Protocols Poland

17th February (Sunday)

Arrivals

18th February (Monday)

8.00 students who is who

  • 30 teachers-leaving the hotel
  • 00 welcome at school by our students and teachers going around the school
  • 00 a welcoming show
  • 40 coffee break / short meeting with the headmistress and other teachers
  • 00 visiting the Mayor of Dębno
  • a short walk in the village
  • 15 lunch
  • 00 meeting I.-teachers
  • 00 making bracelets- students
  • 30 baking and tasting traditional carnival cakes

( pączki, chrusty)

  • 00 free time

19th February (Tuesday)

  • 8.30 leaving from the hotel, visiting Can -Pack manufacture,

High school in Brzesko, workshop

  • 30 lunch
  • 30 Krakow Wawel Cathedral, Mariacki Church, Museum of Engineering
  • free time
  • 00 returning home

20.February (Wednesday)

  • 30 leaving the hotel
  • preparing FEMAC at school
  • 30 -12.00 FEMAC
  • Greek presentation in Poland:
  • The Greek team presented the guidelines and the bureaucratic steps necessary to start a business in Greece.
  • The presentation started with a discussion with the teenagers about what their dreams are and what they would like to do in the future, in order to earn a living.
  • Then, the Greek students presented the ppt video, giving ideas for a successful business in Greece (workspace, business ideas, appropriate partners, tax issues, etc.)
  • After presenting the work done by the Greek students, a second short discussion followed, this time it was compare and contrast, that is the students had to think about what a good business would be in their country and if a lot of documents and certificates etc. are necessary in order to start a new business.

The description of the Spanish stand in Poland:

In our stand we presented some of the projects we did last year with the theme of the “travel”

  1. The first video was recorded at our secondary school for a competition organized by a Spanish NGO, Once, to support disabled people .The video was made with students of the 1st level of high school. Whith the video, our school want to fight against the bullying.
  2. The second one was a video clip. It was carried out with students of 4º eso and fpb, for a school competition celebrating the day against gender violence. That was the winning video.
  3. The third video was carried out with students of 2nd high school of the subject Image and Sound, recorded and edited the trailer of a short film with the theme of the trip, a virtual trip: Inter-Net
  4. The fourth video was a short film directed by one of our teachers Fran González, he takes us on a fantastic journey through time with the help of different characters. This video was recorded in our secondary school with students for different courses.

The description of the Polish stands:

The Polish group prepared the play entitled

“On the   Olympus”.

Students presented the life of the Greek gods in a humorous way: a feast, a court, a beauty contest, a dance.

They also presented mythological games: Bingo, Attributes.

Participants had to indicate the names and attributes of the gods.

The games’ illustrations were made by the students themselves.

The stand of Italy:

We presented a PP work about Dante Alighieri and also a big book with drawings representing some scenes from the Divine Comedy .
After the presentation, we prepared a Kahoot game with questions about Dante Alighieri and his great work.

The stand of Hungary:

  1. a short video showing a kind of travelling which was followed by a Kahoot game in connection of the video
  2. going through a labyrinth which symbolised a journey after completing it a quiz about Hungary with the help of the learning apps

3 . ancient logical games (mankala)

12.00-14.30 visiting each other’s stands

  • 30 lunch
  • 00 meeting II
  • 30- 17.00 etwinning workshop with the etwinning ambasador and trainer:Anna Mazur ( the topic: how to use learningapp in different subjects)
  • 00 free time for teachers
  • 00-20.00 students bowling in Brzesko with parents

21th February (Thursday)

8.00 students workshop- Easter eggs with the grandmas of our students

8.30 teachers leaving from the hotel and then visiting the workshop with students

8.55 visiting lessons/ English the third grade pupils by Anna- teachers

10.00 visiting the bakery in Dębno, tasting delicious breads, cakes, visiting the Castle in Dębno

13.00 lunch

13.30 trip to the salt mine in Bochnia

19.00 farewell party

22th February (Friday)

  • 30 leaving the hotel then trip to Tarnów- ( City Hall, Cathedral, ice scating for students, shopping centre)
  • 30 lunch
  • 00 a short meeting, cerificate ceremony
  • free time  in the afternoon

23rd February (Saturday)

Departure from Krakow

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Meetings Poland

The Program 17th-23rd February 2019

17th February (Sunday)

Arrivals

18th February (Monday)

8.00 students who is who

  • 30 teachers-leaving the hotel
  • 00 welcome at school by our students and teachers going around the school
  • 00 a welcoming show
  • 40 coffee break / short meeting with the headmistress and other teachers
  • 00 visiting the Mayor of Dębno
  • a short walk in the village
  • 15 lunch
  • 00 meeting I.-teachers
  • 00 making bracelets- students
  • 30 baking and tasting traditional carnival cakes

( pączki, chrusty)

  • 00 free time

19th February (Tuesday)

  • 8.30 leaving from the hotel, visiting Can -Pack manufacture,

High school in Brzesko, workshop

  • 30 lunch
  • 30 Krakow Wawel Cathedral, Mariacki Church, Museum of Engineering
  • free time
  • 00 returning home

20February (Wednesday)

  • 30 leaving the hotel
  • preparing FEMAC at school
  • 30 -12.00 FEMAC
  • 00-14.30 visiting each other’s stands
  • 30 lunch
  • 00 meeting II
  • 30- 17.00 etwinning workshop with the etwinning ambasador Anna Mazur
  • 00 free time for teachers
  • 00-20.00 students bowling in Brzesko with parents

