Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki took part in end of the school year ceremonies at a public primary school in Pionki, central Poland, during which he thanked students and teachers for their efforts during this 'atypical' school year.
Polish pupils and students will go back to schools from September and students will return to universities from October, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki told local public media on Thursday.
Produced by Warsaw-based company 11bit Studios, the elevation of the game to the optional reading list is also an affirmation of the burgeoning reputation of the Polish computer games industry.
Clues found in an old book on the history of the school suggest the object was brought back from Egypt by a 19th century brewer and social activist from Lublin who funded the construction of the school building.
Bees and other insects play a crucial role in the ecosystem so their conservation has become a priority.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki said Wednesday that restrictions would be lifted from Monday 18th May and will include easing lockdown rules on schools, public transport and sporting events too.
With remote learning currently being the new norm, a geography teacher from Poznań turned potentially dry lectures into fun interactive lessons with her ‘Geography with guinea pigs’ (Geografia z świnkami) channel.
Education Minister Dariusz Piontkowski announced on Friday that the Polish government had decided that schools, kindergartens and creches will remain closed in Poland until May 24 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On September 1 the Lauder-Morasha School Complex in Warsaw, the first group of Jewish schools founded in post-communist Poland, will open a grammar school. Its patron will be Zuzanna Ginczanka, a Polish-Jewish poet killed by the Nazis in 1944.
The Wrocław firms are providing local orphanages with computers so that children there can participate in online lessons while schools in Poland remain closed due to the coronavirus.