Uroczystość przy polskim pomniku w Invergordon

Dnia 20go listopada, Polska Szkoła im Św Jana Pawła II w Inverness brała udział w uroczystości przy polskim pomniku w Invergordon. Składano wieniec, róże i znicze za poległych Rodaków.
Dzięki dotacji od Rotariuszów, przejechaliśmy minibusem na wycieczkę z Inverness.

On 20th November the Polish/Scottish Saturday school travelled for the annual Remembrance service to commemorate the fallen Polish fighters.
Thanks to a kind donation from the Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness we were able to hire a minibus to take us there.

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Akademia 11go Listopada

AKADEMIA 11go LISTOPADA I PREZENTACJA CERTYFIKATÓW – NA NAJWYŻSZYM POZIOMIE Z JĘZYKA POLSKIEGO –
GRATULUJEMY!

12go listopada 2016 obchodziliśmy Św. Niepodległości Akademia w Polskiej Szkole w Inverness. Po zakończeniu uroczystości i przedstawieniu, certyfikaty egzaminów AQA z Języka Polskiego na poziomie maturalnym zostały wręczone wybitnym uczniom, przez Panią Bernadette Cairns z Highland Council, która od wielu lat wspiera naszą szkołę.
Gratulujemy naszym uczniom – zdobyli Baccalaureat z polskiego!

On the 12th November 2016 the Polish School celebrated Poland’s Day of Freedom, and paid respect to our fallen fighters. Afterwards, certificates of AQA exams in Polish at A level were presented by Mrs Bernadette Cairns of Highland Council, who has supported us and helped our Polish/Scottish school for many years.
We congratulate our exceptional students on their Baccalaureat in Polish!

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Zdjęcie 1: Uczniowie z Klasy II i III przedstawiali historię Niepodległości

Photo 1: Pupils from class II and III present the History behind our important day

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Zdjęcie 2: Wybitni uczniowie klasy Gimnazjalnej
Dominik Firzyk, GCSE, Adriana Czarnowska, Aleksandra Czarnowska, Wojciech Kubiak, Adam Kubiak, Bernadette Cairns (od lewej)

Photo 2: Our outstanding senior pupils
Dominik Fitrzyk, Adriana Czarnowska, Aleksandra Czarnowska, Wojciech Kubiak, Adam Kubiak and Mrs Bernadette Cairns

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Zdjęcie 3: Zosia Wierzbowicz-Fraser Dyrektor Szkoły, Graham Ross (Radny Highland Council), Margaret Dow (wdowa Weterana), Bernadette Cairns (Highland Council), Uczniowie

Photo 3: Zosia Wierzbowicz-Fraser (School Director), Cllr Graham Ross, Mrs Margaret Dow (Veteran’s Widow), Mrs Bernadette Cairns

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Polska Szkoła Sobotnia  im. Św. Jana Pawła II w Inverness

Drodzy Rodzice!

Mamy przyjemność zawiadomić Państwa że od 5go listopada 2016
Wracamy do zajęć w szkole St Joseph’s przy King Street IV3 5DG.
Zajęcia się odbędą od 10.00-15.00
Remont szkoły St Joseph’s tymczasowo odwołany do lutego 2017.

SERDECZNIE ZAPRASZAMY RODZICÓW I DZIECI OCZEKUJĄCYCH PRZYJĘCIA DO SZKOŁY NA REJESTRACJĘ o 9.30 5/11/2016 W SZKOLE ST.JOSEPH’S.
Koszt za dziecko wynosi £30.00 miesięcznie, 12 razy rocznie według Regulaminu.
Wpłaty przez STANDING ORDER na konto bankowe szkoły
Bank of Scotland Eastgate, Inverness
KOD: 80-91-26 NUMER KONTA: 06016176
ZAPRASZAMY!

Zapraszamy na Akademię z okazji Święta Niepodległości 12 listopad w Sali Przedszkolnej na godz 14.00 i na wycieczkę do Invergordon na Nabożeństwo 20go listopada. Minibus zostanie zamówiony.

“EU nationals make a valuable contribution to our economy as do the 1.2 million UK nationals resident in other EU countries. Post Brexit, I am confident we can work to secure and guarantee the best results for both groups always remembering how important they are to our future.”

“I would like to say that the truly abhorrent hate crimes that some EU nationals have had to face are totally unacceptable and I will do all I can to ensure the authorities deal with these disgusting attacks.”

