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PORADNIA “OLIMPIA”2014-11-20T15:41:23+00:00

Niepubliczna Poradnia Psychologiczno-Pedagogiczna „Olimpia”

Niepubliczna Poradnia Psychologiczno-Pedagogiczna „Olimpia” powstała 20 października 2014 r. Mieści się przy ul. Olimpijskiej 11 na warszawskim Mokotowie. Organem prowadzącym jest Kanadyjska Szkoła Podstawowa Sp. z o.o., a nadzór nad nią sprawuje Mazowiecki Kurator Oświaty w Warszawie.
Poradnia działa przy Kanadyjskiej Szkole Podstawowej nr 84 w Warszawie.

Nasi pracownicy to zespół pedagogów, specjalistów Terapii Pedagogicznej, terapeutów oraz psychologów.

Zapewniamy rzetelną i profesjonalną pomoc, poufność i życzliwość.

Z usług Poradni mogą korzystać dzieci, rodzice i nauczyciele – nie tylko z Kanadyjskiej Szkoły, lecz także wszyscy zainteresowani.

Możesz się do nas zgłosić z następującymi problemami:

  • trudności w nauce
  • brzydki i nieczytelny charakter pisma
  • problemy z czytaniem tekstu ze zrozumieniem
  • problemy w kontaktach z rówieśnikami
  • problemy osobiste i rodzinne
  • doznana przemoc
Prowadzimy zajęcia takie jak:

  • terapia pedagogiczna:
    • zajęcia korekcyjno-kompensacyjne
    • zajęcia dydaktyczno-wyrównawcze
  • zajęcia ogólnorozwojowe dla dzieci 2-3-letnich oraz 4-5-letnich
  • zajęcia dla uczniów szczególnie uzdolnionych
  • mediacje w sytuacjach konfliktowych
  • muzykoterapia
  • konsultacje, porady, warsztaty i szkolenia
Pełne badanie psychologiczne (obserwacja, rozmowa kliniczna, testy psychologiczne) wraz z opinią na piśmie Cena za 1 spotkanie
Cena za opinię
140 zł
150 zł
Badanie psychologiczne z wydaniem opinii 2 spotkania po 60 min. 300 zł
Badanie pedagogiczne z wydaniem opinii 2 spotkania po 60 min. 300 zł
Badanie uzupełniające 2 spotkania po 45 min. 250 zł
Konsultacja logopedyczna, pedagogiczna i psychologiczna 1 spotkanie, 40 min.* 200 zł
Terapia logopedyczna, psychologiczna i pedagogiczna 50 min. 70 zł
Terapia indywidualna 1 spotkanie, 60 min. 100 zł
Psychoterapia indywidualna 50 min. 150 zł
Konsultacja lub porada u psychologa / pedagoga 60-90 min. 150 zł
Przeprowadzenie i interpretacja testu psychologicznego badającego poziom inteligencji 90-120 min. 150 zł
Mediacje szkolne Do ustalenia
Zajęcia wyrównawcze dla gimnazjalistów: matematyka, język obcy, fizyka, chemia, biologia, j. polski 50 min. 60 zł
*zazwyczaj wskazane są dwie konsultacje. Pierwsze spotkanie z rodzicami (np. wywiad), drugie spotkanie z dzieckiem (nie rozmawiamy o dzieciach w obecności dzieci!)

Badania, terapię i inne zajęcia proponujemy rozpocząć od wstępnej konsultacji, na której po rozmowie z dzieckiem i rodzicem ustala się dalszą współpracę.
(50 zł / 30 min.)
Ponadto Poradnia oferuje zajęcia ogólnorozwojowe dla dzieci 2-3- lub 4-5-letnich w grupach 3-4-osobowych. Czas trwania zajęć: 4 x 60 min. Koszt: 170 zł.
Na wszystkich zajęciach grupowych obowiązuje płatność z góry – nie ma możliwości odliczania nieobecności dziecka.

