The Museum with Class will be located in the oldest school in Warsaw’s Września – Murowance. It is a common name for a red brick building at ul. Płowiecka 77. The school operated here until 1948. Later, the registration building changed its purpose, and a few years ago it was completely renovated. Now it will reopen the residents.
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– That there will be one that will integrate the local place,. It is being built in a building that was built over 100 years ago by the inhabitants of Wawer, to ensure the education of their children. Today, together with the Foundation, we are also working through this place for all residents – says Norbert Szczepański, the mayor of Wawer.
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– Today, you can call for the creation of the seat of the Museum with Class and support our archive by leaving digitized records from the restoration list. Our collection was linked by works from the literary competition “School of Life”, where the story is told from the students’ perspective – explains Maciej Piwowarczuk, president of the Foundation for Great Stories, author of the concept of the Museum with Class.
The most interesting works will be published in the form of a book. Perhaps you can support its release – release – the date of creation of the cash register started at the address https://zrzutka.pl/tv7ftf.
It is difficult to point to an institution that has undergone what the Polish school has undergone in recent years. In a crisis of education and the Foundation for a newer, newer task magic – this time to want, thanks to improvement replaced by value. That is why we are establishing a Museum with Class.
When is the museum opening?
– we want to create space for local governments, parents and teachers, teachers who could exchange, distribute knowledge and powers to work out the best solutions for teachers of modern times. We care about better education that grows up to the challenges of the 21st century – says Magdalena Piotrowska from the Foundation for Great Stories. – We focus primarily on the development of future development – transition management and communication, and the support of history itself, parents of children in primary school – ahead of Piwowarczuk.
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The opening of the Museum is planned for October 14, 2023, on the 250th anniversary of the establishment of the National Education Commission, the first ministry of education in Europe. Until then, the Foundation at the collection of exhibits, such as textbooks, at the beginning of history, as well as on the history of the Museum and – as well as at the exhibition, including, among others through social consultations with residents and schools in Wawer.
Maciej Piwowarczuk, president of the Foundation for Great Stories, in front of the Museum with Class
The Museum with Class program will take place outside the educational scenario. It will include projects for students during the school year and during summer and winter holidays, workshops for parents of school children, classes for preschoolers and “live” history lessons for schools.
Unusual history lessons
– The museum will be based on these “living” history lessons. Ten ways to change the twentieth century – social and great historical events through the prism of school and education. A communicated place to send over what shapes us, where we take life lessons and recreate from me.
In addition to preparatory activities, the Museum’s program includes a nationwide forum for expressing experiences, history, educators and providing expert opinions on civic education. The Museum with Class operates thanks to local, provincial and state funds, as well as sponsors and private persons.
The Foundation for Great Stories (formerly: Memory and Identity) has been supporting historical education since 2008. It meets the present day, methods based on the experiences of past generations. He conducts educational activities (“Take care of your memory”), organizes competitions (“Baczyński without filtering”), runs school activities (“Digipunkt”), creates exhibitions (“The last day of summer. 1939”) and “Tadeusz Kościuszko and the Polish State” Underground). The president of the foundation is Maciej Piwowarczuk – history promoter, exhibition curator and documentary filmmaker.