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The last trip to the cinema in this school year is behind us!
On the 12th June, we set off under the care of Mrs. Teresa, Mrs. Ewelina Moczek and Mrs. Agnieszka Czerwińska with a large group of students for a bus, in order to spend a nice and pleasant afternoon in a nice company. This time we were very funny, because we went on a crazy comedy "Wyszczekani". Max, a rottweiler working for the police, a macho loner, is sent to a prestigious dog show to investigate a mysterious matter related to the illegal trade of animals. Unfortunately, he is sent there with his partner - a man, which gives rise to a lot of surprising and funny situations. Everyone liked the film very much and put in a good mood. Then, as usual, a small "what is not what", although some are not so small and return home. And so we ended our trips in the school year 2017/18! Happy Holidays!
The organizer of the trip Agnieszka Czerwińska


 

XIII Janowicki Bicycle Rally
On the 8th of June took place the thirteenth (as it turned out happy) bicycle rally, organized by: ZSP Janowice director U. Kal and the Parents' Council. 369 people have signed up for it. The invited guests were: the Head of the Bestwina Commune, Mr. A. Beniowski, District Councilor: Mr. Jan Stanclik, Councilors of the Bestwina Commune: Mr. S. Nycz, Mr. J. Borutka, President of the KGW Association in Janowice, Mr. K. Nuremberg, President OSP in Janowice p. Z. Łukoś, head of the Sport and Recreation Department, p. Ł. Wojsław.
Family peloton, this year magical, because the thirteenth, as each year set off at 14.00 from the Recreation Areas in Janowice. He "let out" cyclists on "OLD" and greeted on "MECIE", Mr. Commune - Artur Beniowski, who despite numerous duties managed to come.

The route of this year's rally was 17.3 km and ran along: Janowicka, Targanicka, Pszczelarska, Prusa, Szkolna, Leszczynowna, Victims of War, Bialska, Bestwińska, Podleska, Brzozowa, Górska, Jowisza, Zagrody, Taternicza, Czernichowska, Jastrzębia, Społeczna, Pielgrzymów , Łanowa, Janowicka Street.
After the end of the rally, there were granted regular prizes and diplomas for: the largest starting family of XIII Janowicki Bicycle Rally, the oldest participant, the youngest riding alone, the youngest riding in the basket and the largest school representation. The last one was given to students from Bestwinka, who came under the care of Mrs. Małgorzata Węgrzyn-Kędzior. Next, fanty were drawn, including invitations to restaurants, photo sessions and, among others, balls, jump ropes and swimming goggles.

 

After the sports part, there was an artistic part in which preschoolers and school vocalists and dancers presented their talents. After the reactions of the audience, which applauded, it was obvious that the performances were popular, and we know that Janowice is famous for extremely talented children and youth.

After the end of this part, ZSP Director - Urszula Kal thanked everyone for the work and for the participants (among whom there are also regular guests from Berlin) for their presence. Immediately afterwards, Mrs. Magdalena Gębczyńska - the Chairwoman of the Parent Council of the Association of Polish Youth in Janowice, handed over to Mrs. Director handed the cake with the inscription "XIII Janowicki Bicycle Rally", which was then cut and eaten. Lucky people said delicious.

The third, the last part of the Saturday sport and art and entertainment event was the Family Picnic, prepared and led by the Parents Council.
During the whole Saturday party you could eat delicious pea soup, roasted, grilled sausage, pork neck, fries, dog breeds, bread with lard, various homemade pastries, including: cheesecakes, fruit cakes, so-called fritters, gingerbreads, muffins, apple pies and other specialties and amazing waffles. There was a lot to choose from. And everything was prepared by parents, school friends.
A special place in this article and thanks goes to the students who helped in the preparation of the rally and picnic, service and Sunday cleaning. And the parents of these children at the words of appreciation in the field of education.
To sum up Saturday night and Saturday night - it was great! Even the capricious weather was good.

/Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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1st June - Children's Day Celebration at our school
Children's Day has been celebrated in our school for many years as Patron, Prevention and Sport Day. The students who came to school, grades 4-7, solved the prevention tests, which were developed by Mrs. Małgorzata Węgrzyn-Kędzior, then they arranged trimino, in which it was necessary to demonstrate knowledge about the life and work of Maria Konopnicka - responsible for this part was Jolanta Kuczyńska. At the same time, junior class students had similar activities with their teachers. The last attraction was sports activities prepared by Mrs. Monika Krężelok. Pupils in grades 1-7 took part in row races in which they demonstrated knowledge of fair play, empathy and sporting skills. After the races finished, some students played a football match, the rest of the teachers looked after nice conversations, volleyball games or playing on the playground. Classes lasted until 12.30, then, according to the plan, students spent time in classes in the community center.
As every year, the Parents' Council funded the heroes of the day- Children- juice and candies, and the Student Co-operative, sweet prizes for participation in the game.
 


We are happy that despite a day off from didactics, so many children came to spend this special day, which is Children's Day, at school together with colleagues and teachers.

/p.Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Projects
On the 4th June, we received a nice surprise from Greece students, with whom our students correspond with. Beautiful, hand-made posters depicting famous Greeks as well as monuments from the Chianti region and the whole country!

 /p. Aleksandra Mąkosa/


The exchange of letters
Students from the 4, 5 and 6 graders as part of eTwinning project and English classeare taking part in the exchange of the correspondence with students from Greece and Albania. We are waiting impatiently for responses to our letters and we hope for long-term cooperation between our schools :)

 /p. Aleksandra Mąkosa/


Polish language project
If you want to spice up Polish language classes, just leave the school bench. This is also the case with us. Seventh-graders presented their projects titled "Polishness" in the Public Library, where thanks to the kindness of Mrs. Alicja Englert, we could use computers, a projector and a screen. Presenting the project-presentations, students showed great knowledge, freedom of expression and great preparation. I was proud of my charges that they approached the long-term task of the projects so seriously and reliably. A similar view was given by Ms Englert, who listened to the speeches of the students. The students obtained marks for the content, for the correctness of the recording, for presenting the message.
Here are the seventh graders who have gained another experience.

/p.Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Books for hospital libraries! - Volunteering
Also this year, the school community actively participated in the collection of books for hospital libraries. We have donated boxes of books for both small and elderly hospital patients. Thank you Mr. Krężelok for transporting the collected books to the PTO in Bielsko-Biała.
/Jolanta Kuczyńska - the tutor of the School Volunteering Club/


The 4th Janowicki Gospel Song Competition
Gospel music was created in the nineteenth century among the black people in the United States. For the slaves who were tired of work, music was the moment of escape from difficulties. The workers complained about her hard fate, asking for strength and support for hard times. The name of gospel music came from the words of GOD and SPEL, which in combination is meant to proclaim the Gospel. Thus, it was a testimony of trust and faith in God's help and protection.
Today? What is gospel music today? At present, its context has changed completely. We are no longer dealing with slavery, and every human being, regardless of race, is a free human being. Still, the world is not perfect and every day faces many adversities in life. Performing gospel music, like prayer, can therefore serve people as a means of expressing gratitude for possessions, can be adoring, and also be a cry for divine providence and help. Its overriding goal is always to proclaim the Word of God.
Gospel music differs above all from its positive and joyous aspect from other Christian music trends. It is very lively and dynamic music. It is not infrequently accompanied by dancing, clapping hands and lots of good emotions. Devout choristers sing with a smile on their lips, praising good God.
On the 29th of May 2018 in the parish church of Saint Józef Robotnik in Janowice took place the 4th Gospel Song Competition "Praise the Lord" under the patronage of the Dean of the Wilamowicki Deanery - Priest Stanisław Morawa and the Mayor of the Bestwina Commune, Mr. Artur Beniowski.
Pupils from five schools took part in the competition. They performed in three age categories: class I - III, IV - VII and gymnasium. In each category we could hear solo performances, vocal and vocal-instrumental ensembles as well as choirs. In total, we hosted 236 participants.
soloists:
• Barbara Postka, SP Bestwinka

• Mateusz Pollak, Czechowice - Dziedzice
• Wiktoria Polak, Junior High School in Bestwin
• Martyna Szczotka, Junior High School in Bestwin
• Kamila Klasa, ZSP Janowice
• Anna Sawkiewicz, ZSP Janowice
Teams:
• Nutki, SP Bestwinka
• De-molecules, SP Czechowice -Dziedzice
• Wiolinki, ZSP Janowice
• Crescendo, ZSP Janowice
• Trio: Antonina Foksińska, Julia Placuch, Aniela Gwóźdź, SP Bestwin
• Angels, SP Bestwinka
Choir:
• Divertimento, SP Kaniów
• Cantata, SP Bestwin
• Andante, Bestwin Junior High School
• Presto, the Bestwinka Junior High School
The jury was responsible for the correctness and integrity of the competition, which assessed the presented performances:
Beata Zacharko - pianist. She tied her entire music education to Krakow, from the musical elementary school to the studies at the Academy of Music in the Department of Musical Education. She received her university diploma with distinction, which gave her the opportunity to become an accompanist at the same university. She held this post for the next 18 years.
Piotr Mirecki - singer and guitar player in the band "Good Morning". Draws inspiration from different cultures and styles of music. In addition to the original compositions, he plays pieces of poetic and film music. Winner of numerous awards and distinctions; min. 1st place and statuette "Heart of Szczerozłote" at the Krakow Festival of Creativity of Marek Grechuta "Korowód", laureate of the Amber Heart of Szczerozłoty during the Grechuta Festival.
Mr. Stanclik Daniel - musician, instrumentalist, graduated from the music school in Bielsko-Biała in the piano class and studies in the field of Artistic Education in the field of musical art at the University of Silesia. For more than ten years he has been working as an organist at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows in Hałcnów, he runs three vocal ensembles: a children's schola, a youth schola and a parish choir.
Here's the jury verdict:
• Primary schools - classes I-III: teams:
I place - the band Nutki, SP in Bestwin
II place - De-Mollki team, SP No. 1 in Czechowice - Dziedzice
• Primary school IV-VI: teams
I place - Trio, SP in Bestwin
Second place - Wiolinki from ZSP in Janowice
Third place - Crescendo with ZSP in Janowice
• Primary schools - IV-VI classes: choirs
I place - Divertimento, SP in Kaniów
• Junior high school - soloists:
1st place - Mateusz Pollak, Czechowice - Dziedzice
II place - Martyna Szczotka, Bestwin
• Junior high schools - choirs:
1st place - Andante, Bestwin
II place - Presto, Bestwinka
Third place - Angels, Bestwinka
Also:
Grand Prix prizes for solo performance - Wiktoria Polak from Bestwiny
Grand Prix Award for choir performance - Cantata z Bestwiny
We would like to express our thanks to those who prepared the children for performances. Thank you:
-Friend Magdalena Wodniak-Foksińska
-Pani Dorota Pollak
- You are Elżbieta Ryś-Jarczok
- You are with Anna Makuchowska
-Mr. Urszula Szkucik - Jagiełka
-Many Eve Adam
We would like to thank our esteemed jury and everyone who could take part in today's competition:
- Priest Józef Walusiak
- Director of ZSP Janowice Urszula Kal,
- Mrs. Ilonia Wójtowicz,
- Mrs. Aleksandra Mąkosa, Mrs. Barbara Nycz.
Special thanks to the prize funders -
The mayor of the Bestwina commune, Artur Beniowski, and the Dean of the Wilamowicki Deanery, Stanisława Morawa.

