We offer education both in Pre-school and School
In our pre-school we have children from different countries and the primary medium of instruction and communication is English. As an institution registered with the Board of Education, we also meet all necessary Polish requirements.
We have three pre-school groups:
Nursery – children aged 2,5-4
Reception – children aged 4-5
Class 0 - children aged 6
The opening hours are 7:30 am – 5.00 pm (Monday-Friday). The monthly fee covers all day activities including the additional ones such as Art, Drama, Modern Foreign Languages, PE and Music. After lessons finish at 3.15 pm, children can participate in the Pre-school Clubs (overview) or they can be looked after by our teachers in after school care until 5.00 pm.
Through topic based activities, children work towards achieving the Learning Goals in six areas of learning:
Personal, social and emotional development
Communication, language and literacy
Knowledge and understanding of the world
Our pre-school is open from September until July (summer school).
The opening hours are 7:30 am – 5.00 pm (Monday-Friday). The monthly fee covers all day activities including the additional ones such as Art, Drama, Modern Foreign Languages, PE, Music and Chess. After lessons finish at 3.15pm children can participate in the School Clubs program (overview) or they can be looked after by our teachers in after school care until 5.00 pm.
The Three Core Subjects:
Humanities (Geography, History, Civics)
Information Communication Technology (ICT)
Physical Education (PE)
Drama (a creative subject which aims at developing a number of skills such as thinking outside the box, working as a team, presentation skills, confidence and many more)
Project (an integrated subject which teaches skills such as decision making, organisation, computer skills, research and editing)
We offer a choice in the following subjects:
A third language:
Spanish, Russian, French or German
Every Friday between 3.30 p.m. and 4.15pm, we run BABY GROUP. These are special classes for children age 0-2,5 and their carers. During each meeting which lasts 45 minutes we sing, read books, play and chat in English. Baby Group is free of charge and open to external clients.
First class in 2018/2019 school year will take place on September 28th and will be run by Ms. Lindsay.
Our academic curriculum is supported by a wide-range of extracurricular activities available to our students. BISG offers clubs for both Pre-School and School e.g.:
Mathematical competitions club
Polish language clubs (calligraphy, spelling, compensatory)
Language clubs (Spanish, Mandarin, French, German)
English conversation and vocabulary for adults
Sports clubs (football, tennis, basketball, swimming, karate)
Lego Robotics club
School news club
Young Coders Academy
English-speaking culture club
Special days at BISG
Each year special days are planned to enrich our curriculum and tighten ties of friendship in our community.
Weekly School Assemblies
Whole School Play
Subject Days with particular workshops and challenges for pupils
Chinese New Year
End of School Barbecue
Throughout the year all children go on a variety of trips which enhance the curriculum.
These can be whole school trips or class specific trips. On average they occur about once a month.
Our students have been to numerous interesting places including:
London (one-week trip)
Agricultural farm in Kiełpino
Castle of the Teutonic Order in Gniew
Energa's stadium in Gdańsk
Elves' Factory at AmberExpo
Ceramic Musuem in Chmielno
Adventure Park in Gdańsk
Tipi Garden in Gdynia
Line Park in Gdańsk
Arcaded house and agricultural farm in Żelichowo
Ski slope in Wieżyca
Museum and science centres:
European Solidarity Centre, Hewelianum, Experyment, Aquarium in Gdynia, Lego Exhibition
Wybrzeże Theatre, The Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Miniatura Theatre,
To see photos taken during the trips, please visit our Facebook page.
This school year our school again participates in the European Union programme called „Programme for schools”. This is meant for students in classes 1-5 who receive fresh fruit, vegetables and juices for free. There are also special lessons, trips and visits organised which support this programme and teach children healthy eating habits.