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Leaving qualificationIB Diploma
Languages of instructionEnglish and Polish
Age RangeAges 3 to 18
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Quick summary of key school information

Leaving qualifications IB Diploma
Language of instruction English and Polish
Native English and Polish teachers
Extra languages (other than English and Polish)
Class sizes Average 20 students / class
Maximum 30 students / class
Extracurricular activities
School bus
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Yearly fees: from: 39,000 zł
to: 46,800 zł
This school has more than one campus in Warsaw:
High School: Ages 10 to 18

Address: Zbierska 5, 00-745 Warsaw, Poland

Kindergarten: Ages 3 to 5

Address: Górska 7, 00-740 Warsaw, Poland

Primary School: Ages 5 to 10

Address: Stępińska 13, 00-739 Warsaw, Poland

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Number of students

~ 400

Number of nationalities represented in the school

Primary School: Our students are mostly Polish but when it comes to other nationalities, we do have students from Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Australia, Greece, Spain, Austria, France.
High School: Our students are mostly Polish, but every year there are several students from countries such as Ireland, Turkey, Germany, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Portugal, Ukraine, Belarus or China.

Most common nationality


Ratio of local students to international students

Primary School: Our students are mostly Polish, but year by year ~15% of our students come from other countries.
High School: Our students are mostly Polish, but year by year ~15% of our students come from other countries.

Native English and Polish speaking teachers

Primary School: Both Polish and English are used as languages of instructions. Our teachers are mostly Polish native speakers.
High School: In pre-DP Polish and English languages are used. In IB Diploma programme English is used as a language of instruction. Our teachers are mostly Polish native speakers.

Language support for students not fluent in English and Polish

Primary School: Language of instruction is adjusted to the student’s level of comprehension, we differentiate instructions for non-Polish speaking students. For foreign students our school offers extra Polish language lessons.
High School: In the IB programme, only students presenting a certain level of English proficiency (B2 level for pre-Diploma students, C1 level for Diploma students), enabling learning in this language, can be admitted to the school.

Additional language classes offered by the school

Primary School: from 0 to 4th grade Chinese. From 5th to 8th grade Spanish and French. Chinese language is not obligatory.
High School: Spanish, French, German.

Max. number of students per class

Primary School: from 0 to 4th grade 16-18 students. From 5th to 8th grade up to 24 students.
High School: 10-30 students are admitted to pre-Diploma classes, up to 45 students to IB Diploma classes.

Average number of students per class

Primary School: About 14 students.
High School: About 20 in pre-Diploma classes, about 30 in Diploma classes.

Does the school employ teaching assistants?

Primary School: We employ teaching assistants to work with children with special educational needs.
High School: Rarely, based on recommendation from a psychological clinic.

Use of technology in the classroom

MS Teams activities, presentations used by the teachers during the lessons, working on learning platforms, exploring Internet databases in the library,
computer science lesson – learning basic computer skills, using 3D pens/3D printer (Grades 1-4/5-8).

Is the school ready to use virtual classrooms when needed? (e.g. teaching lessons online if the school is closed, e.g. during COVID-19 closures)

We are prepared to conduct online classes using the MS Teams platform.

Do students practice religion at the school? What religion?

Students are admitted to school regardless of their religion. We are open to students of various religion. Normally they do not practice religion at the school. Individual students from 1st to 3rd grades attend religion (Catholic) classes as part of additional classes.

How does the school accommodate non-religious students or students of a different religion?

At this time no religion classes are obligatory at school. Ethics is a compulsory subject.

External examinations or assessments available

Primary School: Polish National eighth grade exam.
High School: IB Diploma.

Results in these examinations

Primary School: English exam results are much higher than the national average. Polish and math are a bit higher than the national average.
High School: Exam results are close to the world average or a bit higher.

Do teachers assign homework to their students?

PYP Primary School: We assign homework for the students who need more practice in reading or writing or start to read/write. We do not treat reading books as homework. In unit of inquiry work students are given creative tasks which engage students to explore or find connections beyond school.
MYP Primary School: No. But still, we encourage students to practice some skills at home such as: reading books, practicing new vocabulary, learning songs and poems etc.
Hight School: Yes. Especially the internally-assessed components of IB Diploma are completed by the students at home.