 

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A trip to Kazimierz Dolny and Sandomierz
On the 24th and 25th of May the older classes had the opportunity to admire and meet two amazing cities: Kazimierz Dolny, so called. "Pearl of the East" and Sandomierz - "Little Rome".
These are cities considered to be pearls of architecture, and because of the outstanding architectural and landscape values have been appreciated by painters and draftsmen.
Both cities have been entered on the list of Monuments of History.
On the first day, the students could admire Kazimierz: The Old City, Kamienica Przybyłów, Parish Church of St. John the Baptist; take a boat trip on the Vistula and a ride on the meleks to the historic granaries and loess valley.
On the second day in Sandomierz they visited "Small Rome", meaning: the secret tourist underground underground, The Old Town, St. Joseph Synagogue, the Oleśnicki Tenement, Długosz's House and went through the "Needle's Ear", uttering a wish that only wait when it will come true.
At the end, the students could buy souvenirs, eat a delicious ice cream or a hot meal.
On the way back they received a packed lunch. We spent the night in the Manor Dwikozy, a three-star hotel, where the students ate a delicious dinner and the second day at breakfast ("the Swedish table"). There was a new experience for many. They also had the opportunity (about 3 hours) to play outside or spend their free time in rooms in the company of colleagues.
We are proud of our students. They showed high culture, patience and curiosity. We hope that no one regrets that he decided to go with us. The purpose of organized trips is not only a cognitive element, but also an educational one.
Thank you to A. Czerwińska and E. Moczek for help in caring for students. Without the additional teachers, the trip could not take place.
Educators of classes: 5,6,7: J. Kuczyńska, I. Pieczka, M. Krężelok (tour manager)

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LAST UNIKIDS ACTIVITIES
Behind us the latest UNIKIDS activities, this time the children made fragrant soaps.
You can reuse the old soap - three fragrances and mixed with poppy seed or coconut . After adding water, they stimulated their hands for a long time with foam, later they translated the ingredients into silicone molds, choosing the right shape. The soaps were packed in plastic containers.
Thank you for great fun. We will definitely remember these activities for a long time.

/p.Ewelina Moczek/

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We are a school of good education!
From September 2017. until April 2018 We took part in the National Competition School of Good Education organized by the School of European Law. Our students completed the planned tasks and received the certificate of the Good Education School. I would like to congratulate all those who have made the effort to perform various competition activities and actively participate in the classes!
Coordinator of the competition - Agnieszka Czerwińska


Outdoor activities -IV graders
On 15/05/2018 we went to the area under the care of our Director Urszula Kal (nature teacher). Class IV students went to the ponds (to Mr. Jacek Niemczyk) and to the meadow. On the way we saw a stork walking, four toads and a scythe-singing deer, two deer and a lizard.
We also encountered a lot of plants, among others: garlic, mint, forest fern, margaret, nettle and purmite. We also saw the Łękawka river, whose source is located in Janowice. We used the sense of smell, hearing and touch during the journey.
You told us about all the plants and animals you met. The entire class was having a great time, because not every day nature lessons are spent outdoors.

Iga Portasińska, Kamila Klasa

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First place in the Interschool Nature Tournament
On the 17th May, sixth grade students: Ania Sawkiewicz, Jakub Portasiński and Bartosz Michulec represented our school at the Interschool Nature Tournament, organized by the School and Pre-School Complex in Kaniów. The competition aimed to draw attention to hazards to the atmosphere resulting from human activity and counteracting. Issues to the competition included building the atmosphere, types of climates, types of winds and sources of air pollution.
Our team has demonstrated great knowledge and skills. Congratulations!

/p.Sylwia Zagata/

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Independence stories about Janowice
On the 16th of May, our school students, their parents, grandparents and anyone who fancied it, could participate in the lesson about independence that took place in the Public Library in Janowice.
This is how Mrs. Alicja Englert wrote about the meeting. We thank her for her kindness, preparing the meeting and inviting to the library:
"On the 16 May an interesting meeting took place in our library, inaugurating, we hope, a cycle of discovering the story of the unknown, and related very closely to Janów's families. The meeting was hosted by Mrs Dorota Surowiak, chairwoman of the Society of Bestwin Earth Lovers. Mrs. Dorota, not only because of her function in the company, but because of her passion, she is interested in our local history. Slowly, as a chain link, thanks to people who remember those distant times, it connects facts, events, people and discovers new cards. We heard stories related to regaining independence, stories about local legionnaires, soldiers who "searched the way for the revival of the Homeland by way of blood and scars". About "Sokole" - the Gymnastic Society, which prepared young people to fight for free Poland, by raising physical and spiritual fitness. When organizing this meeting, we wanted these stories to be seen in the light of the day, so that the whole community would get to know them, complementing them with still unknown facts, and hidden among family mementoes. We are glad that the meeting was attended by young people, because it gives us hope that these stories will not be forgotten. I would like to thank all the participants of the meeting, especially Mrs. Dorota and Mrs. Jola Kuczyńska, for their help in organizing this event. "

/p.Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Project "Water"
As part of the ongoing inter-class project "Water", the summary of which took place on the World Water Day, students from the fifth and sixth classes during nature lessons made posters promoting water saving containing many interesting information about water, highlighting its importance in the lives of people, plants and animals. The fifth graders watched the movie "Kropla Wody" prepared by the Polish Humanitarian Action that made aware the problem of water shortage in Africa. And on Polish lesson, the students of both classes got to know the phraseological phrases associated with the word water, the family of this word and created notices, announcements, wrote open and official letters calling for the fight for clean water and its saving.
The World Water Day was established by the United Nations in 1992. The reason for the establishment of the holiday was the fact that over one billion people in the world suffer from a lack of access to clean water. This global action is to draw people's attention to the small amounts of drinking water that we have and the need to take care of them.

/p.Jolanta Kuczyńska, p.Sylwia Zagata/

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Spring walk!
On 8.05.2018, on a beautiful morning under the care of the tutor, Ms. Barbara Mróz and Mrs Urszula Kal-a nature teacher, students from class 1 went to a meadow near the school to observe changes in spring nature. The students "provided" with magnifying glasses and binoculars, using the senses of sight, hearing, touch and smell, with great interest observed the life of the meadow - they followed the path of ants, running spiders, saw flying butterflies, ladybirds, a hawk and a stork circling over the forest. The director showed children common meadow plants and taught their names. In the silence, the children listened to the croaking of frogs and singing of birds, and they recognized the plants by touch and smell, naming their individual parts.
Nature education in practice was an extraordinary event for children, they proved themselves in the role of "Little Naturalists" and returned to the class full of impressions, with great satisfaction and conviction that nature must be taken care of and protected.

/p. Barbara Mróz/

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The Anniversary of the 3rd May Constitution
On the 30th of April at our school we celebrated the anniversary of the 3rd May Constitution. School celebrations began with the introduction of the banner and the singing of the national anthem, then class 6 in an interesting way brought closer to the gathered the circumstances of this great event. The performance was also honored by songs sung by all students from grades 4 to 7, prepared under the care of Mrs. Anna Makuchowska. At the end, the headmistress remembers that on these holiday days on each house she would flutter a white and red flag.
/p. Iwona Pieczka/

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Independence lesson
On the 25 of April, a lesson about independence took place in our school, which was led by Ms. Dorota Surowiak, the bestwina catechist, chairwoman of the Society of the Bestwina Land Lovers and a passionate historian.
Students from 5-7 grade took part in the lesson. They heard stories about their place of residence, regaining independence, stories about local legionnaires, soldiers, in a word, great Poles, whose homeland was always close.
The lesson was organized as a prelude to the ceremony related to the century of Poland's regaining independence in the territory of the Bestwina commune.
Young people listened intently to the stories of Mrs. Surowiak. Some have recognized the stories of their grandparents and uncles in the history of soldiers.
For the next meeting, we invite all interested, not only students, in May to the Public Library in Janowice.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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The 8th Book Festival
On the 20th of April 2018, six students of our school took part in the Final of the 8th Book Festival, to which they have been preparing since December. We competed with seven schools: three from Bielsko, two from Czechowice, one from Porąbka and one from Skoczów. We could not get any place, although little was missing. In the reading knowledge competition we had ex aequo the third place with the school from Skoczów. In extra time, which consisted of guessing the pun, the rivals were quicker and they won third place as a last resort. The organizers have prepared beautiful book prizes for all participants and carers.
I am very proud of my pupils because they showed great diligence, commitment, ingenuity and, above all, knowledge and talent for acting as well as incredible personal culture. They also created a well-coordinated team. They were amazing! I am proud that I could participate in the festival with them.
Radio Bielsko about the Festival and in it pictures of our actors: -) >>>
http://www.bielsko.biala.pl/aktualnosci/37305/unikalna-inicjatywa-nauczycieli-ksiazka-jest-dobra-na-wszystko-wyniki
Julia, Martyna, Amelia, Sara, Grzegorz and Filip - thank you for such a beautiful performance!

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Earth Day
On the 23rd April, we celebrated World Earth Day again in our school. Students of grades I-III prepared the assembly, the aim of which was to promote ecological attitudes. Each of us is a resident of this planet, which is why each of us should feel responsible for her "sick" condition. Hints were then given to answer the question: "What can you do for the planet?"

The subject of extinction of bees was also discussed, and courtesy of Jordanek Family, we could see the beehive, clothing and accessories related to the work of the beekeeper. The passion for the work of their parents in the apiary was told by Martynka and Marek Jordanek. At the end, prizes for participation in competitions "Animals Around Us" and "Miss Spring" / information about contests in the tab Sukcesy /. The gymnasium was decorated with ecological posters made by students of grades IV- VII. I think that thanks to such meetings we bring up a society responsible for our planet.
/ P. Elżbieta Żmij /

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A trip to Bochnia
On te 20th of April , students of the first and second grade visited the oldest Polish Salt Mine in Bochnia, which in 2013 was included to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The tour began with a ride down to the ground, a dark, wet Campi shaft. The lift down to a depth of 212 m made a great impression on children.
The stay in the mine has the character of a journey during the time in which the students were also taken, thanks to the projection of a multimedia tourist route. The medieval mining techniques as well as the work of people and horses have been shown using holographic and interactive staging and spatial radio plays. In the memory of visitors, presentations illustrating the former ventilation system, transport systems as well as water flooding of underground pavements will remain for a long time. The students of our school had the impression that the work of the miners in the mine was taking place next to them.
 

One of the many attractions was a visit to the chapel of St. Kinga and a meeting with the Treasurer, a good spirit of the Bochnia mine. The visit ended with a stay in the Ważyn chamber, which is located on level VI "Sienkiewicz", 250 m underground. This place allowed our students to relax, play and eat a delicious dinner. And finally, no less important point of the program - the purchase of souvenirs.
We came back home full of impressions and unforgettable memories. It was an amazing adventure.

