Agnieszka Kruszyńska-Ziaja – Administrative Head of Park Szczęśliwicki Campus – MA Early Years and Primary Education with Early English Teaching, Pedagogy, Warsaw University. Postgraduate Studies in Educational Organization and Leadership, Łazarski University.
Marta Filipek – Administrative Head of Wawelska Campus – Doctoral degree and master with pedagogical preparation – Postgraduate: in the field of pedagogical preparation for teaching the english language; University of Warsaw; Post-graduate: teaching biology and nature in primary and secondary schools, University of vocational education; Postgraduate: policy and education management, University of Warsaw, faculty of pedagogical; Qualified teacher status – department of education.
David Blakemore – Academic Head in Piaseczno campus. BA (Hons) Cultural Studies. Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE/QTS)
Katie Jane Street – Early years education coordinator and class teacher – Master’s degree with pedagogical preparation, QTS. BA Liverpool University; MA Open University, PGCE University of East Anglia.
David Blakemore – Academic Head in Piaseczno campus and Class Teacher. BA (Hons) Cultural Studies. Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE/QTS)
Natalia Magiera. Head of EYFS and Class Teacher. MA Philosophy, Postgraduate Teaching Studies (PGCE/QTS), Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS), Diploma in Child Care.
Gary Lycett – Primary school class teacher – BA with Postgraduate Certificate in Education. BA Leeds University, UK; PGCE, Nottingham.
James Rosser – Primary school class teacher – Bachelor of Arts with Honors with QTS. BA – BATH SPA University.
Gillian Wray – Primary school and class teacher – BA with Postgraduate Certificate in Education. SchoolBA (hons) English Literature Open University, PGCE University of Sunderland.
Anthony Rusecki. Secondary Maths and Science Teacher. MSc in Interactive Multimedia Postgraduate Diploma Computer Design, BEng in Engineering Science.
Przemyslaw Budzinski – Primary school and class teacher. BEd in English Language Teaching. MA in English Philology (Applied Linguistics). Middle Leadership Development Programme Diploma.
Ewa Syta – Primary school teacher and class teacher – BA and Master, Pedagogical preparation. History; Fordham University, New York, (1st cycle); (second cage); – Master: General teaching of special education for youth, Fordham University, New York; – Teaching early and special education children Fordham University in New York.
Earlene Clarke-Abbey – Head of Curriculum, Year1/Reception class teacher – Master of Education (M.Ed.) with specialisation in Curriculum and Instruction. American College of Education. Post-Graduate Studies in Education, Primary School. University of Sunderland, UK.
Ewa Glowacki – Secondary English Teacher. B.A Hons in English Language University PGCE in secondary English. TEFL cert.at Cheltenham College.
Matthew Eborne – Year 1 class teacher – BoE (Hons) Primary with English specialism at the University of Plymouth, UK.
Agnieszka Możdżeń. Early years class teacher. BA of Pedagogy of Resocialization with prevention in addictions, MA of Pedagogy in the Field of Care and Therapy.
Liliana Schmidt – Spanish teacher (all groups) – Translator and Interpreter studies in Lima, Peru. Master of education at Framingham State College – degree programme for teachers in American schools overseas.
Katarzyna Macias – Primary school teacher – Master and pedagogical preparation – pedagogy, academy of special pedagogiki im. marii grzegorzewska, faculty of pedagogical sciences, (Master).
Karolina Peda – Primary school teacher – BA and Master, preparation and immediate education, pedagogical preparation. Prof. edward f. szczepanika in Suwałki, Faculty of humanities and economics, (License). Pedagogy, Akademia pedagogiki specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewska, Faculty of pedagogical sciences, Pedagogy of culture with animation of children and youth theater, (Master).
Romana Solovan – Pre-Nursery/Nursery class teacher – Preschool and Early childhood education postgraduate degree. Sensory integration postgraduate degree Postgraduate teachers training degree. UCLA certified Early Childhood Education teacher.
Izabela Święcka-Daniluk – Polish Teacher. Masters degree in Polish,
Philology with a specialisation in Pedagogy.
Magdalena Ciemierkiewicz – Art teacher – Master and pedagogical preparation – painting, warsaw academy of fine arts, faculty of painting, (Master). Pedagogical study, faculty of visual culture management of the asp in Warsaw. Postgraduate: History of modern art, Institute of Polish arts academy of sciences.
Agata Franczak – Pre-Nursery/Nursery support teacher. PSL teacher (Year 1 and Reception). Music teacher – English Philology with Teaching Specialisation, Catholic University of Lublin.
Klaudia Gmurczyk – Polish language teacher – Bachelor’s degree with pedagogical. Preparation Polish philogy, teaching Polish in primary school, University of Warsaw.
Joanna Sękowska – Year 1 and Reception support teacher. Native Polish teacher (Year 1 and Reception). Sports teacher – BA Early Years and Primary Education, Pedagogy, Warsaw University. MA Early English Teaching, Warsaw University.
Marcelina Kopyt – Music teacher – BA and Pedagogical preparation – Jazz and estrad music, Feliks nowowiejski academy of music in bydgoszcz, Faculty of director, Jazz and music education. Postgraduate: Pedagogical preparation, University of health education and social sciences “Wsezins”.
Ping Dai – Chinese teacher. Majored in Chinese Language and literature in China. Obtained Chinese Teacher Qualification Certificate and Mandarin Rating Certificate.
Katarzyna Brejnakowska – Psychologist – Master and pedagogical preparation. Psychology, psychotherapy and sexual therapy, University of finance and management, (Master). Interfaculty pedagogical study, University of social psychology in Warsaw. Psychosomatics and somatopsychologia, University of social sciences and humanities.