We had a great day out on Monday 6th December when we visited cinema in Gdansk. We went to see the film ‘Tangled’ which tells a story about long-haired Princess Rapunzel. The film was amazing! Afterwards we went to the Christmas Cards Fair where we sold the cards made by ourselves. Thank you for buying them! All the money that we raised will help autistic children in Letnica.

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Students and teachers of the International School of Gdansk celebrated St. Andrew’s Day on the 30th of November. Although everybody listened to the teachers talking about this old Polish tradition of fortune telling, they enjoyed taking part in some funny rituals the most. We poured hot wax through a key hole, tried to guess the name of our prospective spouses and tossed the rope to check what the future may bring. Congratulations to Jay whose shoe was the first to cross the doorstep! We had great fun thanks to Tania and her mum who prepared those fantastic games for us. Thank you!

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On the 19th of October students of the International School of Gdansk visited the Science Centre EXPERYMENT. We spent a whole day exploring the fascinating world of science. Moving between different sections of the centre such as Environment, Human, Optics, Sounds and Physics our students understood that science can be found everywhere… not only in thick Science textbooks. While conducting simple, safe and amusing experiments everybody discovered that science is both fun and interesting.

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For the first time students, parents and teachers of the International School of Gdansk celebrated the Polish Independence Day anniversary.
We had our cheeks covered with Polish national colours, with white and red baloons all over the place. We walked proudly through the streets of Gdansk together with our older friends from Gdanskie Szkoly Autonomiczne.

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The children from the International School of Gdansk celebrated Diwali. Diwali is the Hindu New Year. We discovered that Hindu people (and some people from other religons) celebrate Diwali by putting diyas in their windows to guide the goddess of wealth into their house to bring in the new year. We made diyas, ate some special Indian food and had a lot of fun! Best Wishes for Diwali!

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