Science 3 Lesson

The final science lesson from the Italian school. It helps students to Understand and quantify the scale of astronomic units, the respective distances from the sun of the planets in the solar system.

Happy New Year 2020

Merry Christmas

Best wishes for a Happy Merry Christmas  

Article in a local magazine

Here is a article publication of the project in a local magazine in Banov, Czech Republic.

Romeo and Juliet Lesson

The lesson of the Greek school focused on the preparation of a mini play of Romeo and Juliet in english aiming to use English language outside the classroom for a specific purpose combining artistic and language skills.

Invitation to 2nd project meeting

Following the project working plan the second project meeting will be held in Liceo Artistico “Manfredini” in Varese, Italy and all partner schools are invited to attend with 6 students. The project meeting will start on March 30th, 2020 and finish five days later on 3th of April. Travel days are excluded.

pH game Lesson

The first lesson by the Czech school was the pH game during science class. The aim of the lesson was to make pupils understand what pH is and means. At the end of the lesson students should be able to learn how to measure pH with the use of a pH paper and a pH …

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Science Lesson on Density

The third lesson created by the Turkish school was on science and focused on the Density and its attributes. The lesson objectives were: ● Matter (or substance) is made up of atoms. ● Density is a characteristic property of a matter. ● The mass of atoms, their size, and how they are arranged determine the …

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Science 2 Lesson

The second science lesson from the Italian school. It focuses on the following learning objectives: • Observe the surrounding by asking questions about it which can lead to appropriate research of information. • Recognize known and studied elements in the environment. • Inquire about the characteristic elements of the environment.

Erasmus+ wall label

We designed and placed an Erasmus+ wall label with project name and partners involved. It is visible to all students and people visiting our school.