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A common album to show the partners’ schools (history, the teachers, the students, the building and surroundings of the school)

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Poland

Jasło

Publiczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 2 im. Marii Konopnickiej w Jaśle

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The building of our school is one of the oldest school buildings in JasĹ‚o county; it was built in 1904. At first it was a school for girls. During the First and the Second World War the building was occupied by hostile armies which badly damaged the school. In 1944 German army burnt down the building. Luckily the ceilings and the floors werenâ€&#x;t totally damaged and in March 1945 primary students could learn in four renovated classrooms. Lessons were starting quite early (at 7.30) because other schools were using the classrooms as well.

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In school year 1962/1963 boys were admitted to our school. It became a coeducational school, just like other schools in Jasło.

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In September 1972 new buildings were ready to serve our students. It was gym and library.

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In 1976 a new wing of the school was built. Our school has gained four new classrooms, kitchen and common room.

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Nowadays there are nineteen classrooms in our school. Beside ordinary classrooms we have got a language classroom, science classroom and two computer classrooms.

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Today, there are around six hundred students and sixty teachers in our school.

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Bulgaria

Stara Zagora

SOU ‘Zheleznik’

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History Our school was founded on 23.11.1987 as a primary school in the new district of Stara Zagora named Zheleznik as a subsidiary of the 5th school. There were four teachers and 37 students in two classes at that time. They were placed in a former building of the agro-industrial complex near the road to Starozagorski bani resort.

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only in death.� Albert Einstein

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Today our school is one of the newest and most modern schools in Stara Zagora. The number of the students and the teachers has increased during the time and the school became a secondary one.

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During the time the students and their teachers have been awarded with a lot of prizes. They have come to recognize our hard work and achievements.

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Romania

Petresti

Scoala cu clasele I-VIII Petresti

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The first school of the village of PetreĹ&#x;ti was founded in 1922 and was carrying out its activity in a building with only one classroom, in which were simultaneously studying the classes from 1st grade to 4th. Later, in 1955, another building was built with three more classrooms, and the unit was transformed from a primary school to a lower secondary school/ gymnasium school. Between 1958 and 1960 gymnasium learning moved at the Greci School for a two year period, time during which at PetreĹ&#x;ti a modern building with five classrooms was being built. In 1986 the actual building was built, and from the old building only two classrooms remained, independent from the new building.

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Starting with 1989 at our unit was established a vocational school with two profiles: “Light Industry (textiles)” and “Precision Mechanics”, thus becoming a school with classes from 1st grade to 10th. After 1992, the vocational school was turned into a complementary school for two years, with a mechanical profile. Since 2002, the complementary school was turned into S.A.M.. At present our unit functions only with the classes from 1st grade to 8th.

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Geographic Location:

The Petreşti School is situated in the village Petreşti, which is the center of a bigger region, commune, with the same name. The village is situated in the southern part of Dâmboviţa county, at a distance of 12 km from the city Gǎeşti, situated on the national road between the city Gǎeşti and the city Alexandria from Teleorman county.

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During the school year 2009 – 2010 our unit was functioning with nine classes (four classes from the primary school and five classes from the lower secondary school) where there are registered 157 students: 54 at the primary This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This material reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


school and 103 at the lower secondary school, from which 83 are girls and 74 are boys, the class average being 17.5 students. The panel of teachers consists of 17 teachers from which: - 13 are holders (titulari) - 4 are qualified substitute teachers (suplinitori) From the total number of teachers eight have the first teaching degree, one has the second degree, seven have the definitive degree and one is a debutant.

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The instructive-educational activity is coordinated by the Administrative Board of the school, which is made up of representatives of all educational levels, of parents and of the local board. Our unit has four methodology committees: -

the methodology committee of the teachers from the primary school the scientific methodology committee the humanistic methodology committee the methodology committee of the class masters

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The activities of these committees unfolds according to the activity programmes established at the beginning of the school year and follows the efficiency of the educational process and the application of some modern methods of teaching and learning which are meant to develop the studentsâ€&#x; skills. Our unit functions in a new building, refurbished in 2006, which contains seven classrooms and three laboratories (IT, biology and physics-chemistry). Our schoolâ€&#x;s facilities are good, all classrooms have new furniture, obtained through a programme with B.M., the IT laboratory is equipped with 10 computers, internet connection, scanner, and printer; in the secretarial office of the school we have two Pentium IV computers, connected to the internet, two printers, two projectors and an advanced photocopier.

