Following the Polish government’s decision to close schools to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Akademeia High School has moved to online learning for our students from Thursday, 12th March 2020. To protect the health of our community, students are asked not to come to school and to join online classes. At this point, we expect the school to resume operations on 25th May, unless the governmental guidelines change.
Along with our teaching, our Admissions Team continues to work remotely. Please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: +48 22 299 87 80.
Online learning at Akademeia High School
Our strategy has been and remains to keep the school running as close to normal as possible via online teaching and learning. Our teachers have been adapting quickly and creatively to the virtual classroom. It has been inspiring and heartwarming to see our students and teachers rally together to create an effective virtual learning environment and new platforms to exchange ideas.
From the 12th of March, Akademeia High School switched to full online learning following the decision of the Polish government to close schools until Easter (at least). Students not only follow the full curriculum remotely, but they can also have individual online consultations, meet with their mentors, or seek support from our Wellbeing Team, as they would in school.
Online Visual and Musical Culture class by Aleksandra Wittchen, our Music Teacher.
Online teaching methods
Akademeia teachers have adapted their teaching methods for online learning. For example, some of our Mathematics teachers use touch screen technology to display solutions while talking with Y13 students at the same time.
A Mathematics lessons on integrations for Y13 students.