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HAJDINA PRIMARY SCHOOL Financing for public preschool and primary school infrastructure is shared between local communities (municipalities) and the Ministry of Education and Sport, with government funding ranging from 10 to 70%. Local communities own both the buildings and equipment. THE LEARNING PROCESS The most important aim of Hajdina Primary School's educational process is to teach pupils how to learn, thus providing them with skills for lifelong learning. Moreover, the school raises pupils' awareness of individuals' integrity, their national identity, and general cultural and civic values. Pupils are educated in the spirit of equality, tolerance and respect of personal differences and human rights. The school emphasizes environmental protection and personal health.  Learners: Hajdina Primary School has 238 pupils from age 6 to 15.  Staff: The staff includes kindergarten and primary teachers, a librarian and 2 school counsellors. Parents and local community representatives participate in different school bodies and educational activities.  Content: The school follows the compulsory curriculum and proposes various additional projects, workshops and other extracurricular activities. The neighbourhood, the larger community and the school's physical environment are integrated into the learning process. ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS

The school has been involved in a range of activities to their local as well as global environment.  Energy savings This project, whose slogan is »Think globally, act locally«, helps pupils understand the importance of energy and teaches them how to save it.  Eco package projects This project focuses on building awarness of how different types of packaging and other waste pollute the earth. Pupils learn to use less


packaging, to sort waste, etc. They also make products from the packaging.  Biodiversity project This project helps pupils understand biodiversity. It focuses on raising awarness of its social and cultural aspects. The main aim is to promote the importance of our role in the protection of our local biodevirsity.  Global poverty project This project focuses on the issues of poverty and hunger as it affects individuals and nations.  Water education Water is the source of life – vital for health, food and economic development. Without sufficient and affordable clean water, people suffer a range of illnesses. As a result, they may be unable to work or attend school, and are trapped in a brutal cycle of illness and poverty. Poorly managed water resources result in environmental degradation and an insufficient water supply. Exclusion from water and sanitation services on the basis of poverty, ability to pay, group membership or place of habitation is a violation of the human right to water.  Healthy school The National Healthy Schools Programme is a scheme based on health and education partnerships across the country. The purpose of the programme is to ensure that health education becomes an integrated part of the school curriculum.

INNOVATORY PROJECTS  »You have to plant flowers of happiness by yourself« This project focuses on promoting the positive classroom climate. The main aims are building a better classroom climate and developing positive human values, such as integrity, tolerance, friendship, solidarity, responsibility …  Mediation in school Mediation is a positive problem – solving process that can prevent conflicts and misunderstandings from becoming destructive disputes. While other methods of conflict resolution in schools may involve a solution or decision being imposed upon the parties by someone in


authority, mediation invites parties to formulate their own solutions, and to take responsibility for their actions. Mediation is a conflict resolution process that can be applied across the school community. As such, it is an ideal process to integrate into whole school community policies and procedures.  »We are in, the violence is out« For two years the school has been involved in a range of activities workshops, lectures, social games, yoga, therapy with horses for pupils who have mental or emotional disorders – to reduce the violence.

SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE The school has quality infrastructure which includes a gym, an outdoors sports field, a car park and a green area in the atrium. ANNUAL WORK PLAN WITH EXTRA – CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES  Teachers annually adopt a plan on which they base their work. The annual plan specifies the content and schedule of extra-curricular activities, including those necessary for the healthy development of pupils. Parents and the local community participate in the extended curriculum and help contribute to a high standard of education. The school's facilities are used before and after school hours, when teachers offer activities such as additional lessons, study and homework time, and cultural, artistic and sports events. The school places special emphasis on both art and sports. There are some choirs, a drama club, a chess club, and a journalist club etc. Pupils take part in many sports, art, literature and foreign language competitions. Every Tuesday pupils can listen to a ten – minute – programme on the school radio. The school literary paper is published once a year. Through the school's sports activities, teachers and pupils support the motto »It is important to participate and play fair«.


SCHOOL CALENDAR 1st September 2010 21st September 25th – 29th October 31st October 1st November 13th November 25th December

Wednesday Thursday Monday - Friday Sunday Monday Saturday Saturday

26th December

Sunday

27th – 31st December 1st and 2nd January 31st January 2011 7th February

Monday - Friday Saturday and Sunday Monday Monday

8th February

Tuesday

11th February

Friday

12th February

Saturday

21st – 25th February 25th April 26th April

Monday - Friday Monday Tuesday

27th April

Wednesday

28th – 29th April 1st and 2nd May 7th May

Thursday - Friday Sunday and Monday Saturday

15th June

Wednesday

24th June

Friday

The first school day The School Day Autumn holiday The Reformation Day All Saints'Day Working day Christmas The Independence Day New Year's holiday New Year The end of term A free day The Day of France Prešeren The information day on Secondary schools The information day on Secondary schools Winter holiday Easter Monday A free day The Day against Ocupators May holiday The Labour Day Working Saturday The end of school for 9th grades‘ pupils The end of school for other pupils


SUBJECTS

A. COMPULSORY SUBJECTS SUBJECTS Slovene Mathematics English Art Music Social studies Geography

1st grade 6 4 2 2

2nd grade 7 4 2 2

3rd grade 5 5

2 1.5

4th grade 5 5 2 2 1.5

5th grade 5 4 3 2 1.5

2

3

History Citizenship Science and social studies Physics

3

3

6th grade 5 4 4 1 1

7th grade 4 4 4 1 1

8th grade 3.5 4 1 1

9th grade 3.5 4 3 1 1

1

2

1.5

2

1

2

2

2

1

1

3

3 2

2

Chemistry

2

2

Biology

1.5

2

Science Science and Craft Craft and Technology Cookery Physical Education

3

3

3

3

3

2

3

2

1

1

2

2

3

1

1.5

3

3

B. EXTENDED PROGRAMME - Additional tuition of pupils with special needs - Extra curriculum lessons - Extra classes and clubs - Camps - Foreign languages classes - Morning and afternoon classes

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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION School Address:

OŠ Hajdina Sp. Hajdina 24 2251 Ptuj Slovenia

Telephone:

+3862027881260

Fax:

+3862027881261

Email

vesna.mesaric@guest.arnes.si

Website

http://www.os-hajdina.si

Head teacher:

Mrs Vesna Lorber Mesarič

The school is managed by the governors and is the responsibility of The Ministry of Education and Sport. The governors are Chairwoman Teacher Representatives

Mrs Nataša Štumberger Mrs Branka Gaiser Mrs Dragica Rozman

Non-Teaching Representative

Mr Franc Murko

Foundation Governors

Mrs Jožica Lešnik Mr Karl Svenšek Mr Viktor Markovič

Parent Representatives

Mr Srečko Glodež Mrs Cvetka Javoršek Mr Gordan Škraba

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