Mission: programming


The aim of the Mission: programming” project is to prepare early childhood education teachers from the areas of Ostrołęka and Płock to independently conduct programming classes as part of integrated teaching and to popularize early learning to code in rural and rural-urban communes. Project is implemented by the Information Society Development Foundation (project leader) and the Mazovian Local Government Centre for Teacher Training, Branches in Ostrołęka and Płock in cooperation with selected rural and rural-urban communes from the Ostrołęka and Płock subregions.

The project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Program Digital Poland (action 3.2 “Innovative solutions for digital activation”).


“Mission: programming – Ostrołęka subregion”

  • Budget: PLN 1,589,228.25, including the contribution of the European Regional Development Fund PLN 1,509,766.83.
  • Duration: 01/09/2019 – 30/06/2021
  • Coverage: Communes of Andrzejewo, Goworowo, Kadzidło, Krzynowłoga Mała, Lelis, Millers, Myszyniec, Rzekuń, Sypniewo, Szelków, Szulbor Wielkie, Wyszków, Zabrodzie

“Mission: programming – Płock subregion”

  • Budget: PLN 1,075,923.00, including the contribution of the European Regional Development Fund PLN 1,022,126.65.
  • Duration: 01/09/2019 – 30/06/2021
  • Coverage: Communes of Bulkowo, Gąbin, Gostynin, Gozdowo, Radzanowo, Sanniki, Słubice, Szczutowo, Zawidz


  • We will train nearly 260 teachers of early childhood education in programming skills. During the training, teachers learn about games introducing children to the world of coding, and also how to prepare children for creative use of games and applications available on the Internet, how to program in Scratch and how to control educational robots.
  • We help the teachers to prepare and implement coding classes by providing them support of a trainer, offering a manual on how to teach programming in grades I-III and ready-to-use scenarios. We will run an online platform with a forum for the exchange of good practices and educational resources elaborated within the project. We conduct webinars that allow project participants to develop their knowledge and skills on programming.
  • We will provide the schools participating in the project with books, tablets, robots and educational games that support learning how to code.
  • We cooperate with approx. 50 employees of public libraries, community centers and teacher training centers, so that they can offer programming classes in their institution as part of non-formal education.


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Elżbieta Jankowska – Coordinator