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Any Irish have child with Polish partners?


trevorisimo 1 | 27  
12 Aug 2009 /  #1
Hi there, my name is Trevor (25) from Dublin.
I have a 10 month old son (Grzegorz) with my partner Anna.
I just wondered did anyone else have child with their polish partners?
I have concerns of how to raise him, do I send him to normal school,
do I send him to polish weekend school also?
Will kids here make fun of him because his name is different.
Just thought id ask anyone :)

Pozdrawiam
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #2
They will probably call him Greg for short.
time means 5 | 1,310  
12 Aug 2009 /  #3
do I send him to normal school,

I see what you mean the Irish can be a vindictive lot.
inkrakow  
12 Aug 2009 /  #4
isn't it a bit early to be sending him to Polish school on Saturdays?
time means 5 | 1,310  
12 Aug 2009 /  #5
Do they have Polish schools in Dublin? What will revokenice say lol
Matowy - | 295  
12 Aug 2009 /  #6
Can we at least answer this guys genuine and valid questions without indulging in RevokeNice's crap just for once?
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #7
Matowy

The kid is Irish and is going to an Irish school. He will be treated grand.
moonlight 6 | 103  
12 Aug 2009 /  #8
I have concerns of how to raise him, do I send him to normal school,

Definitely, there are many children of different nationalities in schools in Ireland. My friend is a primary school teacher and her class is a mixture of all nationalities, she says that all the children get on really well.

Will kids here make fun of him because his name is different.

I don't think so. Its not that different.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #9
Definitely, there are many children of different nationalities in schools in Ireland. My friend is a primary school teacher and her class is a mixture of all nationalities, she says that all the children get on really well.

Sure dont we know, we pay for them.

independent.ie/education/latest-news/cost-of-teaching-english-to-immigrants-exceeds-8364126m-1372313.html

Polish school, if you are interested:

tcal.net/archives/2006/09/01/polish-school-to-open-in-dublin/
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444  
12 Aug 2009 /  #10
The kid is Irish and is going to an Irish school.

half Polish half Irish

Irish genes mixed. Sad.

seen sadder things in life then that.
To OP.

Congratulation on your new born baby and I wish you all the lack.
Harry  
12 Aug 2009 /  #11
Sure dont we know, we pay for them. Polish school, if you are interested

I wasn't aware that you are a tax payer in Poland.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #12
Yer man is in Ireland.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463  
12 Aug 2009 /  #13
A Polish school in Ireland is insane, they should be made to integrate.
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499  
12 Aug 2009 /  #14
Will kids here make fun of him because his name is different.

They take the pi$$ out of a 10 month old?

Congratulations on having Grzesieu ( OK so Im 10 months late but still, enjoy the magic ! )
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #15
A Polish school in Ireland is insane, they should be made to integrate.

Agreed. Irelands fooked up thanks to mass immigration. They Poles aim to turn parts of Ireland into mini Poland, they are aided and abetted by left wing do gooders.
Harry  
12 Aug 2009 /  #16
Yer man is in Ireland.

Congratulations in that very astute observation. However, in your rush to race bait, you have overlooked one tiny little detail: the school in question is not being paid for by the Irish tax payer, it is being set up and financed by the Polish government and the Polish tax payer.

A Polish school in Ireland is insane, they should be made to integrate.

Really? There are several English schools in Poland. Would you support those schools being shut down? Or is it one rule for the Poles and another for everybody else?

they are aided and abetted by left wing do gooders.

Those are most certainly not words I have ever heard used to describe the Polish government.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #17
Congratulations in that very astute observation. However, in your rush to race bait, you have overlooked one tiny little detail: the school in question is not being paid for by the Irish tax payer, it is being set up and financed by the Polish government and the Polish tax payer.

Couldnt give a bollix, there should be no Polish schools on Irish soil. None what so ever, wanna learn the Polish cirriculam? Fine. Go to Poland.

Really? There are several English schools in Poland. Would you support those schools being shut down? Or is it one rule for the Poles and another for everybody else?

Many Irish ones?

Those are most certainly not words I have ever heard used to describe the Polish government.

I am not talking about the Polish government. I am talking about the various quangos and state bodies who push their multicultural agenda and who squash all debate on the issue by using the race card, to the detriment of the Irish people.
Pierogi - | 43  
12 Aug 2009 /  #18
A Polish school in Ireland is insane, they should be made to integrate.

Should "Welsh guys in Poland" be forced to integrate as well?
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #19
How many Welsh in Poland? How many in the UK? You cannot compare the two.
Pierogi - | 43  
12 Aug 2009 /  #20
Yes you can, everyone has to be the first immigrant somewhere ;) Maybe in 5 years time, there will be a (quote) "A Welsh school in Poland is insane, they should be made to integrate" thread on here, because there were only a few Welsh in Poland in 2009, but things changed!

Besides, the Welsh were the original British, so why shouldn't they be in the UK?
Harry  
12 Aug 2009 /  #21
Many Irish ones?

The Irish children I know in Warsaw go to one of the British schools here. None go to Polish schools. The current principal of the British School of Warsaw is an Irishman.
welshguyinpola 23 | 463  
12 Aug 2009 /  #22
Should "Welsh guys in Poland" be forced to integrate as well?

My child attends a Polish preschool and will go through the Polish education system for as long as I remain in this country, its only fair. I could and would never expect a Welsh education in Poland for my child
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #23
The Irish children I know in Warsaw go to one of the British schools here. None go to Polish schools. The current principal of the British School of Warsaw is an Irishman.

Really, thats very interesting. Linky?
Harry  
12 Aug 2009 /  #24
Actually it looks like Tom has gone. thebritishschool.pl/index.php?action=view&id=117&module=newsmodule&src=%40random446e1815e756e

I was wondering why I hadn't seen him in Bradley's for a while .
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #25
He seems to be involved with the bunch of charlatans in the Irish Chambers of Commerce in Poland.
Harry  
12 Aug 2009 /  #26
Obviously there shouldn't be any Irish Chambers of Commerce in Poland. Irish companies should be forced to integrate. In fact there should be no Irish companies in Poland. Wanna be an Irish company? Fine. Go to Ireland.

And Welsh people, there shouldn't be any Welsh in Poland. Wanna be Welsh? Fine. Go to Wales.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859  
12 Aug 2009 /  #27
Creating jobs and paying taxes abroad during Irelands recession. Not patriotic.
irishdeano 5 | 304  
12 Aug 2009 /  #28
Yeah and your owning a so called bar in Spain? So whats that all about? Your a 100% fool. Quit with your bullsshit 3/4 of the republic of ireland shopping in the north?

Stop Destroying this man's thread
The questions i think the best thing to do with your child would be you speak to it in english and Your partner speaks to the child only in polish. This will mean that the child will know both langs fluent. I think thats the best bet but its up to you

hope it helps
welshguyinpola 23 | 463  
12 Aug 2009 /  #29
And Welsh people, there shouldn't be any Welsh in Poland. Wanna be Welsh? Fine. Go to Wales.

Obviously didnt read the posts very well, I never said there shouldnt be Polish ppl in Ireland, I said if there are Polish ppl in Ireland they should go to Irish schools.

READ CAREFULLY NEXT TIME
irishdeano 5 | 304  
12 Aug 2009 /  #30
They are actually schools which run at weekends so children can learn polish. If you lived in poland especialy with a welsh lady you would also want your child to learn english or even welsh. Polish parents will go back one day its no good there children not being able to speak polish. Use your brain to think why they would want to go to polish school

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