Art & Culture
- The book below was prepared by all teams and edited and designed by the Romanian team.
- Presentations and films about their regions prepared by students of partner schools in the second year of the project.
Presentation about Gorlice Region prepared by I LO Kromer, Poland
Film about the city of Gaziantep prepared by Mustafa Gürbüz Necat Bayel Anadolu Lisesi:
Film prepared by Mustafa Gürbüz Necat Bayel Anadolu Lisesi, Gaziantep about school and surroundings:
- Visiting Malopolska region
On 5th April 2016 Erasmus+ team visited the city of Krakow. We walked around the old city. Thanks to beautiful weather we managed to see many highlights of Krakow starting from The Wawel Hill and Castle, the Vistula River, Mariacki Cathedral and the Town Square. A tour guide told us about the long history of the city and the history of the most famous sights in Kraków. It was really worth seeing- we recommend the city to everyone!
On 8th April 2016 we visited the town of Krynica. Thanks to the trip we could observe the surrounding area of Gorlice and Krynica- low hills of Beskid Niski and Beskid Sądecki. Next we visited Krynica which is a famous spa with mineral waters and many health resorts, with traditional wooden architecture. Thanks to the trip we got to know the history and culture of the region of southern Poland.
- “Switch off the Light- Save Energy” campaign and contest results.
During the Erasmus+ Meeting results of “Switch off the Light- Save Energy” were announced. Over 20 works had been entered and the jury (consisting of representatives of teachers and students of all partners) chose the winners:
1st place- Rafał Markowicz, Poland, 2nd place- Grzegorz Góra, Poland, 3rd place- Adina Pop, Romania.
Distinctions: Junqui Shao and Belén Machín Bergés, Spain, Melda Gulten, Turkey and Adina Pop, Romania.
Posters created by Spanish Erasmus+ team:
- Photography contest „Head in Clouds” in Romania
In March 2016 Liceul Teoretic „Gheorge Lazar” in Pecica, Romania held a photography contest entitled „Head in Clouds”. The winners of the contest are:
1st place: Bianka Nagy “Solar autograph”, 2nd place: Csaba Brezan “Tiger Moon”, 3rd place: Adina Pop
The most popular photo: Oana Jurj
- Photo competition “ Head in Clouds”
On the 21st of December, 2015, the jury had a difficult task of choosing final photos out of 200 entered into our school competition. There were beautiful colours, incredible clouds, sun rises and sunsets. The jury did not have an easy task, but they had to choose the winners. Here they are:
1st place – Kacper Malisz, 2nd place – Bartłomiej Warzecha, 3rd place – Aleksandra Spyra.
The jury also gave distinctions to Wacław Kalisz, Piotr Kukuła, Małgorzata Kurcab, Michał Augustyn, Ewelina Mucha, Maja Roszak.
- Visiting Lublana and Celje
During our visit to Slovenia, on 26th Nov 2015 we went to visit the capital of Slovenia- Lubljana. The Old Town delighted us with interesting buildings, Dragon Bridge and festive decorations, among others, in the shape of the solar system. The main purpose of our walk was the medieval castle towering over the city, from which we saw a wonderful panorama of the city.
On 29th of November we visited the town of Celje. Beautiful weather enabled us to get to know the region and one of the prettiest towns of Slovenia. We started touring around the town listening to the history of Celje told by the guide on Starai Grad Castle- medieval fortification which overlooks the town. This building was erected in 13th century and in the following centuries was repeatedly extended and changed by rulers of Celje. Nowadays the fully restored castle is one of the most important Slovenian symbols. Moreover, an amazing panorama over the Savinja valley can be seen from there. Strolling about the streets in Celje we reached the count palace where Town Museum is located. Exhibition of mementos of citizens who lived there in Roman times turned out to be especially interesting for us.
- Logos and posters of “Reach the Sky” project
- On the 24th of September the winners of the Kromer logo competition were revealed. The jury of the competition chose two designs prepared by Grzegorz Góra an Daniel Chochołek, students of class 1a.
In partner schools there appeared exhibitions with posters and logos promoting “Reach the Sky” project and the Erasmus + programme. They are works of students taking part the competition for schools’ logos.
- In all partner schools there appeared “Erasmus Walls”– exhibitons with information about partner countries- Poland, Slovenia, Romania, Turkey and Spain. Kromer LanguagErasmus+ teams in each partner schools prepared mini-dictionares with basic phrases in our partners’ languages and a dictionary with astronomic phrases. They’ll be useful in the international meetings. (September 2015)