Chronicle – school year – 2017/2018 – November and December
Hunt your book
Our school participates in the nationwide campaign of the Krakow Book Institute under the slogan “Hunt your book”.
Just scan the code to download the free app that lets you read and listen to 12 best-selling novels.
Codes to download on posters on the ground floor of the school (navy blue board) and on the school library information board.
Congratulations to Bartosz Biesiadecki on the SAPERE AUSO scholarship
Bartosz Biesiadecki from class 3A1 received the SAPERE AUSO scholarship
Participation of students of High School No. 6 in chess competitions – November 6, 2017
On November 6, 2017, students of the Secondary School No. 6 in Krakow participated in the Krakow Youth Olympics in chess. Mikołaj Dziwosz / 3e /, Krzysztof Owsiany / 1d /, Tomasz Szydłak / 1d /, finally, after playing 7 chess duels, they took 12th place out of 27 male teams. Please note that the competition was attended by players with club affiliation and categories.
Therefore, CONGRATULATIONS for the result obtained !!
Krakow Youth Olympics handball – November 9, 2017
On November 9, 2017, students of the Secondary School No. 6 in Krakow participated in the handball qualifiers of secondary schools, as part of the Krakow Youth Olympics. In the first match, they competed with II LO, with great chances of winning, because the level of the teams was very even. We played the second match with the tactically well-prepared team of the Gastronomy School Complex No. 1 in Krakow.
The composition of the 6th LO: Sygut Damian / 1d /, Walicki Adrian / 2a2 /, Kącki Kamil / 3f /, Rodak Kacper / 2e /, Dziedzic Igor – goalkeeper / 2e /, Cichy Tomasz / 2c /, Indyk Łukasz / 2f /, Szuszkiewicz Kacper / 2h /, Sala Karol / 2h /, Zamojski Piotr / 2g /, Więcek Jan / 1b /, Rutkowski Michał / 1g /, Augustyńczyk Maciej / 1c /.
Group supervisor: Magdalena Włodarczyk.
CONGRATULATIONS to all players for their commitment and fair-play attitude on the pitch !!!
Lecture by prof. dr hab. Sławomir Sprawski – November 10, 2017
On November 10, 2017, prof. dr hab. Sławomir Sprawski, Director of the Institute of History of the Jagiellonian University, expert in ancient history. Our guest presented a lecture entitled “Greeks and Romans”, colorfully describing to the audience the complicated political, economic and cultural relations between the world of Greek city-states and the Roman Empire. The following classes participated in the meeting: 2C, 2A / 3 and 3F, who implemented the history curriculum at the advanced level. At the end of the lecture, a short scientific discussion took place, during which, among others, the question of assessing the reign of Emperor Hadrian.
National Independence Day – Dictation
As every year, students of High School No. 6 took part in the dictation organized on the occasion of Independence Day. And as every year, our students turned out to be the best, out of over 11 thousand. students from Poland, Lithuania and Latvia.
The best in the upper secondary school category were Weronika Tupaj (1st place) and Aleksandra Krzanik (2nd place).
Congratulations to the girls! Everyone is invited to the next year’s edition of the dictations.
PROSCENIUM BABY- PANTOMIMA WORKSHOPS
The Proscenium Baby Theater (artistic classes 1c, 1e) participated in the workshops of movement expression led by dr hab. Ewelina Ciszewska – actress and teacher at PWST in Wrocław.
During two days, the participants learned the secrets of pantomime and had a great time!
Congratulations on qualifying for the provincial stage of the Electoral Law Knowledge Competition
THE KAMIŃSK DAVID
qualifying for the provincial stage II. Edition of the National Competition of Knowledge on Election Law “I select elections” – Local Government Elections
Congratulations on qualifying for the regional stage of the German Language Olympiad
qualify for the regional stage of the German Language Olympiad
Table tennis as part of the LICEALIADA – November 20, 2017
On November 20, 2018, as part of the LICEALIADA, a girls and boys competition in team table tennis was held. High School No. 6 was represented among girls by: Aleksandra Rajzer and Aneta Kapała, among boys: Jacek Zając and Hubert Chrzan.
After a fierce and emotional fight, both teams took 3rd place. The bronze medals did not bring any shame, especially as the competition was at the highest level until the very end.
Safety and Defense Knowledge Olympiad – congratulations
MATEUSZ, PAŁĘDZE FROM KL. 2G
KINDZE WÓJCIK FROM KL. 1G
MICHAŁ RUTKOWSKI FROM KL. 1G
qualify for the regional stage of the Security and Defense Knowledge Olympiad
Food and Nutrition Olympiad – congratulations
JUSTYNIE BORYCZCE WITH KL. 3B
MILLEN WESGALES FROM KL. 2B
qualify for the regional stage of the Olympiad of Knowledge about Food and Nutrition
CHARITY COLLECTION OF CLOTHING FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE – THANKS
Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Students,
We would like to thank you for supporting the collection of clothes for the homeless carried out as part of the Zupa na Planty campaign. The number of gifts exceeded our wildest expectations, which proves your great heart and sensitivity to the needs of other people.
