"Physical play includes activities that use physical movements to allow children to use their energy, and it gives children the chance to develop gross and fine motor skills, learn new things and socialize. Physical play also benefits a child’s health. Understanding the importance of physical play is vital to your child’s development."
Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist (16.11.2017)
"Safe parent-child relationship, also called attachment, is a kind of "proximity "- a relationship based on the physical and emotional availability of parents. In the first years of their lives, children begin an incredible path of development and change. During this period bond is the foundation, supporting every sphere of child development "
Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz –psychologist (15.10.2017)
„Understanding how your child learns can make their education a better experience for all. Learning and school is not a one-size fits all.”
Michalina Biedrzycka- pedagogue, educational therapist (11.10.2017)
September at school is a special time. We had to say goodbye to holiday and prepare for the new tasks that the school year brings. This year we also welcomed new students, teachers. In September, integration classes were held in all classes. With fun we got to know each other and learn to cooperate. These activities also helped new students who joined the school.
Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz - psychologist (15.10.2017)
„Runny noses. Constant colds. Recurrent flus. Gastrointestinal bugs. Most parents think these conditions are just par for the course with children in day care or school. But not all children are getting sick. Not all children have runny noses.
We don’t just have to accept our child’s current state of health. We can actually take measures to boost their defenses, speed healing, and help them to gain a greater level of wellness.” https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-13175/6-ways-to-boost-your-childs-immune-system.html Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist (12.10.2017)