Dyrektor Poradni:
Iwona Nowakowska – pedagog, oligofrenopedagog i terapeuta

Terapeuci:
Bogusława Fila-Kołodziejczak – pedagog, pedagog rodzinny, oligofrenopedagog, reedukator
Piotr Sienkiewicz – terapeuta pedagogiczny
Mateusz Bazgier – muzykoterapeuta
Joanna Miron – psycholog

Sekretariat
contact@poradnia-olimpia.pl
885 420 044

Dyrektor
Iwona Nowakowska
inowakowska@poradnia-olimpia.pl
885 620 066

Bogusława Fila-Kołodziejczak
bfilakolodziejczak@poradnia-olimpia.pl

Piotr Sienkiewicz
psienkiewicz@poradnia-olimpia.pl

Mateusz Bazgier
mbazgier@poradnia-olimpia.pl

Joanna Miron
jmiron@poradnia-olimpia.pl

PSYCHOLOGIST/COUNSELLOR2018-09-12T15:11:03+00:00

Contact our psychologist/counsellor:
Ms. Bogusława Fila-Kołodziejczak
bfila@canadian-school.pl
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 8.00-13.00

DOCUMENTS2018-09-12T15:09:32+00:00
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School rules2018-09-21T06:45:30+00:00

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FOR PARENTS2018-09-12T14:17:23+00:00
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FOR STUDENTS2018-09-12T13:57:05+00:00
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Dear Students,
We’d like to invite you to work on a middle school project, which was discussed during school year opening ceremony. Below you can find topics, on which students in 2- or 3-people groups will work under a supervision of teacher-tutor. Important information: students should choose their topics by 14th September. Attached please find a project declaration, please fill it in and submit it to teacher-tutor.

POLISH

Maciej Łokietek

  1. Nasze wyprawy po literackich muzeach Warszawy.
  2. Historia polskich znaków interpunkcyjnych.
  3. Historia ulicy Nowy Świat.
  4. Słownik języka współczesnej młodzieży.
  5. Mój ulubiony wykonawca muzyczny – walory literackie jego tekstów.

PHYSICS

Karolina Jaworska

  1. Physics in our home.
  2. The lighting as an interesting atmospheric phenomenon.
  3. Musics and physics relations.
  4. Physics and toys.

MATHS

Krystyna Parys

  1. Niesamowity trójkąt.
  2. Jak znaleźć Ludolfinę?
  3. Dlaczego tak trudno jest być człowiekiem witruwiańskim?
  4. Jak najszybciej rozwiązać zagadkę matematyczną/logiczną?
  5. Jak zminimalizować koszt wycieczki klasowej?

HISTORY

Piotr Sienkiewicz

  1. Rebuilding of Warsaw after World War II – success or failure?
  2. How should your little fatherland develop?
  3. Stereotypes – do they help or hinder cooperation between nations?
  4. Voter turnout. How to increase it?

GEOGRAPHY

Małgorzata Byca

  1. Where is Warsaw city centre? Does it have the CBD?
  2. Is Mazovia attractive for tourists?
  3. Environmental protection in theory and practice on the example of the Canadian School community.

Creative writing project (in English)

Victoria Bieniek

Throughout the academic year students will be encouraged to create a single piece or a body of work of original English writing. They will be presented with various pieces of literature in order to explore and gain inspiration about subjects, voice, form and the other elements of writing. They will be challenged to prepare and validate a piece of literature. The piece can be a script, poem, novella or collection of short stories, comic book, indeed any form they choose and regarding any topic, of any length. It is expected the final product is thorough, thought out, deliberate and demonstrates the students’ growth and understanding of literary form. It will be supported with a journal to follow the students’ journey from initial concept to final product.

CHEMISTRY

Agnieszka Rodzik

  1. Applications of classic and biodegradable polymers in everyday life.
  2. Chemistry and chemical processes in sport.
  3. Cosmetic and food chemistry: chemical ingredients and processes in household.
  4. Chemical ingredients used to protect people’s health and safety: from fire safety to forensic science.

