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Classes I-III

Zadajemy z sensem klasom I-III

We leave space
for self-development

We are aware that the accumulation of knowledge is not the same as development, and school knowledge and skills are one of the many areas of life and development of students. That is why we try to leave them space for personal development, self-awareness, social relations, developing talents and passions.

  • Students whose parents have declared their child's willingness to do homework at school have such an opportunity during "Homework" organized as part of the school day-room.

 

  • When planning homework, teachers take into account the time that the student will have to spend on its implementation.

 

  • Due to the fact that the time of completing homework depends on the individual abilities and predispositions of students, they may be given tasks that are varied in a given class or tasks to choose from.
  • For each homework, teachers provide in oral or written form NaCoBeZU, i.e. the criteria for assessing the student's work, proving that the homework was done well.
  • All homework is subject to developmental evaluation (feedback). - They are checked using the "green pencil" method consisting in concentration and highlighting the most perfect elements
  • In the pupil's notebook, teachers mark green what has been done right. 
  • If there is no homework done, the teacher enters information about the lack of homework and the allotted time for catching up.

Classes I-III

We ask
with sense

We leave room for self-development

We are aware that the accumulation of knowledge is not the same as development, and school knowledge and skills are one of the many areas of life and development of students. That is why we try to leave them space for personal development, self-awareness, social relations, developing talents and passions.

  • Students whose parents have declared their child's willingness to do homework at school have such an opportunity during "Homework" organized as part of the school day-room.
  • When planning homework, teachers take into account the time that the student will have to spend on its implementation.
  • Due to the fact that the time of completing homework depends on the individual abilities and predispositions of students, they may be given tasks that are varied in a given class or tasks to choose from.
  • For each homework, teachers provide in oral or written form NaCoBeZU, i.e. the criteria for assessing the student's work, proving that the homework was done well.
  • All homework is subject to developmental evaluation (feedback). - They are checked using the "green pencil" method consisting in concentration and highlighting the most perfect elements
  • In the pupil's notebook, teachers mark green what has been done right. 
  • If there is no homework done, the teacher enters information about the lack of homework and the allotted time for catching up.

Students of the Józefosław school

In the national ranking, they scored on average:

Język polski 85.7%

Matematyka 94%

Język angielski 98.2%

Students of the Bemowo school

In the national ranking, they scored on average:

Język polski 84%

Matematyka 72%

Język angielski 93%

Students of the Bemowo school

In the national ranking, they scored on average:

Język polski: 84%

Matematyka: 72%

Język angielski: 93%

Students of the Józefosław school

In the national ranking, they scored on average:

Język polski 85,7%

Matematyka 94%

Język angielski 98,2%