Regards
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Edward Mountain MSP
Representing the Highlands & Islands
Parliament: M3.18, The Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, Edinburgh. EH99 1SP
Telephone: 0131 348 6144
E-mail: edward.mountain.msp@parliament.scot

SHIMCA 1 Ardconnel Terrace Directions

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Link to location on Google Maps

We are the one with the blue door. You can either park you car at Eastgate, come out of M & S and walk up to Lloyds TSB on you right and Bank of Scotland & Royal Bank of Scotland on your left. The set of steps “Market Brae Steps” in the middle, walk up the Market Brae Steps until the top and you can see the building on your left.

If you prefer driving then you have to drive up the Crown passing the Midmills College, enter Charles Street when you see Chris Crook the Barber. At the top of Charles Street you can try and park at Hill Place or Raining Stairs Car Park or check if we have any space left on your
right. Car Parks are free after 6pm.

(We are the opposite end of Blind Craft Workshop)

Tymczasowa relokacja szkoły

Szkoła im. Św. Jana Pawła II w Inverness

Drodzy Rodzice!

Z powodu generalnego remontu szkoły podstawowej St Joseph’s, siedziba naszej szkoły tymczasowo będzie przeniesiona do siedziby Chińskiej SHIMCA
Pod adresem:

1 ARDCONNEL TERRACE
INVERNESS
IV2 3AE

Link do lokacji na mapie Google
(Jest to budynek po prawej stronie z niebieskimi drzwiami)

Od 20go sierpnia włącznie do 5go listopada.
Termin ukończenia prac remontowych może ulec zmianie; może dłużej potrwać.
Z powodu braku miejsc w salach w SHIMCA, nie przyjmujemy nowych dzieci aż wrócimy do szkoły St Joseph’s.
NOWE GODZINY ZAJĘĆ 10.00-15.00

Wszelkie zmiany i informacje będą dostępne na stronie Związku Polaków www.polness.org.uk

It goes without saying that EU nationals make an invaluable contribution not just to our economy, but to our society and our daily lives. I can assure you that there will be no immediate change in the status of EU nationals living in the United Kingdom.

Similarly, I expect the discussions that the UK Government has with the European Union to agree the arrangements for the UK’s exit will undoubtedly reflect the immense contribution made by EU citizens to our economy, our NHS and our schools, and in so many other ways. The UK Government has also, rightly, indicated its desire to secure the interests of the 1.2 million British citizens who live and work elsewhere in the EU.

I am confident that we will be able to work to secure and guarantee the legal status of EU nationals living here as well as the rights of British citizens abroad, through reciprocal discussions with the European Union as part of the formal negotiations to leave the EU.

In the meantime, let me stress that EU nationals continue to be welcome in Scotland and across the United Kingdom.

There have been some truly abhorrent hate crimes perpetrated against EU nationals following the referendum, and we must not stand for attacks of any kind. They must be, and will be, tackled in the strongest possible terms.

Ruth Davidson MSP (Leader –Conservative and Unionist Party –Scottish Parliament)

Highland Council issues a statement setting out its position on the EU

The Highland Council today considered the impact of Thursday’s vote for the UK to leave the European Union.

Members noted the expected implications for Highland of the UK decision to leave the European Union and agreed to meet as appropriate to consider possible scenarios and initiate contingency planning.

The following statement from the Council was agreed by Members.

“Highland Council believes that the Highlands is a well educated, innovative and resilient area and is open to business and new business opportunities.

“We will carefully monitor developments as the withdrawal from Europe begins and will demonstrate leadership for our communities as we plan and prepare for our future.

“Highland Council wishes to reassure everyone of all cultures, races and communities that they are valued members of our Community and we will continue to welcome migrants into Highland.

“This Council will endorse and support the endeavours of the Scottish Parliament to maintain and protect Highland’s and Scotland’s position within the European Union.”

Leader of the Council, Councillor Margaret Davidson said:

“The result of the referendum on Thursday will have considerable consequences for us all over the coming months and years.  This paper sets out some of the current European funding we benefit from as well as a number of risks and impacts.

“We will be working as a Council to explore what this decision might mean for the Highlands and how we can best respond to that.

“We need to promote confidence and be as positive as we can be. The drop in sterling will indeed mean it will be easier for Highland businesses to export and for foreign tourists to come and visit the Highlands.”

She continued: “Council business and services will continue as usual and we will endeavour to provide as much stability as we can during the uncertain times ahead. We will do what we can, working with the Cities Alliance and community planning partners, to prepare for the future.”

The paper discussed can be viewed on the Council website.

The Highland Council