Razem Academy Staff
Agata Bartczak-Białek, MA
Principal of the Razem Academy Schools and teacher at the Razem Academy in Midleton
Working with children gives me a lot of joy and satisfaction.
Bogusława Urban, MA
teacher and head of the Razem Academy in Ballincollig
The aim of my work is to actively communicate the knowledge of the Polish language through games, music and by expanding knowledge about the culture and history of our country.
Małgorzata Stokłosa, MA
teacher at the Razem Academy in Ballincollig
I believe that promoting Polish tradition and culture may encourage students to learn more about it in the future.
Joanna Kania, MA
teacher and head of the Razem Academy in Cork and teacher in Midleton
As a teacher and a mother of three children, I am guided by Janusz Korczak's motto: "Children want to be good. If they don’t know - teach them. If they don’t understand - explain them. If they can't - help them"
Paulina Winiarczyk, MA
teacher at the Razem Academy in Cork and in Ballincollig
During the classes, I try to share my passions with my students, show them how wonderful and unique the language of their ancestors is, and introduce them to Polish traditions, culture, literature, art and history.
Aleksandra Frącek, MA
teacher and head of the Razem Academy in Clonakilty
I approach work with children with passion and commitment. It is a great honour for me that I can now teach Polish community children.
Edyta Szczecina, MA
teacher at the Razem Academy in Clonakilty
I have always loved staying with children, watching them develop, how they want to learn about the world and other people, and I have always wanted to participate in learning about the world with them.
Edyta Wyrostek, MA
teacher at the Razem Academy in Midleton
Working with children gives me a lot of satisfaction and joy. I admire their spontaneity, enthusiasm, curiosity and ingenuity. I like to see them gaining new knowledge and skills.