Tuesday, 18 February 2020

Videoconference: first Vanished Places


We have researched and presented our first Vanished Places!
In a videoconference, pupils from all project countries presented their first work. All students liked the research in their local communities, they learned something about their village they did now know before.






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Monday, 30 December 2019

Christmas themed videoconference

Students of all three partner schools in Czech Republic, Lithuania and Latvia brought joy to each other in another videoconference. This time, each school had prepared information about Christmas traditions in their countries. We learned that our traditions largely are very similar, but, there are always some interesting differences to look at.
As a present to others, each school had chosen a Christmas song in their native language to sing for the other. Everyone did an amazing work!



Wednesday, 4 December 2019

A lovely meeting with history experts at Tirza primary school

Tirza primary school students invited local historians and former teachers of Tirza primary school for a cup of tea and a lovely discussion about the vanished places in our parish.
Teachers Dzintra and Astrīda shared their knowledge and memories about local pubs, alleys and establishments. Children were happy to follow along on the map and tried to picture how these places looked many years ago.



Tirza primary school students create a poster for the project

Tirza primary school 4th grade students Enija, Amanda, Sandis, Rūta and Olita created a poster for the project. 


Friday, 25 October 2019

Let's meet each other ... through the screen!

Students of Zakladni skola a Materska skola Polevsko (Czech Republic), Nevarenai Basic school (Lithuania) and Tirza primary school (Latvia) got to know each other and their teachers through an online meeting.
Students were excited to talk about their everyday life, favourite subjects and afterschool activities.


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