our Programs

Playgroup

Classes run on Saturdays from 8:30am to 9:15am.
The playgroup has been designed to accommodate the needs of babies and toddlers, aged 0 to 3. The classes are full of music, dance, and art & craft activities. The group is run by Miss Ewa Rozen-bajgier, an experienced teacher at Polish School WA. The presence of parents during the playgroup is compulsory, and engagement in play is strongly encouraged.

Pre-School

Pre-School classes run on Saturdays from 9:30am to 12:30pm.
In the program of activities for kindergarten children, we focus primarily on having fun in a friendly learning atmosphere. As part of the program, children learn basic polite phrases, Polish songs and rhymes, but also learn about the traditions and customs related to Poland. Even in the youngest group, children learn the melody of Mazurek Dąbrowski, take part in academies and can distinguish Polish national colors. Additional activities such as rhythmics and preparation of art work develop coordination and manual skills, the shaping of which is very important at this stage of a toddler’s development. During weekly meetings, free time is also planned, when children play together and build relationships with their peers – which is also important in the social aspect.

Primary School

Classes run on Saturdays from 9:30am to 12:30pm.
The primary school class in the Polish School aims to combine fun with learning Polish and Polish culture. Through contact and play with their peers, as well as a series of activities prepared by the teacher and performed by students in a group and individually, children perceive communication in Polish as a natural process. During the weekly meetings, various topics are discussed, tailored to the interests and age of the students in the group. Often the starting point is Polish legends and tales, children’s literature of Polish writers and poets, Polish traditions and holidays, or simply topics from everyday life that are aimed at learning or developing vocabulary. Students also learn about Polish songs and games, take part in school celebrations of national holidays, perform interesting art works and spend time playing outdoors.

High School

High School classes run on Saturdays from 9:30am to 12:30pm.During the weekly meetings, various topics are discussed, tailored to the interests and age of the students in the group. Often the starting point is Polish legends and tales, children’s literature of Polish writers and poets, Polish traditions and holidays, or simply topics from everyday life that are aimed at learning or developing vocabulary. Students also learn about Polish songs and games, take part in school celebrations of national holidays, perform interesting art works and spend time playing outdoors.                     We also prepare Year 12 students for high school WACE exam in the Polish language, the results of which are used to calculate the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) for entry to Universities.

 

    

Adult Classes

Adult classes run from 8:45-10:15 for Beginners,  10:30-12:00 for Intermediates,  12:05-13:35 for Advanced.
Our adult students learn Polish through various channels – from contact with a polish teacher, through learning grammar, intensive listening to recordings, independent reading and writing of short texts, to the analysis and interpretation of cultural texts such as songs, literature excerpts, media, fragments of films or art. visual. Thanks to studying at our school, Poland becomes closer and more understandable, and the Polish language is not as difficult as it was at first thought!

 

Półkolonie

Our day camps are 5 days filled to the brim with fun, attractions and various activities! We invite children aged 4-16 who like to spend time actively.

Kolonia Perth

Annual cultural youth camp for children 7-17. Focused on building confident and happy campers. We provide opportunities for learning Polish language and traditions, outdoor survival skills, team-building games and life-long friendships.