well as a trip to the zoo to help us learn all about our favourite animals!



Summer school for children aged 7 to 12


WEEK  1 (27th July – 31st July 2020): “Detective Investigation”


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Science


Teachers: Anna Sowa, Monika Ciechomska


We would like to invite all creative, curious and open-minded children who want to try their hand at being a detective. You will be looking for evidence, analyzing fingerprints, fibre, hair and pollen. During the week you will discover the mysteries of Krakow as a pedestrian. You will also have a chance to investigate a place with hidden clues that will help you solve a detective riddle. After an exciting week you will be able to take the files connected with the case and pictures taken in the photo booth with Sherlock gadgets home.


WEEK 2 (3rd – 7th August 2020): Sports and fun


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Sport


Teachers: Benedykt Walerowski, Szczepan Krystek


The last week of summer school is going to be filled with action!


Rock climbing, cycling, jumping, skating, kayaking and a lot more. Even if the weather is going to be rainy- we have some back up plans to do most of these activities indoors



WEEK 3 (10th July – 14th August 2020): Animation and creativity


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Animation and creativity


Teachers: Anyah Wysoczyńska, Benedykt Walerowski



WEEK 4 (17th – 21st August 2020): TASTY ART – combination of cooking and art activities


Time: 9.00-16.00


Theme: Cooking and art


Teachers: Anyah Wysoczyńska, Paulina Krok


Students will plan, shop and cook healthy meals as well as explore visual arts in the form of painting. During this week we will explore artistic expression.


We will also have outdoor fun like water games etc. There will be a surprise field trip 🙂


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