Tuesday, 25 August 2015

The old and charming school

26th August 2015
As a teacher I come back school on 1 st September every year. Today I upload photos of the old school from my summer place. It is the old school from th 18th century. Currently  in not use but workshops for students are organised here.  I think I would like to taech at that charming school with fantasric setting.








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15 comments:

  1. Certainly a neat looking school.
    I guess Polish kids take a great sense of pride in their schools.
    Top makes to them.
    Cheers
    Colin

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  2. I like the look of this wooden school and its wooden fence too. I think I would enjoy walking in the garden too!

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  3. The school look very nice on the outside. Wonder what it looks inside..

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  4. Looks like a delightful place, and you have only a few days until school starts!

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  5. It looks to be in wonderful condition!

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  6. The wood is so light, it looks new. It's beautiful and I think I would like to teach there, too. Except maybe not in winter!

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  7. I hope you are continuing to enjoy your summer vacation -- and glad you got to spend time at your summer home, and enjoy sights like this charming old school :)

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  8. Hello, pretty images and flowers. It looks like a wonderful school. Have a happy day!

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  9. Lovely setting and fence. Have a great new teaching year. My mother in law taught in a one room school house in the 1940's!

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  10. it is so cute and a beautiful fence, too!

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  11. A lovely looking building and well fenced in.

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  12. That does look like a great place to attend school. I liked the pretty sunflowers growing by the door and the fence was really nice.

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  13. Very beautiful for a school with premises.

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  14. Oh, that is so beautiful and indeed charming. What a wonderful garden!

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  15. Charming.
    I hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/bennett-place-bit-of-history.html, and please join us each week for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)!

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