Erasmus EYCH2018 Logo

Monday, November 13, 2017


The mission of the International European School is to prepare its pupils to meet the challenges of the 21st Century as citizens of a united and democratic Europe and the world, who are aware of their rights and are open to all races and cultures.
The school aims to become an exemplary centre for teaching and learning, a school that sets and achieves world class standards in multilingual education. This is based on the school's Pastoral and Social Education programme, and on accreditation to international educational organisations. The school aims to provide each pupil with an excellent foundation for the further study of national programmes within the framework of the International Baccalaureate.
The friendly and welcoming atmosphere is central to the school's Pastoral and Social Education Programme. There is no place at school for bullying, intolerance, violence, drugs or indifference to the problems of others.
Pupils are made aware of their rights, based on the school rules and on international declarations. Every pupil has the right to learn about their own religion at school.
Native and proficient English-speaking staff with the highest pedagogical qualifications ensure that each pupil receives individual attention in classes with a maximum number of twelve pupils.
Teachers assess the work of pupils according to objective criteria outlined in the school's Assessment Policy. Pupils also learn to assess their own work in order to develop a self-critical approach.
English is the language of instruction and communication in class. Every pupil also has the opportunity to study Polish language and culture. Other languages which can be studied are French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian. Pupils can also learn about their own language, culture, traditions and history.
The Polish basic curriculum is taught in the Primary and Middle Schools. In the Middle School and High School, pupils are also prepared and entered for International British IGCSE and Advanced level examinations. The school's international curriculum enables pupils to make a smooth transition to similar schools in other countries. British examination certificates are recognised as Higher Education entrance qualifications by the most prestigious universities in Europe and throughout the world.
The educational philosophy developed by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to serve the needs of multicultural environments has always been a rich source of inspiration for the school.
This includes all three of the IBO's programmes: Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the IB Diploma Programme. The school is authorized to offer the Diploma Programme of the International Baccalaureate Organization and to present candidates for examination.

In IES Warsaw we have an Multicultural environment that facilitate the communication in different languages. Our pupils have very different cultural backgrounds, so at IES we have to make an effort to understand the background and stimulate the quick adaptation of the pupils in the new class environment. Understand the particular needing of the pupils and develop Teacher skills is our first mission and in order to reach the goal we have all the time to improve our skills and cooperate with different Institutions and  ONG,  understanding and applying the new media technology to our communication and teaching methods.
The exchange will represent a unique possibility to understand better our Culture, to compare, to raise awareness about differences between the mindset of people from different European region and to encourage  the pupils to exchange experiences and opinions.
The collaboration with teachers will also be enhanced and the best practice exchange will enlarge Teachers knowledge and enrich the professional background.


Post a Comment