We also thank the Volunteers and Volunteers from classes 2a1 and 2b, without whom it would be impossible to carry out the fundraising campaign, as well as Mrs. Magdalena Brud and students from class 2a2 for transporting the gifts to the Living Studio.
The collection of clothes in our high school has been completed, but we encourage you to individually support the volunteers of the Living Workshop and Soup in Planty. More info on page:
Thank you once again!
Dr. Agata Kurek
Barbara Rolka, MA
Lecture by dr hab. Wojciech Mruk, researcher at the Institute of History of the Jagiellonian University
On November 3, 2017, the VI Lyceum was visited by dr hab. Wojciech Mruk, researcher at the Institute of History of the Jagiellonian University, expert in, among others crusade issues, relations between Christianity and Islam, and cultural relations in the Middle Ages.
Our expert gave a lecture on “The Latin World Against Muslims Before the Crusades” and presented the complex political, economic and cultural relationship between the Latin world and Islam from the 8th to 11th centuries. He showed numerous examples of diplomatic cooperation, the interpenetration of cultures and the expansion of trade exchange. The following classes participated in the meeting: 2A / 2, 2A / 3, 2C, 2E and 3F, who implement the history curriculum at the advanced level. After the lecture, there was a short scientific discussion.
Lecture by Dr. Michał Choiński from the Institute of English Studies at the Jagiellonian University
On November 30, 2017, High School No. 6 was visited by Dr. Michał Choiński, assistant professor at the Institute of English Studies at the Jagiellonian University, an expert in the field of early American and English literature, rhetoric and literary translation.
On 30 November 2017 Dr Michał Choiński from the Institute of English Studies of the Jagiellonian University was the guest of VI LO. The students of English bilingual classes in our school had the opportunity to participate in a lecture entitled: “Szpecą and świecą – on Shakespeare’s witches in Polish translations of Macbeth”. They could learn why Shakespeare’s works are worth becoming familiar with, what the importance of the Three Witches in ‘Macbeth’ is and how difficult it is to translate the verse “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” to Polish without losing its hidden meaning.
Lecture by Barbara Kochan from the Institute of Romance Philology at the Jagiellonian University
On November 30, 2017, French language workshops entitled “News and sensational press events” were conducted for our students by Mrs. Barbara Kochan, an employee of Romance philology at the Jagiellonian University. This is another meeting of young people with the JU Romanists.
In October, we were visited by Mr. Marek Sosna, a specialist and enthusiast of colloquial French.
27 November 2017 The French language atelier, conducted by Mr. Michael Magne, course director at the French Institute for a group of first-grade students continuing to learn French, introduced us to the atmosphere of Paris, je t’aime …
9 November 2017 Campus France open days at the French Institute. The first grades participated in lectures and presentations on studies in France, scholarships and double Polish-French university diplomas.
The Two Riversides of the Vistula Sports Tournament – December 6, 2017
School Day – 12/12/2017
9.30 Holy Mass in St. Mary’s Basilica,
laying flowers at the Adam Mickiewicz monument in the Main Square,
10.45 start of the gala at the KIJÓW Cinema:
– greeting guests and speeches,
-first grade students’ oath,
– a performance entitled “Birthday of the poet” – a performance by the School Theater PROSCENIUM and the School Theater in Spanish,
– concert performed by students of the State Secondary Music School Władysław Żeleński in Krakow.
The success of volleyball VI LO
The representation of volleyball players of the VI High School took the first place in the tournament on 7-8.12.2017. Volleyball Tournament for the Cup of the District Council II and the Director of the XXIV High School.
Joanna Pikus received the MVP title of the Girls’ Tournament.
Congratulations and we wish you continued success .
The girls’ team: Natalia Mojsilović, Emilia Niedzielska, Karolina Sikora, Joanna Pikus, Paulina Koczur, Aleksandra Kowalska, Gabriela Kasprzyk, Oliwia Skałka.
The boys’ team: Karol Sala, Jacek Zeman, Kamil Kącki, Szymon Wierzbowski, Piotr Zamojski, Tom Pietrzyk, Aleksander Jakuć.
Trainer: Marcin Skoczeń
Lecture by dr hab. Jacek Nowak, researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the Jagiellonian University
On December 7, 2017, the VI Lyceum was visited by dr hab. Jacek Nowak, sociologist and anthropologist, researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the Jagiellonian University. Our guest conducts research in Central and Eastern Europe among ethnic and religious minorities. Students in grades 2A / 2, 2C, 2F, 2G and 3A / 2 implementing the program of teaching knowledge about society at the advanced level listened to a lecture entitled “The formation and functioning of the nation”. Our expert presented various concepts of the birth and functioning of a nation, the issue of collective memory in different communities and the importance of social identity.