/p. Elżbieta Żmij/

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Dancing Zuzia
It is not known from today that at our school we have many talented students. They win prizes in competitions, achieve high academic results, show their acting, dancing, sporting and musical talents. Many students develop their talents also in out-of-school activities. On April's Friday afternoon, I was invited to the concert of the Jarzębinka Dance and Song Group from Bielsko Biała, in which the second grade student Zuzanna Goryl appears. These were two great hours of admiring professional dances and movement systems connected to the song.
Source: www.bck.bielsko.pl
Pictures can be viewed >>> or on facebook >>>
/ P. Elżbieta Żmij /


"Peter Rabbit"
On Wednesday, 18th of May, 30 students from our school, under the care of Mrs. Teresa Maroszek, Ewelina Moczek, Agnieszka Czerwińska and Paulina Giercuszkiewicz managed to go to the cinema. This time it was a great story "Peter Rabbit". The malicious, unruly and inquisitive Peter Rabbit is an exceptional figure; his bold adventures bring up new generations of children around the world. In the comedy "Peter Rabbit", the war of the title character with Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleeson) goes to a whole new level - perhaps the highest possible. The fight is, of course, about the control of Mr McGregor's garden and about the heart of the neighbor (Rose Byrne) who is in love with animals. He liked the film very much. We were returning in "bunny" moods, which is visible in the picture :)
/ Agnieszka Czerwińska /


I'm polite and I'm not ashamed of my behavior
During the classes with the teacher, the 4th class students completed the competition task from the School of Good Education. This time we talked about how to behave in difficult situations that can cause us to get angry and violent reactions. The students watched the movie in two parts. In the first of them, the beginning of a situation that could cause a conflict was presented. Next, the groups discussed ideas about how these situations could go on and how they should end. After discussing the results of the group work, we watched the second part of the film that presented the right endings. Most of them were predicted by students. The summary of the work was to draw attention to the fact that not every event looks as it seems to us, and not everything that someone did to us - he did it specifically or maliciously. It is worth first to calmly explain the situation. This is what a person we perceive as being polite and cultivated.
/ coordinator of the competition - Agnieszka Czerwińska /
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20.04.2018 The Grand Final of the 8th Book Festival! Keep your fingers crossed for us!
The Book Festival has its Facebook profile, you can like us >>>
Jolanta Kuczyńska and the festival team: Amelia Staszewska, Filip Frączek, Grzegorz Köhler, Martyna Ziobro, Julia Wójcik, Sara Kondratowicz


Bibliography workshops for 7th graders
On the 13th of April the seventh graders, together with the Polish teacher, went to the Public Library in Janowice for workshops related to the creation of bibliographies, footnotes, providing sources of information, photos.
Mrs. Alicja Englert explained to the young people how to do it in an interesting and accessible way. She also added that they can always come to the library, and she will help them in the selection of materials and in the creation of a bibliography.
Information and skills are needed by seventh graders to provide reliable sources when creating presentations, papers, and developing various types of topics.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Colorful Coral reef
Behind us, the next UNIKIDS classes during whch the kindergarden group Rybki and class from 1-3 performed their own "Coral reef". Students poured water into plastic containers and then water glass (it is an aqueous solution of sodium, potassium silicates). After combining these two ingredients, they precisely poured multicolored metal salt into the containers using a small teaspoon. In this way, the salt froze to create beautiful patterns that are reminiscent of small fish swimming in the coral reef. The packed children's work were taken home, where they will become a beautiful decoration of the room. We are waiting for the next classes, we will see what the organizers will surprise us.

/p. Elżbieta Żmij/

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Repetitive games- Polish language
Repetition and preservation of the material before the test may look very different. The fifth-graders had the opportunity to face a contest of questions that they themselves developed. They decided themselves that they would be divided into two groups: male and female. The "Replay" competition won the girls, they were amazing! The boys were a bit weaker. The review will take place soon, with the next summary of the Polish language section.
In addition to the repetition, the fun was aimed at integrating the class. The fifth-graders showed high culture, empathy, knowledge and the ability of cooperation.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Volunteers in action - a visit to the Residential and Rehabilitation Center TOGETHER.
On 11th April volunteers from the School Volunteer Club visited the center of Bestwina, where people with mental disabilities are staying. Residents together with their carers prepared for us an artistic program, a symbolic show, dances to which we were also invited and a sweet treat. We gave them cups bought from the money collected during the sale of reusable bags. The names of the inhabitants were placed on the cups, which made the gifted a great joy. However, our visits, joint conversations and dances made them much more important. As a thank you, we received a souvenir of hand made by the residents of the resort.
For many people it was the first meeting with people with mental disabilities. Very quickly, however, contact between volunteers and residents was established, and common fun overcomes the barriers. After returning, questions about further cooperation appeared. Students want to engage in similar activities, which indicates their high sensitivity to other people and great hearts. I was proud of my volunteers. Only 7 people could go, there were many more willing.
We would like to thank the residents, Mr. J. Warzesze, Mr. A. Dutka, Mr. Driver, Mr. E. Moczek and all, who contributed to the fact that the meeting could take place.
Jolanta Kuczyńska
and School Volunteer Club
 

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"Mysterious garden" in a jar, an idea for reading!
I offered pupils to make a similar jar as part of discussing the "Mysterious Garden". I liked the idea very much. Here are the effects of work. The next ones will be presented soon. The first "garden" was made by Martynka Jordanek.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/
 


Successes in the competition "Animals Around Us "
Only six students took part in this year's edition of the Regional Animals Around Us competition organized by SP no. 2 in Czechowice-Dziedzice. Participants were: Kacper Dittrich, Amelia Pycia, Wojciech Pycia, Ewa Stanclik and Zuzia Goryl made very imaginative and aesthetic works of art. Wojtek for the collage entitled "Kameleon" received the award in its age category. The poem Fri "My holidays" was written by Magdalena Kozłowska, who received the prize in the category of younger classes.
Congratulations to the winners, thank you to all participants and encourage you to participate in competitions.
/p. Sylwia Zagata/


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Unikids - bath salt
At the next Unikids meeting, students from grades 1 to 3 met different types of salt, including Himalayan and bath salt, and had the opportunity to create their own bath salt. To this end, the students first watched and sniffed the ingredients that can be added to the bath and carefully listened to what properties they have: for example, lavender has a calming effect, warming cinnamon, and coffee is a natural pilling for the skin. Next, the children, according to the precise instructions of the leading lady, put in the containers the right amount of salt and the ingredients of the composition, which were chosen by themselves, and thoroughly mixed them. Later, the students selected the fragrance of the oil for their composition, which they then added to the mixture they had created before and mixed it again thoroughly with gentle stirring. At the end, everyone poured their salt into the box and decorated it with information about their own product. On this day, everyone took advantage of a long relaxing bath with the addition of a hand-made bath salt (even the biggest bruda;))
/p. Ewelina Olejak/

 

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Classes with ornithologist
As part of the natural project "Understanding the World - classes in nature through experiment",
twelve students under the care of Mrs. Maria Drewniak and Mrs. Sylwia Zagata participated in natural activities carried out by ornithologists. Mr. Dariusz Czernek and Stanisław Gacek in an interesting way presented to the children a lot of issues related to the life of birds, their migrations and routes of spring and autumn migration. They presented the nests of the scythe, ridge, ball and swallows. They talked about nestlings and nests. They showed the nest boxes, discussed the way they were built.
The film by Mr. Dariusz presenting the birds of our surroundings was very popular. The children asked many questions. In the second part of the class, pupils equipped with binoculars and guides under the guidance of the leaders watched and recognized birds in the field. We had the opportunity to see the buzzards, hear the woodpecker and the titmouse. Classes were very successful.
/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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Mysteries of Carboniferous Forests
The fifth grade students in the voivodeship competition "Secrets of Carboniferous Forests" prepared beautiful works referring to the "Green World" from 300 million years ago. They demonstrated the ingenuity and knowledge of the nature of the humid equatorial forest. The works of Ania Sawkiewicz, Jakub Portasiński, Weronika Honkisz, Bartosz Michulec and Ola Niemczyk were sent to the Institute of Geology in Sosnowiec. We will receive the results of the competition in May.
/p. Sylwia Zagata /

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Honorable mention in the competition "What will I do to make the air I breathe clean?"
The film was prepared by the fifth-graders: P. Barut, K. Czana, M. Jordanek, S. Kondratowicz, G. Khöler, P. Maga, A. Pilska, N. Stanclik, M. Staszewski, J. Wójcik, F. Wiewióra, M. Ziobro along with the tutor.
The competition took place as part of a micro-project called "The air knows no boundaries" run by the Association "Beskydy Region" together with the Slovakian partner of the Bitter Region of Beskydy from July 2017 to June 2018. It includes a number of activities aimed at preventing the degradation of the natural environment as well as aiming at raising the ecological awareness of the inhabitants of the Beskidy Euroregion, contributing to saving the natural and cultural heritage for future generations.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Easter in 3rd class
3rd graders students were also preparing for Easter. The Easter bunny had earlier brought them gypsum eggs, which they themselves adorned with acrylic paints. In contrast, the children thanked the bunny for the surprise and prepared his likeness from plastic cups and colored felt and foam.

/p.Ewelina Olejak

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Easter decorations
Two weeks before Easter, the second-graders were sowing oats in decorative pots, which grew over admiration. Just before Easter, the children made knitted woolen and bunnies from buckles, placed them on sticks and dug into the ground. Mrs. Ela gave away after chocolate egg and the hand-made tuning was ready. I think that he has appeared on many a spring table, because nothing gives as much joy as a self-made decoration.
/p. Elżbieta Żmij/

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A day of colorful socks
The 21st of March is not only the beginning of the spring calendar, but also the World Day of People with Down Syndrome - Colorful Socks Day.
The date itself - a combination of numbers 21 and 3 - is also not accidental, because in the 21 chromosome pair, healthy people have 2 chromosomes, while people with Down Syndrome - 3. Hence another name for this disease - trisomy 21.
Every child develops in their rhythm, has their talents and difficulties, has their dreams and needs. Children with Down Syndrome are distinguished primarily by their face. Its characteristic appearance immediately indicates that children are richer. Richer with one extra chromosome 21, who is responsible for Down's syndrome. But this "wealth" brings problems. The biggest with health and science. At the same time, it allows us to live in a world where there is honesty, a need for love, hugging, caring, and no calculation.
Once again our students and teachers joined the celebration of the Colorful Socks Day by putting on two mismatched socks, symbolizing mismatched chromosomes. In this way, we wanted to show that we are integrating with people with Down Syndrome and their families. Also on this day, a journalist from Radio CCM visited our school, who talked with our students about the celebration of that day. Children showed great wisdom, empathy, sensitivity and tolerance.
From the first moments of life, a child with Down's syndrome, like any other, should be loved, recognized, accepted, and provided with security and respect. Weronika is really a unique flower in our small school community.
/p. Elżbieta Żmij/

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Spring trip to the cinema
On Tuesday, 20th March, we went again for the cinema. We set off with 20 students under the care of Teresa Maroszek and Agnieszka Czerwińska. This time it was a fairy tale "Gnomeo and Julia. The story of missing gnomes. "
Famous Gnomeo and Julia from popular animation are back in a brand new movie! When Gnoemo and Julia come to London with their friends, their main concern is to prepare the garden for the upcoming spring. Soon, they notice that in London people are stealing garden gnomes on a mass scale. When it turns out that only two of them are in the garden, there is only one person who can be summoned to ask for help ... Sherlock Gnome.
Sherlock comes to the rescue with his inseparable companion - Watson. The investigation will lead our heroes to unexpected places, learn new ornaments, together with which they will explore the unknown corners of the city.
As always, there was no time for delicious food, and then for the bus and the house!
/Agnieszka Czerwińska/


Success in the Third Communal Club Competition FOUR SEASONS - Spring
The subject of the competition organized by the common room at the ZSP in Bestwina was "Miss Spring" .
The goal of the competition was to develop creativity, imagination, creative imagination of children, improving artistic skills, developing children's abilities and interests.
The students from the second class joined the contest mostly often.
The first place in the second-class category was taken by Magdalena Kozłowska.
In the fifth grade category, the first place went to Filip Słowik, and Martynka Jordanek took the second place. Congratulations!
/ P. Elżbieta Żmij /

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We want to breathe with clean air!
Durng the nature lesson, the fifth graders, as part of the competition "Śląskie bez smogu" made posters referring to the subject of air pollution. The aim of the competition was to educate and popularize activities that reduce the formation of smog. The students showed great knowledge, ingenuity and diligence.
On the other hand, students of grades 4-7 during the Polish language classes had the opportunity to watch educational films as part of one of the activities of the micro-project named "The air knows no boundaries."
One of the elements of the project was participation in the competition, which consisted of producing a short film (from 15 to 120 seconds) entitled "What will I do to make the air I breathe clean?", The film was about the issue of air pollution in the Polish-Slovak border region (Eurobeskidy Region). The fifth-graders decided to take part in the competition and made a film in which they presented behaviors that should be avoided, make the air cleaner and in which they advise what to do to improve the air quality. You can not publish a movie to announce the results of the competition, but we will do it right after they are announced.
The creation of the film was connected with the implementation of the core curriculum from the Polish language, nature and the preventive and educational program. We've learned a lot.
/Jolanta Kuczyńska, Sylwia Zagata/

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The day of the nicest women at school:)
On the 8thMarch in our school, as good customs tells, boys and men celebrated International Women day. First, during a short performance, members of the Students' Self-Government presented the female nature in a funny way. Some of them even had to dress up as women for that purpose, which of course triggered unrestrained bursts of laughter among those gathered in the gymnasium. After this happy performance, the time has come to handle flowers to ladies and sweet bracelets to the girls. The nicest, however, was at the end. The boys honored their friends they had chosen during the "secret ballot". The nicest girl in grades 1 - 3 was chosen Maja Rezik from class III, and in class 4 - 7 Natalia Bubak from class VII. However, these are not the only girls in the school to which the boys gave their votes. The rest can be seen in the pictures. The winners received crowns and sashes, and for all nice women were fired salutes with confetti and white rose petals. On that day all women felt appreciated and amused.

