School year calendar
School year in Da Vinci's International Primary School

Da Vinci's International Primary School works on the basis of the school calendar published by the Polish Ministry of National Education. Pursuant to the Ordinance of the Minister of National Education of 11 August 2017 about the organization of the school year, teaching and educational activities begin on the first working day of September.

If the first working day of September falls on a Friday or Saturday, teaching and educational activities begin on the first Monday following September 1.
According to the ordinance that is in force at present, the school year ends on the last Friday of June.

Free days overlap with the public school calendar only partially.

Da Vinci's International Primary School is open during the Winter break and Summer holidays and organises activities for the pupils in the form of day camps or organised trips.

Detailed calendar of the school year 2020/2021:
1st of September Beginning of the school year
1st of November All Saints' Day (bank holiday)
2nd of November Day after All Saint's Day (no lessons, only daycare)
11th of November  Independence Day (bank holiday)
23rd of December - 31st of December  Christmas break (no lessons, only daycare)
24th of December  Christmas Eve (school closed)
25th-26th of December Christmas (bank holidays)
31st of December New Year's Eve (school closed)
1st of January New Year's Day (bank holiday)
4th - 15th of January  Winter break (no lessons)
6th of January Epiphany (bank holiday)
1st - 6th of April Spring break (no lessons, only day care)
4th - 5th of April Easter (school closed)
1st of May Labour Day (bank holiday)
3rd of May Constitution Day (bank holiday)
3rd of June Corpus Christi (bank holiday)
4th of June Day after Corpus Christi (no lessons, only daycare)
25th of June End of the school year and lessons
26th of June - 31st of August Summer break (no lessons, only daycare)

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Albert Einstein