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Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular Activities

Date: 8th January 2016

Monday

 

After- school care, YR 1 to 6

15:30 – 17:00

Assembly

That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.

 

Aikido, Year 1 to 5

15:30 – 16:30

A2.2

We are teachers from Krakowski Klub Aikido Onshin. We’re also the part of the Polish Aikido Federation and Japanese Aikido Federation Hombudojo in Tokyo. We are also partners with   ISBA – the International Shiseikan Budo Association. We are allowed to issue certificate exams for children and adults. We offer 50/60 minute aikido training for children a week.

 

Breakdance, Year 4 to Year 6

15:35 – 17:00

A2.7 (max. 6 pupils)

Primary level: the main focus of these sessions is on building strength, flexibility and to ‘know the beat’. Knowing the basics of moves and sets that you can do and try everywhere.

 

Chess (Beginners)

15:45 – 16:30

B2.5

A chance to learn chess and improve your playing skills in the board game of chess. Playing chess can increase creativity, improve memory, and help exercise both sides of the brain. This is for beginners, who have not played chess before

 

French, YR 1 to 4

15:30 – 16:20

B2.4

Together with little Alice, Léo and Maggie we introduce children to the joyful world of the French language. Rich visual and audio materials, interactive aids, and games encourage creative and effective learning. Through games, rhymes, songs, picture stories, theatre, colouring books, multisensory approach we introduce primary students to the world of the French language and its culture.

 

Judo, Early Years + Year 1

15:30 – 16:30 (STARTS FROM 18th OCTOBER 2021)

The main purpose of judo activities is to improve children’s general mobility, stimulate their development through carefully selected physical exercises and have fun. The foundation of the judo curriculum for children is based on developing their life-skills such as positive mental attitude, high goal-setting, perseverance, self-control and confidence.

 

Individual Piano lessons

This year all piano lessons take place after school. There is also an option to have a lesson at 7:45 a.m. or during lunch time. The number of places is limited. Priority is given to pupils who continue their learning from previous years.

 

TedX, Year 9 to Year 13, FREE

15:30 – 16:30

B1.1

TEDx is about ‘ideas worth spreading’. The club will be based on the organisation of a TEDx conference with live speakers. Pupils will learn about project management, operations, communications, curation and about the central ideas behind the TED organisation. Only Year 9 students and up as the demands of the club are quite complex.

 

Tuesday

 

After- school care

15:30 – 17:00

Assembly

That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.

 

Breakdance, Secondary

15:35 – 17:00

C1.1

The objectives are to deepen the strength and flexibility as well as ‘catch the rhythm’. More advanced moves such as Powermoves, and more complicated sets. with individual “flava”(fluent connections between moves).

 

Ceramics, Year 1 to Year 6

15:40 – 16:30

C3.4 (max 10 pupils)

Play with clay and decorate it with child- friendly, non- toxic underglazes. It will take two to three weeks to get the pieces ready. They need to dry and then will be fired twice in a ceramic kiln in Kaolin Studio. All the materials and firings included. Please bring a big, adult size used T-shirt to wear during the session. 

 

Chess (Intermediate)

15:45 – 16:30

B2.5

A chance to learn chess and improve your playing skills in the board game of chess. Playing chess can increase creativity, improve memory, and help exercise both sides of the brain. This is for intermediate players, who have played chess before and know the rules.

 

Individual piano lessons

This year all piano lessons take place after school. There is also an option to have a lesson at 7:45 a.m. or during lunch time. The number of places is limited. Priority is given to pupils who continue their learning from previous year

 

Religion (Roman Catholic), Year 5 to Year 9

15:45 – 16:30

B1.6

These classes aim to teach pupils about beliefs, doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland. They are entirely run in Polish and run for older pupils who already had their First Communion.

 

Wednesday

 

After- school care

15:30 – 17:00

Assembly

That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.

 

Choir Teachers and Parents

16:30 – 17:30

The Parents’ & Teachers’ Choir is a group of people who sing together, rehearse and perform at concerts. Singing will help take your mind off all the politics, deadlines and problems that seem to take over our life. Choir is a great escape. Join us!

 

Cooking Club, Year 4 to Year 9

15:50 – 16:40

These are professional cooking classes lead by Joanna Mentel, psychologist, culinary teacher, cooking instructor, who has been working with children and teens for the last 12 years. Pupils learn not only how to cook & bake, but also how to eat healthy, pick good quality products, not be afraid of any problematic food (veggies, herbs, spices, grains, flours other than wheat one), prepare delicious meals from around the world, cook creatively and safely. We learn how to pick healthier and more valuable products instead of fast and junk ones, cooking from scratch with a huge impact of no waste philosophy and fresh, seasonal products, mostly vegetarian and vegan full of greens, beans, good oils and ingenious recipes. Opportunity to learn new flavours, experiment and discover that cooking is not difficult. Mixing, cooking, baking, frying, learning about cuisines of the world. Menu is adapted to the season and each meeting has a different theme with the use of seasonal ingredients. Basic and advanced culinary techniques, a wide variety of topics and of course baking gingerbreads for Xmas.

