"WARS and SAWA closer to the Community, Science, Art – the  SeNS of supporting talented people”

On Monday, 28 May 2018, the first round table deliberations were held in our school as part of the ongoing project - "WARS and SAWA closer to the Community, Science, Art – the  SeNS of supporting talented people”. The proceedings were led by the mediator Ms Malina Baranowska Janus and Ms Małgorzata Leszko from Civic Education Centre. Not only students representing each of the classes took part in the deliberations, but also teachers : Ms Beata Pręgowska, Ms Anna Nadolska, Ms Dobrosława Kowalska, Mr Tomasz Ładziak, Ms Anna Rosłonek and school counselor Ms Marlena Pacholczyk.

During the meeting the students raised a few issues that they would like to change in our school. The most important issue turned out to be the need to organize tourist and integration trips. Each of the students and teachers could take the floor and express their opinion. After 2-hour negotiations, the meeting members agreed all the conditions needed to meet the pupils' needs and expressed their willingness to organize the round table regularly.


On Thursday 22 March 2018 the second workshop of the project "WARS and SAWA - closer to the Community, Science, and Art - the SeNS of supporting gifted students" was held in our school. The workshop was conducted by Ms. Małgorzata Leszko from the Civic Organization Center.

During the course, various games and exercises were carried out, e.g. "playing with a blanket". Students also made a project in groups. The subject of the project was: "Teachers, principal, parents". The students had to present their vision of each of the given social groups. At the end of the workshop, the next meeting "Round table deliberations" was established. During the meeting we will discuss the most important issues regarding the implementation of our students’ ideas.



On Thursday 8th of February 2018 the first workshops of the project “ Wars and Sawa closer to community, science and art – the sense of supporting talented people” were held in our school. The workshops were led by Mrs. Małgorzata Leszko from the Civic Education Centre. The aim of the project is to enrich and improve our pupils’ school life.

During the classes, two exercises called “ brainstorms” were carried out and our students could present their school and off-school activities. In this task the most important issue was not only determining the purpose, people responsible for making decisions and taking part in performed activities but also specifying what rights and choices have the pupils of our school. Then they tried to determine what they would like to change. As the main topic they chose trips and selected a few ideas they would like to realize in our school. The next stage of the workshops will be planning the implementation of one of the selected ideas. The students are ready to work and full of hope to achieve the planned goal.


According to the procedure for granting the Certificate Wars and Sawa, schools after 3 years from obtaining the Certificate may apply for an extension for an indefinite period by submitting the apropriate application with an internal evaluation program to support talented students. Last year our school applied for the above extension. The indefinite certificate has been awarded to 48 schools.
In the delegation of our school were the following persons: principal Ms Anna Chylińska, the leader SZWU Ms Dobrosława Kowalska, the leader of the evaluation program Ms Marlena Pacholczyk and students Przemysław Kopania -class 4d and Paweł Nogal - class 3d.
The indefinite certificate was handed by Deputy Mayor Warsaw, Mr Włodzimierz Paszyński and director of Education Office of the city of Warsaw, Ms Joanna Gospodarczyk. It turned out that our school is in a group of 14 schools with an asterisk, whose applications were assessed at the highest level.
The gala was led by Artur Wolski, teacher and cultural animator and organizer of many creative projects in the field of cultural education. In one of the competitions our student won a prize ( a ticket to Copernicus Science Centre).
During the award ceremony there was a scientific show prepared by Copernicus Science Center.

 Extracurricular classes


On the 8th of October 2012 our school, prof. Stanislaw Berger’s Hotel and Catering technical college No. 2, was honoured by WARS and SAWA, the Warsaw President's Certificate. Our school was paricularly awarded for supporting talented pupils.
Ms Hanna Gronkiewicz Waltz, who participated in the ceromony, gave our principal Ms Anna Chylinska the certificate. Mr Wlodzimierz Paszyński, the deputy of the Capital City of Warsaw President, and Ms Joanna Gospodarczyk, the Director of Education Office of Capital City of Warsaw. The gale of giving the Certificates of WARS and SAWA was attended by the chapter members who submitted certificate approvals, mayors of all districts of Warsaw together with Mayor of Praga Poludnie Mr Jaroslaw Karcz, governors of Education Departments together with Governor of Praga Poludnie Ms Marzena Adamiak and representatives of all rewarded schools.

The event was accompanied by academic display entitled “ Ciśnienie, czyli 20 000 torebek cukru”.
Our school was represented by: the principal Ms Anna Chylinska, Ms Dobroslawa Kowalska, the leader of school supporting team for talented pupils, and Michal Soliwoda, a pupil who in previous year had the best results and tried to get the President of the Council of Ministers reward.


Certificate of President of Warsaw WARS and SAWA issued for schools supporting talented students.

Multiple Intelligence Questionnaire
Characteristics of the behaviour of a gifted student

Characteristics of the behaviour of a gifted students - a tool for diagnosing by the teacher.
Diffrerent types of intelligence and their use for personal and professional purposes - interpretation of the questionnaire



Extra-curricular classes for telented pupils 2015/2016


Register of talented students - ZSGH

School program to work with gifted students - ZSGH