Class Program

At For Fun Preschool, we implement the Polish curriculum code for preschools, the English-language program and the original classes ‘My Talents’.

The Program is “Trampoline”, which is based in Polish. PWN for preschools. “Trampoline” is the innovative program for teaching in preschools. It is rich in interesting and clever tasks related to getting to know and developing children’s verbal, motor and spatial skills, technical and educational skills.

Author's classes ”My talents”

At ForFun Preschool, we cooperate with various trainers, instructors and teachers who run original classes tailored to the needs of our preschoolers. Our children have the opportunity to participate in a variety of classes by first getting to know each other and later developing their passions and talents. The “My Talents” program gives us the opportunity to cooperate with the best teachers, which makes the classes tailored to the needs of children and are conducted in an interesting style, that draws children’s curiosity and brings about their participation and active engagement.  Each child has a vast potential for developing various skills and interests. They develop depending on the diversity of the environment in which the child is raised and the learning process. That’s why at For fun preschool, we place a great emphasis on the educational environment to be diverse and provide children the opportunity to develop naturally. The opportunity to participate in various activities positively influences in building the child’s own sense of self value and sustains in the child the desire to discover and form his/her worldview, that is crucial in preschool and school age.

As part of the ”My Talents” program, we realise:

creative ART workshop

dance workshop

music workshop

drama workshop

developing social and emotional intelligence workshop

speech therapy workshop

Zajęcia w języku angielskim


The English-language program is taught at the For Fun preschool through the technique of language immersion or “immersion in language”. Linguistic immersion is based on exposure to everyday language for multiple hours. This technique engages the presence of a native speaker in each group, who is also the second teacher of the group. Learning English does not take the form of “foreign language lessons”, but free casual contact with a native speaker and conversations on various topics. By learning the language in such a natural way, the child becomes familiar with English and learns to speak it by not just memorising words. Constant contact and exposure with a foreign language thanks to the presence of a native speaker positively affects the development of language skills, which become the child’s resource for life. Learning through language immersion comes easier and becomes a natural part of development, by which children acquire naturality and ease in communicating in English.