Individual and group lessons, tutoring, exam preparation
“Without a knowledge of languages you feel as if you don’t have a passport.” Anton Chekhov
At Cambridge School of English we teach not only foreign languages but also our native language - Polish. Foreigners who have arrived in Poland are offered practical Polish lessons that will enable successful communication in everyday life. You will be able to use Polish in speaking and writing with confidence. What is more, we will enrich the course with chosen aspects of Polish culture.
Polish language lessons
ALL LEVELS: classes are conducted on all levels in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR): from A1 to C2
JOIN GROUPS AT ANY TIME: The pace of the course is always adjusted to students’ preferences and needs. Our language school is open during summer holidays or winter breaks, so it’s always a good time to start learning.
FREE trial lesson of Polish for Foreigners
INDIVIDUAL POLISH LESSONS: entirely adapted to your needs, aims and expectations
LOCATIONS: you can choose the most convenient option for you: at your home, at your workplace, or at our school's premises:
- Centre, 10 Widok Street
- Centre, 8/17 Marszałkowska Street
- Centre, 7 Konwiktorska Street
- Centre, 27/9 Chmielna Street
TEACHING MATERIALS: We use selected and tested publications such as ‘Krok po kroku’ and ‘Hurra’. We do not rely only on the course books. Our teachers enrich their classes with supplementary materials, short videos, newspaper articles, and others to encourage students to discuss and express their opinions. Also worthy of note is the fact that our group of language school, operating on the Polish market since 1991, has created a course book - ‘Welcome to Poland!’ - for learning Polish as a foreign language.
TEACHERS: Cambridge School of English teachers are well qualified and experienced specialists with not only a good academic and / or linguistic background, but also outstanding personal characteristics such as kindness, enthusiasm and passion for teaching. They are open-minded and ready to try out new methods and teaching approaches.