On September 4th , 2017, Jesuit Primary School in Gdynia was open. The kids- primary school pupils were greeted for the first time. There were 92 new students.

At the beginning of the year, Holy Mass was a great joy for everyone. For the first time they saw and experienced what challenges are waiting for them in the current school year. The view of the twirling children is a small symbol of transformation that takes place in the school. The transformations bring great optimism.

Children found themselves in a new environment very quickly. The integration camps, which combined the elements of getting to know one another as well as learning about the character of the school, certainly contributed to this. First, fourth and fifth classes went to the open-air museum in Wdzydze, while sixth and seventh classes went to the recreation center in Warzenko.

On September 15th, 2017, during the school holidays the vows of children who started learning at school took place. First formers with great commitment repeated words of the oath. They looked adorably. Then all distinguished guests, teachers and students were invited to the school for dessert prepared by the Parent’s Council.

It is also worth noting that during the first three weeks of September, the school hosted trainees who were very involved. Jacek Domański, Dawid Kowalewski and Jan Amilkiewicz not only helped in conducting morning lessons and prayers but also enthusiastically participated in integration camps and other initiatives undertaken by the school.