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Queen Jadwiga’s Primary School, also known as Lublin’s Primary School Nr. 21, will celebrate its 100 th anniversary in 2011.

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poniedziałek, 01 września 2008 08:31


Thank you for visiting our site. If you want to know more about our school, here are some answers to the questions you may have:

1) How old are the children when they start school?

They start school when they are six or seven, for the time being their parents decide about it, but in two years children will obligatory start school at the age of six.

2) Are kids divided according to their learning capabilities?

We do not divide children according to their achievements (the only exception is foreign language teaching: children may be divided into groups depending on their level of proficiency). We believe that less gifted students may take advantage both of the teaching and their brighter friends example.

3) What are the marks at school?

There are two systems of marking – one for learning achievements and one for behaviour. For learning achievements a student may get grades ranking from 1 – 6, where 1 is the worst and 6 the best.
The marks for behaviour are descriptive; the worst is unsatisfactory, then we have satisfactory, good, very good and exemplary.

4) What is the percentage for each of the above marks?
It is the following:
0%- 29%     1
30%- 50%     2
50%- 74%     3
75%- 90%     4
91%- 100%   5

5) How many kids go to Middle School?

100% because it is obligatory. So is High School but it is divided into several kinds of schools and it is up to the students which they choose.

6) At what age can a child finish school at earliest?

Children finish Primary School at the age of 13 but since Middle and High Schools are obligatory the child may finish school at the age of 18 at earliest.

7) How long is an average school day?

Each school day is 3 to 5 lessons long (1 lesson at school lasts 45 minutes) for kids at Primary School and 4 to 6 hours for children at Middle and High School. There are also breaks between the lessons. They may be from 5 to 20 minutes long.

8) Do children eat at school?

They do. They may buy their lunch at school. It is very cheap. Children from poor families have their lunches paid from the City Social Fund and a Roman-Catholic parish that co-operates with our school. The children have two 20-minutes breaks to eat their lunch.

9) How many hours does a teacher work per week?

A teacher works 18 hours a week but there may be some extra lessons depending on the needs of the school. The working day consists of 1 to 6 lessons. However, a teacher is also expected to co-operate with various committees that help organise the work at school. This is why he or she may stay at school a bit longer than it may seem judging from the length of their working hours.

Should you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to email us at:

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