The Erasmus+ week in Slovakia was closed with a cruise on the Domaša dam

On Thursday, students could learn more about the nature of climate change and the importance of using renewable energy sources precisely because of the necessary reversal of the current unflattering situation.

The workshop prepared by the Sosna civic association was followed by a tour of Košice, a visit to the cathedral and a return home.

Friday was dedicated to the officialities in the form of handing over certificates, followed by a joint “Belgian dance” at the school yard. After a tasty lunch, a cruise on the Bohemia boat on the Domaša dam.

In conclusion, to say one big thank to all who actively participated in this project and contributed to its successful implementation.


LTT in Slovakia – part 2

On Wednesday, we welcomed our “foreign visit” on the grounds of our school.

Pupils from Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria took part in the International Erasmus Day🤜🤛 activity. This day was very interesting, creative and our foreign friends took the opportunity to ride on solar scooters before lunch🛴🛴.

After lunch, another part of the programme followed – a walk in nature, a visit to the House of Folk Traditions, or the Museum of Forestry in Zámutov and there was also a grill party in the restaurant Opál😋. Thank everyone involved for the fantastic atmosphere and active participation.


LTT in Slovakia – part 1

The week of fighting for "Saving the Planet" has begun

This week is a bit busier at the school in Slovakia than usual. The reason is the visit of representatives of five partner schools from Europe and Turkey.

As part of the project called Save the Planet, which we are implementing at the school as part of the Erasmus + program, we were pleased to welcome a total of 34 students and teachers from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Spain and Turkey.

The program of the first day consisted of an introductory greeting from our youngest – kindergarten students. After a tour of the most important cultural monument of the city – the Basilica of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary – the reception by the Mayor Ing. J. Ragan at the Townhall.

The programme continued with class of folk dance, where our, now graduates Klára and Daniel, tried to teach the guests at least something from our rich folklore tradition.

After the festive lunch, we ended the programme on the first day with a creative workshop on the topic of “hero of the planet”.

The meeting is financially supported by the Erasmus + program, contract number 2020-1-BG01-KA229-079223.