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ANIA DALIGA - Teacher She is a kind and ambitious person, who loves working with children and understands them very well. She does her best to make this educational journey pleasant and interesting for children. Every day is a challenge for her, she’s active and has a lot of great ideas which makes teaching a fascinating experience for everyone. She speaks Russian very well and has musical skills so it helps her diversify classes. She has a warm, caring personality and a lot of patience. These traits of character make easy for children to adapt and settle in the kindergarten. She graduated from Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski where she studied Russian philology. Ania graduated pedagogy at Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna Związku Nauczycielstwa Polskiego in Warsaw. She has completed numerous courses: “Developmental motion according to Weronika Sherborne”, “Mathematics for children”, “Sensory Integration”, “Fairy tales - a story telling”.
KANISHKA PERERA - Native Speaker, English Teacher
She came to Poland in 2007 and since then she’s been working with children as an English Teacher, joined our team in 2008. She works with children and teenagers. On the one hand it is a big challenge for her but on the other it gives her a lot of pleasure and satisfaction. She makes sure that learning English is for children a great fun and fascinating educational journey. She graduated from KalanyaUniversity in Sri Lanka where she studied international relations. She speaks 6 languages.
MAGDALENA JĘKSA–WOJCIECHOWSKA – a Speech Therapist
She did postrgraduate studies at KardynałWyszyńskiUniversity in Warsaw where she studied a speech therapy and from Wyższa Szkoła Komunikowania i Mediów Społecznych im. Jerzego Giedroycia in Warsaw where she studied media speech therapy. She has completed numerous courses: “Voice emission workshops” (where Alexander technique is used), “Application of Sensory Integration for children with speech difficulties”, “Hypoplasia of speech organs – diagnosis and improvement”, “Aphasia – diagnosis and therapy”. She works with mentally handicapped and deaf children and with those who suffer from cleft palate. She has a great experience in preventive treatment and speech therapy. She runs a group and individual speech therapy in our kindergarten. She loves working with children, she is very creative and has lots of ideas how to change typical speech exercises for instance articulation or breathing exercises into a fascinating and interesting play. She works at ABC consulting room as well, www.abcpoprawnejwymowy.pl