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tell you about our hobbies, dreams and reasons why we have decided to
improve and expand our English skills.
We hope you will like it! Class 7B
WYDARZENIA Z ŻYCIA KLASY
12 czerwca 2019
Klasa 7b w
Pradze i Górach Stołowych
The first day we took a six hours long coach ride from our school in Rzeszow to
Zloty Stok in south - western Poland. There, we met the guide, who told us about
the process of obtaining gold. Then, students explored the gold mine. After long,
tiring day we checked in our hotel, had dinner, went shopping and for a walk to
the park. The next day we had to wake up early to go to Prague in Czech Republic.
We saw a lot in the city, for example the great view of the capital, St Vitus
Cathedral, endless tower of books and crossed the Charles Bridge. Then we spent
some time at Waclaw Square. Everyone felt exhausted but happy. The third day
was, for me, the funniest. We packed all our belongings, ate breakfast and
checked out. We went to Stolowe Mountains, which are near the place we stayed in
. We walked around 600 steps to reach the summit of one mountain. We had a break
there and went down to the bus. Next, we went to another place. There everything
got out of hand. We were walking on narrow, wooden bars over a muddy area, with
rocks around us. Sometimes the place between them wasn't wide enough, that we
had to squeeze ourselves through it. It was so funny. Once, I almost fell into
the mud. Our guide showed us snow, lingering in the lowest parts of the
mountains and weirdly named rocks, such as 'the monkey'. After break time we
were ready for a long drive back. I think all students enjoyed that trip and
want to go somewhere in the next term.foto
Day 6 - Today was our last day in England. We woke up earlier and we set off to
Cambridge. We saw one of the best universities in Europe - Cambridge University.
Students told us about the history of their school and showed us their typical
school day. We saw for example Queens' College and Corpus Christi College. We
were impressed with the architecture of this university. Then visited the
Cambridge Market. After that we got to the airport and came back to Poland. Our
trip to London and Cambridge was unforgettable. We had a great time in England. foto
Kolejny dzień w
Day 4 - Today was a very busy day. We had a tour through museums. We went to the
Science Museum and Natural History Museum where we could see some interactive
exhibitions, skeletons of dinosaurs and wonders of technology. If someone was
done with those museums and still had some time left they could go to the museum
on the other side of the street - Victoria and Albert Museum. Our next stop was
at the Trafalgar Square where we saw Admiral Nelson’s column. Then we went to
the National Gallery to see paintings of famous artists from all over Europe. We
had some interesting tasks to do there. Afterwards we had some free time at
Leicester Square. We had an opportunity to taste some Asian food and buy
souvenirs. It was a very exciting day. foto
Kolejny dzień w
Today was a fantastic day. At first, we went to the most popular bridge in
London - Tower Bridge. After that, we walked next to the longest and the biggest
river in Great Britian- Thames. Then, we visited the Tate Modern. We saw there a
lot of paintings by the most popular painters in the world. It was very
impressive. Then we went to the London Museum. We got to know almost everything
about the history of London and a lot of interesting facts about this city.
After that, we walked through the Covent Garden. This is one of the most
expensive streets in London. It was such an amazing day with a lot of cool
experiences and attractions. foto
naszych uczniów zwiedza Londyn (klasy 7b i 3c)
Day1 - Today is
the 19th May, the beginning of our London adventure. We gathered at the Jasionka
Airport at half past eight, we said goodbye to our parents and went through all
procedures. Then at eleven o’clock our plane took off. Everyone enjoyed the
flight. When we landed we realised that the weather is actually really nice and
different from what we expected. Then we got on the bus from the airport. Our
first stop was Greenwich. It’s a lovely borough in England known for its
maritime history and geographical importance. The flight made us really hungry
so we decided to go to the marketplace with food trucks. There
was a lot of delicious food from all over the world. Then we visited National
Museum and the Royal Observatory where the Prime Meridian is based. After that
we enjoyed ourselves in the beautiful Greenwich Park. We arrived at our
apartments at about five o’clock. They’re really beautiful and designed in a
traditional English style. We had some time to relax and eat dinner. We spent
the evening talking, playing
swimming in the pool. It was an exciting but tiring day.
