Polish Supplementary School in Newry was established in November 2008 on Polish Parents’ own initiative. The main objective of the school is to promote and preserve Polish language, culture, history, geography tradition and heritage.
There are approximately 100 pupils enrolled in academic year 2017/2018 who are being taught by 7 fully qualified teachers supported by 3 classroom assistants and 4 volunteers.
Our staff have Northern Irish police certificate (Access NI) and Child Protection Certificate. They also keep improving their skills by taking part in various workshops, courses and trainings.
Classes are held in St. Joseph’s Boys High School in Newry, 20 Armagh Road, BT35 6DA.
PSU is a part of Polish Educational Forum in Northern Ireland – association for Polish supplementary schools and organizations involved in the teaching of Polish language and popularizing the knowledge of the Polish culture in Northern Ireland.
Our patron is Mikolaj Kopernik (Nicolaus Copernicus) famous Polish mathematician and astronomer who established the concept of a the Heliocentric Solar System.
We are a friendly school where children are happy to learn their native language and which helps the parents to raise bilingual and multicultural children who are aware of and part of Polish, Irish and British culture.
A little detail about us
Academic year 2018/2019
Number of teachers
Number of grups
Number of pupils
3 to 16 *
Times of classes
Saturdays 10.00 to 14.00
You can enroll your child in our school
at any time during school term.
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