Innovative Primary School - is a school without bells, no patterns in teaching, open to students with special educational needs. The facility offers children comprehensive didactic-educational and therapeutic care, providing them with optimal conditions for cognitive, emotional and social development. The curriculum is adapted to the individual needs and abilities of each child, and the classes are conducted in the form of experiments, experiments and self-discovery. Many of them take place outside the building, which is facilitated by the convenient location of the school in the vicinity of the Kabacki Forest in Warsaw's Ursynów. In the process of education, the school avoids schematic - it implements the original program of Living Education, consisting primarily of the fact that children themselves acquire knowledge, solve problems and make decisions, and the teacher only supports them. From the very first class, children will learn the basics of entrepreneurship, the secrets of negotiating, learn to deal with difficult situations, make decisions and bear their consequences. An essential element of the program, and at the same time an expression of an innovative approach to education is the conversion of chairs into therapeutic balls. Thanks to them, children satisfy the need for movement during the lesson, they are more willing to work, they are better focused on the task performed, and at the same time they maintain the correct posture. Comfort and efficiency of the learning process are also ensured by the equipment of classrooms and the arrangement of the common school space, in which there are therapeutic balls, sensory discs, footstools and teaching aids, which children can reach at any moment. For children with special educational needs, the school provides specialist care during classes and individual therapy. Students can also take advantage of revalidation classes, speech therapy, sensory integration, social skills training. On the basis of the ruling on the need for individual teaching, the school also conducts individual teaching. However, parents who want to provide their children with home teaching offer comprehensive cooperation.