Day 2 - We began
our day with the breakfast of our choice. After that we went straight towards a
nearby train station, where we took a train to London Bridge. When we arrived at
our destination we had our first experience with the London Underground. We left
the Green Park station in which led us straight to Buckingham Palace, where we
had the chance to see the guards change. Our next stop was at St. James Park -
we saw horse guards. When we were done there we went to the Downing Street -
where the Prime Minister lives. We also took many pictures in the iconic red
telephone boxes. Later, we saw Westminster and the Elizabeth Tower (also known
as Big Ben - except that's the name of the Bell in the Tower) which is currently
under renovation. We crossed the Westminster Bridge and went on a cruise around
the centre of London - we saw many amazing landmarks such as St. Paul's
Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe and world's most photographed Bridge - the Tower
Bridge. After our voyage we watched a 4D movie about the London Eye and then we
had a ride on it. After that we went on a walk and when we were finished we took
a train back home. After that day our feet hurt a little because of how much we
walked, but it was all worth it.
THE OPEN DAY in Our School – Primary School number 21
On 28th of February, the Open Day took place in our school -Primary School
Students from ours school with teachers were involved in preapring that day for
our guests who came to visit us that aftenoon.
Lots of kids and parents from all schools and kindergartens in Rzeszów visited
our school to see our artisitic programme ,to visit our classes and to get to
know our offer for the coming year.
Teachers from our school as well as Headmistress welcomed everyone warmly .
Our class 8C was responsible for showing the school around.
During the Open Day, our guests were able to see different kinds of performances
preapred by our students.
Students from our class 8c were dressed up as fairy-tale characters to welcome
everyone and show the school around.
Some volunteers from our class cooked food for guests.
We all enjoyed having lots of fun.
Hope to see all kids and teenargers again in September as pupils in our school! foto
The School Open Day
The first day On 28th February 2019 our school organised the School Open Day for
students who would like to attend our school in a year 2019/2020. During that
day both students and their parents could see our new school, classrooms as well
as the afterschool club and the canteen. They were also able to find out
something about our interesting extracurricular classes, which are held for us.
Students and their parents also had the opportunity to talk to the teachers. My
class very actively contributed to this event as we prepared a lot sweets for
our guests including: muffins, cakes, cookies and lollipops. Our visitors were
greeted with them at the main entrance. We are very happy that parents and their
children could visit our school.
OUR TRIP TO WARSAW The first day
A few days ago, we were in Warsaw. Our trip was fantastic because we spent a lot
of time together. On the first day of our journey we had to meet at 4.00 am and
then we have been travelling for many hours by our coach. When we got to Warsaw,
our teachers at the British Council were waiting for us. After an interesting
lesson we had a test. In my opinion British Council has great classes for
students and their exams are really good. Then we had some time to eat lunch.
After the meal some of us went to the Escape Room and some went to the bowling
club. In the evening we went to our hotel ‘Syrenka’. Later on we ordered a
pizza! This is our favourite day that we have ever had. Wiktoria, 7b
The second day
On the second day of our trip to Warsaw we went to the Copernicus Science Center.
I was there for the first time and it made a huge impression on me. We have been
divided into several groups. We have seen many interesting inventions and
devices and we could read a lot about them. Thanks to this I got a lot of
interesting information about Physics Aerodynamics and Hydrostatics. After that
we went to the Planetarium which was in the same building. After entering the
room and sitting, the master told us a lot of interesting facts about the
constellations and how to find them. Then we watched the film about the Moon,
Sun and Earth in English language. After finishing the movie we left the
Planetarium and had lunch in Golden Terraces. In my opinion, the trip to Warsaw
was successful because we have learnt plenty of interesting things! I can say
that the trip was great. Bartek, 7b foto
On 14th January class 7B went to the Blood Donation Centre in Rzeszów. First, we
put on some special shoes to protect us and other patients from any bacterium.
Our tour guide told us how important blood donation is. Next, we went to the
laboratory where we saw a bone marrow and plasma in the special machines. We
could observe plasma which was frozen in the fridges. Their temperatures were
-90C! This trip was very interesting as well as educational and we hope that
people will understand the importance of blood donation.
