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Újabb eTwinning siker
Újabb siker az eTwinningben. A Kiss the Frog c. projektünk elnyerte a Minősített eTwinning projekt címet.
Book it 20! an Amazing e-Twinning project
The Purple group from the Language year participated in an extremely exciting and fruitful eTw project called Book it 20. It was a project started by an Icelandic teacher to get students to read literature and discuss it with their peers from around Europe. I must say our students found…
Stop Bullying – ifjúsági csere Zágrábban – 2020
Stop Bullying - ifjúsági csere Zágrábban - 2020 iskolai erőszak, online zaklatás, mentális egészség, az etnikai és vallási kisebbségekkel és a menekültekkel kapcsolatos előítéletek és diszkrimináció - horvát, bolgár és észak-makedón partnerek
Stop Bullying, an Erasmus+ Youth Exchange!!!
Join us in an uber cool Erasmus+ youth exchange in Zagreb in July!
CHoC Goes to Catalonia, Student Take!
Taking a bunch of students on an international exchange in an Erasmus+ project is always a good idea. They stay with local families, experience life, learn from their peers. This is what Erasmus+ is all about, but read it for yourself in their own words!
CHoC Goes to Catalonia!
Incredibly educational for both students and teachers alike. The first exchange of students in CHoC was a smashing success.
ComServ is no more
The end has come. However, life goes on.
CHoC+Erasmus Plus on EU Day at Poli
Poli seventh graders raring at the bits to sign up for Erasmus+ projects after today's dissemination event!
2 Classes + Volunteers + Erasmus+ = Dissemination
Why to seventh graders? They are new comers to our school, have very little experience in community service and know net to nothing about Erasmus+. Four volunteers focused specifically on environmental protection. Four other volunteers created an obstacle course and blindfolded half the group. .... continue for more details.
CHoC + Open House = Dissemenation
Open house is an annual event at Poli and it affords us the opportunity to speak about our Erasmus+ projects in detail to prospective students and their parents.