THE NOBLE PACK 2017
Szlachetna Paczka is a nationwide project to help people in need – our school, led by Professor Marcin Mikruta, once again became involved in this action. We prepared a package for a family of six – Mrs. Beata, Mr. Adam and their children: Oskar, Kacper, Nikola and Alan.
Thanks to the generosity of students, parents and teachers, we managed to collect and purchase all the necessary products, including wall unit and desk for children, sports outfits for Alan and Kacper, who train acrobatics. The packages also included many other necessary things, including, of course, toys and games that children liked especially.
On Friday, December 9, class 2f packed the gifts to the accompaniment of Christmas songs. On Saturday, on the day of the final of the action, we made every effort to finish the package with the last button. Then we took it to the warehouse, from where it went straight into the hands of the family.
Szlachetna Paczka in our school was a complete success – the recipients were very happy and grateful, the children were very happy to unpack, not to mention the contents of Christmas packages. The action would have failed, however, had it not been for the mobilization of the entire school community. We would like to thank all the donors and volunteers for the help and work put into preparing the package. We hope to participate in this initiative again next year.
The chemists’ group spent “Andrzejki” in Sułkowice
The chemists group spent “Andrzejki” in Sułkowice. The organizer of the event was the Environmental Group of the Association for Support of Disabled People “Kolonia”, which invited disabled children from all over the Myślenice poviat to the ball.
Students from the Chemists’ Association from High School No. 6 (or rather Shamans from the Wakiki tribe) presented interesting chemical experiments as part of a charity campaign.
Lecture by dr hab. Marcjanny Nóżka, researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the Jagiellonian University
On December 13, 2017, the guest of the 6th High School was dr hab. Marcjanna Nóżka, researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the Jagiellonian University. Our guest specializes in research, among others on social exclusion, marginalization, environmental sociology and social psychology. Dr hab. M. Nóżka gave a lecture entitled “Social exclusion”, in which she discussed theories about the emergence and mechanisms of exclusion, their nature and social consequences on selected examples. The participants were students from classes: 2C, 2E and 2F who implement the program of teaching knowledge about society at the advanced level.
Congratulations to young historians
We are pleased to announce that the following students have been qualified for the regional stage of the Historical Olympiad:
Weronika Bandarzewska (2c)
Lukasz Baran (2e)
Gabriela Baster (2a2)
Filip Buczek (3f)
Maciej Chyla (2b)
Igor Dziedzic (2e)
Jakub Marszałek (2a3)
Michał Mrugała (2e)
Roksana Rakoczy (2f)
Congratulations and good luck in the second stage of the Olympics!
PE is simply different …
On December 21, 2017, students of classes 1a1, 1b, 2a3, 2b, 2i, 2g spent PE lessons with M. Włodarczyk and Mr. K. Kwolek on the ice rink, polishing their skating skills. Learning and having fun in one!
15th Jubilee Christmas Party 2017
On December 21 and 22, our school hosted the 15th Jubilee Christmas Party 2017.
The guest of honor was the US Consul General in Krakow, Walter Braunohler, who came with his colleague Ms Janina Galas – a graduate of our high school. The President of the Parents’ Council, Mrs. Grażyna Augustyniak, graduates of High School No. 6 and a group of young people from High School No. 1 in Krakow also honored us with her presence.
The performance in English “The First Christmas” (based on King James’s Bible) was prepared by class 1a1 under the supervision of prof. Dorota Szczepankiewicz, a wonderful Christmas concert performed by the Music Group was prepared by prof. Katarzyna Płaza. Dominika Kuzaj, a graduate of our high school, was a great help in music. The original set design was provided by Fr. Maciej Guziejko. The announcer was led by the unparalleled Milena Kuchnia and Wiktor Dębski. Bilingual classes decorated the school beautifully. The whole was discreetly supervised by prof. Ewa Lubińska.
Among the participants there is the honorary US Consul General Walter Braunohler.
DKMS – Komórkomania campaign in High School no
On December 18-20, the Komórkomania campaign took place in our school. The DKMS Foundation, patron of the action, is looking for bone marrow donors, who have already found over a million in Poland. As a result, 4 565 patients with blood cancers were saved.
From Monday to Wednesday, at each break, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the volunteer desk at the secretary’s office, you could join the donor bank by completing the form and giving a sample.
Among the 45 people who registered as potential bone marrow donors were both students and teachers.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers in classes 1A3, 2A3 and 3A3.
Izabela Żelazna (organizer of the campaign).