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Our school and the region we live in
Where do we live? Kije is a village and administrative district in Pińczów County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship in south-central Poland
Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship It is one of 16 voivodeships (provinces). It is situated in south-central Poland and takes its name from the Świętokrzyskie (Holy Cross) mountain range.
The Świętokrzyskie Mountains They are the oldest and the lowest mountains in Poland, characterised by unique geological features to be found nowhere else in Europe.
The highest peaks in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains Mount Łysica (612 m above sea level) Mount Łysa Góra (595 metres above sea level) with a former Benedictine monastery.
The legend says that … … witches headed to their Sabbaths on Mount Łysa Góra riding broomsticks or carts pulled by goats.
Now … Świętokrzyska Witch (Baba Yaga), is flying on a broom and wearing black and red striped folk costume of Świętokrzyskie Mountains, and is an unofficial symbol of Kielce region
City Kielce Kielce is the capital and the largest city in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship. There are 204,891 inhabitants. The city is located in the middle of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains (Holy Cross Mountains).
Pearls of Kielce National Museum in Kielce… …is an art museum located in 17th century Palace of Cracov Bishops,
Pearls of Kielce The Cathedral Basilica… … is particularly famous for its age-old history and artistic craftsmanship.
Pearls of Kielce Karczówka is a picturesque hill in western Kielce. On the top of the hill there is a beautiful monastery from 17th century and a nature reserve.
Pearls of Kielce Kadzielnia is a nature reserve situated in the southern part of the city. There is an amphitheatre.
Our Village Kije is a village situated in north-west part of Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship
Landscape Parks The gmina contains parts of the protected areas: Nida Landscape Park Szaniec Landscape Park.
In the summer season you can use narrow-gauge railway „Ekspress Ponidzie” travelling on route Jędrzejów – Pińczów
Signs of the past Fara church in Kije from the XIIth century.399 )
View of Kije Village
Lower Secondary School in Kije In our school there are 134 students and 19 teachers. In the same building there is also Primary School.
Management Name and surname Function at school Subject taught Mariusz KudasiewiczHeadteacherGeography Tamara Piotrowska Deputy Headmaster Information Technology
Language Lab We like our classroom
Everyday school life Apart from traditional subject lessons…
Everyday school life … studnets learn by actor’s activities
Everyday school life There are also lots of different kinds of affairs in our school.
Everyday school life Every student in first class pledge to learn willingly and be a good student.
Everyday school life Students often take part in excursions and hiking.
Everyday school life They can get a motorbike driving licence.
Everyday school life Actor’s club „Without Curtains” prepare plays on different occasions.
Everyday school life There’s also „Dance Club” in our school. Students prepare show that add splendor to many occasions.
Everyday school life Every year, on Dec. 6th Santa Claus comes to visit us.
Everyday school life Sport plays an important part in school live. Our students get lots of prizes in sport competitions.
Everyday school life Fun and games are important part of students’ life
Educational system in Poland The compulsory Education in Poland starts at the age of five or six for the 0 class of kindergarten (Polish przedszkole) and six to seven years in the 1st class of primary school (Polish szkoła podstawowa). They stay there until they are twelve. Next they go to lower secondary school (Polish Gimnazjum) for 3 years. It is obligatory. After Gimnazjum students have final exams and if they get good notes they can choose better secondary school.
Educational system in Poland In Poland we have different types of secondary school: grammar schools technical colleges Both end with a maturity examination (matura) vocational schools After finishing secondary education, young people may go to university or start a job. Universities offer two types of studies: undergraduate – students get a Bachelor’s Degree postgraduate – a Master’s Degree.