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What's Up

Author Agata S.


History of our school-Primary school No. 45 in Bytom A turning point for the Primary School No. 45 in Bytom was September 1, 1986, when the first bell sounded at the school. The first director of the facility was Irena Kaleńska, MA, who, while managing the school, took care of the comprehensive development of students, gathering creative teachers around her, with initiative, both experienced and those who started working in a very modern school for those times. The SP45 with its deliberate H-shaped architectural layout was impressive - 4 segments, 3 gyms, workshops, several dozen rooms, a library, a canteen and a kitchen, spacious cloakrooms and large administrative facilities. The fact that the school was built on the former estate of Karol Godula, the mysterious figure known as the King of Zinc, with whom many Bytom legends are associated, is thrilling to this day. by Agata

Bombing news

Author Paulina G.

Bombing news Electric scooters in Bytom! From March 26th residents of Bytom can rent electric scooters. 18 points were opened in the city where they can be borrowed. The system was launched by the Company Bolt. The cost of use in 50 grosz per minute. To use the scooter, all you need to do is install the Bolt application on your phone. Thanks to it, you can unclock the scooter. You must to scan the QR code on the steering wheel. Unclocking is free. Now you can enjoy the ride. by Paulina

Animals Spring bird-spring lark Spring is the time of year when the first bird songs appear. One of the many is the lark. His singing is a beautiful melody. The lark is a unique bird that can sing while inhaling and exhaling. Its body length is 17-19 centimeters and its wingspan is 28-33 centimeters. Its plumage is a shade of brown. by Paulina


History of the British Royal Family

List of current members of the Royal Family of Windsor Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Elizabeth II

Duke of Edinburgh Philip (consort of the Queen)

Prince of Wales Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Kamila

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess Cambridge, real Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Author Karolina B.

There is an unwritten rule that to the British royal family belongs: The British monarch (king or queen), his / her spouse, widowed spouses of previous monarchs (such as Elizabeth, queen mother); the monarch's children and the monarch's grandchildren in the male line (princes and princesses) wives and widowed wives of the monarch's sons and grandsons (it does not refer to spouses of the monarch's daughters or granddaughters); before 1917, the monarch's great-grandchildren also had royal titles - and the wives of these princes, but not the husbands of the princesses. Official members of the royal family are entitled to Prince of the United Kingdom from birth.

Elizabeth II, full name Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (born 21 April 1926 in London) - Queen of the United Kingdom the coronation took place on 2 June 1953, daughter of King George VI and his wife, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon related Queen-Mother. In addition to the dignity of the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is also the head of 15 other states: Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Grenada, Canada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tuvalu and Solomon Islands, which, together with Great Britain, have a status of the so-called Commonwealth realm.

Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, English Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born as Duke of Edinburgh) Filip from Greece and Denmark, then Filip Mountbatten b.10 June 1921) prince of the United Kingdom, British prince consort as husband of Queen Elizabeth II. He is the longest ruling spouse in the history of the British Empire, and also the oldest spouse of the ever reigning British monarch, freemason.

Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles, Prince of Wales), Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor (born 14 November 1948 in London) - son of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Kamila, Duchess of Cornwall, real name Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, born as Camilla Rosemary Shand, primo voto Parker Bowles (born 17 July 1947 in London) - Duchess of the United Kingdom, for many years partner and the second wife of the Prince of Wales, the eldest daughter of Major Bruce Shanda and Rosalind Cubitt, daughters of 3rd Baron Ashcombe, granddaughter of Alice Keppel, mistress of King Edward VII.

