In December, classes 1-4 talked about how important emotions are. We learned together why it is so important to respect what we feel. Thanks to our emotions, we know what is happening to us, our needs. This workshop was the first of a series of workshops devoted to emotions.

December 2017, Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz – psychologist

 In November, a number of individual psychologist meetings with children took place at the ISG. Students talk about matters related to school but difficulties at home. Individual meetings are extremely important parts of providing support to children and youth in our school.

November 2017, Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz – psychologist

In October in ISG speech therapy started. Students who have been qualified for therapy, meet with a speech therapist every week to improve articulators efficiency, exercise proper breathing and correct pronunciation. Attractiveness of classes is guaranteed by collection of games  in therapy room.

A unique event this month was the workshop entitled "Tasty speech therapy". Attentive students with their parents, had the opportunity to learn that speech therapy exercises performed at home do not have to be boring. Even more... It could be delicious. Using products such as jellies, breakfast cereals, carrot slices, etc. we performed gymnastics of our tongues and facial muscles. We managed to combine the pleasant with the useful.

October  2017, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist

October at ISG we started a self-assessment workshop. In the coming months we will talk about this issue in the other classes. Children from the 1 - 3 grades together wonder why it is worth to follow the rules in the classroom.

Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz  - psychologist (7.11.2017)

As usual September in ISG is a time of speech diagnosis. The decision of speech therapy is based on its results. Speech test includes speech understanding, pronunciation of single sounds and proficiency of speech organs. Speech therapist also draws attention to other things, directly or indirectly related to the speech of the child, like hearing, breathing and swallowing. If necessary, he or she collects information from parents.

September 2017, Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist