lunes, 31 de octubre de 2011
sábado, 1 de octubre de 2011
domingo, 11 de septiembre de 2011
jueves, 30 de junio de 2011
martes, 3 de mayo de 2011
The students of BS De Schorre chose to support the WASH program of UNICEF in Malawi. WASH - Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for all!
5000: so many children die every day from unsafe water and poor hygiene. By using soap can this number be halved. Other 'tools' of Unicef: sugar and salt, dehydration from diarrhea. The use of
water purification tablets and the importance of information for local populations is necessary.
Under this action UNICEF visited the school. For students the second and third degree was given a guest lecture followed by a WaSH game.
After watching a film about life in Malawi, all students were convinced: pure water is precious, do not waste it! So do not forget to wash your hands. But excludes tap quickly, because every drop counts!
To WaSH program of UNICEF support, walked students, teachers and supporters on Friday, March 25 6 km. Millions of people need every day average 6 km steps to collect water for their basic services.
The students were sponsored and brought to this meeting € 616.23 in favor of the WaSH program.
jueves, 28 de abril de 2011
YOLANDA EGEA (SPAIN)
jueves, 21 de abril de 2011
miércoles, 20 de abril de 2011
viernes, 8 de abril de 2011
viernes, 25 de marzo de 2011
This is our big poster made on the waterday by pupils from one to six. They worked for the topic on aday and present the results on this poster.We all learnt a lot. Kathrin and Ursula are looking forward to see all the sailors in Italy.
jueves, 24 de marzo de 2011
martes, 22 de marzo de 2011
Links about enjoying water in Italy:sports and spa places in our area and country.
Here is the links about enjoying water in our places.
AMUSEMENT PARKS OF ITALY
viernes, 11 de marzo de 2011
Better later than never. We enjoyed our trip to Slovenia tremendously and so did our pupils. They have written the letters below.
Betty, Kirsten and Tine
Written by Julie Haugstrup
I think that our trip to Slovenia has been exciting. All the things that I have seen and the people that I have met. I think that the Slovene people have been so nice to us and I am thankful for that. I hope that more kids/young people will get the same opportunity as me, because you are getting stronger as a person and you learn to take more care of yourself and of other people. You also learn to communicate with other people in English and explain in an other way if there is someone who do not understand you or you do not understand them.
The girl I stayed with was so nice to me and her family too. And they helped me to get a fantastic stay. If I needed anything, I just ask them and they helped me the best they could, so thanks for that. One of hundred good things they did, was that they learned me some thing about their culture and the city they lived in.
Of course there are some cultural differences but I think that we have a lot in common Slovenia and Denmark. And that is a good example of that we are all people. One of the biggest challenges was the food, because the Slovene traditional food and the Danish traditional food have nothing in common. But I only find it interesting to taste some other things and see how other people are doing traditional things.
Written by Julie Pedersen
I think it was fun, challenging and exiting to be in Slovenia. It was fun to see another culture than ours. I think it was fun to talk English a lot. I have learned a lot of English on this trip. The family I lived in was sweet and nice and I have had a very good time. I was so happy to live with them in the week. I have got some good friends from another country it is really nice. I think it was good there also because we met some students from other countries. It was a very nice experience. We were in a cinema and see Due Date, it was fun to come home and say to my brother when he saw the movie at the premiere that I had seen it. I didn’t understand all they said but I understood most of it. It was an extremely good opening show both in the evening and the morning! It was fun that they had made a dance from the different countries. In Slovenia they like to decorate their trees outside with Christmas candles and it was very beautiful. I am so happy to get this chance to come to another country and learn a lot.
viernes, 4 de marzo de 2011
Grundschule „Geschwister Scholl“ Perleberg
Perleberg, März 2011
During our two years work in the EUROPEAN COMENIUS PROJECT “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink” we have learned a lot about water.
For example: We visited the waterwork which is supplying the drinking water for the town of Perleberg and its villages nearby.
