Oxford Pre School offers an education and development program based on the assumptions of the pedagogy of Maria Montessori, while fulfilling tasks and objectives resulting from the Education System Act. Through our educational program, we realize the Ministry of National Educations core curriculum. We work with Montessori materials at group circle time as well as during children’s free work periods.

The Montessori material is divided into five categories: practical life exercises, sensorial material, mathematical material, language learning and cultural aids. Additionally, we realize various annual projects, e.g. continents and their inhabitants.

Apart from classes at the preschool, the children participate in trips and outings, thanks to which they may acquire more experience and absorb the natural world more effectively, e.g. trips to the forest, zoo or botanical gardens, and acquaint themselves with the world of cut lure through visits to galleries and museums.

The teachers work is supported by specialists: a speech therapist and a psychologist.



Painting workshops
– Little Artist


Healthy food and a balanced diet is extremely important to us. In our preschool, children will not eat sweets and will not drink sweet beverages. They will consume an assortment of fruits and vegetables.


Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


7:30 – 8:30 a.m. children arrive at preschool; free play
8:30 – 9:00 a.m. movement/music workshops
09:00 – 11:00 a.m. breakfast, personal work – time for work with Montessori material.

Having acquainted themselves with the aids, the children may freely work with them; they choose the aid,

the place of work and the persons that they will cooperate with on their own. The teacher observes and helps if necessary

11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon circle time, summary of personal work; the teacher introduces

the topic of the day (realization of the Ministry of National Education curriculum)

12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. free outdoor play, nature walks, physical games and play, sports lessons
1:00 – 1:30 p.m. lunch
1:30 – 3:00 p.m. personal work/circle time, artistic, language and music lessons,

time for reading and story-telling/nap

3:30 – 5:00 p.m. afternoon snack/ extracurricular activities, free activities in the classroom or in the garden


The dietary program for the Preschool has been developed by Marzena Okoń-Pietryszak, M.A., a graduate of the Medical University of Silesia. She is a dietician, a nutrition counsellor, a teacher of the deaf and a founder of ‘Amarena’ clinic; she cooperates with many private schools as a lecturer.



Robotics workshops based on LEGO are addressed to children at the age of 5 and 6, who want to investigate the world of robotics and robot information technology. The objective of the workshops is to provide preschool children with knowledge and experience in the field of: machine construction, automation and robotics, robot operation principles and programming techniques. The use of LEGO WeDo sets allows for the understanding of the complexity of construction and programming of robots in a simple and pleasant manner, adjusted to the age of the children. The lessons allow for the development of children’s imagination, creativity, team work and logical thinking ability. Through Lego WeDo Education, it is possible to construct and program simpler versions of moving robots from Lego. The lessons are paid additionally.


They are educational classes addressed to children at the age of 6 – 9. They introduce the participants to the world of art, they sensitise to beauty as well as they arouse the need and the joy of independent creation. In the course of the classes, the children have the possibility to develop their manual and motor dexterity. The classes are conducted in free and properly adjusted space which allows for creative activity, movement, large-format drawings and painting. The classes allow for multi-sensory reception of the art thanks to application of diversified didactic methods and measures. They develop the imagination and creativity of the child. These classes are paid additionally.

They are conducted by Alicja Michalik (Muniania) – an artistic educator, a graphic designer and an architectural conservator-restorer. She specialises in educating through the art as well as in supporting of the children’s development through play and sensory creative art method.