12 stycznia 2019
We’re helping our little mates to learn English
One of our
bilingual classses - 8C - started a new project aimed at helping our first
graders in the process of learning English. First task is to create the
pictionaries for the youngest students of our school. The results will be
visible soon as we will post the pictures of the pictionaries prepared by the
Jedna z naszych dwujęzycznych klas – 8C – rozpoczęła realizację nowego
projektu, który ma na celu pomoc pierwszoklasistom w procesie nauki języka
angielskiego. Pierwszym krokiem jest stworzenie dla najmłodszych uczniów naszej
szkoły słownika obrazkowego w formie plakatów, które zawisną w salach nauczania
wczesnoszkolnego. Wkrótce umieścimy zdjęcia słowników obrazkowych wykonanych
przez naszych dwujęzycznych uczniów.
January 3rd our class - 7b had a Geography lesson with presentations about some
cities in Poland. The lesson was in English. Students showed some interesting
presentations. For example about: Poznań (the capital of Wielkopolskie
Voivodeship), Warsaw (the capital of Poland) and Przemyśl. We learned a lot of
information about the cities (including events and monuments). We also got to
know about the smallest town in Poland.
It was a great, funny lesson and we wish we had lessons like that more
teachers from Hungary visited our school
In October students and teachers from Hungary
visited our school. We were so excited. After their arrival, we ate lunch and
showed them our school. Then we played a volleyball match between Polish and
Hungarian student. It was an amazing international challenge for us! In our
opinion people from Hungary are so good and professional at volleyball! After
the match our friends from Hungary came to our houses. During the second day we
played some language games at school and then we were exploring Rzeszów. The
weather wasn’t really good but sightseeing was awesome. We think that it was
really interesting and important lesson about our city. We ate lunch in a
restaurant and next we had some free time so we came to our houses and relaxed.
In the evening everybody met in Flypark and we spent one hour there. We jumped
on trampolines and played some games in a pool with sponges. After that we were
so hungry so we went to Chillita restaurant and ate pizza. We were talking about
Polish and Hungarian traditions, singers, actors and much more. Finally we came
to our houses because we were so tired! On the last day we gave our new friends
some Polish sweets and said GOODBYE to them! This exchange was really cool! We
wish that Hungarian friends liked our school, country and people. We are really
excited about meeting them again.
Maja H. 7b
On a beautiful
sunny day in September our class, by courtesy of Mrs Katarzyna Michno, took part
in an outdoor photo session. We had a lot of fun, laugh and joy. These will be
our first photos, which will remind us of the moments together.
September classes 7b and 3c took part in an amazing trip to Cracow. We met at
7:15 in front of the school. Then we took places in the bus, our teacher counted
us and after a few minutes we set off. During the way we were talking, listening
to music, singing and reading books. After 2 hours, we got off in Cracow. We
were hungry so we went to Mc Donald’s. We ordered food and something to drink.
We spent a half of hour there. Then we went to sweets manufacture called Ciuciu
Cukier Artis. We could taste handmade candies and do our own lollipops. While we
were doing our lollipops we could win another ones. To win them we had to answer
some questions. After we left sweets manufacture we went to a town square. The
weather was great so we could go for a walk. We stopped near the river where we
could rest and talk. After that we went for dinner. Then we went to the Cracow’s
underground. We had a tour guide who explained us everything in English. The
place was amazing as we could see exhibits and we watched the film about dragon
and prince. When we finished our visit in the underground we went to our bus.
During the ride we were talking and singing. We were in Rzeszów at nine o’clock.
In my opinion that was the best trip that I have ever been on.
20 maja 2018
Our trip to
In April 2018
pupils from our school had an opportunity to visit one of the regions in Spain-
Andalusia. We were in cities such as Sevilla, Granada or Malaga, where we saw
monuments like La Giralda, La Catedral de Sevilla, Real Alcazar, Alhambra. Our
task was to gather information about them by asking questions to local people.
We also saw artworks in Picasso Museum and heard history of the British
But the trip wasn't only about sightseeing. The main point was to explore
Spanish culture, practise language, meet Spanish people and experience as much
Spain as we could. So in the programme were 3 days in Spanish schools. We could
observe the differences beetwen Polish and Spanish educational system. And we
could, of course, learn how to dance flamenco! Some of us even made new friends.