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Preventive workshops in class 6
On Friday,9th March , 6th graders took part in workshops conducted by Ms. Dominika Wąsik and Marek Wąsik from the Positive Prevention Academy in Cracow. The subject matter of the classes concerned broadlyhow to understood emotions. Participants began with what emotions they know, which in general can be divided into pleasant and difficult ones. The host noted that it's not easy to call your emotions, and sometimes it's hard to realize what we really feel. And so we went to a difficult emotion - anger. It turned out that anger is often the tip of the mountain. If, however, we look deeper into ourselves, there is a sense of harm, humiliation, injustice, regret, sadness and anger at the bottom. Sometimes it's easier for us to scold someone in anger, to insult than to start talking a lot earlier, to say what hurts us, it annoys. It depicted the "anger fever" on which each student marked what he felt in some chosen situation. Then the participants took part in the exercise, which helped them to understand how emotions often obscure the true picture of the situation, that in emotions it is very difficult for us to control ourselves. In turn, in the exercise showing the outburst of anger (pierced balloon) and the ability to speak calmly about their emotions (slow release of air from the balloon), everyone unanimously stated that the second way is definitely safer and more appropriate. The argument was that we would not hurt anyone, offend and avoid a conflict.
 

At the end, Ms. Dominika reminded the students that two ways of communication had already been learned, namely the language of the jackal and the language of the giraffe. When we use the first one, we will always hurt someone, offend, humiliate and avoid conflict. However, using the "giraffe language" we build our message in four steps: "I feel (we call our feeling) ... when (we describe the situation that causes this feeling) ... because (we express our need) ... I expect (we express our expectations about the behavior of the other person ). Speaking "the language of the giraffe", meaning speaking about your feelings, needs and expectations, guarantees us to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts.
The classes were very exciting and everyone was very involved and creative. The time spent at the workshop has been fully utilized, and the participants have nothing else but to implement the acquired knowledge and skills in mutual relations. Good luck!
/Agnieszka Czerwińska /

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Meeting with a policeman
On Thursdaythe 8th of March, 6th grade students visited a policeman from the Police Station in Czechowice-Dziedzice, Mł. Asp. Kamil Chrapek. The sixth-graders are approaching the magical "13th", an age in which they begin to face criminal responsibility for their actions. The policeman presented the students in great detail, what are the transgressions of the law and what are the legal consequences. He also gave examples of situations where seemingly innocent "jokes" ended tragically. The meeting took place in an atmosphere of concentration and mindfulness. In each student's words, the policeman's words have probably made him reflect on his behavior and hope that valuable information will be used in the right way in the future.
Thank you very much Kamil Chrapek for a fruitful meeting!
/ school educator - Agnieszka Czerwińska


The competition "Prevention is better than cure"
On the 15 of February, the first stage of the contest "Prevention is better than cure" took place in our school. The following students took part in it: Marek Jordanek, Krzysztof Kasolik, Sara Kondratowicz, Katarzyna Zawada, Weronika Szymańska, Alicja Stanclik, Natalia Bubak, Bartosz Michulec, Dawid Stefański, and Dominik Stanclik.
On the 28th of February at the municipal stage our team was represented by: Katarzyna Zawada, Krzysztof Kasolik and Dominik Stanclik. The students of our school won the commune stage and thus they will fight for the best place on the poviat level.


Good luck !- Sylwia Zagata, Monika Krężelok


Fire Knowledge Competition
On Wednesday, the 7th of March 2018. the Fire Knowledge Competition took place. The following students took part in it: Frączek Filip, Olszewska Zofia, Stefańska Maja, Kiedron Paulina, Michulec Bartosz, Janota Krzysztof and Portasiński Jakub.
The first place went to Janota Krzysztof
The second place was taken by - Michulec Bartosz
The third place reached Portasiński Jakub
These students will represent our school at the municipal level.
/p. Monika Krężelok/


International Women's Day in 5th class
The 8th of March in the 5th class was very nice. The boys handed the teachers and their females friends beautiful flowers and wishes.


On behalf of all women, small and large, I thank you for that:)
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


What's up to with actors and journalists?
During the second term of the school year our work will focus on developing literary skills, but we do not intend to give up the theater activities. Before us, among others realization of a short competition presentation for the Book Festival and preparation of a fairy tale for the residents of the Razem w Bestwinie Association.
The last classes were devoted to the acquisition and consolidation of the ability to search for difficult words, phrases, expressions in various types of dictionaries: phraseological, symbols, spelling, etymological, correct Polish, foreign words and encyclopedias. The task turned out to be quite difficult, but not impossible to be done.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


The Mother Language Day
At our school, the Mother Language Day was celebrated on the 21st of February. The students had the opportunity to supplement their knowledge in the field of spelling, punctuation, phraseology, symbols, motifs. It was interesting, and the newsletter with difficult words will resemble this week for a while.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Qualification results - the Book Festival 2018
The eliminations of the 8th Book Festival, which will take place on the 20th of April, have been resolved.
The qualifying committee was composed of:
dr Gabriela Machaczek and mgr Roman Waluś (University of Technology and Humanities in Bielsko-Biała),
Renata Kruszyna, MA (Pedagogical Provincial Library in Bielsko-Biała),
MA Jolanta Biernat, MA Katarzyna Zioła-Zemczak and dr Dorota Siwor (Regional Center of Teachers' Improvement "WOM" in Bielsko-Biała).
The team consisting of: Martyna Ziobro, Sara Kondratowicz, Julia Wójcik, Grzegorz Kӧhler, Amelia Staszewska, Filip Frączek, Jolanta Kuczyńska-guardian - has passed the qualification positively!
Now we have to finish reading books, and there are many of them:
1. J. Brzechwa "Akademia Pana Kleksa" 2. Polish fairy tales (KW Wójcicki, "Szklana góra", "Waligóra i Wyrwidąb", "Diabeł Rokita", "Boruta (I)", J. Kasprowicz "On sleeping knights in the Tatras ") 3. A. Chylinska" Zezia, Giler i Ochak "4. R. Dahl," Charlie and the chocolate factory "5. FE Burnett "Mysterious Garden" 6. R. Gościnny, J.J. Sempé "Mikołajek" 7. T. Janson "Stories from the Moomin Valley" 8. S. Lewis "Opowieści z Narni. A lion, a witch and an old wardrobe "9. A. Maleszka" Magic tree. Red chair "10. R. Piątkowska" A tale about what happened on the Biała River in the past "11. M. Twain" Przygody Tomek Sawyer "12. M. Wojciechowska" Kids of the World ".
Keep your fingers crossed for us!
/ P. Jolanta Kuczyńska /


Witold Chromik - the finalist!
Once again Witold Chromik won the title of the Finalist at the Regional Contest of the Polish Language. Witek, to reach the third stage, had to read the additional 6 books, master the material from the whole 7 class (Polish language) and learn on a regular basis. He devoted his free time for preparations to the competition, including holidays and days off from didactic classes (preparation for the competition with a Polish teacher and reading, reading). At that time, Witek was not resuspended from the work and tasks. This is why he should be awarded!
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Volunteer in the kindergarten
One of the activities within the framework of volunteering is reading to the preschoolers by students from the older classes. Marcel Ochman, a seventh-grader who has won the hearts of younger colleagues, is amazing. It should be added here that Marcel has unusual diction abilities, he interprets the lyrics well and for 3 years he is a member of the theater team in our school.
/ P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


The support for Paweł!
As a part of the Academy of the Future, the School Volunteer Club supports Paweł in education. We are all (donors) co-founders of the index, thanks to which volunteers are able to help Paweł to overcome difficulties at school and beyond. Here is his drawing and information about his progress.
/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Winter fun on snow
During PE classes 3rd graders used favorable weather and went to the school playground to play and practice on the snow. Of course, everyone were properly dressed, protected from the cold and armed with a sledge ;) To warm up, the students got into groups of three and made a ceremonial ride on a sledge around the pitch, changing during the passage of places. Then the three races were held, during which everyone fought hard to win and rushed in breathlessly. Then, from sledges, children formed a protective wall, behind which they hide and their friends aimed at the wall with snowballs. The smile did not leave anyone's mouths throughout the whole time of play.
 


At the end, with the permission of the tutor, all the students threw snow on her, because in the end without it the fun would not be fully successful, and just like to have fun, and the teacher was happy too;)
/ p.Ewelina Olejak /
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UNIKIDS classes
The oldest group from kindergarden called "Teddy Bears" and Classes I-III once again participated in UNIKIDS activities. This time, the children made a very nice toy - "stress ball". After mixing the potato flour with water, a fantastic mass was created, which the children could play for a moment. Later, using a funnel, they poured it into the balloon. After setting up the toy was ready, it was left to adorn it with eyelets, hairs according to students own idea.

 

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European classes
As part of the repetition about Europe, the sixth-graders had the opportunity to consolidate the knowledge gained through the use of an interactive whiteboard. The students' task was to match the capitals to the European countries, select the appropriate flag, select the countries belonging to the European Union and solve many interesting commands. The students coped well with the arrangement of prepared scattered with information about Europe.
/ P. Sylwia Zagata /

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Book Festival
On the 16th of February we handed over the works that will determine whether we will qualify or not for the 8th Book Festival, which theme is: "School from the past, school in the future". The main motif of this year's edition is the Academy of Mr. Kleks wriitten by Jan Brzechwa.
/ P. Jolanta Kuczyńska /

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"Angels are among us" - Saturday event
The unfortunate event of influenza among students cause that the annual Christmas performance ending the first half-year of the school year, took place during the Lent period. The universal theme, and young actors and the dance of artists, made the spectacle move the hearts of everyone. Also the form was difficult, different from the one that had been hosted on our school theater boards so far. This time - a stage adaptation of Dorota Terakowska's novel "Where Angels Fall". It was very serious. There was a topic of loneliness of a child among parents who were occupied with themselves, ridiculed old age, abandonment, homelessness, social insensitivity, death, incurable disease, ridiculed faith and glorified modernity. Everything ended well, Angel regained his symbolic wings, child health and family himself.
Unfortunately, in reality it is not always so beautiful. Let's take care of ourselves and try not to lose what is the most precious in the family - love for another person, interest in tchem and sensitivity, because we may not be as lucky as Ewa and her family.

