Polish language summer course

Language summer course
Children and young people are invited to enjoy a holiday camp for learning Polish in Poland

Children and young people are invited to enjoy a holiday camp for learning Polish in Poland. It's an excellent opportunity to perfect your knowledge of the language or begin to learn it from the beginning. It's also a change for an unforgettable holiday in Poland.

Taking part in the camp are children and teenagers from all over the world. Learning together and spending their time actively after lessons - team games, bonfires, discos - this is a fantastic opportunity to make new friends and acquaintances.

As well as their daily Polish lessons, the children and young people take part in a rich recreational program. It's all set up to not only allow the participants to practice and improve their language, but also give them a real relaxing holiday at the same time.

Our young, energetic and at the same time experienced teachers are able to get the participants interested in the language in an attractive, creative way, help them broaden their knowledge and break down the language barrier.

Polish language camp in the Tatra Mountains in 2018

Dates: 26.06.2018 to 09.07.2018

Location: Poronin is a village in the Podhale area located at the foot of the Tatras, not far from one of the most popular resorts in Poland - Zakopane. A beautiful panorama of the entire Tatra range stretches out in front of it. The location of Poronin makes it ideal for an active holiday and mountain hiking.

Polish language classes: held daily from Monday to Friday, with 3 lessons every day (a total of 30 lessons during the whole stay). The participants in the camp are divided into groups (maximum 15 people) taking into account their knowledge of the Polish language and the language lessons are run within these groups.

Accommodation: 3-5 bed rooms with bathrooms and TV in a new building in the traditional style of the Polish highlanders. The resort is situated in a beautiful corner of Poronin, near a forest, 200m from a river. On the premises, and available to the participants are, among other things, a well-equipped discotheque, an indoor pool, table tennis, pool table, sports pitch (volleyball, football, basketball), a playground, and a large green area which can be used for recreation and games. Rooms in Cracow - hostel, 3-6 person rooms.

Meals: four meals per day (breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, supper), the camp starts with a dinner, and ends with a lunch.

Camp activities:

1) Guided tour of Cracow (Wawel castle - the royal chambers, the cathedral, the Zygmunt bell, the banks of the Vistula, the royal way, St Mary's church, the cloth hall, Collegium Maius)

2) Visit to the historic salt mine in Wieliczka

3) Excursion to Zakopane (guided city tours - a walk on Krupówki, a visit to the Tatra museum, admission to the Gubałówka funicular railway, admission to the Great Krokiew ski-jumping stadium - entry to the observation deck).

4) Meeting with folk artists, a highland evening including lessons in highland dance and folk song.

5) Themed workshops (music, dance, design, sport)

6) Discos

7) Games, sporting contests and activities, outdoor games

8) Bonfire with sausages

9) Hikes in the area

The camp participants will be under the care of qualified educational staff and medical care is provided for them.

Price: 780 GBP / 1150 USD / 1550 CAD

Additional fees: Airport transfers

Detailed information and a pricelist for the camp is available in this leaflet:
Polish version
English version
German version

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The time I spent in Kraków at Glossa has been some of the best weeks of my life. I learnt quite a lot in a short period, I actually liked going to school, and I met a lot of really nice people I'm still in contact with.


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