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The main aim of our school is to prepare children to live in a multilingual and culturally diverse world. That is why we educate our students bilingually, ensuring the highest  level of education and comprehensive development.

Tęczowy Ogród was founded in 2011 as the first private kindergarten in Warsaw. From the beginning, it stood out for providing high quality education, which has been proven by satisfied customers and various awards.  In 2004, 2009, and 2014 we were granted an international certificate by the European Union, the European Language Label for new initiatives in teaching foreign languages.

Thinking of further education for our kindergarteners, we set up TĘCZOWY OGRÓD Bilingual School on Miłobędzka 14 street in Mokotów.

We are concerned about our students’ needs and therefore we are constantly developing in order  to raise the level of education. In September 2014, we decided to change the name of our school to WARSAW BILINGUAL SCHOOL Bilingual Primary School No.77. Our motivation was the need  to emphasize our bilingualism and long term presence on the market.

In 2014/2015, a decision was made to move the school to a larger and more modern building. It’s the next step in raising the standards and educational quality of our school. The new building, situated on Radarowa 6 street, will provide our students with more possibilities and  chances of development.

On May 26, 2017, after many years of searching for the most adequate patron for our school, a ceremony was held and our school was named after Professor Władysław Bartoszewski.

We educate our pupils in both Polish and English languages. Our bilingual program  is a synergy of the Polish core curriculum of the Minister of National Education and English curriculum. Children learn that the same information can be taught in various ways in two language systems.  We aim to develop the competency of communicative students on the basis of functional bilingualism such as expanding the ability of freely using English and Polish every day.


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