WIS - Wroclaw International School WIS - Wroclaw International School - is an international IB (International Baccalaureate) school founded in 2002 by the Foundation for International Education (FEM). As one of the few schools in Poland, it offers to children aged 3 to 16 full-time education of the IB - PYP (Primary Years Program) and MYP (Middle Years Program) programs, and for older children (aged 16 to 19) a continuation teaching at the sister International High School of Wroclaw and the opportunity to do the DP program and international baccalaureate. The IB program implemented by WIS is characterized by a holistic approach to student and learning, individualization of the teaching process and focusing on developing student's talents. They put special emphasis on the development of creative and critical thinking, the ability to learn, praise and present their own opinions, the ability to work individually and in a team, as well as sensitivity to social issues and tolerance and respect for people representing different countries, cultures, value systems. In IB programs, taught subjects are combined into subject groups and the project is the basic method of work. In WIS, lessons are taught in English - Polish is taught only within the scope provided by the Polish education authorities for foreigners. For this reason, young Poles for whom the Polish educational program is compulsory are not admitted to school. This does not mean that the school is closed to them - Polish children are offered education in bilingual FEM schools - ATUT Bilingual Primary School and ATUT Bilingual Middle School, which implements a proprietary program based on the Polish core curriculum and core values of the PYP and MYP programs. All FEM schools operate on one campus, at ul. Racławicka, and their students have many activities, especially extra and sports, thanks to which they perfectly integrate, creating a common international community. It is worth adding that the campus of the school belongs to the most modern and the most beautiful educational facilities in Poland.