21th February (Thursday)

8.00 students workshop- Easter eggs with the grandmas of our students

8.30 teachers leaving from the hotel and then visiting the workshop with students

8.55 visiting lessons/ English by Anna- teachers

10.00 visiting the bakery in Dębno, tasting delicious breads, cakes, visiting the Castle in Dębno

13.00 lunch

13.30 trip to the salt mine in Bochnia

19.00 firewall party

22th February (Friday)

  • 30 leaving the hotel then trip to Tarnów- ( City Hall, Cathedral, ice scating for students, shopping centre)
  • 30 lunch
  • 00 a short meeting, cerificate ceremony
  • free time  in the afternoon

23rd February (Saturday)

Departure from Krakow

Activities Poland

Code Night 2018

During the night from 1st to 2nd June students of our school took part in the Code Night – an annual event which takes place in our school for the third time. The event was a success just like the two previous ones. It aims at igniting coding and computer science learning. In the course of the evening and the night students used Scratch. Scratch is a graphical programming language. Children can drag and combine code blocks to make a range of programs, including animations, stories, musical instruments and games. It’s a bit like the programming equivalent of LEGO! Scratch allows children to learn coding concepts and create interactive projects without needing to learn a text-based programming language. But for coding the participants watched a movie as well as had some delicious pizza. Time flew fast and enjoyable.

 

We can learn using ancient board games!

There are three board games of the ancients: Mancala, Petteia and Achi. Mancala  is the name of a single game and at the same time the term family-wide known games almost all over the world: in Africa, the Middle East, India, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and parts of Latin America. In addition to these regions, this game is also known in other parts of the world. Games of this type are one of the oldest games in the world. Planes found in Egypt and from the second half of the second millennium BC are known. One of the copies found in Kenya is dated even for the Neolithic period. The mancala name derives from the Arabic language from the Naqal word – move around. Achi is a version of a tic-tac-toe board game. Achi is from Ghana. Some sources say that this type of game was already known in ancient Rome. Petteia is a logical game of ancient Greeks. It was very popular in the ancient world. The great philosophers Plato and Aristotle played in it. Each of these games teaches us logical thinking. Playing, you can have great time combining fun and learning. It is very important, that all the boards we use when playing at the school, we did it ourselves.The Mancala board is made of cork and the other two are made of cardboard.We made them during an additional math lesson for classes IV-VI and we play during these classes.

 

Atoms everywhere!

 

Celebrating the Day of Islam

 

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The Logo Contest

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KONKUS NA LOGO (1)

 

 

Creating board games

Students were creating board games on Art lessons. This task was supposed to strengthen creativity among the young as well as consolidate the knowledge about our country.

Children were making the boards and inventing the questions by themselves. After their work was finished they were able to play the game according to the rules. These activities turned out to be very interesting, involving and were simply great fun. Older students got involved in the work by translating the whole game into English.

 

 

 

 

 

The Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 

 

Journey diary

The students created a diaries about their journeys.

They consisted of pictures, drawings and text.

 

 

Playing Kahoot

This way you can memorise vocabulary or grammar in foreign languages very easily! The students in our school use Kahoot in German, they love it!

 

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The Song about a journey

As part of the Erasmus + project activities, the teacher of early childhood education Magdalena Hepner Widło together with her pupils from class III made a music video.

Making of music videos consisted of few steps. First of all, the teacher made a selection of the proper song. Song entitled “My homeland” shows Polish hospitality, major historical events and recalls famous Poles.

Then a script was written and pupils were chosen to play in a movie. Children prepared appropriate costumes and stage props. The art teacher helped to make setting in various places. Children were meeting after school to shoot a movie. At the end, teacher edited the music video to synchronize everything. The music video was posted on the school’s website and was presented to parents during the parent teacher meeting.

How to create a company in Poland?

Natalia maciejewska

Paulina węgrzyn

Eliza szostak

How? Where? When? For how much?

These are basic questions you should know how to

answer before starting your own company.

If you ever wondered who is allowed to start a business

in Poland or how much it will cost, now is the time you will get to know

Who can start business activity?

Every adult Polish citizen can set up, run

and close business activity.

Since Poland became member of the European Union, every

citizen of another EU member country can set up a company in

Poland on the same terms as a Polish citizen.

How much does it cost to start a
business?

Starting a one-person business or civil partnership is free.

However, registration of partnership businesses requires

some investment, because in the case of companies it is

necessary to obtain entry in the National Court Register

– The cost of such entry is 500 zł court fee plus 100 zł for the

announcement of the first entry in the Court and Economic

Monitor.

The steps for incorporating a company in Poland

Choose the business form and name: once investors choose the appropriate business form

they should also check if the business name is available;

this is important as all company names in Poland need to be unique.

What is next?

Deposit the share capital: business owners must open a seperate bank account for their company and must deposit the minimum share capital.

Registration

Registration: the newly created company must be registered at the National Court Register, after which it will receive a company ID, the EGON number, the NIP and statistical number.

Tax registration

The company also needs to perform

the VAT registration

 according to the applicable

annual turnover values.

Special permit application

Some companies will need to apply for special permits and licenses, according to the type of business activity; one of our company registration lawyers in Poland can help you with information about these requirements according to the company’s specific activities.

Thank You for Your attention J