Bilingual Primary School ATUT - is a private school operated since 1990 in Wroclaw run by the Foundation for International Education (FEM), which teaches children from Poland and abroad. As one of the few primary schools in Poland and in Europe, it educates students in accordance with the International Middle Years Program established by the International Baccalaureate organization. The task of MYP is to prepare children for the International Baccalaureate Program (Diploma Program), and in the future to learn and practice in any part of the world. Therefore, the school's program combines the methods and educational content required in the most developed countries with the requirements of the Polish core curriculum. The most important element of the school's curriculum is bilingualism, and especially equipping children with a perfect command of English. It is taught based on proprietary programs from "zero". At the ticket offices I-III, "Play & Learn" lessons are held, during which the children learn about the language of the early school and play contents. From the 4th grade, English is taught using the language immersion method (CLIL), which is based primarily on the fact that subjects such as mathematics, nature, biology, geography, chemistry, physics and arts subjects are taught in English. An important place in education is also German and Spanish. According to the school philosophy, IB ATUT uses a holistic approach to teaching and educational goals. Among them the most important is the education of people who are open to the world, socially involved, who are not lacking in self-confidence and self-esteem, while being tolerant, respecting other cultures and any signs of dissimilarity and being sensitive to the world around them and social issues. It also promotes a healthy lifestyle by offering the "Wolves" Sports Program covering many sports and all FEM students. Sports struggles and at the same time playing in a multicultural environment affect not only the physical development of children, but also social, motivating them to develop. Graduates of the primary school FEM propose to study at the International High School and the International Baccalaureate Diploma.