Wednesday, 15 July 2015

The old school at my summer place

16th July 2015

Yesterday I came across the old school from 1886 which is located in the countryside. A few years ago the school was renovated.


At that time at school children were taught Polish, Maths, sewing, knitting, cooking, farming...


The setting is beautiful..
Now it is possible to visit school to see typical classroom from 1886.
There is also a small cafeteria.



Now it is a museum which shows how education looked in the past..

So it means If I were a teacher at that time I would be unemployed.. as ESL teacher..


At that time women teachers wore long dresses not jeans and T-shirt ..


















Enjoy your summer day!!!!!!!!!!!!

20 comments:

  1. Hi Gosia, I like the old school building and the spacious natural surrounding for children to play. And the pretty fence too!

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  2. It would be fun to visit here. The fence is lovely.

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  3. Hello Gosia, the old school building looks beautiful renovated. It would be a nice museum to visit. Great fence shots, enjoy your day!

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  4. Now that looks good. Great to keep the old schools as it's all history.

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    1. Yes it is not very common to come across the old school for next generations

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  5. so very nice! glad they preserved it!

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  6. Terrific post, Gosia! It is truly a beautiful setting!

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  7. Gosia, i enjoy your angles. the one it is almost like you were going to fall over. neat!! ( :

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  8. I'm glad they kept that old school. Those are such nice pictures of it.

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  9. I would enjoy a visit there. Maybe I could get a job teaching knitting!

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    1. Cynthia you can teach because they teachchildren knitting now on the workshops there

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  10. Wonderful post. This historic school and now museum is really neat looking and has great picket fencing. It's so neat that it has been preserved and serves to teach others about history.

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  11. That's looks like a beautiful schoolhouse--pretty large and nice looking. I'm glad it's been preserved; we have some old one room school houses throughout the countryside, some have been taken care of as parts of museums, and others are in various stages of disrepair.

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  12. They have made a good job of retoring the school house

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