The last PYP Unit in Grade 1 was about our imagination and how it can be used to transform the world around us. To see those transformations in real life we went on the trip to Zaspa Open Gallery to see wonderful Murals painted by artists from around the world. Do you know why they look like that and what they mean?
Aleksandra Patalon (13.02.2019)
It is the third time G5 students take part in English reading competition ‘ Reading ignites imagination’ for elementary schools students of Gdańsk. Every month children are supposed to read one book and take a short test based on it. First, it was the Secret Garden, then Christmas Carol and it is Treasure Island this month. The number of points which the participants get every month will be added and the winner with the highest number of points will be announced in June.
Grade 5, good luck! :)
Edyta Caban-Żywicka (12.02.2019)
On the 8th of January, the representation of girls from grades 4 and 5 took part in the second round of the dodgeball games. They were in one group with Elementary School No 38, 12 and 85. Matches with such fierce and experienced rivals was a very valuable experience. Despite the enormous effort, fighting spirit and enthusiasm, the girls were not able to reach the final matches. However, the most important thing is the joy of playing the game!
Aleksandra Czyżykowska (01.02.2019)
Last week Grade 4 learned about Maria Skłodowska-Curie, a famous physicist and chemist who conducted research on radioactivity and was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. We read about one of her science lessons, during which she showed her students how to prove that water is heavier than air. Grade 4 conducted the same experiment. Our students also made several posters presenting their own scientific inventions.
Anna Gostomska (01.02.2019)