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01 Glimpse into the English Class

In the English class students were encouraged to collaborate and communicate to complete a variety of tasks; they worked with partners or in small teams to practice their English speaking skills.

First graders did the ‘Fancy dress party’ project, the aim of which was to describe a fancy- dress outfit and create an avatar dressed in that clothing; students published their work in padlet.

First Graders

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To celebrate Global Media and Information Literacy Week first graders (1a) learnt to distinguish between fake and real news; they also played the Fake News Kahoot game-quiz.

First Graders



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They developed the necessary skills for delivering public speeches. Students discussed a variety of thought-provoking topics that centred around the Royal Family; Elon Musk, the visionary of the future; secrets to a good night’s sleep; climate protesters throwing food at art or the least populated villages.

2 Graders/4 Graders

02 What's on in the UK in October

Jeans for genes

The Jeans for Genes campaign raises awareness of the daily challenges faced by those living with a genetic condition and raises money to fund projects that make a tangible difference to the lives of those affected. The most important goals of the campaign: brings together the genetic condition community in order to make a loud noise about the issues that matter to them, shines a light on the organisations that work tirelessly to improve the lives of affected individuals; and celebrates the achievements of those living with a genetic condition. The annual Jeans for Genes fundraising event, encourages children and adults to wear their jeans to school or to work on a specific day in exchange for a small donation. Their extraordinary charity partners put the money raised by Jeans for Genes fundraisers to work to change the lives of those across the UK with a genetic condition.

The Battle of Trafalgar was fought on the 21 October 1805, off Cape Trafalgar on the Spanish coasts. Why was there a Battle of Trafalgar? Britain and France had been at war with each other a long time. In 1802, both countries signed a truce but neither expected it to last and it didn't. In 1804 the war began again, and this time Napoleon (on the French side) intended to invade Britain. It was Nelson's job to stop him. On October 21, 1805, the both sides met. Admiral Nelson had a fleet of 27 ships The French and Spanish had an armada of 33 vessels. (The commander in charge of the armada at the time was Vice- Admiral Villeneuve.) The British cut the French and Spanish line of battle and destroyed or captured almost all their ships. But, a french marksman spotted Nelson and shot him! When Nelson was shot, at the height of the Battle of Trafalgar, the whole of the country was plunged into mourning. Nelson was given a grand State Funeral and is buried in a tomb in St Paul's Cathedral. Statues of Nelson were erected all over Britain, the most famous being in Trafalgar Square in London. His flagship HMS Victory serves as a shrine to one of the country's rich naval history.

The Battle of Trafalgar

Every year, Humphrey’s Pyjama Week takes place, during which children throughout the country wear their pajamas to school or nursery in exchange for a £2 donation to The Children’s Trust, the United Kingdom’s premier charity for children with brain damage. The week is named after the classic children’s book series “Humphrey’s Corner.” Over 40,000 youngsters are expected to suffer brain damage as a consequence of accidents or sicknesses in the U.K. — the term for this is “acquired brain damage.” Although some children are extremely fortunate to recover completely, others may be left with long-term and life- altering consequences. Each year, many more children are born with brain injuries or suffer from a degenerative brain disorder. The Children’s Trust and its employees strive to assist children with complicated medical requirements in living their best lives. The charity’s services are not completely financed by statutory sources — hence its reliance on voluntary contributions from its supporters. All funds earned during this unique week will be used to provide specialized care for children as well as organized visits to farms, museums, and the movies.

Humphrey's Pyjama Week

03 Matura Toolkit

Matura Toolkit The day of the English matura exam is creeping closer and closer. You’ll be tested on four different skills, not to mention your grammar and vocabulary knowledge. Here you’ll find some useful links to free resources. Study effectively with practice tests to ensure you get all of your revision done.


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This website contains lots of free English exam practice materials to help you improve your English skills: grammar, listening, reading and writing:


https://quizlet.com/92700728/longman-repetytorium-maturalne-czlowiek-poziom-podstawowy-flash- cards/


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