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Rozstrzygnięcie konkursu Anglo-Polish Society

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Konkurs został już rozstrzygnięty przed kilkoma tygodniami, natomiast wyniki zostały podane do oficjalnej wiadomości podczas zajęć w klasie 4 w dniu 13 kwietnia 2013 roku. Poniżej wklejam list z recenzjami wszystkich prac, które bardzo się podobały i każda została pochwalona.

Nagrody wręczył prezes Anglo-Polish Society pan Chris Ottewell.

Trzecie miejsce ex-aequo zdobyli: Ola Dworak i Ross Cooper ( publikacja pracy w newsletterze Anglo-Polish Society oraz plakietka stowarzyszenia)

Drugie miejsce: Emilia Mazur (publikacja pracy w newsletterze Anglo-Polish Society oraz plakietka stowarzyszenia)-niestety Emilka nie mogła uczestniczyć w rozdaniu nagród, ale otrzymała swój egzemplarz newsletter wraz z plakietka na ostatnich zajęciach w polskiej szkole.

Pierwsze miejsce: Julia Wesołowska ( publikacja w newsletterze Anglo-Polish Society, plakietka stowarzyszenia oraz roczne członkowstwo w stowarzyszeniu Anglo-Polish Society dla całej rodziny)

Wszystkim laureatom serdecznie gratulujemy!

Jestem z Was wszystkich bardzo dumna i wciąż zachęcam do udziału w kolejnych konkursach.

Pani Agnieszka

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Praca na konkurs Anglo Polish Society marzec 2013

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W zeszłym tygodniu Druhna Grażyna ogłosiła konkurs w klasie 4, na sprawozdanie z Dnia Patrona, napisane w języku angielskim. Najlepsza praca zostanie wydana w najnowszym biuletynie Anglo Polish Society. Poniżej zamieszczam prace, które otrzymałam w wersji elektronicznej.

 

Julia K. klasa 4

Saturday 2nd March it was the – gen. W. Anders day who is a patron of my Polish School. Two visitors came to talk about our patron and the II World War. It was very interesting but very sad. When they finished we could show them all the work that we had done about the II World War. In my class, there were a couple of groups that did different tasks like

- “The beginning and the end of the war”

-“Warsaw Uprising”

-“Tanks and planes”

-“The life and role of children”

. Some of us made presentations on computers, others made battle plans, models of tanks and planes. There was lots of information for everyone. At the end of the day our parents and everyone who wanted to see our work came.

Everyone was impressed!!!

By Julia

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Saturday 2nd March it was the – gen. W. Anders day who is a patron of my Polish School. Two visitors came to talk about our patron and the II World War. It was very interesting but very sad. When they finished we could show them all the work that we had done about the II World War. In my class, there were a couple of groups that did different tasks like

- “The beginning and the end of the war”

-“Warsaw Uprising”

-“Tanks and planes”

-“The life and role of children”

. Some of us made presentations on computers, others made battle plans, models of tanks and planes. There was lots of information for everyone. At the end of the day our parents and everyone who wanted to see our work came.

Everyone was impressed!!!

By Julia

xxx

 

Ross C. klasa 4

 

On Saturday 2nd March we had an exhibition about the Second World War 

We were talking about: the fashion at that time ,“Szare Szeregi” ,bombs , planes, Enigma, Battle of Wizna, Maciej’s model, tanks, children in war / Janusz Korczak and the Warsaw Uprising-my subject.

The Warsaw Uprising

Warsaw Uprising began on the 1st August 1944 at 17:00. The hour is actually remembered as the hour “W”. “W” stands for Freedom and EXPLOSION. (WOLNOŚĆ i WYBUCH.) this was the Polish against the Germans that where occupying Poland at the time. The Warsaw Uprising was to liberate the capital from the occupation by Nazi Germany, and was conducted by the Army - the biggest secret army operating in Europe at the time.

But in this war it wasn’t only adults taking part but children were taking part as well as adults. On my presentation i showed how those children were very brave. Their love for the motherland was so great that it abandoned the party and actively engaged in helping the adults in the struggle for the liberation of the city. Without their support, the implementation of multi-tasking would be simply impossible. They took over the work of passing on important information, often moving them from one channel to the other end of town. They played the role of the so-called connectors- the postmen of the war. Young patriots so much wanted to help in the fight against an enemy that they didn’t tell the truth about their age, pretending they are much older, just to join the fight.

Everybody was very interested and listen to our projects. The children from the whole school came to see our work and then our parents came. We all enjoyed the hard work we put in it and then explaining to others all about it.

 

Miron B. kl 4

The Celebration Day In Polish School

The celebration day was great! At first, nobody was looking at our presentation. Later on lots of people came in and admired our work. I had to encourage parents to look at our beautiful tank and mock-up. Later on we, moved our tank unexpectedly using the remote control and amazed other, they were actually very surprised we made it!

The day came to an end quickly, leaving children happy and parents proud.

 

 

Aleksandra D. klasa 4.

On 2 March we celebrated in our school days patron of General Wladyslaw Anders.

