The first of its kind in Poland, the ‘Garden of Senses’ will combine smell, touch and sounds to help stimulate the children and give them a better understanding of the world around them.
Józef Krasowski proved he’s ‘knot’ too bad after becoming the youngest Pole to ever win a world championship sporting event when he secured a blistering 36 point victory at the O’pen Skiff international regatta in Calsetta, Sardinia. So, how a-boat that!
Children in Poland should resume regular classes from September 1, a deputy health minister said on Monday.
The children and their carers were staying at a holiday resort run by the Polish Educational Society in Comblain-la-Tour in the east of the country when torrential rain and storms hit.
Polish schools are most likely to resume normal classes after the summer holidays but other options are not ruled out, Poland's education minister has said.
The grim discovery thought to date back to the Bronze Age was made in the village of Tuchola Żarska after local schoolchildren began digging around with a bucket and spade.
Poland will offer a first shot of the Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to children aged 12-15 on Monday, June 7.
Entitled ‘Fajna Ferajna w Indiach’ (Brave Bunch in India) and based on a true story, the film which premieres at Kraków Film Festival today follows the fate of 1,000 children deported to Siberia in 1940 and their eventual rescue after a surprising intervention from India.
The Medical Council advising the prime minister has said it will recommend vaccinating children aged 12-15.
Right on time for Children’s Day, in this episode of The Debrief we speak to Michał Rusinek, writer and former secretary to Nobel laureate Wisława Szymborska about literature for kids.