Teacher’s Mobility 11-15-th December 2017
Erasmus +  Young European
A Conscious and Safe Citizen of the World

From 11th to 15th of December , teachers from partner schools visited Poland. The purpose of the visit was to work on current project tasks,  learn how to use the project's website and to create a communication space on Google's drive for better project management. During the visit, the teachers also took part in open classes planned in the project, met with representatives of the city authorities, were in a special school and in department of hospital school, participated in first aid  workshops, walked around  Słupsk city and  surrounding area.

Erasmus + Working meeting

Erasmus + project  The " Young European – A concious and safe citizen of the world" Working meeting in Poland. Working meeting. Teachers from partner schools worked on the project, set a schedule for the next working meetings, set a work plan for the first edition of the project's newsletter, discussed the current status of tasks and learned how to use project website.

Erasmus +  First aid Training

 Erasmus + project  The "Young European – A concious and safe citizen of the world" Working meeting in Poland. First aid training provided by Ms Brygida Skolarus and children from 3rd and 4th year. Students and teachers practiced arranging the victim in a recovery position and performing cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. This is an important skill that everyone should have!

Erasmus + A visit in the Słupsk Town Hall

Erasmus + project  The " Young European – A concious and safe citizen of the world" Working meeting in Poland. Meeting with Beata Chrzanowska - chairwoman of the Town Council of Słupsk and visiting the Town Hall. Teachers from partner countries talked to the chairwoman about education in Slupsk, project and problems related to education in countries participating in the project. Then with the guide from the Tourist Education Center they visited the Town Hall.

Erasmus + Little Red Riding Hood

During the visit of teachers from partner schools, as part of the Erasmus + project, students from the school theater group presented guests and students from 3a and 3b classes, a fairy tale entitled " Little Red Riding Hood". The presented version of the story was quite different from the original. The title Red Riding Hood, wore a baseball cap, used a mobile phone and gossiped with  friends about fashion. Grandma, however was a fan of Leo and Charlie and she hated The Bold and Beautiful. Of course, traditionally, the wolf wanted to eat the grandma and the title character, but a brave hunter who knew the karate very well save them from the wolf. At the end, with great applause of guests and invited students, all the actors  danced together to the choreography prepared by Ms. Marzena Kujawsko-Kożuchowska.

The whole performance, apart from the narration, was in English, and between the acts, the third year students had the opportunity to test their knowledge of the vocabulary. The set design was prepared by Ms. Brygida Skolarus, for which we  thank her very much.

Erasmus + with a visit to the hospital

On the 15th of December 2017, teachers from partner schools of the Erasmus + project from Portugal and Cyprus visited the pediatric unit of the Provincial Specialist Hospital in Słupsk. The purpose of the visit was to familiarize our guests with the character of teachers' work in the hospital  and the conditions in which the common-room classes are conducted.

The teachers of the hospital common-room classes – Anna Butryn, Małgorzata Somionka and Ewa Tyborczyk presented our foreign colleagues to Bajkowóz (Fair tale carriage) – the Wandering Hospital Library. Our guest took an active part in classes with the Fairy tale carriage. Teachers have moved to the world of fairy tales and magic. They took part in all the tasks that were prepared for them very willingly and with great commitment. The most popular was the "Black book of colors" , which is a meeting place for sighted people with the blind once and "Book with a hole" – full of funny drawings and even more funny ideas for using the hole in the middle of the book. Everyone had a great time and regretfully left the unit to return to their own schools.


Iwona Poźniak