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Zgodnie z art. 2 pkt. 23 Kodeksu Drogowego dzieci poniżej 10 lat mogą samodzielnie poruszać się na rowerze, ale tylko i wyłącznie pod opieką osoby dorosłej. Dziecko do lat dziesięciu kierujące rowerem jest pieszym. Z tego wynika, że nie może poruszać się po jezdni, ale tylko po chodniku, pod opieką osoby dorosłej (Kodeks Drogowy art. 33 pkt. 5).
Dzieci powyżej 10 lat mogą już samodzielnie jeździć rowerem po publicznych drogach. Jedyne wymaganie formalne (poza wiekiem) to posiadanie Karty Rowerowej (Kodeks Drogowy art. 96 pkt. 1).


We are Janusz Korczak state primary school, run by Przechlewo Municipal Office. The unit is one of the two primary schools subject to the Municipality of Przechlewo, but the only one in Przechlewo itself. Our school is situated at 4E Szkolna Street, where it established its activity on 1 September 1998. The history of the school dates back to the 17th century. Its head teacher is Wojciech Podgórski, M.A.. The school employs over 40 teachers, responsible for 456 pupils in 21 classes. The school is involved in educating and raising children at the ages of 7-15, living in the school district. By 2019 the lower-secondary- school classes will have ceased to exist. Our institution provides care to children in the school common room between 6.30 am and 4 pm.


  • encourages pupils’ comprehensive development,
  • supports talented pupils,
  • teaches self-reliance, cooperation and responsibility,
  • offers a sense of security,
  • covers a wide range of in-class activities, as well as extracurricular ones,
  • supports a partnership between teachers, parents and pupils,
  • ensures fair educational and pedagogical opportunities to all the pupils,
  • cooperates with the local community and institutions backing the school,
  • provides its pupils with specialists such as a speech therapist,
    a psychologist and a pedagogue,
  • maintains long-established traditions.


  • a library,
  • a school common room,
  • a sports hall,
  • a sports field "Orlik",
  • a gym,
  • a kitchen,
  • a canteen,
  • a computer room,
  • a nurse staffroom.


Originally, there was a property with a house for a rector in Przechlewo. The parishioners felt obliged to find a teacher and provide them with equitable living and working conditions.
Przechlewo possessed its own school. Its first teacher was Joannes Beier, who had previously acted as a school inspector.
1764 – 1772
Another school opened.
In Młyńska Street the first school building was erected. An Evangelical school opened next to a Catholic one.
After 1818
Przechlewo already had two teachers: Michael Kasischke (Kasüschke) and Krystian Rogazinski.
The school building was reconstructed after a fire.
Until 1 October 1886
Authority over the Catholic school was exercised by the parish priest.
The County School Inspector (teacher Henkel) received a dwelling in Przechlewo.
A two-classroom school with two flats for teachers was built in the village centre. Nowadays Municipal Public Library is located in this area. Since then Przechlewo has had two Catholic schools.
184 children attended the two Catholic schools, and 142 pupils went to the Evangelical one.
9-21 March 1888
The teachers and the pupils participated in a series of ceremonies and services after the death of Emperor William I.
12/13 February 1908
The school in the village centre burnt down. The local authorities rented 3 teaching rooms and three flats for teachers.
1 October 1913
A Catholic school (4 classrooms, 3 flats for teachers) and an Evangelical one (3 classrooms and 3 flats) were erected.
Military targets were set (i.a. the pupils organised a collection of gold, money, clothes and knitted socks for soldiers).
7 March 1920
The first elections to the School Council were held.
The school was provided with electricity for the first time.
1 April 1922
Teacher Schunk opened a public school in Przechlewo.
A stadium was built. The venture was undertaken actively by teachers and older pupils.
12 February 1928
The schools received the first radio from the Ministry of Education.
1 April 1928
The local schools were extended, utilising the space between the Catholic and Evangelical school. The new construction became new premises for agricultural Vocational School for girls.
1 October 1931
Jakob Grochocki, a Catholic school headmaster, was awarded the title of “rector”.
The teachers had to swear the oath of personal loyalty to Hitler.
A water pipe was connected.
11 November 1938
”The Night of the Broken Glass” in Przechlewo. Teachers and pupils took part in a demonstration under the heading „World Jewishness and its Red and Black Friends”.
June 1939
The schools were put at the disposal of Wehrmacht. They were used as a prison, a base for explosives engineers and a military hospital.
The schools sheltered 70 German children from German cities in danger of bombings (from Berlin, Gelsenkirchen, Düsseldorf, Köln, Braunschweig and Herne).
The two schools were merged (Catholic and Evangelical) into one eight-year Volksschule.
End of 1944
The school ceased its activities and was taken over by the German army. Next to the school, in the garden a provisional military cemetery was established (6 graves).
10 September 1945
Mr Franciszek Gospodarek solemnly commenced the school year, which was combined with the opening of a Polish school.
28 June 1946
The first solemn end of the school year (13 graduates).
1 April 1947
The first ball was purchased.
1 December 1952 - 30 March 1953
A hall of residence was created in the school loft (the first in Koszalin Voivodeship).
1 September 1958
The premises of the school started to be used by Agricultural School.
An eight-year primary school was introduced.
The school was connected to the local water supply.
1 February 1971
The building in Dworcowa Street was extended and transformed into a hall of residence.
A school common room was organised for commuting pupils.
A job-centred class of agricultural profile was created.
The local school was granted a status of Collective Municipal School in Przechlewo.
The construction of a new educational establishment was commenced.
Education and Upbringing Inspectorate was created here.
School Support Committee was established.
1 September 1988
The solemn opening of the school named after Janusz Korczak.
Economic and Administrative Support of Schools was established in Przechlewo.
1 September 1999
A six-year primary school and a three-year junior secondary school were introduced.
Since 1999
We have had the guests from Germany and Denmark.
Our school was given the title “School with class”- action under the patronage of the Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski.
The School Complex in Przechlewo was created.
Second prize (50000 zlotys) in a national competition run by PZU Zycie (insurance company)
Thermo-modernization and changing the school’s elevation.
A multifunctional pitch “Orlik 2012” was built.
Celebrating school’s 20th anniversary.
As a result of Education Reform the School Complex was transformed nto Janusz Korczak Primary School.

Archdeacon Remigiusz Jezierski visits our school in 1695.
School on Mlynska Street
Przechlewo before 1908. You can see the school in the background
Przechlewo in 1919 (drawing by M. Wikaryjczak)
District school inspectorate in Przechlewo
Evangelic and catholic school before 1927
Schools in Przechlewo before 1945
Przechlewo – 1946 From the left: Franciszek Gospodarek, Barbara Deja, Tadeusz Latała, Janina Gospodarek, Tadeusz Hałkowski, Marta Czerny, Zygmunt Jażdżewski
Classes run by Janina Gospodarek
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Jesteśmy szkołą otwartą na współpracę z rodzicami.
W razie potrzeby zawsze służymy radą i pomocą. Cenimy sobie konstruktywne uwagi podnoszące jakość naszej pracy.
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z wychowawcami, nauczycielami, wicedyrektorami oraz
dyrektorem szkoły

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Janusz Korczak
ur. 22 lipca 1878
zm. sierpień 1942

Warto Zajrzeć
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Szkoła Podstawowa im. Janusza Korczaka w Przechlewie
ul. Szkolna 4e, 77-320 Przechlewo, tel.: 59 83 34 325, e-mail:
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