The sixth and seventh grade students took the Bee P on a trip to Warsaw. The trip lasted 3 days and we saw the most famous attractions and historic monuments of the Polish capital. On the first day we visited the Polish Parliament and the Łazienki Park. On the second day we saw the National Stadium where we heard the interesting facts about our national football team, we also visited the main building of Polish television to discover how the television programmes are created and broadcasted. In the afternoon we played and did experiments at Copernicus Science Centre. On the last day we visited Wilanów to admire the beautiful John Sobieski III’ palace and take part in museum classes.
Our Polish Bee (Bee-P) accompanied students from fourth class on the school trip to Kraków. Students showed the Bee the exhibition concerning the history of one of the most famous ships in the world – Titanic. We learned about the times the legendary ship was built, its construction and the reasons of the tragedy. We had occasion to find out who were the passengers of the ship and to admire the ship’s interiors and the artefacts that came from the Titanic shipwreck. We also discovered how passengers sent the messages from the ship and how the Titanic radio station worked. After the exhibition we visited the main square of the Old town of Krakow and the Wawel hill where we met the legendary dragon.