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Greece

Platykampos

1st primary school of Platykampos

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The 1st primary school, our school, founded on 1885, after the liberation of the Ottomans. At first the building was made by wood. On 1919, the new building was made by stones in front of the village square. On 1934, people of the village decided to build a larger school in a new position, more suitable for the students. So, they made a modern building that exists till today.

In 1934,when the new building was ready, the parents of the students planted 150 pine-trees, one for each student. In nowadays, a lot of those pine- trees have been destroyed. In spite of the damage, in the school yard, there is a small grove of pine-trees in which many kinds of birds live. For example there are storks, herons, etc.

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There are 103 pupils who are study in our school. They are separated, in accordance with their age, into six classes. There are 11 teachers who are teach in our school, including those two who teach at the afternoon school.

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In our schoolâ€&#x;s curriculum there are some extra activities, like projects about environment, culture, European dimension, etc.

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Our football team playing‌.football!!

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Sports in The National Stadium

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Comenius Games in the Schoolyard‌

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Students travel around Greece‌

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Presentation of Comenius project in our school, June 2010

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Turkey

Arpaseki

Arpaseki İlköğretim Okulu

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Our school is located in Arpaseki Village in Kınık, İzmir. The population of the village is 950. It is 17 km far from the centre of Kınık and 120 km from the centre of İzmir. The school buildings were built in 1962 and the education started the same year. In 1992 our current building was built. Also a mass housing including six flats was built in 1993 for the accomodation of teachers. There are 8 classrooms, 1 teacher's room, 1 pre-school class and 1 director's room in our school. The school garden includes a football, a basketball and a volleyball ground. There are 214 students and 14 teachers in our school. All our teachers live in the centre of Kınık.

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These are pictures from our village –Arpaseki.

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Class photos

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This material reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This material reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This material reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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Portugal

Martinlongo

Escola Bรกsica Integrada de Martinlongo

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In the school year 2010/2011 our school became part of the schoolsâ€&#x; assembly of Alcoutimâ€&#x;s Municipality. This assembly integrates two schools, one located in Martim Longo and the other in Alcoutim. Our class belongs to the school of Martim Longo.

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Martinlongo’s school Martinlongo‟s school is located in a very small town called Martim Longo. It has about 800 inhabitants and belongs to the municipality of Alcoutim, characterized by its weak economical development, since it has no industry and most of its population either works in public services or in agriculture. In Martim Longo one can‟t purchase newspapers or magazines, because there isn‟t a newsagent's. The only shops you can find here are small traditional groceries. Martim Longo has neither a theatre nor a cinema. Most kids live with their families in small villages, most of them with no more than 10 inhabitants, almost isolated from the rest of the „world‟. Some of these children live only with adults or older people, without having kids to talk to and play with. The only contact they have with youngsters and with people of different ages and lifestyles is when they come to school. Our school has 160 pupils aged between 6 and 16 years old. We also have foreign students, from African countries and from recent European countries like Moldova. Four children with special needs attend our school, too. It has always been the purpose of Martinlongo‟s School to stand as a meaningful resource centre. A place that promotes not only sociability, as well as the well-being of the entire school community, trying to serve above all students‟ interests and needs, regarding their different cultural, economic and social backgrounds. Our aim and purpose is also to give students the opportunity to learn and develop themselves integrally, through a quality teaching process guided by criteria likely to succeed. Description of the school No. of Students:  Alcoutim – 79  Martinlongo -160

 Martinlongo -18 No. of Teachers:  Alcoutim -20

No. of Staff Members: Martim Longo -21  Alcoutim -13

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A teachers‟ room; A meetings‟ room; A students‟ room; A multipurpose room; A gymnasium; A soccer field; A handball field; A playground; A class directors‟ room; A headmaster‟s room; A first aid room; A staff‟s room A student and family support office; Twelve classrooms; A library; A stationer‟s; A canteen; A bar; Photocopy room; A secretariat; Four toilets for the students; Two toilets for the teachers and staff members.

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