- Category: News
- Published: 13 April 2015
With an ancient and rich history, India is the land of the snowcapped majestic Himalayas, vast deserts and numerous flowing rivers, of the still and scenic backwaters and the white sandy beaches.
Its countless Gods and the fragrance of incense, its unique forms of expression through dance and yoga, its beautiful designs seen in the art of rangoli, its luxurious and colorful attires, its appetizing yet piquant flavors to suit every palette and its array of vibrant colors for as far as the eye can see - this is Incredible India.
On 28th March 2015, The English Spot team at Primus Fundacja held a four-hour workshop on India conducted by Mrs. Komal Sanam Bojwani.
Two presentations, an Overview of India - for all the students aged 4 – 14 and a detailed presentation covering the timeline of India’s history for the eldest group was presented.
Some of the students who shared Ms. Simona’s passion for cooking prepared Chicken Biryani - a popular and flavorsome dish of Basmati rice cooked with marinated chicken and spices of India. They also made an Indian bread with a filling of mashed potatoes and cottage cheese with Indian herbs. The art and craft lovers among our children along with Mr. Kevin created beautiful designs with their nimble fingers using colored sequences, beads and glass colors during the rangoli workshop. Mr. Meredith and his group, the eldest of all students worked on an IT poster research and presentation. Mrs. Gorska & Mrs. Monika dressed in beautiful and exquisite saris, ensured smooth functioning of all activities lending their expert touches throughout the workshops.
The grand finale towards the end of an eventful and fun filled day was the open exhibition where parents were invited. Student’s artistic creations, culinary art, IT research poster presentation, books on Indian mythology, Indian artifacts, Spices and Pulses of India and traditional clothing were showcased. A short documentary film on Incredible India highlighted the essence of India. Summing it up India Day was a special day that children and parents fondly took back with them and are looking forward to more fun and activities from the English Spot team.
Stay tuned with our page for further updates on our fun packed and enriching learning programs. We will be back with more. We are always happy to hear from parents. Do share your thoughts and suggestions to make our lessons at The English Spot enjoyable and wholesome.
To enroll your child for The English Spot Program contact
Ms. Mgdalena Gorska
- Category: News
- Published: 03 April 2015
8th March 2015 marked an important day for the team at Ny aya Academy.
International Women's Day couldn't have been any more meaningful as women speakers from different parts of the word assembled on a single platform at a conference 'Women of the World' at the University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, South Poland.
The event was hosted by The Polish Desk of Euro India Centre.
The objective of the meet was to discuss the distressing situation of Women the world over and the need for both genders to come together to address them and make the world a safer place for women.
Radio Opole covers the event
Please find below the video recording of the event
Mrs. Komal Sanam Bojwani addressing the audience Speakers at the Panel Discussion
- Category: News
- Published: 14 July 2013
Ny aya Academy successfully conducted its inaugural Ny aya Talent Quest 2013 on the 15th of June 2013. The event was designed to offer students of Warsaw an opportunity to showcase their skills in the fields of Art, Science and Engineering.
The event was attended by 48 Participants. Parents, teachers, judges and visitors were present to make the event a great success. The event witnessed participants from The American School of Warsaw, The British School, Canadian School of Warsaw, International American School, International European School, Multi School and some Polish schools.
The Art workshop and exhibition was conducted by renowned artist Adriana Karima, Kolory Duszy who specializes in Vedic Art. Students in the workshop were able to express their self through the Vedic art form. Vedic art is a unique art form that allows children to express as they wish which awakens in them confidence, an important experience by which they learn that to be different is good, to be oneself is a value, to have and realise one’s ideas is safe. The students developed some wonderful creations that were appreciated by all.
Science is a powerful way of investigating and understanding the world. The Ny aya Science Quest was designed to instill such an investigative spirit, to pursue their natural curiosity, inventiveness and to develop critical thinking process.It was intended to make children relate the learning process to their physical and social environment.
A number of students participated in the Nyaya Science Quest exhibiting a wide range of experiments from an ultra sound device to assist visually impaired to technology to highlight fingerprint pattern similarities among members of the same family. It was amazing to witness young scientists developing their projects at the exhibition and explaining the concept to judges and visitors.
Ny aya Da Vinci Quest was aimed at providing a platform for students to explore the engineering world through LEGO model building. In a technology based society engineering knowledge becomes critical. Engaging in such activities changes a child’s perception on career choices later in life. The competition was conducted by Jakub Piasecki, AKCES Edukacia and his group who have considerable experience in the field and with due support from LEGO Polska. The Ny aya Da Vinci Quest attracted considerable attention with 21 students participating in the senior category of the event presenting Heritage models such as the Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Egypt, Amphitheatre of El Jem of North Africa and El Tajin, the Pre Hispanic City in Mexico.
Junior categories presented the concept of a future school. Apart from accuracy and stability of the model, additional dimensions such as cost of construction and presentation skills made the competition intense.
The Academy is firstly grateful for the support of the entire schooling fraternity of Warsaw, which has embraced this event warmly and contributed to its success. It just reflects the commitment of these schools, its students, parents and teachers that train them.
Special thanks to the two sponsors who supported the event namely Eurobatt Sp Z O.O. and Aquatherm-Poland. The event would not have been in this scale if not for their financial support.
To our chief Guest Mrs. Mira Ciechowska - Headmistress International European School, who welcomed this initiative whole heartedly and was a great encouragement to the Nyaya Team.
To the judges Mrs. Monika Chandler – Founder, Canadian School of Warsaw, Mrs. Izabella Sloczynska - Head of Secondary, British School & Mrs. Kalina Jastrzebowska – Science Teacher, International European School for their dedication and sparing the time for the children.
To the American School of Warsaw for their wonderful support and IB students to assist during the event.
Finally the Academy feels immense gratitude towards The Ny aya team & Management that tirelessly put together this event.
The success of this event is a success of the entire schooling fraternity and we promise to be back next year with an even larger platform for you.
- Category: News
- Published: 16 July 2013
Komal Sanam Bojwani Chief guest Ms. Mira Ciechowska
Founder Headmistress International European School
Panel of Judges
Ms. Monika Chandler Ms. Kalina Jastrzebowska Ms. Izabella Słoczyńska
Founder, Canadian School Science Teacher, IES Secondary Head, British School
Ms. Kornelia Ligaszewska-Leśniak Mr. Manoj Bojwani Aquatherm Polska Eurobatt Sp z o.o.
Talent Quest Team
Deepa Meher Mirpuri Ola Wills, Hai Anh Tran, Natalia Roszkowska, Arisa Morgan,
Science Coordinator Tanay Bojwani & Krzysztof Kosior
Jakub Piasecki & Team Adriana Karima Da Vinci Coordinators Art Coordinator
Da Vinci Quest
Please follow the following link to see all photographs of the Ny aya Talent Quest 2013