Yesterday, to the great joy of the students, we officially opened the “Wooden Classroom” – a new teaching facility in our school.

With the participation of invited guests – including a representative of the State Forests, the Council and the Board of Directors of  the Foundation of International Education – together with students of ATUT Bilingual Primary School and youth from International High School of Wroclaw, we celebrated the inauguration of our new ecological project – a gazebo and an educational path.
The supernaturally sized sculpture of a howling wolf turned out to be quite a sensation. It represents the forest fauna on the one hand and refers to our Wolves Athletic Program on the other. Our wolf will now accompany learning, games and sports competitions on the sport court, reminding us that we not only learn about ecology, but also strive for sustainable development.
We would like to thank our wonderful young WIS artists for adding splendor to the ceremony with their artistic performances.
We congratulate the authors of the project, ATUT teachers: Ms. Olivia Dycewicz and Ms. Karolina Sandak, for their great ideas and we keep our fingers crossed for further teaching successes!
The “wooden classroom” facility is co-financed by the Forest Fund managed by the General Director of the State Forests. Thank you!💚