Szkola Podstawowa nr 20

Szkoła Podstawowa nr 20 Ruda Śląska Szkoła Podstawowa nr20 was built in 1910. It supports kindergarten groups as well as normal primary classes. It is most certainly not the biggest school in the city of Ruda Śląska but it has got many achievements in the field of education. The biggest advantage of the school is the experienced and devoted teaching staff that encourages and inspires students.

English is the only foreign language taught in the school but it gives pupils the chance to concentrate only on this subject. Additionally, a number of teachers speaks and learns English on regular basis. The school provides a wide range of extracurricular activities. The students may join a lot of additional classes or, if they are younger, stay in the common room and participate in games or activities supervised by teachers. Additionally, the school has an ample opportunity to send our students on various competitions and educational trips that enrich the pupils’ knowledge and make them more interested in the school subjects taught. Ruda Śląska Ruda Śląska is a big industrial city in the south part of Poland. It supports various branches of industry connected with coal mining. Recently, some of the coal mines and ironworks have been shut down and the unemployment rate has risen to dangerous levels. Luckily, the region of Szkoła Podstawowa nr 20 has not been affected by the recent changes. Students Due to small size of school and a low number of students the teachers have an excellent opportunity to define the needs of individual students and adjust the approach towards them.

The school offers its students a variety of obligatory and extracurricular activities. The students of the primary school and kindergarten are also encouraged to develop their own interests. There are almost 200 hundred pupils. There is no visible division between nursery school rooms and the primary classrooms. That is why a lot of pupils continue their education in the primary school and the teachers know them far better than in a typical primary school.

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