 

Big thanks to all who have joined in the preparation of this important event for our community, which allows you to present the talents of students and show your school from a slightly different angle.
Thank you for all kind words, appreciation and financial support.
Jolanta Kuczyńska,
on behalf of everyone creating the spectacle

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The meeting with the writer
On the first day after the winter holidays, pupils from I to III grade were invited to the Municipal Library in Janowice for the meeting with a children writer. Mr Wiesław Drabik was a man of great sense of humor and patience. Children listened curiously to the stories about his creative work, ideas for books and personal life. They were involved in solving puzzles, arranging rhymes, for which they were rewarded with colorful stickers. Our students showed great knowledge and creativity. After classes, many parents were "taken" to the library for Mr. Drabik's books.
/ P. Elżbieta Żmij/

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Valentine's Day
During English classes, 4th graders wrote letters to St. Valentine with the use of 5 words given by the teacher. Group working seemed out to be a great fun. The students showed their creativity and sense of humor.
/ P. Aleksandra Mąkosa /


Workshops - glycerine soaps
On the 25th of January the workshops were a surprise. The children took part in soap workshops, where they familarize with the secrets of soap production. They saw glycerin in the form of a solid, smell and select aromas, choose the colors of dyes for their handicrafts. Then, the silicone molds poured their own additives, that iscoffee, oatmeal, salt, sequins and various types of sparkles. With the help of leading children, the molds were filled with dissolved glycerine. After cooling the soaps in the refrigerator, the pupils packed them in cellophane. Children which for various reasons could not participate in the workshops, were able buy soaps at the school bazaar. Teachers taking care of the children during the workshop: Ewelina Olejak, Agnieszka Czerwińska and Ewelina Moczek.
/ p.Ewelina Moczek /

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Winter camp 2018
From 29.01-02.02, the winter camp took place in our commune. 15 pupils attended from the school in Janowice. Everyday we met at the Bestwina school, where we were waiting for various attractions in the form of trips or stationary classes. On the first day we went to the cinema in Czechowice, where first we played bowling. For some of us, it was the first time. Then, after class at the cinema, we watched "Paddington 2".


The next day, we took part in first aid, dance and art workshops. At the end, we were familiar with electricity thanks to current technology classes. And so the second day was over. On the third day we had a trip to Żywiec, where we visited the museum and we met "Toys of our grandparents". There, each of us could personally paint a wooden bird, which was a great souvenir. Then we went by train to Mount Zar, we saw a huge reservoir and despite the cold wind, we returned very satisfied and pleased with the views.

We visited a hydro power plant, where we participated in the "Current - generation and safe use" classes. Unfortunately, our young age did not allow us to slide deeper into the power plant. However, we felt encouraged to get to know the interior of the power plant in the future. We spent the next day at school at the "Young beekeeper in apiary" workshop and as well as at dance and art workshops.
 

 

On the last day we went to Banialuka, to familiarize with the theater from the "middle". During the "Magical theater" class, we saw what it looks like to be on the stage, behind the stage, we could even feel how to be an actor and play scenes with dolls, puppets and props. We saw wardrobes full of beautiful costumes, a place where clothes and dolls are made. Now each of us will probably experience each performance in a more complete way. We also visited interesting and not all known place in Bielsko, namely the Hobbistic Center, where everyone can play interesting board games. You can buy them there, but you can also rent them. At the end of our winter camp, childrens had icing on the cake- Zabawowo! Needless to say, it was a great end of our week. And this is how the first week of our winter holidays passed, which will remain in our memory for a long time.

Big thanks to everyone who made it possible for us to spend our winter free time in such a creative and interesting way, and even the lack of snow did not stop us! Thank you to the Commune Office, GOPS, SP Directorate in Bestwin and Educators!
/P. Agnieszka Czerwińska //p. Agnieszka Czerwińska/

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Carnival ball for kids is an unusual day, often awaited for many weeks. On 16th January in our school appeared fairies, princesses, delicate butterflies, brides, soldiers, knights, pirates, policemen, Spider-Man, cosmonauts, boxes with Lego bricks, Star Wars heroes, and many more....it is impossible to count and exchange all these characters. On that day, the gym turned into a ballroom, and Mrs. Ela was a ringleader.


Everyone had a great time! The fun was varied with interesting competitions, and the winners were rewarded with sweets. Unfortunately, joyful play had to end. Another carnival ball in a year time.
We would like to thank you for the parents for preparing great costumes!
/p.Elżbieta Żmij/

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Competition- School of Good Behaviour
During the classes with the pedagogist, students from the 4th and 5th grade realized the next task of the competition. This time it was a workshop on "How they see you, they write you". We were wondering together what to read about the look of the person we see for the first time. The applications were very different, each had his observations. Some were similar, others quite different. The aim of the classes was to make students aware that often the first impression that makes our appearance on the other person is of the great importance. We have determined what influence our appearance and what to do to proclaim well about us.
/Coordinator of the competition - Agnieszka Czerwińska/

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Safety during winter holidays
Fifth-graders already know how to safely spend winter holidays. The students made a poster promoting a safe behavior, games and reminded themselves about safety rules. They know where you should not play and how to call for help if something bad happens.
/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Volunteering - Academy of the Future

The School Volunteer Club operating in our school supported the activities of the ACADEMY OF THE FUTURE operating under the NOBLE PACKAGE.

"ACADEMY OF THE FUTURE is an innovative educational program addressed to primary school children".

https://akademiaprzyszlosci.org.pl/o-akademii

The School Volunteer Club supported Paweł, to whom we funded an index that allows him to develop talents and overcome the difficulties he faces with. We're keeping our fingers crossed for him!

/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska - tutor of the Szkolne Klub Wolontariatu/


The fifth-graders remember about their grandparents
At the last educational lesson, students from the fifth grade prepared a wallpaper, which purpose was to remind everyone what important role in the family life are grandmother and grandfather, how much they can teach us, how many traditions and habits they pass on.
/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


Municipal contest for Christmas carols and pastorals
On 17th January, our school students took part in the municipal competition, where they presented their musical talent. They were: Joanna Wołoszczak, Iga Portasińska, Magdalena Szlosarczyk, Filip Frączek, Kinga Czana, Stanclik Alicja, Julia Wójcik and Anna Sawkiewicz. There were many participants in many categories. The songs were beautiful and varied. Our colleagues returned with book prizes and diplomas. In the duets category: Asia Wołoszczak and Magda Szlosarczyk won the first place, in the soloists category: Ala Stanclik took the second place, Filip Frączek the 3rd place and Ania Sawkiewicz 4th place. However, in the team category up to 10 people Iga Portasińska, Kinga Czana and Julia Wójcik won the second place. Together with the regional band our younger colleague, Weronika Kania, from second class also performed. They won the first place.
Good job!
/P. Agnieszka Czerwińska/
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Seventh graders success
10 students from the seventh grade participated in the National Competition of health Knowledge and its Protection - "MEDITEST", organized by the National Education Center. 5 students, that is, Natalia Bubak, Witold Chromik, Martyna Kubik, Patryk Kubik, Katarzyna Zawada obtained high places in the voivodship ranking, receiving a diploma of distinction. The other students Klaudia Kuczek, Piotr Zeman, Mikołaj Olejak, Angelika Mynarska and Marek Jordanek received the diploma of Recognition.

 


"COLORS IN TEST TUBES" - this was the main theme of the next Uniids class. During it, the children decanted, poured, mixed and discovered. The basis for the experiment was a decoction of red cabbage, mixed with for example: baking powder or lemon acid. It was a fantastic color madness.


 p.Ewelina Moczek/

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Tthe Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity
The goal of the 26th Final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity was to raise funds "for equal opportunities in the treatment of newborns." Once again, our school's teachers and their students joined this great initiative. A sunny but very frosty day did not discourage our volunteers in collecting. Ms. Iwonia Pieczka was accompanied by Ania Sawkiewicz and Bartosz Michulec, Ms. Ewelina Olejak with Ola Niemczyk, Karina Brańka and Krzyś Janota, and Mrs. Elżbieta Żmij - Krzyś Sobierajski, Magda Kozłowska, Miłosz Ochman, Paweł and Weronika Kania. Together we gathered - 4583,50 PLN, and in Mrs. Ela's tin, you got the largest amount in the whole commune -2180 PLN.
Big thanks to the inhabitants of Janowice, who once again support the action.

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How to help animals in winter time?
In winter, members of the Students Government obliged to help forest animals and birds. Thanks to the kindness of one of the parents we received a large amount of carrots, which we could taken to a nearby pasture and thus help hungry deers and hares. Also, the grain mixtures that students brought to school were regularly poured into a school birdhouses. Of course, this is not a one-time help because it should be remembered that if we started feeding animals, we must continue it throughout the winter as they count on us. We hope that they liked it because carrots were looking tasty and even the boys had a small healthy snack.
/p.Ewelina Olejak/

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Science workshops
The students of the fifth grade, as part of the consolidation of the information about the movement system, performed the elbow joint by the plasticine. They worked according to the instructions of the schedule. They also put their hands on a piece of paper, outlining its shape and marking individual joints. Thanks to such activities, children easily understood more difficult concepts and issues. Work on the lessons was exemplary.
/P. Sylwia Zagata/

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Unikids classes


Just before Christmas, another Unicids classes took place. This time, the children made delicious tea with dried fruits, just right for winter evenings. The tea was packaged in paper bags that the children had previously decorated at their own discretion.

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Christmas at school
21st December was a holiday of celebration for us
In the classes, benches changed into tables where each class shared a wafer wishing for all the best.

Then the entire school community met together to feel like one big family. Our celebration was enriched by the artistic performance of six-year-old pupils from the kindergarden, as well as by a nativity play performed by third-graders and singings conducted by students from individual classes.
 


Together, in an atmosphere of mutual kindness, we were caroling, enjoying the miracle of the Christmas world.
/P. Barbara Nycz/


"Spóźniony słowik" performed by four-graders
At the Polish language lesson, the fourth graders had the opportunity to present their stage possibilities. Those students who wanted to play the roles of Mr. Słowik and Mrs. Słowikowa and the narrator. The lesson was great, and the young artists discovered their talents.
/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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"Zemsta" on the school (class) scene
In order to get used to the drama of A. Fredro, the seventh-graders received a task which consisted in presenting a selected drama scene. They fulfilled the task wonderfully, as evidenced by high marks and applause. In addition, the students showed a sense of humor, creativity and acting talent, and proved that they can cooperate with each other, some played not only in their bands, but also played, statistic in those in which actors were lacking.
/ P. Jolanta Kuczyńska /

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Orthographic board battles
On 8th December, students fromf class 4 and 5 met on Polish lesson. They were given the task of creating board games that would "fix" the correct spelling. But that's not the end! To create such boards, the students were randomly divided into groups, then they had to determine the division of work, it turned out to be the most difficult. Experienced fifth-graders and willingly cooperating fourth-graders and advised this task. The result of the cooperation were unusual spelling board games, which the students checked during the next lesson.
During the lesson students: showed cooperation, learned to plan work, create rules and rules of the game, responsibility for the task assigned to them, work with a spelling dictionary, and noted and learned the words from the so-called spelling difficulties, and at the same time they had a great time.
/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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'Alice in Wonderland'
On 5th December students from classes 4,5,6 had the pleasure of watching the play "Alice in Wonderland" at the Polish Theatre in Bielsko-Biała, issued by the Bohema Theater from Cieszyn >>>
The students took a break to visit the historic building, which is the theater. They were delighted, they felt special, sitting in the boxes, on red chairs, looking through large gilded mirrors. The trip was successful. Thanks to the Parents' Council, which paid for the coaches, the students had to pay only for the tickets.
/P. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Pre-Christmas trip to the cinema
Last in this (calendar!) year trip to the cinema behind us. The atmosphere in the city is already about Christmas! When we came back it was already dark, so the lighting effects were amazing! In addition, it made our trip more attractive. This time, we watched Coco's tale. Little Miguel, fascinated by the guitar playing, dreams about following in the footsteps of his musical idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. The boy - against the family ban - wants to develop his talent at all costs. In mysterious circumstances, he goes to the extraordinary Land of the Dead, where he encounters a charming Hektor impostor and discovers his family history with him. Some have moved to tears! The care was provided by Teresa Maroszek, Ewelina Moczek, Agnieszka Czerwińska, and the group was large, almost 30 people! Of course, there are already questions about the next trip! It will be "next year" !!!