Feel invited and smacznego!

 

Detective club EY (over 5 years old) Year 1 to Year 5

15:40 – 16:40

A2.7

Detective Club is a fantastic chance to work like a detective. You will solve mysterious riddles and hold fascinating investigations. You will find the hidden codes to open suspicious locks. You will learn how to analyse evidence, investigate fingerprints, footprints, DNA, plants, insects, hair, fibres and other traces you can find at the crime scene. You will use microscopes, professional police equipment, learn a lot about science.

45 PLN per 60 minutes

 

French club, Early Years

15:30 – 16:00

building C

French language learning for the youngest. Through games, rhymes, songs, picture stories, theatre, colouring books, multisensory approach we introduce preschoolers to the world of the French language and its culture.

 

Gymnastics, Early Years, Year 1 and Year 2

15:35 – 16:35

A2.2

Basics Gymnastics for small children to build up overall body strength with bodyweight exercises plus Agility and Acrobatics class, working on balance and simple gymnastics moves which will help with posture.

 

Spanish club, Year 1 to Year 6

15:30 – 16:20

B2.2

¡Hola amigos! Are you interested in speaking the most beautiful language spoken by 500 million people? So… ¡Bienvenido!

 

Model United Nations (MUN), Year 9 and up

C2.7

MUN is all about debate and learning how to find solutions to current problems through ordered and productive debate. During the club sessions we will be learning and practicing debating (parliamentary model mainly) and discussing current events, topics of discussion. Part of the club are also conference trips, during which the pupils will have a chance to test their skills against debaters from across the world. These are not obligatory in any way, but we recommend attending such conferences as it is a valuable experience.

 

Individual piano lessons

 

This year all piano lessons take place after school. There is also an option to have a lesson at 7:45 a.m. or during lunch time. The number of places is limited. Priority is given to pupils who continue their learning from previous year.

 

Thursday

 

After- school care

15:30 – 17:00

Assembly

That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.

 

Basic Polish for Foreigners, Year 3 to Year 12

15:30 – 16:20

Learn the basics of Polish language: how to communicate in everyday situations. These are fun activities during which pupils learn to speak, write and read in Polish.

 

Choir – Secondary,  Year 7 to Year 13

15:30 – 17:00

The Secondary Choir is a group of pupils who sing together, rehearse and perform at concerts. In the choir you can improve vocal skills, your health, memory, focus and multi-tasking ability. In the choir you can gain more confidence. Singing harmoniously together creates one of the best feelings.

 

Religion (Roman Catholic) in English or Polish (First Communion preparation)

15:00 – 15:45 

Religion (Roman Catholic) in English or Polish, Year 1 to Year 3

15:45 – 16:30

These classes aim to teach pupils about beliefs, doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland. They are entirely run in Polish or English (depending on the demand). We’ve got two groups on Tuesdays: one for children who are planning to take their First Communion this year (15:00 – 15:45) and the ones who are younger and will take it in two or more years (15:45 – 16:30).

 

Individual Piano lessons

Individual piano lessons. This year all piano lessons will take part after school. There is also an option to have a lesson at 7:45 a.m. or during lunch time. The number of places is limited. Priority is given to pupils who continue to study.

 

Sports Club, Year 5 to Year 8

15:30 – 17:00

The chance to play different sports codes and develop skills under the supervision of qualified coaches. Depending on the weather they either use our football pitch outside or go to Szkoła Podstawowa im. Artura Grottgera nr 106, ul. Litewska 34.

 

Individual guitar lessons

Individual guitar lessons give students the opportunity to learn basic techniques of classical, fingerstyle or rhythm guitar. Available in English or Polish. Lessons are conducted online.  

 

Friday

After- school care

15:30 – 17:00

Assembly

That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.

 

Drama, Year 7 to Year 13

15:40 – 16:30

Exploring basic drama techniques such as physical theatre, storytelling, and role play.

 

Individual guitar lessons, Year 1 to Year 13

15:30 – 17:30

A2.3

Individual guitar lessons give students the opportunity to learn basic techniques of classical, fingerstyle or rhythm guitar. Available in English or Polish. Lessons are conducted online.

 

Individual piano lessons

Individual piano lessons. This year all piano lessons will take part after school. There is also an option to have a lesson at 7:45 a.m. or during lunch time. The number of places is limited. Priority is given to pupils who continue to study.

 

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