Projects and workshops for students - Instytut Pileckiego

  • Tuesday: Secret history hunters

    Tuesday: Secret history hunters

    During the classes, pupils learn about the history of Poland through interactive historical games.

  • Friday: History of the 20th century

    Friday: History of the 20th century

    The 20th century was an extremely turbulent period in world and Polish history. During recurring classes, students will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the landmark events of the 20th century in English.

  • Witold’s symbols | grades 1-3

    Witold’s symbols | grades 1-3

    An offer aimed at primary school students to promote patriotic attitudes and knowledge of Polish national symbols.

  • Tuesday: Witold’s symbols | grades 4-6

    Tuesday: Witold’s symbols | grades 4-6

    Classes are held for pupils in grades 4-6 of primary school. During the classes we will discuss the following terms: republic, national symbols, citizen, flag, emblem, national anthem, places of national memory, national holiday.

  • Wednesday: Diplomatic simulations

    Wednesday: Diplomatic simulations

    Classes available from April 2024. Classes designed to familiarize young people with diplomatic protocol and the mechanisms of diplomatic negotiations.

  • Thursday: Bunker "Krysia"

    Thursday: Bunker "Krysia"

    The Krysia Bunker is one of the most famous hiding places for Jews during World War II.

  • Postwar Dilemmas | workshops

    Postwar Dilemmas | workshops

    A workshop which allows students to gain a better understanding of the generation that grew up during World War II.

  • My City. My Story | project

    My City. My Story | project

    The project is addressed to the residents of smaller townships, particularly those from the younger generation. Working in groups youths prepare municipal games for their fellow town dwellers which refer to local historical events from the years 1939-1945.

  • Call by Name | workshops

    Call by Name | workshops

    The project presents extraordinary stories of solidarity, heroism and humanity. During the “Call by Name” workshops students uncover the stories of Poles who were ready to risk their lives and those of their loved ones to save their Jewish neighbors.