It would be sin if we hadn't gone to the beach. Of course we spend some
time listening to the sound of the sea.
To sum up, we will definitely remember this trip for a very long time. It
was interesting experience to know different culture.
Sigtseeing, practising, relaxing and exploring – that’s Andalusia in just
a few words.
24 marca 2018
Trip to Ireland
In our honest opinon Ireland is a beautiful country. On our school trip we
learned a lot about irish culture and people living there. Inhabitants are very
friendly, happy and nice. We saw a lot of interesting museums and monuments in
Dublin and Belfast. We were in among others: Titanic Museum, National Museum of
Ireland, Trinity College… Everything was perfectly planning. Food prepared by
Kamil was delicious! We would like return to Ireland in the future. This trip
Anna, Zuzanna, Malwina, Marta, Agata, Kasia
geografii w klasie dwujęzycznej
On 4 th January
some pupils from our bilingual class prepared a very exciting multimedia
presentations about Poles in Siberia and America, national minorities:
Belarusians, Ucrainians, Jews and ethnic minorities: Romanies, Tatars and Lemkos.
We learned a lot about their religion, traditional clothing, culture. We would
like to have more lessons like this in the future cause we think it was a real
challange for us!
Class trip to Warsaw
to gain some knowledge and have a lot of fun
On 26th September we went to our capital city- Warsaw. It all started at 3 a.m
and we were still very sleepy. Departure was at about 4 a.m.
The trip passed very quickly and cheerfully. We were in Warsaw about 10 a.m.
Over 11 a.m. we started language versions in British Council. The building was
very big and modern. We were divided into two language groups.
One group started by writing a computer test, the second group took part in the
meetings with "Lord of the ring".
It was amazing to have a chance to listen, watch and take part in speaking.
We are very satisfied and happy to stay at this place.
After we went out from British Council, we went to shopping mall ''Koszyki'' to
eat something ‘’yummy’’.
Some people went to pancakes restaurant, some to sushi restaurant...
After that, we went to our coach bus and about 23 p.m.
We came back to Rzeszów That's trip was amazing and we are waiting for the next
Prepared by 7c
Klasa dwujęzyczna 7C
Dzień piąty w
Day 5: Today was a very exciting day. Our first stop was the British Museum in
which we could see over thirteen milion exhibits from different eras and places.
The most popular ones are the Rosetta Stone and mummies from ancient Egypt. They
were very impressive. Next, we visited Madame Tussauds. We saw a lot of wax
figures of famous people there and took pictures with them. Then we watched a 4D
Avengers movie and learnt about the history of London during a rollercoaster
ride. All of it was a very fun experience. After that, we went to the Oxford
Street which is known for its variety of shops. There we got a chance to buy
some souvenirs and clothing for ourselves. It was such an amazing day with a lot
of great attractions. foto
- Wielka Brytania przywitała nas piękną pogodą. Po spokojnym locie mamy
już za sobą pierwszy dzień zwiedzania: dziś dzień w Greenwich, południk
zerowy, piękny widok na Londyn oraz Maritime Museum i zakwaterowanie w
typowym brytyjskim domku.
Pogoda nadal dopisuje- dziś pierwsza podróż londyńska koleją i metrem,
spacer po parku królewskim - St James Park, zmiana warty pod Buckingham
Palace, Houses of Parliament, Westminister Abbey, ulica Whitehall, Downing
Street, Horse Guards Parade a następnie niesamowity rejs po Tamizie i
przejażdżka w London Eye, na koniec chwilka czasu przy National Theatre
pokazująca prawdziwe popołudniowe życie Londynu. A na koniec dnia zajęcia
- Dzisiejsze zwiedzanie rozpoczęte przy the Tower of London, nastepnie
Hay's Galleria i dalszy spacer wzdluż Tamizy z przystsnkiem przy the
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Podziwialiśmy dzieła sztuki w Tate Modern w
budynku starej elektrowni. Przeszliśmy przez Millenium Bridge w kierunku
St Paul's Cathedral i udalusmy sie do Museum of London. Dzieki uprzejmosci
Pana Andrzeja ostatnie chwile dnia ponadprogramowo spedzilismy w Covent
Dziś dzień pełen emocji... Wizyta w British Museum a następnie Madame
Tussauds a potem to na co wszyscy czekali.... zakupy na Oxford Street... foto
pleased to inform that we have started the preparation to our return visit in
Nyíregyháza. All of the students of 7th or 8th grade willing to visit that
beautiful Hungarian city are asked to come forward to Mrs Agnieszka Szuberla
until the end of March. Planned date of the visit 5-7th June.
