The Paderewski Primary School in Lublin: This is a private school, in which every child develops "at their own pace and in their own way." It offers an individualized approach to the child, consistent with the latest trends in cognitive psychology and pedagogy. It provides small-group lessons, using information and communication technologies (ICT), as well as a wide range of extracurricular activities. It provides an atmosphere conducive to shaping social skills, gaining knowledge, and developing scientific, artistic, and sporting interests. The school conducts education in accordance with the Polish curriculum, with an extended program of English.
The school also has compulsory philosophy lessons, which helps students understand the world and supports creative thinking. An important element of the teaching process is the formative assessment used at school, in which teachers define pupils' goals in a language understood by the student and success criteria - "NaCoBeZu," or "what they will pay attention to," when assessing a given work. Formative assessment has a descriptive form and is not only a valuable hint for the student, but also for parents. Students also benefit from self- and peer-evaluation. Primary school is one of the educational facilities run under the name "Paderewski" - the school also has a Paderewski Junior High School - the only school authorized in the International Baccalaureate - Middle Years Program (MYP) and the Paderewski High School, which can boast a 100% pass rate in both the Polish and international program.