BIOLOGY

D. Roland Szymczykiewicz

Subject proposition:

Subject no 1“Sweets in the human diet”

Project subject: The effect of sweets on Middle School’s student’s health. Aim: How does chocolate/loll-pops, marshmallows, affect our health? Can we live without chocolate etc.?
Project team – 2-3 students
Project tutor: D. Roland Szymczykiewicz
Co-operating teachers: chemistry, physics, English language, art, computer specialist.
Date/Time of achievement:
Brainstorming – the choice of individual subject for team or student, selecting the best time of realization – 1 hour in September
First draft – on-line research results – September (third decade)
Second draft – first reading in class (December – second decade)
Final version – choice of presentation (Power Point, poster, school newsletter, etc) – January/February
School final presentation – Parent’s meeting – March.
Evaluation of Middle School Project – March (last decade)

Subject no 2 “Euro 2012”

Project subject: Football – a sport uniting or dividing nations
Aim: The meaning of football for Poland during Euro 2012 seen by a Middle School student.
Project team: the whole class or even Middle School
Project tutor: D. Roland Szymczykiewicz
Co-operating teachers – the whole School’s staff
Time of achievement – like above!

Subject no 3 “Coca cola”

Project subject: Is Coca cola really as awful as they say it is? (as Mr Roland says)
Aim: experiments with coca – dissolving, staining, calming thirst etc.
Project team: working in pairs; individual work; the whole class.
Project tutor: D. Roland Szymczykiewicz
Co-operating teachers: chemistry, physics, English language, art, computer specialist.
Time of achievement – like above!

Subject no 4 “An ecological Middle School student“

Project subject: I cannot change anything in my surrounding environment – “micro world”.
Aim: Finding my own/personal area of activity. What can I do to save the environment?
Team work of 2 students or individual work.
Project team: working in pairs; individual work; the whole class.
Project tutor: D. Roland Szymczykiewicz
Co-operating teachers: chemistry, physics, English language, art, computer specialist. Parents and siblings.

Subject no 5 – Chewing gum – I wanna chew all day!
Subject no 6 – How I hate “disco polo” – teaching tolerance!
Subject no 7 – Tattoos
Subject no 8 – The Vistula river – the importance of a river for a city.
Subject no 9 – Open gardens – My garden is not my castle – come and see it!

 

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ADMISSIONS2018-09-12T14:31:54+00:00

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Admission regulations at The Canadian Middle School of Warsaw for 2016/2017 school year

1. The condition of admission to the Middle School Grade 1 is submitting the elementary school certificate of graduation and the final elementary school examination result to the secretary’s office, as well as the subject grade average of minimum 4.00 and “good” behaviour grade. (This provision also applies to students of The Canadian Elementary School of Warsaw, whose parents declared continuation of enrollment).

2. A student can be admitted to a higher grade on the basis of:

• A certificate of graduation from a lower grade of a public school or a non-public school with the status of a public school of the same type, as well as a copy of a grade sheet issued by the student’s previous school;
• In case of a Polish student returning from abroad – a certificate issued by a foreign school and the latest school certificate issued in Poland on the basis of the total years of the student’s schooling;
• In case of a foreign student – a certificate issued by a foreign school on the basis of the total years of the student’s schooling.

3. Another condition of admission is the result of the qualifying test covering the elementary school core curriculum in the following subjects: Polish language, English language, and Mathematics.

4. The admission decision is made by a committee appointed by the school principal.

Application for Admission to The Canadian Middle School of Warsaw

Principal of The Canadian Middle School
of Warsaw

I request for admission to Grade 1 of The Canadian Middle School of Warsaw in …………………………… school year.

