Andrzej Jamiołkowski, Iwona Kliber, Elżbieta Szabelska, Daniela Dębska, Katarzyna Wolska
Powering Cities without Harming the Climate
The Powstańców Warszawy (Warsaw Insurgents) Secondary School was established in November 1944 by its Patrons, the Warsaw Insurgents. We endeavour to cultivate the traditions by introducing the history of the insurgents’ fights to students through not only organising meetings with our alumni, but also holding competitions and field games. We are a Varsavian School striving for interdisciplinary and modern ways of teaching. Our students participate in museum lessons, theatre performances, cinema screenings and various educational trips. We have been participating in the GLOBE Programme involving hydrological and atmospheric research since 2005. We are committed to ensuring that the students who take science courses acquire practical skills during field research in addition to their theoretical knowledge. We collaborate with universities and schools from Germany. Our school has also been actively involved in voluntary work and has been initiating many charity actions for years. Our students try to balance learning with physical activity and achieve successes in both areas. Our school is also well-known for its friendly atmosphere – we hold an annual School Day when the whole community – students, teachers and graduates look forward to.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824466.
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