Frequently asked questions
From September 1, 2022, taking into account the war and all its consequences, we offer Ukrainian families 4 formats of education. This allows us to cover not only residents of Lviv, but also other families. In particular, those who live in other cities, but are interested in quality education, as well as those who were forced to find themselves abroad, but want to continue studying at our school, get a report card/certificate, and most importantly - follow the rhythm of Ukrainian education, so that it is easier for the child to continue schooling after returning.
You can read all the details about our 4 training formats here (https://pipllyceum.com/how-will-we-study-from-september-1/).
Our team includes employees with appropriate professional education, teachers and psychologists with work experience.
We systematically organize specialized training and professional training for the team.
Teachers regularly undergo inspections and certifications.
Each class has up to 16 students.
During the lesson, the teacher and the class supervisor are present in the classroom.
For future first-graders, we conduct an introductory assessment of the child's readiness for school. Its purpose is to help parents assess the feasibility of their child attending school in the current academic year. This is especially relevant for parents who hesitate to choose: preparation for school or first grade. If the assessment of readiness for all the main factors is positive, we recommend schooling already this year.
In addition to studying basic subjects, we focus on the development of the following important skills in children:
- critical and spatial thinking;
- emotional intelligence;
- psychology of communication;
- social responsibility;
- cyber security;
- human rights.
We work from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In the afternoon, there are group classes and active leisure time for children.
Students should work carefully in the classrooms during lessons and not disturb others. Students cannot refuse to complete the tasks set by the teacher. For the effectiveness of the educational process and in order not to interrupt it, students must remain in the classroom throughout the lesson. If there is an urgent need to leave, it can only be done with the permission of the teacher.
Students should behave carefully during breaks. Running during breaks is not allowed, because such behavior can harm the student or his environment. Also, students should move on the right side of the corridor or stairs.
During the absence from school, the student can study remotely using remote access.
Please note that the educational process cannot be completely individual. For a full-fledged educational process of the 21st century, it is necessary to work in a group, solve problems together and cooperate.
A student who has been absent from school due to illness for up to 3 calendar days may attend school without providing a certificate from a doctor.
A student who has been absent from school due to illness for 3 days or more must provide an appropriate certificate from a doctor with recommendations regarding workload in physical education lessons with the specified deadline.
If the student is unable to attend school on any day due to illness or for any other reason known to the parents, a corresponding statement from the parents must be submitted before the start of the school day.
Parents are financially responsible for damage to school property by their child.
Students are responsible for keeping their property. If a student loses any of his belongings, even valuable ones, the school is not responsible, but often the belongings are located, in which case they can be collected from the chests in the hall, and valuables from the administrator.