The Polish-British Foundation was founded in May 2003 by Grzegorz Chruszcz and Romuald Poslednik, connected with The International House World Organisation, who have been running English Language Schools in Northern Poland since 1992. International House schools, besides quality English teaching, have always been centres of British culture. It inspired by the ideas of John and Brita Haycraft (founders of International House) who believed that learning languages improves understanding between people and nations.
Many years of experience in English teaching and gathering contacts from all over the world helped determine our decision to found The Polish-British Foundation.
Through the popularizing of the learning of the English Language, The Foundation aims to extend cultural understanding between the people of Poland and the English speaking world.
The main objectives:
We also intend to support projects leading to greater understanding of Polish culture and traditions in Great Britain.
We would like to co-operate and collaborate with organizations, and companies from Poland, Britain and other English speaking nations, to help us achieve our goals.
The Foundation is not a grant making organization.
Everyone with ideas who wants to cooperate with the Foundation please contact us
The Polish-British Foundation acknowledges support from IH Bydgoszcz and IH Torun