Mathematics, science and history are to be taught in Spanish at a secondary school in Opole.
The courses at School Number Ten will begin in September 2014, and will be led by teachers who have been coached in the language.
The school was planning to introduce lessons in either Spanish or Italian, but opted for the former as it was one of the most widely-spoken languages in the world. It also received the most support from parents.
As a recognised bilingual school, ‘Ten’ already holds classes in German and French. Students must demonstrate ability in their chosen language in order to take part in the courses. English is taught as a compulsory foreign language.