Rotation maps of the sky
In a sciencelesson, sixth-graders deepen their knowledge about space, by working with the globe and making many experiments. During the lesson, they made rotating maps of the sky used for orientation in the night sky. Thanks to such a map children will be able to determine what part of the sky is visible above the horizon at a particular moment, about which astronomical objects rise and take place.
The task required concentration and precision with which the students managed very well, showed accuracy and knowledge about the universe.
/P. Sylwia Zagata/

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Krakow tourist attractions
In order to consolidate the news about the largest highland cities, the fifth-graders prepared posters on the tourist attractions of Krakow. In their works, they presented the most important monuments of Krakow and objects inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.
Each group presented their poster wonderfully, enriching it with additional curiosities and beautiful photos.
/P. Sylwia Zagata/

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The visit of Santa Clause in the first class
On 6th December, the long-awaited guest visited the first class - Santa Clause! The children were preparing for this meeting a few days earlier - they read texts about Santa, they performed the likeness of a saint in art classes, but most importantly, all the first-yearers tried to be very polite. On December 6, the children were listening impatiently from the early morning to the bells announcing the arrival of this very nice guest. Fortunately, Santa Clause did not wait too long for himself and to the enormous joy of children he visited our school. He appreciated the efforts of his first graders and brought a beautiful gift to every child. Pictures taken with Santa are a great souvenir of this meeting.
Thank you!

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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St. Andrew's Day in First class
On 28th November, first class has celebrated St. Andrew's Day. During the Andrew's class game, the participants could look with a grain of salt in the future. The children learned what occupation they were destined for, they got to know the name of their future sympathy, and they drew a magical number that determined what would happen in the near future. The students made a popular - albeit slightly altered - divination with setting shoes. Children also randomly selected objects hidden under cups - on this day each prop had its mysterious meaning!

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Santa Claus in our school!


This year, we were a bit worried about Santa Clause arrival. The weather was not favorable for someone who travels by sleighs. From the morning, we were eagerly awaiting our guest with impatience and longing, but also with uncertainty.

And finally ! He came ... in a chaise! Tradition has been done!


All students of our school were given wonderful packages, and there was a lot of joy and fun!

THANK YOU SANTA CLAUSE and now we invite you for the year !!!
Also big thanks for Santa's elves.
We would like to thank all parents who have been especially involved in preparing a great day for students of our school. They were: Mrs. Magdalena Gębczyńska, Mrs. Rafał Waluś, Mrs. Marzena Moronczyk, Mrs Agata Dziergas, Mrs. Katarzyna Wójcik, Mrs. Sylwia Stanclik, Mrs. Stanisław Nycz, Mrs. Ewa Zeman, Mrs. Dorota Formas.
/P. Agnieszka Czerwińska/

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Everyone can become Santa Claus - Gifts for children from an orphanage
We have wonderful pupils in our school who can think about others. A student from fifth class, Julia Wójcik, who is the chairman of the Students government, initiated a wonderful campaign at our facility, which was aimed at collecting gifts for children from an orphanage in Bielsko-Biała. Of course, everyone willingly and with great commitment joined the action. Throughout the month of November, students brought packages full of goodies, stationery and chemicals, which will certainly be useful to children from the orphanage. At the end of the month, the students, under the supervision of teachers, sorted the gifts they had brought, and then packaged them to create colorful Santa Claus packages. Julia, who was the originator of the campaign, supported her parents very strongly from the beginning of the campaign, and at the end of the campaign, they showed their great support and helped to deliver quite sizable presents to the orphanage. In connection with this, on 5th December, Julia, as a representative of our institution, looked after the parents at the Children's Home in Bielsko - Biała, where carers and children from the institution were already waiting for her. The visit was a great experience for Julia and her parents. It was not without a snack, visiting the facility, conversations with new colleagues and their guardians. At the end, Julia received a beautiful gift for the community of our school in the form of a beautiful Christmas wreath and greeting cards that were hand-made by children from an orphanage.

The greatest joy, however, brought a smile on the faces of the recipients.

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Pupils from First Second and Third Classes in the theatre
On 1st December, students from 1 to 3 class took part in the performance entitled "Koziołek Matołek" performed by the actors of the Wrocław National Theater of Education. The children had the opportunity to see a well-known reading in the form of a theater play, in which also elements of the screening of the drawing film appeared. Everyone watched the play with great interest, and at the end they had the opportunity to learn what pantomime is and how actors use it in their work during mini theater workshops that took place just after the performance. After returning to school, the children enjoyed the trip and shared their impressions. We are already waiting for the next trip.
The organizers of the trip: Elżbieta Żmij, Natalia Wójcik, Ewelina Olejak

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St. Andrew's Day in third class
In this school year students from 3rd class showed great independence in preparing St. Andrew's Day. The students prepared various kinds of fortune-telling and games. So there was a lot of fortune-telling about the future wife or husband, a profession that students will perform interesting adventures awaiting them, for example a trip around the world, winning a Master Chef competition, flying into space, etc. In addition, divinations with piercing the heart with names were held girls and boys, who may in the future prove to be someone's liking, or the best friend or friend and divination with cups thanks to which it turned out that more than half of boys in the future will win the Polish champion. There were also refreshments, including delicious homemade cookies prepared by one of the girls. However, the most enjoyable fun was catching apples from the bowl with water only with the help of the mouth. There was a lot of laughter, but there were some daredevils who passed the test, even at the expense of a slightly wet shirt or fringe. We know that all divination should be treated with a grain of salt, but if some of them were once fulfilled, it would certainly be nice;)

/p. Ewelina Olejak/

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The snowman
The first snow inspired our students to make the snowman. Two brave seventh-graders in the sweat of theirforehead placed him on our school playground. Good job guys!


Second class pupils celebrate St. Andrew's Day
St. Andrew's Day is a great opportunity to have fun and at the same time it is a source of folk traditions and rituals. Currently, they have become a happy social meeting, providing many experiences, joys and emotions, and predictions are treated with a grain of salt. Predictions stimulate children's imagination, let them break away from reality and transfer them to the world of dreams and fantasies.
However, the kids were frantically waiting to find out who would change their marital status as the first of the class, be rich and who would succeed in life.
Everyone had a great time, the mood was good, because the foretold future can always come true. In fact, everything depends on us. It is worth remembering.
Divinations were interwoven with cheerful music. The game was successful. It is a pity that this time has passed so quickly ...

/p.Elżbieta Żmij /

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Teddy Bear's Day in second class
Heroes of fairytales, films and songs: Winnie the Pooh, Coralgol, Paddington, Miś Uszatek, Yogi, Rupert, My Brother Bear Little Bear, Care Bears and Gumi Bears. One can not imagine a world without a charming, gentle bear, so another year celebrated the feast of the most pleasant toy - a teddy bear. This time, the children invited their toys to physical education classes. Together, we sang a song about teddy bears, we took part in the play "The Old Bear Is Sleeping hard", and then we invited the stuffed animals to do gymnastic exercises. Most joy brought children overcoming the obstacle course with their teddy bears. After this lesson, we supplemented the energy of a small "a bit" (saying the most famous bear - Winnie the Pooh), or delicious Lubisias with chocolate filling. ALL THE BEST TEDDY BEAR!!!

/p.Elżbieta Żmij /

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The Municipal Competition for Recitation and Art!
On the 23rd of November the VII Municipal Recitation Contest "Autumn in poems for children" for classes I - III took place. Our school was represented by students: Amelia Pycia from class I, Miłosz Ochman from class II and Maja Brach from class III. The competition jury had a very difficult choice, as all participants were perfectly prepared, each one additionally had a great costume and props. In this difficult and even competition, our students turned out to be the best and in the literal sense of the word, as EVERYONE won the first place in their category !!!
The ladies who prepared the children were thanked, and these were Mr. Natalia Wójcik, Elżbieta Żmij and Ewelina Olejak.
Before the start of the competition, prizes from the Municipal Art Competition "Flows Wisla, flows", in which our students also took places and won, were given. In the category of class I, the prize went to Amelia Pycia, in the class II category - the first place went to Zuzanna Goryl, and in the grade III class also Nikola Mikoda received the first place.
We congratulate all the winners and wish them further successes!
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Code of Good Behavior
Task 1 of the School of Good Education was carried out and evaluated by the European Law Study Commission for 10 points, ie. the maximum amount! As a result of the work, the School Code of Behavior was created.
Here is the effect of our joint work:
1. A cultural student takes care of the school's purity, and respects the work of others.
2. A cultural student shows respect for the elderly.
3. A cultural student helps the younger, gives a good example to others.
4. A cultural student does not use vulgar words.
5. A cultural student does not use violence against colleagues.
6. A cultural student in class is polite, he does not chew gum.
7. A cultural student respects his own and other people's property.
8. A cultural student is always clean and tidy.
9. A cultural student is always punctual.
10. A cultural student calmly presents his reasons.

Coordinator of the competition - Agnieszka Czerwińska


A trip to the cinema as an interesting way of spending afternoon
On November 21, another 20 students could spend a cloudy afternoon in an interesting and cultural way. This time, we watched the tale of Emotka. Hidden behind the application we use, sending messages, the bustling city of Textopolis is the place where emoticons live and work. Each of them has a specific task and one particular emotion that thry expresses. Each except for Minka - a spontaneous, energetic emoticon that can express all emotions. Unfortunately, the defect threatens the whole phone, which is why Minek joins forces with his best friend - the "Five" and the super-hacreka Matrix to stop the upcoming catastrophe. Together, they embark on a huge, full of surprises and adventures journey through the nooks and crannies of the application to save Textopolis. After an exciting session, we nourished our bodies and satisfied and satisfied with the useful spending of time we returned home. As always, parents waited for us! Teresa Maroszek and Agnieszka Czerwińska were taking care of our students

/p. Agnieszka Czerwińska/


Preventive and artistic classes
On the last classes of the art club for I- III classes was a bit different than usual. It resulted from the absence of the artistic circle protector, Mrs. Ewelina Olejak. Before performing the artistic work, the students learned the meaning of the concept of tolerance. As on November 16th we celebrate World Tolerance Day. First, in the "wheel of fortune" game, participants guessed the password. Then during the chat some people got to know each other, and others fixed on what tolerance means. The summary was, however, artistic

/p. Agnieszka Czerwińska, p. Ewelina Moczek/

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Nationwide competition "Meditest"
Ten seventh grade students Natalia Bubak, Marek Jordanek, Martyna Kubik, Patryk Kubik, Klaudia Kuczek, Angelika Mynarska, Mikołaj Olejak, Piotr Zeman, Witold Chromik, Katarzyna Zawada participated in the all-Poland Meditest competition organized by the National Education Center of the Olympiad. The goal of the competition is to promote a healthy lifestyle among students, deepening knowledge of the structure and functioning of their own body. The competition took the form of a test consisting of 30 questions.
The results of the competition will be announced on January 5.

/p.Sylwia Zagata/


As every year, on November 11, we celebrate the anniversary of Poland independence. After 123 years of captivity, our country freed itself from the rule of invaders: Russia, Prussia and Austria. For over a century, Poland did not exist on the map of the world. However, the nation, its culture and customs lived.

To celebrate the Independence Day, a solemn mass was celebrated in our commune with the participation of the authorities, residents and flagship posters. Our school was proudly represented by: Banner Set composed of Julia Kut, Aleksandra Mędrala and Witold Chromik, and Mrs. Urszula Kal, the director of Mrs. Elżbieta Żmij. After the Mass everyone went to the Commune Office, where the main ceremony took place at the monument "That's what life gave to Poland" under which white and red flowers were placed.