Approximate hours of homework given

It depends on their skills and complexity of the tasks. It is not given for the next day or for the weekend/breaks.

Percentage of students who pursue further education post-graduation

All our students continue higher education after school.

Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs

Yes, we hire a qualified school psychologist and pedagogues. Children with special learning needs receive extra support during the lessons and from a supportive teacher. Once or twice a week a supportive teacher provides individual classes for the student adjusted to their needs.

Learning support offered

Adapting working methods during the lessons. Time extension, access to electronic devices during the exams and mock examination sessions, rest breaks. Other extra classes: social skills training, corrective-compensatory classes, speech therapy according to the student's needs.

The school supports gifted, able and talented students

Additional classes and interest groups are organized according to actual organizational possibilities. We differentiate instructions to students e.g. students get more advanced materials adjusted to their potential. We offer extra activities after lessons (Art, sports).

Student access to education psychologist


Entry evaluation for students

Primary School: students entering the 1st grade of primary school go through the recruitment process. Students wishing to join older grades (5-8) of primary school must pass an English language exam.
High School: Entry exams to the high school in English and mathematics and an interview.

Brief description of entry evaluation required

Kindergarten: conversation with parents.
Primary School: assessment of social competences (students solve tasks and take part in games and activities), school readiness is checked).
High School: English exam (written examination in English, HL exams (written examination in 3 HL subjects), interview (nice interview with Monnet's headmaster).

Waiting list


Deadline for registration (new academic year)

To the early April. For the applicants who register later, additional dates of entry exams can be offered if there are vacancies at the school.

Students can join after academic year begins

Yes, if they pass entry exams and an interview.
Primary School: Supplementary admission takes place throughout the year and depends on places available. They take part in trial day/s and English, Maths, Polish skills are assessed.

School start time

Primary School 0 to 4th grades start at 8.30.
Primary School 5th to 8th grade and High School start at 8:15 (Monday-Friday).

School finish time

Primary School 0 grade – 1.50 pm, 1st to 4th grades finish at 2.45 pm.
Primary School 5th to 6th grade around 3 pm.
Primary School 7th to 8th grade around 4 pm.
High School: Majority of classes end at 15:45. The IB-Diploma students may finish their classes later (no later than 17:25).

Supervised care before/after school

Yes, we provide supervised care at Primary School for younger students till 4th grade. We organize afternoon day care when the lessons end until 5.30 pm.

School bus service available

No. The school bus is used by students and teachers only during lessons and school trips.

School provided lunches

No, but we cooperate with an outside catering company, where students can buy lunches.

Food alternatives for special dietary needs (ie. vegan, kosher, halal etc)

Yes, vegetarian. Also the students may report allergies to certain products.

Uniform required


Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

PYP Primary School: ballet, Science Club, ceramics, karate, Painting, music, gymnastics, creative sewing, chess, coding. The offered classes varies each year and depends on the number of participants interested.
Primary School MYP and High School: Theater, Gazeta Monneta - school newspaper, interschool debates, very (cool)tural meetings, music band, chess, coding, sport classes.

Sports activities included

Tennis, swimming pool, gym, football, basketball, floorball, handball, gymnastics, table tennis, athletics, fitness, others e.g. rubgy, ringo, dodgeball.

Sports teams or sport competitions available for students

The school participates in several local sport competitions for public and private schools.

Facilities at the school

Library, theater, green outdoor play area.

Sports facilities at the school

Recreation room/gym, exercise room.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

Monnet International School is the first school complex in Poland offering the International Baccalaureate programmes at all levels, from kindergarten to Baccalaureate. Our mission statement is: “The joy of learning”. We ensure a friendly, warm and creative atmosphere encouraging learning and individual development.

Teaching approach of the school

Monnet's philosophy emphasizes transdisciplinary approach in grades 0-4 towards education, whereas interdisciplinary approach in higher grades. We aim to create socially responsible and critically thinking citizens who are aware of the world’s diversity and complexity.

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