Basque press about the visit in May 2019:
Lego WeDo 2.0 workshop at school:
Basque Local TV:
The Basque press about the next visit - MAY 2019:
The Polish Echo Dnia about the visit in the UK.
The Polish Echo Dnia about the C1 C2 mobility to Greece.
THESSALONIKI – MAY 2018
CODED LEGENDS – 2ND MEETING -ERASMUS+ KA219
Within the framework of the ERASMUS + 2017-2020 / KA219 program, 14 teachers and 7 pupils from Belgium, Italy, England, Spain, Poland and the Czech Republic visited our school. The director of the school, Mr. Alexandros Efthimiou, the coordinator of the program Angela Ikonomou, the ERASMUS educational team of our school, parents, students and representatives of the Municipality of Thermi contributed greatly to the successful outcome of the meeting.
CODED LEGENDS is innovative as it introduces new teaching and learning methods, is the answer to the needs of European schools moving to School 3.0, where technology is integrated into education.
The aim of the CODED LEGENDS program is to introduce innovative practices in schools, to prepare pupils to be digital citizens of the digital age.
The desired impact is to make children, families and citizens more aware of other cultures, religions and fight against stereotypes and hatred.
During the mobility, a lecture on "Integration and education of refugees / immigrants in the Greek educational system" was held with speakers Mrs. Kalaras, School Educational Advisor - Head of Refugee Host Structures and Mrs. Ioannidou, Professor of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Within the framework of the EUROPEAN CLASSROOM PROJECT, partners made presentations and workshops to the students of our school on the cultural heritage of their country of origin.
During our cultural trips we visited the Science Center & Technology Museum NOESIS, we toured around the historical center of Thessaloniki, the Upper Town, the Churches of the city and we revived the legends accompanying the White Tower and Genti Kule.( The Seven Castles )
The partners also visited the treasures of the Archaeological Museum of the Aeges (Vergina).
During program meetings, participants discussed the development of the program during its first year (2017-2018) and decided on the future actions of the group.
We are deeply grateful to the families that hosted the partners' students and surrounded them with so much care and love. Their contribution is a valuable accet to our work.
The overall experience proved to be very constructive for both teachers and students. Every single individual involved in the meeting experienced a valuable intercultural experience.