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  1. The name of the school is: Polish School Glasgow CIC. Polish name of the school is: Polska Szkoła Glasgow CIC.
  2. Polish School Glasgow is a non-profit organisation in the form of community interest company. The organisation is registered with Companies House SC498672, Polish Educational Society (Polska Macierz Szkolna) in London and with the Polish General Consulate in Edinburgh.
  3. Polish School Glasgow CIC has been set up to teach Polish language, Polish history and geography. The aim of the school is to introduce pupils to Polish culture and traditions.
  4. Polish School Glasgow CIC provides its services to the parents in Glasgow area (main branch) and Coatbridge (subbranch).
  5. The principal document is the Constitution.
  6. The school activities are also regulated by the following documents: school regulation, health and safety policy and curriculum.
  7. The main branch operateson Saturaday, at Dalmarnock Primary School, 111 Baltic Street, G40 3BA, Glasgow.
  8. Sub branch in Coatbridge operates on Saturday at St.Stephen’s Church, Paddock Street, Coatbridge, ML5 4PG
  9. Company registered office:

Flat 2L,

3 Boon Drive,

G15 6BT Glasgow

  1. The company employs two directors: Lucyna Gil and Pawel Poranski, who are responsible for day to day schools’ operations.
  2. The parents may form Parents & Teachers Associations to help with non educational issues within the school.
  3. Polish School Glasgow CIC is financially independent organisation. Funds come from fees paid by parents and from received grants.



  1. The main focus of the school is to support children and their families in development of their community language. Our aim is to bilingual children, who are aware of and part of both Polish and British culture. The school also offers Polish history, geography and culture classes. The cultivation of Polish culture and traditions is achieved by organising school events connected with Polish traditions.
  2. To promote integration among the local Polish community and integration of Polish community with their Scottish neighbours.
  3. Creating links with similar organisation in Scotland, especially those working with children e.g. scouting groups, sports clubs etc.
  4. Creating opportunities for volunteering for parents and former pupils.
  5. Promoting Polish language, culture and traditions in Scottish society.
  6. Supporting local charitable and not for profit initiatives e.g. collections, donations etc.