By: Nicholas Newman
THE SCHOOL’S MOTTO: “The school that inspires!”
Oxford, 3 May 2013: Oxford Polish Saturday School celebrates on 12 May 2013, its tenth year of success, providing top quality Polish education to Oxford’s growing Polish community. The Polish Saturday School in Oxford prepares students for GCSE and A level exams in the Polish language. Most of our students achieve A *, which helps them in their chances to attain entry into Europe’s best universities. We also offer history and religion classes as well as a range of after school activities including geography, mathematics, music, sport and Polish culture.
“Our aim is to inspire our students to be Europe’s leaders in business, research, innovation, culture and sport,” says Marzena Henry – the current head teacher. Parents appreciate how attending Oxford Polish Saturday School aids students in their studies during the week at Oxford’s state run schools.
Oxford Polish Saturday School is a friendly, inclusive and highly distinctive school of around 110 pupils, aged 4-18. Its founding head was Hanna Darowska, who led the school for nine successful years until she retired. The school is small enough to develop every young person’s character and talents, yet large enough to provide a very wide range of subjects and activities. “We are unique in Oxford in that we conduct our lessons in the Polish language,” observes Marzena Henry. http://www.oxfordprospect.co.uk/Polish-School-Oxford.html