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Ladies and Gentlemen, if you are interested in learning your child at the Polish Saturday School, please fill out our form.
Note: We fill out one form for one child: i.e if you apply for, for example, two children to be admitted to school, then you fill in two more forms, three – three, etc. Please use Polish fonts in accordance with the childrens birth certificates.
We reserve the right to introduce Polish language proficiency tests and assign the child to a class comparable to his skills and knowledge.
Best Place for your child
Our School in Chester has many Professional teachers who teach your child the Polish language, Mathematics, art, geography, and history and guide your child in development; if you live in this area, this school is ideal for your child.
Best choice for your child
Our school in Wrexham is ideal for your child if you live in the Wrexham area. In this school are working only with entirely professional teachers who guide your child and help with assignments; in this school, your child can learn the Polish language, mathematics, art, history, geography, and much more; ask our client support if you have any questions.
Polish school history in Chester dates back to the mid-1940s when an influx of Polish immigrants arrived in the city after World War II.
Polish school history in Chester dates back to the mid-1940s when an influx of Polish immigrants arrived in the city after World War II. These immigrants wanted their children to learn the Polish language and culture and so the Polish school was established. Classes were held in the basement of All Saints Church and in private homes until the early 1950s.
The school was very popular and by the 1960s had around 100 students. In 1973, the school bought a building of its own in Hoole, Chester and was renamed The Polish School of Chester. In the 1980s, the school was officially recognised by the Polish Ministry of Education and is now thriving.
Today, The Polish School of Chester offers classes to children from ages 4 to 18, providing a comprehensive education in the Polish language, literature, history and culture. Although the school is based in Chester, it has attracted students from all over the UK and even from other countries. It is an important part of the city’s cultural heritage.