Student’s signature

Fees and payment timetable for 2017/2018 school year

ADMISSION FEE ELEMENTARY
GR. 1-3
ELEMENTARY
GR. 4-5
ELEMENTARY
GR. 6-8
MIDDLE
GR. 2-3
Submitted upon admission Due the 5th day of every month; paid for 10 months from 09/2016
2 000 PLN 2 900 PLN  3 000 PLN  2 900 PLN   2 700 PLN
SENIORITY DISCOUNT OR FAMILY DISCOUNT
For students who attend our school over 3 years If at least 2 children from one family attend our school
100 PLN per family

Open Day at Elementary School Bełska 7 St. (Grades 1-5): Saturday, 10th March 2018   11.00am -3.00pm

Open Morning at Elementary School Bełska 7 St. (Grades 1-5) : Wednesday, 14th March 2018  9.00am- 12:00pm

Open Day at Elementary School Olimpijska 11 St. (Grades 7-9 and Middle School): Saturday, 10th March 2018   11.00am -3.00pm

Open Morning at Elementary School Olimpijska 11 St. (Grades 7-9 and Middle School): Wednesday, 14th March 2018  9.00am- 12:00pm

TEAM2018-09-12T14:56:40+00:00

Management Board

Founder and owner

Ms. Monika Dąbska-Chandler

Owner

Mr. Del Chandler

Middle School Principal

Ms. Iwona Nowakowska

Middle School Office

Mr. Krzysztof Kutnik – secretary.olimpijska@canadian-school.pl

Subject Teachers

Polish

Mr. Maciej Łokietek

I graduated from the Polish Department in Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz. I am a qualified teacher and an examiner in elementary school and run training sessions for other teachers. In my career I have worked in both public and private schools. I have been working in the Canadian School of Warsaw since 2011 as a Polish and a  homeroom teacher. I prepare students for contests and olimpiads, and organize state exams in the school. In our school I am considered to be the guardian of the accurate Polish forms.

As a typical Gemini, I am interested literally in everything. Although in my free time I read, visit big European cities, study the musar movement, meet my friends, I may seem a bit boring at times (at least that’s what I think 😉 ).

English

Mr. Wendel Ernstzen

For more than 2 decades I’ve been involved in the education of young minds and spirits, guiding and encouraging all to achieve more and go further. Having the good fortune of teaching in public and private school, from primary through to grade 12 in all my major university subjects of English, Mathematics and Art. Learning through fun is paramount to good education. Add a touch of discipline and respect for one and all, and you have a recipe for success.

Originally from Zambia, I was raised most of my life in Cape Town, South Africa. Truly the Mother City, where two oceans meet and having a mountain, Table Mountain, placed centrally in this beautiful city. My heart is African. Steve Biko, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela featured, and still feature, in my philosophy and life path. Love, respect, happiness.

French

Ms. Margot Nowak

‘I am from Fribourg in Switzerland, and a graduate of Warsaw University Center for foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education UW in the field of Philology.
I have accumulated considerable experience at teaching French to children. I am part of the French Association in Poland. I have taught at the Polish-French Society and, as a former homeroom teacher at a state school, I was responsible for the education of more than a hundred children at all grade levels. For the last three years I have been working as a French teacher in the CSoW.
I started my adventure in Preschool last year. I participated in IB trainings and methodological workshops such as Action in the PYP, and Concept-Based Learning.
I still develop my skills in The Institute of Applied Linguistics (ILS), University of Warsaw, is an independent research and training unit, educating translators, linguists and foreign language teachers.’

Biology

Mr. Dionizjusz Szymczykiewicz

Mathematics

Mr. Piotr Chlebus

‘I graduated from University of Warsaw in 2005 with a Master’s degree in Mathematics. For over seven years I had been working, mainly in Logistics in the private sector in Poland and in the UK. In 2015, after completing teaching training at Bath Spa University, I gained my Postgraduate Certification of Education in Secondary Mathematics. For a year I have been working as a Teacher of Mathematics and as a Supply Teacher in the Bristol area. In 2016 I took the opportunity to come back to Poland joining the Canadian School of Warsaw as a Teacher of Mathematics and Physics. I am a father of three. I play rugby and football whenever my wife lets me.’