/p.Elżbieta Żmij/


Independence Day Academy
On November 10, the ceremonial academy celebrating the 99th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland took place. At the very beginning a banner was introduced, a hymn was sung and the words independence, patriotism and fatherland were recalled.
Next, the performers presented their colleagues with a story about the difficult history of our country. The young artists graced the ceremony with well-known songs , accompanied by an interesting choreography.

 

Before the students went to classes, prizes were also given.
The director thanked to Anna Sawkiewicz and Aleksandra Niemczyk for participating in the "Letter to the Tate" competition.
Then Jolanta Kuczyńska presented prizes to all contestants (individual and collective) for the poster "Helping hand" and for the poem "Helping is cool".
The head student of Student Goverment -Julia Wójcik handed sweet gifts for a correctly solved independence crossword.
At the end, everyone present in a happy mood sang a soldier's song.
The academy was attended by fifth graders, two students from fourth grade and four from sixth grade. The academy was prepared by Mr. J. Kuczyńska in a cooperation with M. Piekarska and A. Makuchowska.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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We took a part in the musical: "Chronicles of Narnia"
Students from 5th and 6th class had the pleasure of watching and listening to the musical presented by the Forte Musical Theater. You can read about the performance at: http://teatrmuzycznyforte.pl/portfolio/opowiesci-z-narnii/
The pupils liked the light and sound effects, the character of Tumnus fauna as well as stage design.
Thanks to the Parents' Council, which paid for the bus, we could once again participate in the cultural event. One more thing is ahead of us this year, "Alice in Wonderland" at the Polish Theater in Bielsko-Biała.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


KABOOM - 1-3 students' experiment
On Wednesday, November 8, two UniKids meetings for pupils from 1-3 class took place. The children experimented again, this time the leading ladies showed 2 experiments - "LAMPA LAWA" and the exploding "VULCAN OF FOAM". The children were very involved, they discovered the secrets of new experiences and the smile on their faces was priceless :). We are looking forward to the next classes.

/p. Ewelina Moczek/

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Volunteers of the Volunteer Club in action!
From November 7, we will start selling bags that should replace disposable plastic packaging. Big thanks to: Bartosz Michulc, Jakub Portasiński and Julia Zolich, that they devoted their free time to sell bags. So far, we managed to collect about PLN 600. The money will be donated to a charitable goal.
Bags are sewn socially by students of the "Silesia" School Complex in Czechowice - Dziedzice and Mr. Bogusława Mojeszczyk-Zolich from the material donated by Mrs. Katarzyna Jordanek.

/Jolanta Kuczyńska, Sylwia Zagata/

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Reading differently, meaning "The Way of Alcibiades"
Sixth-graders at Polish language lessons played the roles of a judge, prosecutor, defender, guilty and jurors. The purpose of the dissertation was to determine whether the characters in the book (with Ciamciar at the helm) deserve punishment for applying the "way" to teachers. Let's add that the so-called the "way" of teachers turned out to be a "way" for students who have since expanded their knowledge of history and beyond.
Students, taking roles, had to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to argue, which they managed perfectly.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Passing on readers
On the 24th of October, the first grade students visited the Public Library in Janowice. It was an extraordinary visit, during which every first grader took a solemn oath and was favored by a librarian.
Children got to know the library, its collections, rules and principles to respect the books.
To commemorate this important event, the children received bookmarks that are a great encouragement to continue reading.
/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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School and kindergarten cooperation
Following the example of previous years in our school, students of older classes, after finishing the lesson, read to their younger friends from kindergarten different types of fairy tales in agreement with the group's educator. This year, students read the adventures of the "Franklin" series. Anyone who wants to read can read to preschoolers. This way of giving a few moments to the younger ones makes the tighten bound between present and future students. Students, for sharing time, notice the admiration in the eyes of preschoolers and feel the satisfaction of devoting time to others.
School Volunteering Club - tutor: Jolanta Kuczyńska

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Project title: I can do more and I can o more. Improving key pupils' competences in the Bestwin Commune.

The project aimed at 254 students and 29 primary school teachers in Bestwince, Janowice and Kaniów.

The main goal of the project is to raise the students' competences key attitudes and skills necessary in the labor market, reduce the deficits of students with special educational needs, including disabilities, through the implementation of additional and specialist activities and improvment of the professional competence of 29 teachers in the Bestwin Commune.

Benefits of participating in the project:
● development of key competences of students in supported schools,
● development of students' interests in mathematics and natural sciences,
● helping students with educational problems through didactic-compensatory classes,
● equipping schools with support in the equipment and teaching aids necessary to carry out classes in the project.

The project will be implemented from September 2017 to June 2019.
● development of key competences of students in supported schools,
● development of students' interests - mathematics and natural sciences,
● helping students with educational problems through didactic-compensatory classes,
● equipping schools with support in the equipment and teaching aids necessary to carry out classes in the project.

The project will be implemented from September 2017 to June 2019.


How to detect vitamin C and many more ...
Seventh-grade students during the biology class in order to learn the nutrients important for our body have made experiments to detect starch, fats in plant foods and have learned how to detect vitamin C in lemon juice. They formulated research problems, put forward hypotheses, drew conclusions from a given experience.
They prepared themselves perfectly for the classes and carefully used experimental materials. Each group managed to obtain the correct result of the experiment.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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Various forms of nature protection - a lesson with an activating method.
The fifth grade students at the nature lesson learned about the various forms of nature protection such as the national park, landscape park, nature reserve and natural monument. They noticed the importance of creating such areas. Working with the pyramid of priorities, they created a list of the most important principles of behavior . Children presented great knowledge and ingenuity.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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Szkoła Dobrego Wychowania

The implementation of tasks that we have to perform in the competition has started. In the classes there were meetings with the teacher on the theme of savoir vivre and the principles of good manners. During the class, pupils created an ideal student (some said: ideal - unreal) and the Code of Good Behavior. Based on them, the School Code will be developed. In this way, the first task will be carried out.
I am sure that we try to do all the best to make our school well-cultured. Everything is in our hands!

/Coordinator of the competition - Agnieszka Czerwińska/
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Integration classes in fourth class
Entering the new educational stage, pupils of the 4th grade took part in interesting activities integrating the team. During the various games and exercises they got to know their friends and themselves better. It was a lot of fun for students.
/ P. Agnieszka Czerwińska /


7th graders cultural Thursday
On the 26th October, seventh graders participated in two cultural events.
In the morning, they had the pleasure of watching the spectacle "Balladyna" at the Puppet Theater "Banialuka", and after returning to Janowice, an exhibition of works in the Public Library, portraitist and Mr. Zbigniew Popadiusz. Mrs. Alicja Englert told us about the exhibition, works and author of portraits. In many works, students recognized the faces of the famous people living in Bielsko-Biała.
Thank you to the Parents Council for covering transport costs.

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"Violent gale" - a theater circle on the school stage
On Thursday, students of the theater group performed "Violent gale" in front of their colleagues from grades 4-7, which was created as a result of the combined work of the School Volunteer Club with a school theater group. The script was written and based on real events that took place on the 12-13 August, 2017, and related to the cataclysm that passed over Poland and caused huge losses and deaths of up to 5 people. "Art" was aimed at spreading the idea of solidarity and selfless help from the need of the heart. At the end, the director thanked the actors and the guardian of the circle, she also pointed out that such disasters can happen everywhere. This time they missed us, so it is worth helping those who were not as lucky as us.

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5th graders- creating a poster
The fifth graders learn how to cooperate at every single opportunity. This time, they worked together to create the poster "Helping Hand". / P. Jolanta Kuczyńska /

 

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Science Experience - We investigate the properties of magnets.
During the science lesson, the sixth class explored the properties of magnets and their interactions, as well as the effects on various objects. They worked with the magnets, the horseshoes, and the ones they brought for the lesson. They learned the construction of the magnet and its practical use in everyday life.
The students showed great commitment and diligence.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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"Helping Hand" and "Help is cool"
From 11.09 to 11.10 in our school took place a plastic competition entitled " "Helping Hand". Students from first to seventh class took part in it. The work could be individual or team / class. Technique and format were optional
At the same time, there was an another competition entitled "Help is cool". The best works were created by students of junior class.
Before the work was done, the tutors teachers carried out their talk about help, the kinds of help and feelings associated with it.
Winners will be rewarded during the ceremonial academy on 10.11.2017.

 

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/

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Goes to the forest of Autumn Lady
Taking advantage of the arrival of the Polish Golden Autumn, we went on a short trip to the nearby forest. We admired the unusual colours, in which leaves changed the colour, listened to the sounds of the forest and breathed full breast. Pupils from the second class have proved that they are well aware about nature protection, knowing that they should take care of nature, and that in the forest they must not leave trash, burn fires, scare the animals or make noise. This was another good opportunity to raise the interest in nature, to enrich knowledge and to shape environmental attitudes. We explored nature by looking, listening and touching. Divided into small groups, the children looked for the things I asked, so "something red", "something hard" "something soft", "something green". The students showed remarkable observation and creativity bringing treasures of the forest.

/p. Elżbieta Żmij/

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Together we can do more- volunteering and ecology!
The School Volunteer Club from the Konopnicka Primary School in Janowice altogether with students from the Silesian School Complex in Czechowice-Dziedzice took part in an action, Mrs Katarzyna Jordanek had donated the material for ecological bags. The action is also a result of a joint operation of the club with the wheel of nature, because the sewing material bags is an element of action: "STOP foil disposable earrings!". Material bags are meant to replace foil disposable and commercial bags and thus protect our planet from unnecessary waste.
The next step in our efforts will be to encourageto the purchase of the bags. Some volunteers will be able to decorate them according to their own ideas. We hope to convince citizens of Bestwina and surrounding areas that our bags are great for pre-Christmas shopping or even for a gift.
The money gathered will be donated to charity.
We are very grateful to Mrs Katarzyna Jordanek, who volunteered by herself to give us materials and students from the Silesian School Complex in Czechowice-Dziedzice, who agreed to sew the bags in their spare time. I would also like to say thank you to all ladies who expressed their willingness to help in sewing bags.

/p.Jolanta Kuczyńska, p. Sylwia Zagata/

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The autumn adventure
Autumn is a great time to have a walk, admire the beauty of nature and consolidate your knowledge through the observation. Due to good weather conditions, pupils from the third class have visited the grove near to the our school and took a longer walk to the forest. The students recalled the names of the deciduous and coniferous trees and their characteristics, by which they can be identified with. They looked at all the layers of the forest and searched their inhabitants. In the wood they had the opportunity to see the pasture and talk about how important it is to help the animals to survive the winter. One of the students was so fortunate that while watching the lowest inhabitants of the forest layer he found the king of mushrooms - the noblewoman, but it was also nice to see the poisonous mushrooms that charmed their robes. The students also had the opportunity to look at the devastation in the forest made the last storm and could not believe that the wind broke such huge trees. Of course, during the walk, the children also developed their motor skills through natural obstacles: they jumped through a small stream, passed over a fallen tree and broke through a layer of undergrowth.

/p.Ewelina Olejak/

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Try to quess by the smell and taste

Pupils from the third class have discussed topics related to crop, cereals and fruit. In addition to theoretical knowledge, it was necessary to find out in practice what was not so easy. The students had the task of recognizing selected vegetables and fruits by smell and touch. Although some vegetables seemed impossible to guess, everyone was having a great time. At the end of the class everyone had the opportunity to taste the white variety of watermelon planted in the garden of one of their colleagues. It turned out that it was also a surprising experience because the watermelon looked like all the other watermelons, but it tasted like melon.