Wilhelm Artur Filip Ludwik Mountbatten-Windsor (Eng. William Arthur Philip Louis Mountbatten-Windsor, His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge) KG, commonly known as Prince William (born 21 June 1982) - a member of the British royal family, son of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, brother of Prince Henry (commonly known as Prince Harry). He is the second person (after his father) in line to the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Since May 2006, the prince has presided over the English Football Federation. Since 1 January 2009 he has been the captain of three types of British Armed Forces: Marines, Navy and Air Force. The Queen appointed her grandson as the honorary commander of Royal Navy bases HMNB Clyde in Scotland, honorary commander of a submarine flotilla. Since 23 June 2010 he is a Royal Member of the Society. Wedding was provided by Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The engagement of Prince William (colloquially William), who is the second person in line to the throne of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and Catherine Middleton (colloquially: Kate) was announced on 16th of November 2010.

Prince Henry of Wales, commonly known as Prince Harry (born 15 September 1984) - member of the British royal family, son of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer, daughter of the 8th Earl of Spencer, grandson of the Queen Elizabeth II. Prince William's brother.

The British Royal family tree

Interesting facts about Queen Elizabeth II:

  • She has had over 30 Corgi dogs in her entire life.
  • Queen Elizabeth never went to school. However, it does not mean that she is uneducated.. Elizabeth and her sister Małgorzata, was taught by private teachers at home.
  • Elizabeth II carries money with herself only on Sundays so that she can make a donation during the mass in the church.
  • The Queen made over 250 trips abroad and visited 115 countries, including Poland in 1996.
  • The Queen speaks French fluently.
  • As all UK passports are issued in the name of the Queen, she does not possess one.
  • The Queen sometimes receives animals as gifts. She owns an elephant, two big tortoises, a jaguar, and a pair of sloths, but she donated them to the London Zoo.

What's up in nature


Author Tymoteusz O.

Colorful world In April, I was going hunting with my camera in the forest. I saw lots of diffrent animals in this place. Storks have already arrived from Africa and they were building nests. Animals like foxes, rabbits and boars change their color for summer. I fell in love with the view of the sweet bees and butterflies, which collect pollen. I like birds very much, who sing very beautiful songs

Spring coat Forest is still covered with Autumn leaves, but first flowers and new grass are growing from day to day. In trees, I saw flower buds and in the bushes I met lots of small, green leaves. In all the forest I could smell fresh flowers, like orchid and crocus.

TITBIT This season is famous for variable weather. This is where the saying „April is intertwined, a bit of winter and a bit of summer” came from.

Attractions in England

Studio Tour London-Harry Potter

Alton Towers

London Eye

Author Karolina B.

  • You can get a behind-the scenes look at the sets of the Harry Potter films. You can explore: Gringotts Wizarding Bank, Forbiden Forest, Great Hall, Dumbledore's Office.
  • You can buy some butterbeer, every flavour beans, wands, choccolate frogs!

Price: adults-29 £ children(5-15)- 21,50 £ children under the age of 4- free

  • It's the largest theme park in the UK. In the park there are over 40 rides and attractions. The Smiler is the world's first 14 loop rollercoaster.
  • Height: 30m
  • Length: 1170m
  • Speed: 85km/h

Price: adults- 46, 20 £ children 37, 80 £

London Eye, this is a cantilevered observation wheel in the londonborough of Lembeth. The wheel is 135m high, its full rotation takes 30 minutes and has 32 passenger capsules.

Ticket price: standard entry ticket: adults- 27 £ children- 22 £ children under the age of 4- free "Fast Track": adults- 37 £ children- 32 £ "Flexi Fast Track": adults(online)- 41£ children(online)- 26 £


Author Agata S.

Addiction - an acquired state of mental and physical health disorder characterized by a periodic or constant compulsion to perform a specific activity or take a psychoactive chemical substance.

The term addiction is used, inter alia, in relation to mental disorders such as drug addiction (drug addiction), alcohol (alcoholism) or cigarettes (nicotine addiction). In a broader sense, the term addiction is also used to refer to many other compulsive behaviors, including compulsive shopping, watching TV, gambling or computer games or excessive use of the Internet. Contemporary psychology treats the term addiction broadly and assumes that it may also include other activities over which a given person has lost control. by Agata