The ceremony marks the reopening of the Polish Saturday School Worksop


On September 11, the Polish Saturday School, newly based at Holy Family Catholic Primary School on Netherton Road, welcomed its students back to class after a long break.

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More than a hundred students dressed in festive clothes and sang the Polish anthem to mark the start of the new school year during the hour-long inauguration ceremony.

The Polish Saturday School has been in existence since 2012 but has reopened in a new location.

This year, the school also offered Zumba classes to parents to involve the whole community.

The school teaches students about their native language, Polish culture and traditions, but also offers folk dance and guitar lessons as well as sports activities.

This year the school organizes festive celebrations of Polish religious, national and traditional holidays such as Poland’s Independence Day, Grandmothers and Grandfathers Day and National Heritage Day among many. ‘others.

Thanks to the kind authorization of the Sainte-Famille school, a library corner has been created and children will be able to borrow and take Polish books home.

Dozens of children and parents attended the ceremony and took part in a fun Zumba session.

The Polish Saturday School in Worksop has a dedicated and qualified team of fourteen teachers and five volunteers and will celebrate its tenth anniversary next year.

Anna Gąsior, principal of the school for five years, said: “After nine years of cooperation with Sir Edmund Hillary School, this year we have moved to new premises at Holy Family Catholic Primary School.

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank the manager and all the management for a very warm welcome.

“We hope this is the start of a long and successful partnership.”

Images from another celebration show the students in their traditional Polish clothing.

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