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.
Since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Poland, the government has been making fast decisions to limit the spread of the epidemic, statistics published the PM’s Office website show.
The team from Gdynia impressed judges in the Education category with their 3class application which connects primary school children and parents with free teachers to organise lessons.
The Polish government has decided to close down all creches, kindergartens, schools and universities as well as cultural institutions in the country in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Poland will close down all schools and universities for two weeks due to the coronavirus threat, PM Mateusz Morawiecki announced on Wednesday morning. Classes will not be held starting from Thursday.
The classes are part of a proposal formulated by Marek Nazarko, the mayor of Michałowo, a small town to the east of Białystok, who believes a course in disco-polo could help attract artistic children to the school and unleash the creative energy of its students.
The data collected by the European Union shows that Poland had the 4th lowest pupil to teacher ratio in the EU in 2017 with 10.7 pupils to each teacher.
With school back TFN’s Nick Westerby looks at some of the Polish educational apps making waves around the world.