I would like to inform you that we will continue our school basketball and soccer trainings in this school year.
The classes will be run by Mr Tomasz Wojnowski – a basketball coach since 2004. He has worked in clubs in Poland and abroad (Germany, Luxemburg) at various levels and in different age categories, both in the male and female sections. Additionally, in the years 1996–2012 Mr Tomasz was an active professional basketball player.
NOT TEAM RESULT BUT INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FOR ME. My mission is for every child, to have the skills that allow them to play anywhere.
NOT ACHIEVING THE GOAL BUT STRIVING FOR IT IS A GREATER VALUE. I set specific goals for each of my players. I know that these goals are not always achieved, but during the training and practice process, the child gets to know and learns many valuable skills, that will pay off in the future.
Each child, depending on age, sex, physical conditions, motor skills etc. gets the opportunity and chance to develop and improve their skills.
Especially at the beginning of the adventure, I try to conduct classes on the principle of games and playing with elements of basketball and soccer, so that the child develops and trains with a smile on his/her face.
The second stage in the process is to make children aware that training is not only fun and laugh, but also systematic hard work. I try to convey to all participants, that in every area of life there is time for fun and time for commitment.
Fencing is a sport with traditions, which getting more and more popular in Poland. Fencing training raises the general level of physical fitness, tests intelligence, teaches manners and ennobles and also requires high ambitions and psychophysical predispositions from the trainee. Lessons are conducted by Damian Merkel - fencing coach and representative of the Junior National Team 2009 - 2011.
I have been coaching since 2014, spreading fencing in kindergartens in Katowice. In 2015, I started my activity in Warsaw, organizing trainings for children in kindergartens and primary schools. Many years of sports training combined with learning have developed in me resistance to stress, well-understood bravery and the ability to combine many tasks.
During the classes, the players will master the basic elements of fencing technique, learn the rules of judging and the construction of weapons (epees). Classes will be enriched with elements of games and activities developing skills such as: speed, agility, perceptiveness, and the ability to make quick decisions.
- Co-founder of the Palace Wilanów Sports Club
• Level II fencing trainer
• Representative of the Junior National Team 2009 - 2011
• Judge of the Polish Fencing Association
• Personal trainer
• Fitness instructor
• Corrective gymnastics instructor
• Physical education teacher
The competitors will have the opportunity to take part in the fencing tournament for the "golden epee", which is organized once a year for our students.
During classes the children will learn the rules of proportions in drawing and develop their imagination. The participants will also get to know the most important information about the chosen technique, as well as learn about the work of outstanding artists. They will receive instructions regarding drawing. The corrections will be made during the entire course.
The classes will cover the following topics:
• study of plants - pencil, coal, coloured pencil
• introduction to the technique
• character study - pencil, coloured pencil, coal
• introduction to the technique
• study of still life - a pencil
• introduction to the technique
• mixed technique (white pastel, coal, pencil) - a portrait
The classes will be run by Katarzyna Lipińska - art teacher, art-therapist, active cultural animator, street artist.
Necessary set for a student attending the drawing clases: set of pencils, a rubber, a black coal pencil, a white coal pencil, plain coal, a kneaded eraser, a tortillon, black markers / thin and thick, A3 work folder, a pad for watercolours / pastels / carbon A3, watercolour pencils, a small set of dry pastels / 6 colours.
Sensory integration is a natural process that occurs in each of us. If for some reasons it does not develop sufficiently, we can observe a delayed or disharmonious development of the child, extensive behavioural problems or learning difficulties.
The aim of sensory integration therapy is to stimulate the central nervous system by stimulating the sensory receptors. The aim of this process is to provide the sensory system with the right quantity and quality of impulses, so that on the basis of these the brain can learn to respond appropriately and develop correct adaptive reactions.
Therapeutic intervention involves the planned stimulation of the three basic, primary senses: touch, proprioception and balance, which form the basis for the development of higher, more advanced sensory processing skills.
All children are invited to chess classes led by a licensed instructor of the Polish Chess Federation. Chess develops the ability to think logically, concentrate, anticipate, spatial imagination and memory. It teaches mental toughness, coping with failure and self-control. It shapes positive character traits such as ambition, tolerance or action and decision-making in stressful situations. All students of the "Skoczek" Chess Centre can compete in weekly online chess tournaments on the lichess.org platform throughout the school year, but we also encourage live starts and participation in our chess day camps. Please visit our website: https://centrumszachowe.pl/
Bricks 4 Kidz® is devoted to providing an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, and we play with LEGO® Bricks. Classes are designed to teach the fundamentals of S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, built around our proprietary model plans, created by engineers and architects. At Bricks 4 Kidz, we believe that kids learn best through activities that engage their curiosity and creativity.
Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that combines acrobatics, ballet and dance. This discipline is only trained by girls aged 4 to 18. Rhythmic gymnastics is an extremely versatile sport, it shapes the correct body posture, gives grace of movement, makes the body more flexible, has a very positive effect on motor coordination and all motor skills. It teaches regularity, discipline and is a great form of extracurricular activity. In addition to a large dose of exercise, we focus on great fun and having a nice time.
Maria Wójcik - Rhythmic Gymnastics instructor, has an official license of the Polish gymnastics association coach. She completed a sports instructor course specializing in rhythmic gymnastics at the Polish Academy of Development and Sport. A student of the 2nd year of Physical Education and Sport at the University of Education and Sport in Warsaw. She started her adventure with this sport at the age of 6, won many awards at inter-club and voivodship competitions, took part in numerous gymnastic and dance shows. She has been training rhythmic gymnastics in the leading Warsaw clubs (SG Legia Warszawa, KSGA Legion Warszawa and the Warsaw Gymnastic Society) under the supervision of coaches from Poland, Russia and Kazakhstan. This sport is her greatest passion and for five years she has been passing her passion and love on to children.
During the classes, Ms Maria has an individual approach to each child, knows how to motivate them and focus their valuable attention. She shares her knowledge in an interesting and varied way, so that even small children can learn as much as possible without losing concentration. She is very accurate and pays great attention to detail. During each training session, she tries to pass on the knowledge she has been gaining for many years, constantly training and developing as a coach.
Outfit needed for classes: Black leggings and black blouse or body, white socks, tennis shoes, well tied hair, preferably in a high ponytail, bun or braid. Each child must have their own foam mattress and a bottle of water.
The Polish British Academy of Warsaw together with the Students' Sports Club "LUPUS KABATY" are introducing additional table tennis classes for our students. The classes start on 18 September 2023 in the gym in the building at 43 Wiertnicza Street and will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays. These are group classes with a maximum of 8 students per group. There are two different class times to choose from on each of these days. It is possible to sign up children for one or both days. Enrolment is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Pupils' Sports Club "LUPUS KABATY" was founded in the 2008/2009 school year. Since its inception, the club has been operating at the Primus Foundation Schools in Ursynów, Warsaw's Kabaty district. The club has specialised particularly in table tennis. In this discipline, the club is a strong point on the sports map of Warsaw and the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, which is confirmed by the medals and league achievements of UKS alumni.