/p.Ewelina Olejak/

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We have started our cinema voyage

On the 10th October we have started our adventure with the cinema .A group of 20 students, under the care of Mrs. Teresa Maroszek and Mrs. Agnieszka Czerwińska set off on Tuesday afternoon to spend time in an interesting and pleasant way. This time we were on the fairy tale "My Little Pony". Traditionally, after the show we managed to get some good snacks and cought a bus to Janowice, where parents were already waiting in order to pick up their children. Everyone went back a bit tired , but also very happy. Of course there are questions about the next trip! Probably we will go in November. The priority will have people who were not during the October trip.

/p. Agnieszka Czerwińska/


Teacher's portrait contest settled out
    On the 12th October we have celebrated our National Education Day. During the academy, the rewards were given to students who won the art competition of the teacher's portrait of
The works of all the children were very beautiful and it was very difficult to pick out the three best works, so five of them were rewarded. Prizes received: Amelia Pycia, Joanna Murawska, Wojciech Pycia, Aleksandra Redosz and Zuzanna Goryl. Congratulations!

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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The National Education Day
On the 12th October at our school we have celebrated the National Education Day. Students from the third class altogether with older students from the Student Government prepared a set of short scenes from the school life. Although in real life, it is common that students make up thousands of excuses to justify lack of a task or preparation for classes or from time to time they give funny answer to questions. The most important thing is that they are very creative, and that is what teaching is all about. The performance was also filled with songs prepared by all studentsfrom 4 - 7 class under the supervision of Mrs. Anna Makuchowska. There were songs called "Advances", "Samba for Lady" and "Wishes". However, the most interesting point of the program was the moment when students from the 7th class played the song "Happy birthday" for all teachers on musical pipes. In the end, the students handed out handmade thank-you cards.

p. Ewelina Olejak

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Trip to the groove.
On the 10th of October, the first-graders went to a nearby grove to look at the plants. We paid special attention to the trees and the differences between them. Children with binoculars and magnifying glass saw needles and leaves of trees, they also observed that the leaves of each specimen differ from each other. The students also realized that the tree trunks differ in color and texture. At the end of our trip we were looking for signs of autumn, and found treasures we took to school.

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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The result of the contest "Knowledge of Trees".
Pupils from the fifth, sixth and seventh class seem to have brilliant knowledge about trees. They had to recognize the trees after their look, description and solve the dendrological crossword. The winners are Piotr Barut from the5th class, Marek Jordanek from the 7th class and Aleksandra Niemczyk from the 6th class.
Congratulations!

/p.Sylwia Zagata/


Yummy fruit salad!
First-class pupilss know that fruits are healthy and contain a lot of vitamins, so altogether they have decided to make fruit salad during their lessons.. Each child brought to school the necessary kitchenware and a favorite fruit, such as: apples, bananas, pears, peaches and other yummy products that children have chopped. Self-prepared meals have given children a lot of satisfaction, and the final effects looked and tasted amazingly.

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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Pupils from first, second and third class are experimenting
On Wednesday, the 4th of October the group of juniors from kindergarden and pupils from I-III class participated in Unikids classes that took place in the school.
They were the first of ten planned activities.
UNIKIDS Children's University is a science-based learning experience.
The lectures will cover many scientific disciplines, such as: Astronomy, Physics, Palaeontology, Medicine and Art.
In the first lectures the children learned what temperature the dry ice was, what will happen when we put dry ice in a bowl of water. Children watched the volcanic eruption of foam, learned how the balloon can be inflated in an unusual way.
It was a great fun!
We look forward to the next classes!

/p. Ewelina Moczek/

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Hate? An apple in the leading role ...
Hate is an Internet-based process targeted at individuals. A phenomenon that is increasingly common, about which not everyone are aware of leads to tragic consequences. Remember before you share something online - think about it twice! All parents should check what their children are doing online!
The roleplay with the apple during IT lesson brought students closer to the phenomenon as well as the film about Simon make Pupils aware of cyberbullying process. It is an element of hate speech that must be tackled, reported, reacted and not allowed to be futher cyberbullying. Hate is a form of psychic violence, and as with any other form of violence, everyone has the right to defend themselves.
More information on "How to deal with a child's hate experience"

/p. Danuta Uniwersał/

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The Animal World Day
On the 4th of October we celebrated the Animal World Day in the fifth class. It became an opportunity to present our student's pets. The pupils prepared beautiful descriptions, drawings and pictures of their animals, such as cats, dogs, hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits. Children talked about taking care of them. This Science lesson has also become an opportunity to show the problems of homeless animals.


The Animal World Day was established in 1931 at the Ecological Convention in Florence and starts the Animal World Week, which is taking place until the 10th of October.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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How do we get to know the world?
The answer to this question the first class students had tried to answer to. During the course they tried to identify the various objects by the usage of senses: taste, smell and touch. The blindfolded children tasted various food and tried to recognize them. The students had the opportunity to taste sweet, sour and salty products. As it turned out, product identification was not always an easy task, and sometimes there was a discrepancy between the students, but eventually each product was recognized. Then, with the sense of smell, children identified various odors. Lemon fragrance students recognized very quickly, but with the smell of orange and almond was slightly more difficult. At the end of the task the students had to recognize the objects hidden in the bag, of course only by the sense of touch. The children came up with great enthusiasm and bravely solved the next puzzle.

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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First class pupils celebrating Boy's Day

 

On the 29th September, the first class students have celebrated the boy's day. On this occasion the boys received gifts and wishes. However, it turned out that this is a great opportunity not only for boys, but also for their friends. The children were willing to engage in the fun proposed by the teacher and freestyle dances to the music.

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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Boy's Day at our school

On the 29th of September at our school Boy's Day was celebrated. Preparations for this holiday were made by the girls from the Student Government. They prepared a wall paper for this occasion, and also conducted a "secret" election for "the nicest boy in school". When the expected day came, the entire school community gathered for a brief appeal during which the results of the election were officially announced. All the people who were voted on were additionally rewarded, while the main electors received crowns and sabers of the nicest boy in our school. In class 1 - 3 it was Marcin Jachowicz from class 3 and in class 4 - 7 Witold Chromik from class 7.

/p. Ewelina Olejak/

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Youth Firefighters' Championship

In September, the Youth Firefighters' Championship were organised. This wonderful event took place in Bestwina, in which students of our school have attended in. The competitions were varied, such as the fighters, the relay or the musketeers. They required a lot of efficiency and endurance from the participants. Janowice won the first place and will represent the municipality of Bestwina in futher competition. Congratulations to all young firefighters from Janowice, including: Bartosz Michulec, Jakub Portasiński, Krzysztof Janota, Mateusz Woźniak, Marek Jordanek, Mateusz Lis, Damian Kopaczka and Bartłomiej Mynarski.

/Bartosz Michulec/

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Clean Up the World!
As part of the "Clean Up the World" action on Wednesday, Students from the sixth class during their science lesson have discussed the human activities leading to the reduction of rubbish in the surrounding environment. For this purpose they have worked on the metaplan method. They had a problem "What to do to make the world less trashy?" The students paid special attention to the need for segregation and the removal of disposable items. The task has certainly made us aware of the need of taking care of our natural environment.
Students from the forth and fifth class took part in the nature trip to the grove, where they were able to observe various mushrooms, insects, arachnids, rings as well as the possibility of admiring the autumn beauty that nature gave us.
The pupils in the grove solved ecological crosses, which were a summary of today's expedition.
On the same day, students from the sixth ands fifth class during their Polish lesson had the opportunity to talk about wise segregation of waste, multiple use of packaging and various types of objects, thereby reducing the amount of waste produced. Also, there were presented other ways of different solutions for waste separation and reduction of their production.
In addition, as part of the cooperation of nature lovers with volunteers of our school (and not just schools), the action "Stop fooliówkom!" Has already begun! Some people resigned from disposable foil packaging for paper bags and reusable packaging. Bravo!
But it is not everything!
Since October, "production"of reusable bags has started :)Soon we will present our work, which we hope will replace the commercials and foil disposables. The teachers, parents, students of our school, students of the Silesian School Complex in Czechowice-Dziedzice and the Public Library in Janowice joined our work.
Thank you!!

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska i p. Sylwia Zagata/


"How to take care of your skin ?"
In this schools year, students from the seventh class during their biology lesson will be learning about human body and the ways how to prevent many diseases that may threaten our health. On Tuesday we conducted an educational project on diseases and skin care for young people. The students learned how to care for the skin and how to help burn people. Also they learned how to recognize the disturbing changes on the skin. Many students have prepared interesting information on the topic.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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A first class policeman's visit


Safety education of the youngest pupils is a very important element of their education. The meeting with the police officer took place in the first week of our school year, during which we were talking about safety in school and on the roads.
We had an honor to talk with a policeman, a junior warrant officer, Kamil Chrapek from the Police Station in Czechowice – Dziedzice.
During the meeting, the children had the opportunity to talk about road safety, proper emergency notification, how to behave when a stranger starts talking to us, and things that are dangerous to the child and which should not be used by the child. Great excitement, however, aroused when the pupils could listen about policeman’s stories and had the possibility of touching, or even trying on some police accessories. Children could wear a cap, a bulletproof vest, touch the handcuffs or the police stick.
At the end of the meeting the students received the reflective bands they had promised to use. But it's not the end of the attractions yet! To the great excitement of the pupils, in front of the school there was waiting for them a real police car, which children could not only look at from the outside, but could also enter it and even turn on the lights and signals.

/p. Natalia Wójcik/

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Flora , Fauna and Natural Habitats World Day

 

On Tuesday, 19th September pupils from the sixth class on their science lesson had prepared maps about endengered species. They have acquainted
with the cause of endangered and thought about our role, in this process.
The lesson have ended with the movie presentation of „Korytarze życia” showing the life of two predators –the wolf and the bear.

/p. Sylwia Zagata/

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Volunteer Club
Since March last year in our school operates Volunteer Club.
On the 24th of March 2017 was held a debate: "What is volunteering?", in which lasses from 4-6 took part.
During the debate, there were PP presentations and films, to the theory of supporting examples and purposing the subject. Every movie was discussed. Films were also presented in order to educate students that our school has also been involved in volunteering for many years.During the discussion, many ideas about the functioning of SKW and possible tasks were discussed.

 
On the 20th of April 2017, our school's students, Roksana Formas and Natalia Ewa Mynarska, took part in an exam in their school, conducted a lesson on volunteering. Roksana completed a special volunteer course. The girls had an interesting way of approaching the present to the fifth class students on the topic of help.
On the 29th of May, we delivered three boxes of books to the Regional Methodological Center in Bielsko-Biała, which were handed over to libraries in hospitals.
Thanks to the kindness of many donors, we managed to collect books for children and adults. Students and preschoolers also performed launders for small patients and wrote letters. We hope that thanks to these gifts, the faces in the hospital were happier.
On the 9th of June, our students wanted to share with seniors (and not just) the knowledge and skills related to computer and computer software. Mrs Alicja Englert prepared a poster, invited the Public Library to take part in such activities. The Volunteer Club was in charge of selecting volunteers who had the right knowledge, skills and willingness to pass it to others.
During this school year we also planning to cooperate with the Student Government and the Missionary Circle. We would like to spread the knowledge about volunteering, help large and small, also animals and take a part various kinds of activities.

/p. Jolanta Kuczyńska/


The beginning of the new school year

 

   On the 4th September 2017 our pupils have met altogether after two months holiday break to celebrate the beggining of the school year. After the
mass in church, all student have gathered in the school gym to take part in the show. It has started with the formal opening, pupils from the third and first class gave a performance, in which they have recalled their summer adventures and have solemly welcomed all new pupils from the first class. With their teacher- Miss Natalia Wójcik- made a plight and received their first formal document- school card. At the end of the celebration the headmaster had welcomed all new pupils that had joined our school.

/p. Ewelina Olejak/

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