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Poland learning disability schools

Private and non-public schools in Poland with support for learning disabilities



There are many private schools in Poland supporting students with learning disabilities or disorders (LDs). This includes schools in Warsaw, Kraków, Poznań, Wrocław, Łódź, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, and Rzeszów.

Some schools in Poland provide full-time support for students with learning disorders, through a dedicated class or program. Others provide part-time LD support through in-class accommodations or modifications. Either option can a great fit for both international and domestic students with one or more LDs or special needs.  continue reading...


List of schools

School  ( = Featured ) Grades Type Languages / Type
3 The British School Warsaw

ul. Limanowskiego 15, Warszawa, 02-943
Nursery (2,5 years) to Gr. 12 A levels
Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
English, French, German, Polish, Spanish
A levels
Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
3 Monnet International School

6A Belwederska, Warszawa, 00-762
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 12 International Baccalaureate English, Polish
International Baccalaureate
3 American School of Warsaw

Warszawska 202, Konstancin-Jeziorna, 05-520
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
Middle years programme
Primary years programme
PSAT Exams
SAT I Exams
English
American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
Middle years programme
Primary years programme
PSAT Exams
SAT I Exams
1 St. Stephen's School, Rome

Via Aventina 3, Rome, 00153
Gr. 9 to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
English
American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
1 International Trilingual School of Warsaw

ul. Alfreda Nobla 16, Warszawa, 03-930
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 8 American Curriculum
English National Curriculum
French National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Polish, Spanish
American Curriculum
English National Curriculum
French National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Wrocław Cosmopolitan School

Fabryczna 14A, Wrocław, 53-609
Nursery (3 years) to Gr. 12 A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
English
A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
1 Niagara Christian Collegiate

2619 Niagara Pkwy, Fort Erie, L2A 5M4
Gr. 6 to Gr. 12 English
1 Liceum Ogólnokształcące Dialogu Kultur Etz Chaim

ul. Żelazna 57, Wrocław, 53-429
Gr. 9 to Gr. 12 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, German, Polish, Spanish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Trinity College School

55 Deblaquire Street North, Port Hope, L1A 4K7
Gr. 5 to Gr. 12 English
1 Robert Land Academy

6727 S Chippawa Road, Wellandport, L0R 2J0
Gr. 5 to Gr. 12 English
1 English Montessori School Katowice

ul. J Gallusa 10, Katowice, 40-594
PS/Kindergarten (2,5 years) to Gr. 8 Montessori English, Polish
Montessori
1 IPS

Drukarska 52, Wrocław, 53-312
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
English, Polish
English National Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
1 Lycee Francais de Varsovie

Walecznych 4/6, Warszawa, 03-916
PS/Kindergarten (24 months) to Gr. 12 French National Curriculum French, Polish
French National Curriculum
0 Nasza Szkoła im. J. Korczaka
Liczydło 3, Warszawa, 03-183
0 Montessori Elipsoida
W. Żeleńskiego 3, Warszawa, 02-403
0 Nowatorska Szkoła Podstawowa
Bogatki 23, Warszawa, 02-837
0 Towarzystwo Edukacyjne Vizja
Piekarnicza 16B, Gdańsk, 80
0 Branksome Hall
10 Elm Ave, Toronto, M4W 1N4
0 Vancouver schools
Globusowa 38, Warszawa, 02-472

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What is a learning disability?

Learning disabilities, sometimes called “learning disorders,” are neurological or neurodevelopmental. They result from the way a child is wired.

While children with learning disabilities have average to above average intelligence, they have trouble with some aspect of learning. This may include reading, writing, spelling, reasoning, and remembering and organizing information. Though there are many different kinds of learning disabilities, some are especially common.

What kinds of learning disability schools are there in Poland?

There are many different types of private and non-public schools in Poland. This includes learning disability schools (and other special needs schools). There are private learning disability schools at the preschool, elementary, middle, and high school level.

These schools provide support for a wide range of learning disorders. They do this through skilled instruction and specialized programs. Some of the main types of LD schools and programs are described below.

Dedicated LD schools: These are self-contained learning disability schools (both day and boarding), where 100% of the students have LDs. They provide full-time support for students with one or more LD. Trained teachers and staff can focus on tailoring the environment for LD students, without compromise. These schools also normally have lots of special resources, such as extra support staff, technological aids, and counselling and tutoring programs. Some of these schools focus on one or more specific LDs, while others offer support for most or all LDs.

Dedicated LD classes: These are schools with at least one separate, dedicated class, where 100% of the students have learning disabilities. These classes take place alongside regular, non-LD classes. Normally, these classes provide full-time support for students with one or more learning disability. They usually have teachers with specialized training, as well as extra support staff.

Withdrawal or pull-out LD classes: These are schools with special education classes, where students receive LD support on a part-time basis. LD students, in these schools, are taken out of regular class periodically to receive specialized support and programming for their learning disabilities. These special ed. classes can take place anywhere from once a week to multiple times a day. They’re meant to supplement and reinforce learning done in the regular classroom.

Schools with in-class LD support: Some schools don’t have a dedicated learning disability class or part-time special education class, yet still provide LD support. In these schools, teachers provide support for students with LDs in a regular classroom. This is done by making in-class accommodations, such as allowing more time for tests or assignments, or modifications, such as changing the curriculum or grade-level expectations for students with LDs.

What are the benefits of Poland learning disability schools?

If your child struggles with a learning disability, they’ll need the right kind of support. A learning disability school in Poland can be just what your child needs. Many private and non-public schools in Poland offer small classes, tailored instruction, extra support and resources, and other effective ways to support children with LDs.

Depending on your child and the type of school you choose, an LD school can benefit your child in several ways. (If you’re interested in the benefits of private Poland schools in general, read our dedicated guide.)

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