It was very interesting to get to know that only about 1% of the total amount of water on earth is fresh water, also called sweet water!
And in Germany, each person uses at least 100 litres per day!
That is a lot. And we can be sure that we get pure fresh water, because many people in these waterworks care for that.
But millions of people, especially the poor in Africa and Southeast Asia, they don’t have pure and healthy water to drink. They get ill by drinking polluted water.
What can we do?
We don’t waste water, when we do our daily washing and cleaning.
We take care of our clothes. If we want to play outside, we will take older clothes for that reason. So they don’t have to be washed every day.
We don’t pour any things into the toilet or into the wash basin that could pollute our drinking water.
It is good for all of us that people like you are engaged in protecting our environment. Thank you for your work. We wish you a successful work!
The Comenius group
viernes, 18 de febrero de 2011
Enjoy our places of fun and health with water.
domingo, 6 de febrero de 2011
To the Authorities
We are the students of 5° “A” and 5° “B” of IV CIrcolo T.Fiore Primary School and we are kindly asking a little of your time to listen to our request.
Since last year we’re been working on a Comenius European Project about water’s importance called “Water, water everywhere nor any drop to drink” with other European Partners:
A thing now is clear: the water is a too much precious good, and that’s why it must be safeguarded and protected from any form of pollution.
We would like to take the opportunity for inform You that our european partners will be guests in our city from 28th of March to 1st of April 2011, so we ask You to meet the foreign delegation in our town hall, during their stay in Gravina. Thank You for your availability and we wish You a good work.Best Regards
jueves, 27 de enero de 2011
domingo, 23 de enero de 2011
The week from 6th- 10th December was a great and memorable experience. I think my colleagues and our students did their best to show you our school life, our friendliness and our openess.We also tried to show you a small part of our country. I think we will all keep this week in a nice memory.
Keep working on the project but also enjoy life! The days pass by too quickly and so does our project...
Tina Šenica ( Slovene coordinator)
jueves, 13 de enero de 2011
lunes, 27 de diciembre de 2010
I would like to emphasize the hospitality of its people that made us feel like one more in that country.
Thanks to Lili and her family for taking us at home. You are so charming!
Just like I’m very grateful to Tina (Slovenian’s coordinator) for all her dedication and enthusiasm in everything that she organized. From the activities in the school to those we can enjoyed in the beautiful surroundings. She was attentive to every one of us at all times.
Big thank you!
Gloria Araque (Dehesas de Guadix- Spain)
viernes, 17 de diciembre de 2010
Dear friends, thank you for your great caring during our comenius meetings in Denmark and Slovenia. In Denmark we enjoyed very much our staying in the families and the program for our students. In Slovenia we were very impressed about the school building and the very special sights. We felt very welcomed in both of the countries because of your great hospitality. We wish all partners a Merry Christmas time and a happy new year. Ursula, Berit, Yvonne, Peter
domingo, 7 de noviembre de 2010
measures for student well-being and motivation.
As we could see in RAVNSHOLTSKOLEN School, they use a special model
that combines traditional teaching methods with other active projects that create a learning environment. The teacher’s role is very
flexible and this helps provide high
levels of intrinsic motivation. At the school, we could see how the the Green Caravan project worked, in small groups and using constructive methodogy. Children had to research different proposals, such as renewable energy, global warming effects, growing plants and small ecosystem, or the difference between nature and quimical products we can find in the shops for our nutrition. We can not forget the Nature House "Vestre Hus Bornenaturcenter", where we could enjoy discovering how the children got closer to alife animals and insects thanks to the great biologist Bjørli Martha Lehrmann.
So many interesting ideas! Sure we are dedicating one week in Spring time at school, call the "the Green Week" to show our pupils new ways of working, the Danish way in C.P.R. Al-Dehecún- Spain.
Yolanda Egea Bernet (Dehesas de Guadix-Spain)