12 October 2008

The third meeting in Greece

From the 6th of October till the 8th October we had our third project meeting in Greece.
We were hosted by the 1° Gymnasium of Trikala.
We shared ideas and completed the list of tasks for the future.

We are thankful for the warm welcome, weather and lovely moments provided by the Greece team.








19 May 2008

Estonian Broadcasting......

A message by Estonia broadcasting Radio

09 May 2008

The second meeting in Estonia

From the 11th of May till the 15th May we had our Second project meeting in Estonia.


Sunday 11th of May
Arrival at Türi-Alliku Hotel (http://www.veskisilla.ee/info/index-e.html )

Monday 12th of May
9.30-10-30 Visiting the parish of Türi (http://www.tyri.ee/index.php?page=3& )
A brief overview of the educational system in Türi parish presented by Triin Pärna the manager of Education and Culture department in Türi parish.
11.00-11.30 Visiting the elementary builing of Türi Gymnasium
11.30-12.30 Visiting the secondary school building of Türi Gymnasium
The introduction of Türi Gymnasium
13.00 Lunch
14.30-16.30 The roundup of the second stage of the project presented by each participating school



Tuesday 13th of May
9.30-10.30 Visiting another gymnasium in Türi, Türi Gymnasium of Economy
The introduction of the school and projects presented by Aivar Paas


11.00-12.15 Visiting the Museum of Türi and the Estonian Broadcasting Museum (http://www.rhmuuseum.ee/?page=39 )
12.30 Lunch
14.30-16.30 Planning of the next stage of the project

Wednesday 14th of May
9.30 Leaving for a trip to Tartu (http://www.visittartu.com/?set_lang_id=2 )
Pick up at the hotel
11.30-12.30 Visiting the Foundation Science Centre AHHAA (http://www.ahhaa.ee/?keel=eng )
13.00 Lunch
14.30 A walk in the Old Town of Tartu (the University of Tarty, Toomemägi etc.)
15.00 Visiting the Beer Museum in Tartu (http://www.alecoq.ee/meietegemised/ollemuuseum)
17.00 Leaving for Türi
19.00 – 21.00 Barbeque

Thursday 15th of May
Departure

Student inTüri Gymnasium

Student

29 February 2008

The first meeting in Italy

From the 25th of February till the 27th February we had our first project meeting in Italy. We were hosted by the Colleti and Stefanini schools. We shared ideas and completed the list of tasks for the future.


We are thankful for the lovely moments provided by the Italian team.

15 February 2008


Greetings to the Polish pupils, from Treviso!!

Witamy w Treviso!

Treviso jest małym miastem oddalonym o około 20km od Wenecji. Jest czyste i posiada dużo zieleni i parków w odrόżnieniu od wielu innich miast włoskich, co pozwala młodzieży w wolnym czasie chodzić na spacery lub spotykać się na placach w centrum miasta. Jest ono otoczone starymi murami obronnymi ktόre posiadaja bramy, z ktόrych najsłwynniejsza jest “porta san Tommaso”.

Nasz szkoła nosi imię “Arturo Martini”, znany rzezbiaż włoski. Uczymy się językόw obcych jak angieslki i do wyboru francuski, hiszpanski lub niemiecki. Są organizowane wycieczki do teatrόw, do kin lub do innych włoskich miast, ktόre mogą trwać nawet całymi dniami. Oprόcz tego oglądamy dużo filmόw edukacyjnych albo w klasie albo w aula magna. Po południu sa zajęcia takie jak koszykόwka, siatkόwka i nauka jazdy na motorowerze.

Na swięta Bożego Narodzenia i pod koniec roku szkolnego są organizowane wieczorki poetyckie.

Pozdrawiamy.

Monika (Stefanini school)

09 January 2008

A short introduction to Szkola Podstawowa Nr 1 (Poland)



"Szkola Podstawowa nr 1 im. Kornela Makuszynskiego w Walczu" is an elementary school. It is attended by students between the ages of 7 and 13. There are 660 students and over 60 teachers, who all form a highly educated team.Our main goal is to make our students feeling successful. We try to create conditions of security and friendly atmosphere. Our another significant goal is to expand boundaries and reduce the barriers that have segregated children classified as exceptional and/or mantally retarded from the mainstream of society. That is why the children with special needs attend our school and we do our best to make their schooling experience equal to that of mainstream children.

Children in our school can make use of:
  • canteen
  • day-room
  • optional activities such as theatre, sport, chess, additional English and German classes, art, European club
  • extra classes if they are weak in some subjects
The subjects taught in our school are: Polish, History, English, German, Mathematics, Nature Studies(Biology, Ecology, Physics, Geography...), Technology, Music, Art, PE(Physical Education), Computer Science, Catholoc Religion.