My name is Terence Clark-Ward, I am the director of the Queen’s School of English. I have lived in Poland for over fourteen years, and during this period I had an amazing opportunity to observe the huge changes that took place here. The first time I came to Poland in 1998, at that time I worked briefly for the Polish Ministry of Education. I liked it so much here that I decided to move here and start learning English. Observing the progress of my students gives me great satisfaction. I discovered a vocation to teach, which is why I decided to establish my own language school.

I am sure that there will be people who will not agree with me, and probably there will be quite a lot of them, but for me, Poland is a country of many possibilities. A few years ago, I wrote my first book: Goodbye mistakes – English for Poles, which was published by Poltext publishing house in Warsaw. The book has been selling so far so far, and already in March 2015, the second was released! This time it is I can sing in English, a textbook for 2-5 year olds.

I also worked as a lecturer, lending my voice in over a dozen advertisements and promotional spots (including for Orange, HP, Dreamliner and Tesco), I wrote and presented a radio program in English (Radio RAM), and also appeared in the Polish series. ” N1cola “and I have participated in countless other projects related to English.

I consider myself a real lucky person because I really like what I do. The possibilities related to English seem to be infinite. My main goal, however, is to maintain high standards of teaching at the Queen’s School of English, educating students with passion and inspiring everyone who is learning and working at my school.