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Gimnasium No 13

Gimnasium No 13 belongs to Zespół  Szkół nr 13 w Gorzowie Wielkopolskim which combines  “O” level, primary school (age 6-11) and lower secondary school (age 12-15). This state school is the biggest one in our town Gorzów Wlkp. with about 500 students in gymnasium and 1150 pupils in primary school. It has a good technical base having at the disposal modern sports field, two gyms, schoolyard with traffic signs for young pupils, library, laboratories and well-equipped classrooms .



The main objectives of the education  and didactic work are focused on preparing students for living in modern world, changing very quickly and develop pupils’ psycho-physical abilities. Our students are educated according to  universal values, tolerance, solidarity, democracy, patriotism.The school promotes  openness to other nations and their cultures and enhances understanding of cultural diversity.

Our school cooperates with a lot of different institutions and organizations e.g.: police department, art center, theatre, philharmonic, sport clubs, local media and upper  secondary schools etc. In addition to compulsory teaching hours students can participate in non-compulsory activities, school trips, cultural events and develop their interests.

The school was established more than 30 years ago so it has its own history and tradition. There are annual festivals, performers and competitions arranged by students and teachers with the help of parents and local institutions and organizations. The cultural tradition and festivals represent an important curriculum aspect in education.


Teachers employed in our school provide students with high standard of teaching. They stimulate students’ creativity by using modern, active methods which at the same time support the learning process and train pupils to be autonomous in learning.


We want to work with partners from European countries to help children learn about other cultures, share mutual interests and develop mutual understanding. For teachers it will be a great occasion to develop various professional competences and give them the sense of belonging to a community of European teachers sharing a similar approach to multilingual, multicultural and technology-based education.


a video made by Erasmus+ students

for Europe through the literature project

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