2019 In May we
are going on the trip to London. That is why during our English lesson we
have been doing projects about this wonderful place.
London is one of the most interesting cities in Europe. During holidays
many tourists from all over the world come to London, which is situated on
the river Thames. It has great museums with priceless exhibits, old
markets, clean green parks and the best shops in Europe. There is
something for everyone!
When you visit London, one of the first things you will see is Big Ben -
tower clock, famous for its accuracy and for its massive bell. Another
attraction of the city is The Buckingham Palace. It is probably most
famous for being the home of the British monarchy. You can see the
Changing of the Guard every day outside Buckingham Palace. We found out
that there are 600 rooms and three miles of red carpet. In the city you
can travel by bus, by train, by underground or taxi to get to different
places. London has 3 main airports: Heathrow which is the biggest, Gatwick
and Stansed. A lot of popular actors, actress and musicians live in London,
for example Mick Jagger, George Michael, Annie Lenox. Even if you do not
see them in the street, you can "meet" them or other famous people as wax
figures at Madame Tussaud's.
stycznia 2019 On
vacation to Kenya On a cold,
frosty day, class 8c decided to feel at least a taste of vacation ... ..
choosing a virtual trip to Kenya.
During an exotic trip we had the opportunity to get to know the climate
and environment of this charming country and, above all, the richness of
fauna: zebras, elephants, leopards, buffalo. Kenya has a lot to offer ...
..white, sandy beaches, safaris, herds of flamingos, coral reefs, national
parks. Residents, among others The Maasai people are very kind and
willingly invite you to the show of tribal dances and customs, wanting to
bring their culture closer to tourists. During the lesson we had the
opportunity to see various photos, videos showing even a school in Kenya.
We also saw the "Top Ten" of Kenya, the 10 biggest attractions of this
We invite you on a journey through Kenya !!
21 grudnia 2018
On the 21st of December we had a class Christmas Eve.
We had a lot of fun and we spent a great time. Everybody brought something
to eat or drink as well as plates, glasses, forks, knives, tablecloths and
plenty of cakes, cupcakes and gingerbreads. At the beginning of the
Christmas Eve we sang a few Christmas songs. It was really funny because
we sang horribly but it isn’t important to sing beautiful, but to enjoy it.
Then we shared a special wafer when exchanging Christmas greetings and ate
delicious dumplings and we drank hot borscht. Every student in our class
felt well. That was an amazing day.
On the 30th of
October, the bilingual class 8C had an exceptional geography lesson. The
topic was India. Under the teacher’s supervision, one student prepared a
presentation about India and he was not only dressed like an Indian
person, but he spoke like one too! The other students talked about the
cast system in India, while some showed famous Bollywood dance moves-all
dressed like Indians! All the students prepared facts considered to be
interesting for them and presented them to the class. The lesson was very
informative and educative, while at the same time full of humor. Everyone
had the impression of actually being in India and grasping the atmosphere
of the amazing country.
The students also presented dietary habits in India, showing the
characteristic spices of Indian cuisine: cinnamon, ginger, turmeric,
cardamom, saffron. The topic of India was also found in our geographical
corner in the school corridor.
Our trip to
As a new class
at school we want to get to know each other better, so on 13th of
September we went on an integration trip to a ranch in Pstrągowa, a small
village in southern Poland. The main attractions were eating sausages and
baked potatoes from the campfire, playing volleyball or jumping on a
trampoline. At the end of the the trip, we took a ride with a chaise but
the biggest fun turned out to be a mini zoo tour, which is located in the
resort. We could see horses, lambs, goats, fallow deer and llamas. The
Llamas were the most popular among the participants of the journey and in
my opinion too. We had the opportunity to feed the llamas with bread and
make selfie with them. We appreciate this tour very much and we definitely
feel more integrated as a group.
