Zakladna skola Slobodneho slovenskeho vysielaca, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
Our Primary School is named after the Slovak free radio broadcasting organisation which operated
during the Slovak National Uprising. This brave rebellion against the Nazis during World War II helped make Banská Bystrica well known.
Our school has a long tradition in teaching foreign languages. As well as taking English, pupils choose either German, French or Russian. Otherwise our curriculum is like at other primary schools. The pupils attending our school are from different parts of our town and of different social, economic and language backgrounds. They are encouraged to be honest, tolerant and helpful to less fortunate people. As well as learning how to face life's difficulties, they are encouraged to work as a team through correspondence, meetings, discussion groups and IT activities with pupils in the partner countries.
We want to exchange teaching materials, methods and experiences, and study teaching in the
Our school involvement in this project will help pupils become familiar with the language of other
The institute hosts:
A lower-secondary school and a primary school in Trestina
A kindergarten and primary school in Badia Petroia
A kindergarten and primary school in San Leo Bastia
A primary school in Morra
Students´population is of about 500 pupils. They enter the institute at the age of 3 and leave at the age of 13. The lower-secondary school has courses A, B, C and D, for a total of 10 classes and 216 students. Each course has a timetable of 30 hours per week, from 8.10 am to 1.10 pm, from Monday to Saturday. Each lesson hour is of 60 minutes. There is only one break, from 10.05 to 10.15.
Our school is a co-educational school for children aged 5 to 15
years old. It provides quality teaching to students at primary level.
The school is situated in a picturesque rural area of east-central Poland, in Masovian Voivodeship, about 100 km from Warsaw, the capital of Poland. The school premises consist of a two-floor building and sports facilities including: a school sports stadium, a gym, tennis and basketball courts and a synthetic athletic track. There are about 500 students in the school. The students take part in various sports competitions. Together with their coaches they achieve great results especially in handball, football and wrestling. The students have the opportunity to attend classes with a sports profile, specializing in football and handball.
We organise meetings with nutrition experts who teach students how to compose well-balanced meals; events aiming at discouraging them from the most common addictions; and lectures on subjects such as safety on the road, preventing addictions and cyber violence. The school aims to develop among its students values such as cultural awareness, curiosity of the world, respect for cultural diversity, tolerance, openess to new cultures and traditions.
Alytaus Panemunes pagrindine mokykla, Lithuania
Waverley School incorporates a primary, secondary and sixth form
Ages of students range from 4-19
There total number of students is 15,089
The Head Teacher, Mr Hanif holds an OBE for his services to education
In it's most recent Ofsted inspections it was officially labelled as an Outstanding school
The school is located in Birmingham, Central England