The Polish Saturday School in Ashfield was established over 60 years ago, offering the Polish people of Sydney a place to come together as a community.
Australia has a rich and multicultural society. One that takes pride in the various cultures and traditions of our ancestors from all around the world.
Our mission, as a Polish school based in Australia, is to educate and continue to inspire new generations of Polish descendants to develop communication skills in the Polish language and learn about the history, culture and traditions of their parents and grandparents.
Our school is located in Sydney’s inner west suburb of Ashfield and we are regularly involved in community events throughout Sydney.
We offer Saturday classes to our students, with both youth and mature study options throughout the year, as well as regular community activities and social events. Please check our “upcoming events” calendar for information on what we’re planning next and please feel free to join us.
Historical overview of the Polish Saturday School in Ashfield 1950 – present The beginnings of the Polish School in Ashfield actually lie in the Sydney suburb of Chullora. In the early 1950s, more than 150 children learnt Polish at the migrant camp (Chullora Accommodation Centre for Migrants) in Chullora. Within a few years, Poles had … Continue reading History
Our teachers are focused on sharing the Polish language, our rich history, culture and traditions with students so that they can continue to strengthen the multicultural diversity and foundation of Australian society. Our experienced teachers specialise in educating children and adults from both non-Polish backgrounds as well as those with foundations of Polish language skills … Continue reading Our Teachers