An ebook with lesson plans from all the activities we participated on was created for other Greek teachers to be inspired and be helped in their efford to develop their pupils basic skills through art.
Here you can see a video with all the activities the 1st Primary School of Schimatari took part on during those two spectacular years.
On Wednesday the 13th of June, pupils from the dance, theatre and art clubs presented traditional dances from the countries participating in the project, which they were taught by the teacher Mrs Alexaki Eleni with the help of the pupils who had participated at the international workshops.
It was a great opportunity for the whole school community to take part in this dance and music event and for the children to get in touch with the culture of Poland, Slovenia and Croatia.
A video of all the activities that we participated in during these two wonderful years was presented to the guests, parents, school staff.
At the same event, the final certificates for the participating pupils and teachers to this amazing Erasmus + program were given and everybody was immensely happy with what we have accomplished and hoped that such initiatives will continue to take place in our school.
Our students had a performance at Đolafest, a festival that is traditionally held in Darda.
We gave the students certificates for participation in the project, and we filled out the Europass documents
Thank you to Ms Aldona Kaczmarczyk for organizing the trip and to Ms Elżbieta Siernicka, Ms Marzena Murawska and Mr Jarosław Kozikowski for joining us and all your support.
Our performance on the Day of Primary school of Darda
Our pupils working in three groups presented on Monday , the 5th of March three of Aesop’s myths to the whole school and teaching staff, parents but also teachers and pupils from neighborig schools.
Aesop was a Greek fabulist and story teller credited with a number of myths now collectively known as Aesop’s myths. Although his existence remains unclear and no writings by him survive, numerous tales credited to him were gathered across the centuries and in many languages in a storytelling tradition that continues to this day. Many of the tales are characterized by animals and inanimate objects that speak, solve problems, and generally have human characteristics. (wikipedia)
The dance club presented the tail “The lion and the mouse” as a musical, the art club presented the tail “The sheperd liar” as a mappet show and the theatre club presented the tail “The ant and the cicada ” in the form of a movie. The groups cooperated with each other for costumes, music and acting advice. We hope you enjoy our presentation as we enjoed working on it!