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Homeschooling in Poland - possible to apply?


teyha 1 | -
14 Jun 2013 #1
Helli,

Im a foreigners here. I would like to ask if there is any homeschool that i can apply since im a foreigner and how much it will cost me and where can i find one in Poland . Please advise :)
johnb121 4 | 184
14 Jun 2013 #2
Given homeschooling is when parents teach their own kids at home, what is it you are really looking for?
call1n 2 | 138
14 Jun 2013 #3
Just go to a local college and get a college student to homeschool your kid. that is the cheapest option.
pawian 176 | 14,854
5 Aug 2013 #4
Homeschooling isn`t popular in Poland, state schools are still OK, not like in US where they install metal detectors at the entrance.
pierogi2000 4 | 229
5 Aug 2013 #5
I wouldn't recommend homeschooling. Elements like bullying and dealing with uncomfortable social atmospheres is part of growing up and into a well rounded individual
Wlodzimierz 4 | 544
6 Aug 2013 #6
I thought homeschooling was illegal in many places.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 Aug 2013 #7
Poland Legal under restrictive conditions. Every homeschooled child must be supervised by an authorized school (can be a private school) and pass annual exams. Homeschooled children received diplomas from supervising school.

Poland
Status: Legal
Homeschooling is only allowed on highly regulated terms. Every child must be enrolled in a school (as of 2009, the school does not need to be a public school). The school principal may, but is not obliged to, allow of homeschooling a particular child. Homeschooled children are required to pass annual exams covering material in school curriculum, and failure on an exam automatically terminates the homeschooling permit.[65]

Homeschooling international status and statistics

I wouldn't recommend homeschooling. Elements like bullying and dealing with uncomfortable social atmospheres is part of growing up and into a well rounded individual

I agree to an extent on the other hand if a child is given individual attention with fewer distractions, it could lead to better results, couldn't it?

The bottom line is I think I'd have been driven up the wall if I were thought by my parents :)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,840
6 Aug 2013 #8
Elements like bullying and dealing with uncomfortable social atmospheres is part of growing up and into a well rounded individual

agree to an extent but if the bullying leads to suicide then there would be no growing up.
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1286240/Bullying-linked-half-suicides-10--14-year-olds.html
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
6 Aug 2013 #9
I wouldn't recommend homeschooling.

And what experience do you have with homeschooling?
mochadot18 15 | 241
6 Aug 2013 #10
Have you been to schools in the US???? Only Ghetto city school have those, most dont, ive never been to a school that has them. And Homeschooling isnt popular in the U.S either, we have it yes, but almost all go to actual schools.

As for the whole not growing up right I TOTS agree homeschooled kids are almost always weird, they dont know how to act around people and well they are just weird again lol.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
6 Aug 2013 #11
And Homeschooling isnt popular in the U.S either, we have it yes, but almost all go to actual schools.

Only 2 million students, not many at all.
chyalut
18 Mar 2015 #12
Merged: The law on homeschooling an English kid in Poland

I have a British passport but I would like to homeschool to live with my mum for a year in Poland. I have very little knowledge about the Polish law to do with this, but I know the English law. I will be going as a 17 year old, turning 18 after a month, and leaving when I'm almost 19.
Pani A 2 | 28
13 Apr 2015 #13
oh my gosh, how many homeschool kids have you met when you say "almost all are weird"???????
jon357 67 | 16,848
13 Apr 2015 #14
Chyalut, you will be under the radar most likely and will not attract the attention of the authorities unless social services/doctors somehow get involved.


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