sábado, 14 de enero de 2017

An Update of Our Club Activities

Since the beginning of the school year, the Erasmus+ Project ‘Stand Up For Your Rights!” has entered it’s second phase.
So far this year, students have continued with the theme of human rights, this time with a concrete focus on gender discrimination. Their includes developing and rehearsing a theater production about the topic. To help members of the Erasmus+ club, the Prahy občanské sdružení Divadelta (Prague Civic Theater Association) visited in November and relayed information about this effective drama method via their own production and workshop. At the conclusion of the school year not only partner schools visiting the Czech Republic, but also parents and the fellow students, will enjoy our original production. A mobility to our partner school in Finland is planned for February 2017. The Czech Republic will be the final destination visited.

This year we will also be decorating the school walls with a timeline of human rights in the Czech Republic, as a culmination of the work started last year by the entire secondary school (2.stupeň). We also look forward to more posters about the in-depth topics concerning human rights included in the curriculum of the entire student body.

This year we will also be decorating the school walls with a timeline of human rights in the Czech Republic, as a culmination of the work started last year by the entire secondary school (2.stupeň). We also look forward to more posters about the in-depth topics concerning human rights included in the curriculum of the entire student body.  We would also like to continue our cooperation with Amnesty International and the ‘Write for Rights’ project (maraton psaní dopisů).
We believe that the activities and mini-projects in the coming school year will be of great benefit to both club participants and the school at large.


martes, 22 de noviembre de 2016

Independence Day in Poland

On the 11th of November we celebrate an Independence Day in Poland. The date is very important for all the Polish people - on 11th November 1918 Poland regained its independence at the end of World War I. After more than a century of foreign rule and the struggle for the right to freedom Poland appeared on the map of Europe again.  


This year in our school we organized a patriotic game for all the students. Each class had to prepare to different competitions, eg. to sing patriotic song, to present a tableau, to pass the history test. We all had a great time but also a chance to find out more about the history of our country.




viernes, 23 de septiembre de 2016

Kohta kotona

Terveiset Madridista, jonne Cartagenan ja Murcian kautta tänään matkasimme. Aikamoinen viikko takana: draamaa & ihmisoikeuksia Espanjan tiimin näkökulmasta, kulttuuria, ystäviä, itkua ja hillitöntä naurua. Tästä on hyvä jatkaa. Huomenna kohti Helsinkiä. Kiitos! 💜

lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2016

Here we are!

Heipä hei!
Terveiset kaikki seuraajat kotipuolessa! Matka Kokkolasta Cartagenaan taittui kuin taittuikin päämääräänsä. Jää on rikottu ja tutusteltu, sekä päästy jo itse asiaan: ihmisoikeuksien pohtimiseen. Espanjan e-kirja löytyy piakkoin täältä blogista. Huomenna jatketaan!


lunes, 20 de junio de 2016

We ALL have equal rights!

Each year in our region there is sport competition organized for disabled children and those without any disabilities. Representatives of different schools compete with each other. It's a great chance for all the children to learn that we all have right to develop our interests regardless to different obstacles. This year our school also took part in the competition and all the pupils were very satisfied.