On this day, we were visited by many distinguished guests, including: Waclaw Domagala, Mieczyslaw Lupa and Richard Staniaszek. Ms. Zyta also came with memories Szulejewska deportations to Siberia and a long journey through the Middle East to England. Also mentioned about her husband, who fought in the Warsaw Uprising. Amazing and very touching was the story of Mr Waclaw Domagała who fought alongside General Wladyslaw Anders. Gen. Anders was born August 11, 1892 in Krosniewice, then located in the Russian sector. Participant in World War I - as a lieutenant commanded a squadron of dragoons, and was three times wounded. Army chief of staff in the creation of Wielkopolska 1919. The Polish-Bolshevik War 1920 15 Cavalry Regiment commander of Poznan. He was wounded during the Battle of Berezina.

In October 1921 he enrolled at the School of War in Paris and linear internship in France. Returned to the country in 1924 and was appointed chief of staff of the Inspector-General of Cavalry, Gen. Tadeusz Rozwadowski. Since November 1925 the commander of Warsaw.

In 1932, he led the Polish team riding that equestrian events during the Nations Cup in Nice has won four first prizes.

From 4 August 1941 the founder and commander of the Polish Armed Forces in the Soviet Union, and after the evacuation of troops and summer of 1942, more than 20 thousand. civilians (rescued from prisons and labor camps).

Polish communist authorities 26 September 1946 took away his rank of general and Polish citizenship, which he posthumously reinstated March 15, 1989 . Staying in exile continued political activity aimed at maintaining the continuity of the constitutional Government in Exile in London. From 1949 he was chairman of the National Treasury, since 1954 a member of the Council of Three (following the termination of obedience to August Zaleski). He participated in the campaign for the release of Poles living in camps.

By the end of his life he remained in exile, died exactly at 26 anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino. He was buried according to his will, among his troops on the Polish War Cemetery at Monte Cassino, Italy.

War broke out Sept. 1, 1939 after the attack, the German Reich, in agreement with the Soviet Union. It is an amazing story that took place really. It is amazing that not only adults were involved in the war, but also to children younger than me.

Little Insurgent Monument - a monument to Podwale, the city walls. It commemorates the youngest participants of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944.

The Second World War had tragic consequences for the citizens of the countries participating in the war. The losses among the civilian population totaled almost 33 million people.

The war led to great devastation in the cities - among the hardest hit was the agglomeration of Warsaw, among others (85% of the destroyed building left-bank part of the city).

Some of the warring sides have committed numerous war crimes and crimes against humanity. Particularly well documented is a criminal activity which implies the concentration camps the Germans, being a tool of genocide of conquered nations. Victims of the Holocaust

The effect of policies pursued by the Germans extermination of Jews in the death of 5-6 million people, and almost completely elimination of many Jewish communities. Were killed 80-90% of the Jews living in pre-war Central Europe.

The largest armed conflict in the history of the world, which lasted from September 1, 1939, (including the coverage of the war almost all of Europe, East and South-East Asia, North Africa, the Middle East and part of all the oceans), has been completed including the victory of Polish September 2, 1945 .

I'm glad I got to know the story, because I can remember the people who fought for my freedom. I think war is hopeless because it brings no good.

Wyróżnienie dla Julii Wesołowskiej

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Zdumą prezentuje Państwu dyplom uczennicy klasy 4, która została wyróżniona w konkursie olimpijskim, organizowanym przez MEN w zeszłym wprawdzie roku, ale dyplomy dotarły do nas dopiero niedawno. Wszyscy nauczyciele i uczniowie serdecznie gratuluja Julii i zycza dalszych sukcesów!

Wiersz Aleksandry D. z klasy 4, dnia 26 stycznia 2013 roku

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Przez rzeki, łąki i góry.

Dotrzeć tutaj trudno,

ale on się nie poddawał.

Dalej biegnij, dalej biegnij,

Dotrzesz tutaj wreszcie.

Nie poddawaj się,

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Pędź jak wiatr do domu i rodziny.

Koń niestety zwalniał,

A z tyłu rozległ się

niebezpieczny odgłos hien!

Lecz koń się nie poddawał,

Przyspieszał z całych sił.

Lecz bał się bardzo hien,

Że pożrą go na obiad!

Nadszedł kres podróży,

Koń już zasapany,

Zdołał zgubić hieny,

I wrócił już do domu.

Nareszcie odpoczynek

I woda wprost ze stawu.

Aleksandra D. klasa 4

wolna sobota ;-) oraz nadchodzące święta: Dzień Babci i Dziadka

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Zima nas pięknie zaskoczyła, dzień wolny od polskiej szkoły był dla wielu z Was dniem odpoczynku i frajdy, tym bardziej, że nie był planowany - takie niespodzianki sa zawsze najlepsze.

Zachęcałam wszystkich do lepienia bałwanów, dwie uczennice przesłały fotke;Ola i Magda - załączam poniżej. Proszę o więcej fotek, każdego, kto lepił!

Extra bonus - wiersz Oli na Dzień Babci i Dziadka

"Powiem Wam w sekrecie,
o którym jeszcze nie wiecie,
Dzień Babci i Dzień Dziadka,
To najlepsze święto na świecie!

Jeśli nie wysłaliście jeszcze kartek z życzeniami, to koniecznie zadzwońcie albo poślijcie sms 21 stycznia Dzień Babci, a 22 Dzień Dziadka!

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