Beata Wróbel

I have been working as a teacher for over 10 years. It is my passion. I am a preschool and English teacher. In teaching I work to combine my practice with the knowledge, I have gained during many studies, courses, workshops and conferences. I am a big fan of positive discipline approach.
Working with children is an amazing adventure as well as a great challenge. Human development since the earliest age greatly fascinates me, and the chance to watch the changes in children when they grow encourages me even more to be around them.
Children teach me being spontaneous, open, careful. They never fail to see the beauty of the world. I highly recommend for everyone to see the world through the eyes of a child, even for a moment. Trust me, it’s more beautiful that you could ever imagine.

Konrad Syga

I am the co-founder and creator of Sunny Buddies. The sea microclimate idea came when my son was born and we found out that he has skin allergies. Visits to the sea or in the health resorts were very helpful to him. I realized that the best idea when living in a big, polluted city is to create a preschool which combines the highest quality teaching ideas with the Adriatic microclimate. This is how the first such place in the world (Sunny Buddies) was created. A preschool which is unique and one of a kind.

Gabriela Stachoń

A graduate of Preschool and Early School Education at the Pedagogical University of Krakow, and a Parent Educator trained in Positive Discipline. An enthusiast of this method, she is in the process of acquiring further trainer qualifications. She has completed postgraduate studies in education management and teaching English in preschools and grades 1-3. With over 9 years of experience working with children in both public and private institutions, her additional qualifications include Rhythmic and Melodic Education, Dalton Pedagogy, and a wide range of children’s entertainment activities. She is creative, open to finding solutions, loves being close to nature, traveling, and leading an active lifestyle. In every way possible, she strives to infect children with her passions and create an environment where they can explore and experience the world while naturally acquiring knowledge.


My name is Veronica, and I am a mother of three children. I am a new teacher in the “Happy Butterflies” group. While exploring my calling in childcare, I ventured into various schools and companies, but none of those paths brought me the fulfillment that working in a Nursery did. Consequently, I completed courses allowing me to acquire knowledge about the specifics of working with children under 3 years old. As far back as I can remember, I have loved taking care of children, and my experience extends almost 20 years. I have worked as a private nanny, and the time spent with children has allowed me to discover and develop my approach to them. My goal is to support children in their development so that they can explore the world in a safe and enjoyable way. Considering that each child is different and needs something unique, I adapt to their needs and support them – whether through shared play and silliness or through hugs and moments of quiet.


My name is Natalia, I am a graduate of the Pedagogical University. I obtained a master’s degree in pedagogy with a specialization in resocialization. Working with children is a great pleasure and rich experience for me. I am an open, caring person, always smiling. I devote my free time to strength training, climbing, mountain trekking and traveling.


My name is Victoria, and I am a new teacher in the Buzzy Bees group. I am a certified horse riding instructor and the owner of two mares. Through my love for horses, I strive to inspire all children by conducting horse riding sessions for them outside of nursery hours. Additionally, I am an active member of the Volunteer Fire Department. Being a volunteer comes with significant responsibility, as it is a service to the community. I have participated in numerous rescue operations, including dangerous situations such as accidents and fires, as well as more down-to-earth scenarios like aiding in the rescue of frightened cats from trees, dogs trapped in crevices, and rescuing trapped squirrels.

Just as I love horses, I also enjoy working with children. I am responsible, observant, patient, and incredibly creative because children cannot stand boredom. Working with little ones is not easy, but it is a source of immense satisfaction, especially when we witness the results of our efforts.


Hi, I’m Aina and I’m form Barcelona, Spain. I moved to Poland in search of a new personal experience and to discover how is living out of my “confort zone”.I carried out studies related to the educational field, leading me to achieve the monitor acreditation and, currently studying a law degree. At the same time, I worked in a school in Barcelona as a lunchroom and free time monitor. Working with children is how I discovered my passion for them, what I love of this profession is that they learn from me but also I learn from them, apart from their innocence, spontaneity and creativity among other things.I consider myself to be a caring, responsible and cheerful person but at the same time, creative and motivated in order to do everything as better as I can! In free time I love playing tennis, skiing and travelling.


Hello, I’m Esiayo, and I am passionate and dedicated to children. My experience in teaching in Africa has allowed me to acquire pedagogical skills and a deeper understanding of children’s needs. I value collaboration with others and always strive to expand my knowledge and relationships with children. My passions, such as exploring new places and making a positive impact on children’s lives, keep me motivated every day. I provide joy, support, and inspiring learning for your little ones.


My name is Erizza, a Professional English teacher from the Philippines, a nation often referred to as the “Pearl of the Orient Seas.” I hold two college degrees, namely a Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting and a Professional Teaching Certificate. I’m also certified to teach English as a foreign language. With almost five years of teaching experience across various age groups, I have developed a strong foundation in my field. My professional interests encompass several areas. Firstly, I am particularly drawn to play-based learning methods that foster the development of social and language skills. Secondly, I believe in the effectiveness of experiential learning, which allows individuals to explore their abilities, discover new skills, and engage in higher-order thinking. Lastly, I am an advocate of employing positive guidance and discipline techniques to encourage appropriate behavior among students. When working with children, I place significant emphasis on establishing trust and earning their respect. I firmly believe that building a robust relationship with my students is indispensable to the teaching and learning process. Outside of my professional endeavors, I take pleasure in engaging in personal hobbies such as reading history, watching documentaries, and playing badminton.