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In June 2021 a series of events took place in our partner schools. Children from Ireland, the Netherlands, Greece, Turkey and Poland prepared and recorded national and regional dances and songs for their foreign peers to watch and enjoy.
Have a look at how we dance and sing in our partner group!
Check the Erasmus Days section on this website!
On 4 May 2021 all coordinating teachers met online to evaluate the project work conducted so far in 2020/2021. New adjustments were made according to the prolonged pandemic situation in all partner countries. It has been agreed that the teachers of all partner schools will meet in the Netherlands in October 2021 and then the plans for student training weeks will be made. Right now some more work on stages one and two needs to be done.
On 11 November, 2020 and online project meeting took place. Coordinators of all partner schools discussed the adjustments to the project work caused by the pandemic. It was also decided that spring 2021 will be the time of online Skype meetings for groups of our students. The next online conference is going to be held in February 2021.
To All Who Celebrate Christmas - a musical Christmas card from Poland.
On Tuesday 26 November an international webconference, called "LogoVision" took place. During the online meeting students - representatives of all partner schools - presented the results of their schools' voting and thus chose the project's official logo, designed by a student from the Netherlands.
In October and November 2019 students in all partner school designed and then voted for the project logo. First, three best logos per school were chosen and then these were voted for in the partner schools.
On 21-24 October 2019 a large group of teachers from the Netherlands, Ireland, Greece, Turkey and Poland took part in a teachers' training week in Katowice. The participants had a chance to get to know the Polish teachers and students and meet them during classroom visits dedicated to sharing cultural heritage of their countries. They also took part in cultural heritage training sessions organized by the experienced trainers of the Museum of Silesia and visited some places from the UNESCO Cultural Heritage list, such as the Millennium Hall in Wrocław, the Auschwitz extermination camp in Oświęcim and the Old Town Main Square in Kraków. Also, conference was organized and details of this year's activities were discussed in detail.
Our project is approved! Schools from the Netherlands, Ireland, Greece, Turkey and Poland are now beginning their fantastic two-year-long adventure in the world of cultural diversity and heritage.