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About funds from the European Union with the youth - the future of the nation (29.01.2023)

Yesterday, our school was visited by Mr. Tomasz Aniuksztys - the leader of the Noble Gift charity organisation in Gryfice County and the head of the Local Information Point of the European Union. Mr. Aniuksztys talked about obtaining EU funds for various projects and investments. The students found the topic very interesting. They willingly asked questions and inquired about the possibility of implementing various tasks with the support of EU funds. The meeting was organized by the School European Club


The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity is playing again! (29.01.2023)

The 31st Grande Finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity is playing on Sunday, 29th January. The Grand Finale is a one-day public fundraiser. Traditionally, the Grand Finales are preceded by online auctions, activities, and events starting in December. This year's Finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity plays under the theme: ‘We want to beat sepsis!’, a serious life-threatening condition. Today, the community of "Chrobry" joined the fundraiser and organized a charity fair. Pastries prepared by students and their parents were selling like the proverbial hotcakes.


Oxford Debate on Human Rights (24.01.2023)

Today, the students took part in the third edition of the Oxford debate. This time the topic was about human rights. The thesis of the debate: 'Human rights in the world are effectively protected'. After listening to the substantive arguments of both sides - the Proposal and the Opposition - the audience decided that the winner of the debate was the Opposition team, which proved that human rights in the world are, unfortunately, violated. Although there are laws and organizations protecting human rights, they are often violated. The Oxford debate was organized by the Erasmus + Project Team, the School Debate Club and the School European Club.


‘Macbeth’ from the National Theatre of Education in Wrocław in Gryfice 

Today our students took part in an unusual event at the Gryfice Leisure Centre. The youth watched the performance of ‘Macbeth’ directed by Michał Hachlowski and based on William Shakespeare's play. The performance was staged by the team from the National Theatre of Education in Wrocław. The production was warmly received by young people. The organizers also prepared a short theatrical lesson for the audience.


In the Gryfice Leisure Centre - novel by Ch. Dickens (13.01.2023)

Today in the Gryficki Dom Kultury the students from class 3c staged 'A Christmas Carol' based on the novel by Charles Dickens. The young people not only showed a high level of performance but also designed and made atmospheric scenography and stylish costumes. It is worth mentioning that the students presented their own version of the play in English!

More pictures: HERE

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'Chrobry' for the fourth time among the best secondary schools
in Poland! (12.01.2023)

Liceum Ogólnokształcące z Oddziałami Dwujęzycznymi im. Bolesława Chrobrego in Gryfice for the fourth time received the title of 'The Bronze School' in the Secondary Schools Ranking 2023 created by 'Perspektywy' monthly. 'Chrobry' was ranked 30th in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship and 954th in Poland. 

Christmas Market 2022 - Berlin (12.2022)

The trip of Chrobry students to Berlin included sightseeing and visiting the Christmas Market. Berlin appeared to be a great place. Our students learned about the history of the city and the main sites. And finally, the main goal of the trip was achieved - the Christmas Market.n German markets are an essential part of the culture and attract a significant number of tourists every year. The feeling among the tour participants was exceptional. The smell and taste of German delicacies and beautifully decorated stalls impressed everyone. All this made the students of Chrobry feel the wonderful Christmas atmosphere.


Our visit at university (12.2022)

On the 15th December some students from our school went to Szczecin to participate in language workshops. The students were divided into two groups. One of them actively participated in English workshop about academic writing. The school had an opportunity to do some tasks connected with using formal vocabulary and academic writing style. The knowledge they acquired will undoubtedly help with their future exams. The other group took part in a German workshop titled Christmas traditions. Our students learned about some interesting customs which are popular in Germany. The trip was really successful and it was definitely worth going there.

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