Erasmus+ is the EU’s program to support and provide opportunities for schools to collaborate with other institutions in EU. The program is co-financed by European Union.
In cooperation with schools from Greece, Hungary and Romania we prepared a project called Cultural festivals. In the project we focus on cultures of different countries. The aim is to compare and to get acquainted with various nations, religions, local music, legends, cultural and natural sights, customs, traditions etc. This will help us to develope communication and social skills and also critical thinking. In addition, we are going to compare different school systems and the differences in teaching and learning methods.
Project title: CULTURAL FESTIVALS
Duration: It is a two-year-project that will start on 1st September 2019 and will be finnished on 31st August 2021.
Project coordinator: Slovenia
Partner countries: Greece, Hungary, Romania.
- Osnovna šola Staneta Žagarja Kranj, Kranj, Slovenia,
- Primary School of Skouroxwri, Pyros Ilias, Greece,
- Tapolacai Bárdos Lajos Általános Iskola Batsányi János Magyar-Angol Két Tanítási Nylevü Tagintézménye, Tapolca, Hungary,
- SCHOALA GIMNAZIALA “NIKOS KAZANTAKIS” BRAILA, Braila, Romania
During the project we will arrange meetings for students and teachers from all participating schools.
26th – 31st January 2020 we will organize a meeting for coordinators and teachers from all participating schools.
In the present school year (2019/20) we will organize an exchange to Romania:
– SCHOALA GIMNAZIALA “NIKOS KAZANTAKIS” BRAILA, Braila, Romania (1st – 5th June 2020).
In the following school year (2020/21) we will organize exchanges to Greece, Hungary and Slovenia:
– Primary School of Skouroxwri, Pyros Ilias, Greece (October 2020),
– Tapolacai Bárdos Lajos Általános Iskola Batsányi János Magyar-Angol Két Tanítási Nylevü Tagintézménye, Tapolca, Hungary (March 2021),
– Osnovna šola Staneta Žagarja Kranj, Kranj, Slovenia (May 2021).
In the project we will include students aged 10 to 12, who are especially interested in these kind of contents. At least six students and two or more teachers will take part in each mobility.
With this project we not only wish to provide an opportunity for students to travel, but also to enable them to better understand and accept other cultures and gain new knowledge and improve speaking skills in foreign languages.
- Slovenia: Lidija Švigelj
- Greece: Athanasios Katsimpelis
- Romania: David Andrei
- Hungary: Nóra Auerbach
TEACHERS AND COORDINATORS MEETING
Braila, 27. – 31. januar 2020