After- school care
15:30 – 17:00
That’s a place where children can rest, do their homework, play at different learning stations and also have their additional snack.
15:35 – 17:00
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.
15:45 – 16:30
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
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.