The project is for children - pupils at age of 6-14. The main aim of the project is to know about cultural diversity –to communicate and share events, to tell about school traditions, how to celebrate special occasions-example- School Day,Spring Day,Easter etc. We wanted them to be tolerant and be more skillfull in using IT.
HOW DO YOU SAY "EUROPEAN SCHOOL " IN YOUR LANGUAGE?
Posted by: Gabriela Bratu
HOW DO YOU SAY "EUROPEAN SCHOOL " IN YOUR LANGUAGE ?
We say "EUROPEAN SCHOOL" in Romanian "ŞCOALA EUROPEANĂ".
We started to sell " mayflowers" the 21 st of April. We sell them for other children, the money is keept in a fund for children in need.For example if you dont have money for new glasses you can ask this fund for help. 30 of April we are going to celebrate the spring. We are going to light a big fire and sing songs for tje spring. Is there anyone else out there who have the samething The first of May is a red day = we have a holiday for a day. People are suppose to demonstrate for the union...
The 23th of April we celebrate the book day so we do some activitiesaround the book: This is our plan for this week: The interest point is"Clasical Tales: Andersen" and "Terror stories: Allan Poe", we havedone a competition about write a tale and next Thrusday we´ll give abook to one children in each class. We organize a dance: each childrenis a person of a tale and has a thing of this person and dance afterread the book. On Friday a book sheller will come to school andchildren can buy some books cheaper. A story-teller will come to schoolto...
Hello everyone. We are a class of 17 year-old-students from Poland. Our class is very big but only 16 of us take part in this project. We like it very much and it is interesting. We can see how student in different countries learn.
We are in a first class of secondary school called 1LE. apart from typical subjects like languages, maths, chemistry, biology we study economics subjects. This is our specialisation.
We attend to a big school called Zespół Szkół Technicznych in Mikołów, Silesia. There are about 1000 studnets in our school. We have technical college, vocational school and...
We are very multi-cultural diverse school located in East-London. Our school, Essex Primary is a very large 4 form entry school with children from Sri Lanka, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Carribean, Poland, and the list goes on and on.
We love working together but most especially learning from each other.
The children at Essex Primary are very enthusiastic about making links with other schools and look forward to communicating with you.
We recently celebrated an International Saints Week, where the Year 2 and year 4 children learnt about various Saints and even worked with musicians and sang...
We are a recently (September 2006) amalgamated Primary School building on the rich foundations laid down for us by the previously separate Infant and Junior Schools. We enjoy a favourable position bordering Bootle Golf course which provides us with a sense of calm and...