CHRISTMAS IS IN THE
A FEW WORDS FROM US CLASS 7C:
In the peaceful joys of Christmas, in the stars that shine above, In the
wonder of the season..may you find hope and promise that will fill this
Christmas season with very special happiness for you!
May the Love, Peace, and Joy of Christmas be yours always with you.
Merry Christmas to all of you , smile at face, many sunny days and
everything the best!
Happy New Year 2018!!!!
from 7c students and our teacher Ms Pikus
Santa Claus Day in our class:
class 7c love singing Christmas song. On 7th December Santa Claus came to us
with lots of presents.
Bye the way ,it was our classmate Bartek dressed up as Santa but he was lovely
He was having his helpers, Elfs:Amelia, Ola and Wiktoria.
It was our first Santa Claus Day with lots of fun, joy, hapiness and lovely
presents that we received. Memorable experience.
Obviously, we sang lots of Christmas songs… for our Santa to express our
"Our class 7C is bilingual, what means that we have some subjects in
English, such as math. During the lesson, we practice English, and at the end of
the topics we have short tests in this language. Our maths lessons are designed
so that the student can understand them. Each math lesson provides learning
ideal for students of all abilities.
Nasza klasa 7C jest dwujęzyczna, co oznacza, ze mamy niektóre przedmioty, takie
jak matematyka, w języku angielskim. Podczas lekcji ćwiczymy w języku
angielskim, a na końcu działów mamy kartkówki w tym języku. Nasze lekcje
matematyki są tak zaprojektowane, aby uczeń je zrozumiał. Każda lekcja
matematyki zapewnia naukę idealną dla uczniów o różnych umiejętnościach.
Ola Sawicka 7c
Workshops preparing us to the international exchange in Switzerland are
behind us. Due to cooperation with Stifting Kinderdorf Pestalozzi, in January
2018, a group of our students is going on an unforgettable experience on which
they are going to learn more about tolerance, intercultural communication and
their identity. During the workshops youth from 3 Polish schools discussed the
topics about culture, communities of today and their influence on our lives.
Thanks to that, they familiarised with subjects, which will be extended in
Trogen. We hope that the integration we have dome will make our collaboration
Za nami warsztaty przygotowujące do projektu wymiany międzynarodowej do
Szwajcarii. Dzięki współpracy z Stiftung Kinderdorf Pestalozzi już w styczniu
2018 roku grupa naszych uczniów wybiera się na niezapomnianą przygodę, w czasie
której nauczy się więcej o dyskryminacji, tolerancji, komunikacji
międzykulturowej oraz własnej tożsamości.
W czasie warsztatów młodzież z trzech polskich szkół dyskutowała o kulturze,
dzisiejszym społeczeństwie i o ilch wpływie na nasze życie. Dzięki tym
warsztatom uczniowie zapoznali się wstępnie z tematami, które w szerszym
zakresie będą realizować w Trogen. Mamy nadzieję, że dzięki integracji nasza
współpraca będzie przebiegać owocnie.
języków obcych - 26.09
7c oraz klasa z innowacją językową 2d
Pikus, Blanki Bieleckiej, Agnieszki Krauz i Beaty Lewickiej
spędziły w Warszawie w British Council uczestnicząc w warsztatowych
Całodzienny aktywny kontakt z żywym językiem angielskim,pozwolił przełamać
blokadę w używaniu języka angielskiego poza szkołą, co więcej wyposażył
uczniów w ciekawą i praktyczną wiedzę, która pomoże lepiej przygotować się do
różnych egzaminów z języka angielskiego.
Uczniowie przystąpili do egzaminu komputerowego Aptis for Teens, uzyskując
wiarygodny raport językowy British Council, określający ich obecny poziom
Wzięli również udział w warsztatach pt.”The Lord of the Rings, czyli ożywiony
świat Śródziemia, gdzie przygoda, przyjaźń, zdrada i honor tworzą historię
fantasy wszech czasów.’’
Crème de la crème naszego pobytu w stolicy było spotkanie z Michałem Szpakiem,
który zgodził się zrobić sobie z nami ‘’sweet focie’’ i udzielił nam krótkiego
Po warsztatach mieliśmy okazję spróbować naleśników w słynnej Kryperii. czytaj