Miesięczne archiwum: Luty 2018


On February 19th, Ms Anna Watoła from the University of Silesia visited us once again. Seventh and first grade students as well as preschoolers listened to lectures on Africa.

In addition to the natural and geographical information, the pupils learned about the problems children face in African schools.

Moved by the stories, we are going to organize a collection of school stationery and notebooks that Ms. Watoła will take to Kenya.


According to the long tradition, at the beginning of the new year, the students of the School and Pre-School Complex No. 2 in Czechowice-Dziedzice went to a sports camp. This time for the first time in winter, their place of stay were Głuchołazy, a small town in the province Opole near the border with the Czech Republic.

Of course, during the camp the main occupation was training in leading disciplines like  volleyball and basketball.  Apart from that the students had many other attractions during the camp: visits to the salt cave, archery tournament,  trip to Biskupia Kopa (890 m above sea level), ice rink and recreational football under a huge heated tent. The best summary of the camp were the questions asked just before returning home: „Can we stay here one more day / week? „Unfortunately, everything that is good ends sometime. Therefore, the pupils are just waiting impatiently for a summer sports camp.

Teachers Beata Duda, Anna Telok and Paweł Pawlik supervised the safety during all classes and during the entire stay.

Participants from the 3D class: Anna Kołodziejczyk, Kamila Kuś, Natalia Olearczyk, Julia Szary,

3B: Sandra Wróbel,

2A: Julia Kondek, Julia Kuczek, Martyna Pardała, Alicja Puda,

MartaWęglarz, Wiktoria Żyła, Jakub Janusz, Dawid Kóska, Daniel

Łopata, Piotr Marciniak, Szymon Mazur, Oscar Nickel, Daniel Panek,

Wojciech Szpyra, Paweł Wizner,

7B: Kamil Dzida, Mateusz Grzebieniak, Miłosz Kłaptocz, Daniel Mrowiec.


As a part of the „Być jak Ignacy -To Be Like Ignacy” program implemented in our school, the school community celebrated the Day of the Chemical Element.

The event was initiated specially on the occasion of this program, we celebrated it turning into a „living periodic system”.

The cards were made by Przemek Dłubis. Pupils of particular classes or their representatives changed into subsequent parts of the Periodic Table.


On January 26th, on the occasion of the Positive Thinking Day on February 2nd, the 2D class conducted a survey among students of our school. The task of the participants was to write a short information about what we do to think positively. Five students, with the most interesting answers, were selected. They are: Konrad Włodarczyk class 2B, Kasia Tyc class 2c, Ewelina Pieróg class 2c, Roksana Kumor class 2B and Iza Konior class 3C. Congratulations! These students received sweet gifts.

Program „Być jak Ignacy”

Od stycznia realizujemy program „Być jak Ignacy”. W lutym uczniowie naszej szkoły realizowali 2 blok zajęć, który były poświęcony Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie.
Uczniowie poznawali życiorys noblistki skanując kody QR, tworzyli modele atomów pierwiastków oraz przeprowadzali eksperymenty.

„There is light in you” – CHRISTMAS PLAY…

On Friday, January 19th, in our school – junior high school students prepared and presented an exceptional Christmas play: „There is a light in you”.

It was an extremely moving story illustrating the emotions of lost, often lonely, young people. People struggling with the problem of faith, seeking truth and personal relationship with God. The plot was built, among others around the song „There is light in you”. History leads from a cold street bench, to a warm Bethlehem crib …


Carnival is a time of joyful fun, which we also did not run out of.

The condition of attending the ball was coming in carnival costumes, everyone (even teachers) stood up to the task, playing different characters.

Students appeared in various masks, costumes, e.g. princesses, fairies, Little Red Riding Hood, Pipi Langstrumpf … etc. Sounds of the greatest hits took everyone to dance, there was no end of dancing, and the time was running so fast.

This year’s ball was unforgettable and we cannot wait for a ball next year. Oh, what a ball it was …

Students’ Self-government

26th FINAL  WOŚP (the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity)

On January 14th, 2018, students of the pre-medical emergency school group participated in the 26th final of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity which took place in the „Stara Kablownia” Shopping Center in Czechowice – Dziedzice.

Our team, consisting of: Marta Drezner, Daria Kamińska, Kasia Kondek and Adrian Kubieniec, who is also a member of the Riflemen’s Association in Czechowice – Dziedzice, presented first aid shows. Both young and old, who visited our task station could learn how to properly assess their own safety, check the condition of the victim, call for medical help, use a safe or lateral position, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, that is, substitute breathing, external heart massage and the use of AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)

We hope that our activities have contributed to spread of knowledge on how to react in a situation when we come across an unconscious person.


On January 16th, the Students’ Self-government’s action under the name SWEET TUESDAY took place once again. This action takes place cyclically, i.e. one selected Tuesday of each month.

On that day our students could buy delicious home-made cakes baked by parents and students of our school.

Everyone who was involved in the campaign – both those who baked the cakes, as well as those who focused on, no less important thing – tasting baked goods, thanks very much !!!


On December 20th, the 8th edition of the grant competition for the Natural Energy Fund announced by GAZ SYSTEM was resolved in cooperation with the” Nasza Ziemia” Foundation for the best regional ecological projects. The competition was addressed to the following regions: Dolnośląskie, Mazowieckie, Podkarpackie, Śląskie and Wielkopolskie. Among the awarded projects was the project „Arboretum Inspiruje” from our school. Our school will also receive funding for  activities associated with nature.