Mr. Wendel Ernstzen

For more than 2 decades I’ve been involved in the education of young minds and spirits, guiding and encouraging all to achieve more and go further. Having the good fortune of teaching in public and private school, from primary through to grade 12 in all my major university subjects of English, Mathematics and Art. Learning through fun is paramount to good education. Add a touch of discipline and respect for one and all, and you have a recipe for success.

Originally from Zambia, I was raised most of my life in Cape Town, South Africa. Truly the Mother City, where two oceans meet and having a mountain, Table Mountain, placed centrally in this beautiful city. My heart is African. Steve Biko, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela featured, and still feature, in my philosophy and life path. Love, respect, happiness.

Chemistry

Ms. Agnieszka Rodzik

I graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry in 2010 with a Master of Science in Engineering degree in chemistry. I have been a qualified chemistry teacher for 7 years. I have been working in the Canadian School of Warsaw since 2012 as a science and chemistry teacher.

Art

Ms. Gabriela Wojciechowska

I feel both an artist and a teacher. I graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, where I got my master degree in Painting and Art Education. I have also been trained in Art Therapy at the Warsaw University Group Therapy & Training Postgraduate Study Center. I have worked as a qualified Art teacher for 14 years in private schools in Warsaw, with the CSoW since 2011 aboard. Lately I have been interested in workshops for children and adults based on local history questions, where I always try to involve participants creative skills and willingness.

Technical Skills

Ms. Anna Zarębska-Słomka

Music

Ms. Anna Dyś

Physical Education

Mr. Krzysztof  Michałowski

‘I graduated from Academy of Physical Education and Sports in Gdańsk with a Master’s degree.
I used to play for Polonia Bydgoszcz and Brda Bydgoszcz (Junior football teams).
I have been a Physical Education teacher at The Canadian School of Warsaw and The Canadian Preschool of Warsaw since 2015. I have completed a pediatric first aid training, I am also a Lacrosse instructor and skiing instructor.’

Ethics

Nurse

Ms. Anna Wysocka

I have worked at The Canadian School of Warsaw since 2005 in both preschool and elementary school.
I have a Master’s degree in Nursing from the Medical University of Warsaw and also a Master’s degree in Pedagogy from the University of Humanities and Economics in Łódź.
I am currently completing postgraduate studies in Psycho-Dietetics at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw.

EDUCATIONAL OFFER2018-09-12T15:09:54+00:00

The programme we offer is the following:

Curriculum:

    • Curriculum realization in accordance with the New Core Curriculum, Regulation of the Ministry of National Education of June 8th, 2009,
    • Expanding the Polish core curriculum by the pre-IB programme, preparing for the continuation of education in high schools following the IB Diploma Programme,
    • A number of classes substantially larger than included in the MEN requirements,
    • Regular preparation for the Middle School examination and the final project in accordance with the new core curriculum,
    • Textbooks, materials and scripts expanding the scope of material included in the core curriculum.

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Using the project method:

  • Preparation of transdisciplinary projects,
  • Preparation in English and Polish for the mandatory (MEN) final project at the end of the Middle School education.

Expansion of the programme by:

  • An increased number of hours of English language classes – 9 hours per week,
  • Preparation for the FCE and CEA language examinations,
  • Second modern language: French,
  • Programmes: Logomocja, Baltie, CarMetal, and Geogebra as an extension of ICT and Mathematics classes,
  • Free-of-charge Math and Science activities and workshops, among others at the Warsaw University,
  • Science clubs upgrading knowledge in a given discipline – Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology, and others,
  • Artistic and sports clubs,
  • Olympiads, Board of Education subject contests, nationwide and international contests,
  • Complementary classes.
  • Preparation to language exams: FCE, CAE.
  • Extension of Polish core curriculum for science classes with the pre-IB program to prepare students for further study in high school classes with international final exam.

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