On 2018 an open day of ERASMUS+ program and the project took place in Hırkai Şerif Ortaokulu ,İstanbul Turkey.
With the participation of students from the project group.The open day has become a real celebration of games and sports.
On 27 of April 2018 an open day of ERASMUS+ program and the project took place in OU “Lyuben Karavelov”- Vidin, Bulgaria.
With the participation of students from the project group, posters were created presenting the work of the project so far. They were exposed to the main entrance of the school. The project was presented by the coordinator Galina Netova to the assembled students, teachers and parents.
The four pupils who participated in Slovenia’s mobility shared all their impressions, told Slovenia, Cran, the situation in the school, the project activities and their new friendships.
We took the opportunity and awarded the authors of the three best logos from the school logo for the project logo.
The open day has become a real celebration of games and sports. In the school yard the early stage classes played popular Bulgarian children’s games – lady, potty, white butterfly, folk ball. After that, traditional Bulgarian dances – people. The children showed a real and enjoyable alternative to computer games and showed that they can lead a healthy lifestyle.
OPEN DAYS in Szkoła Podstawowa nr 2 z Oddziałami Dwujęzycznymi in March and December 2018 in Poznan, Poland. During this event involved students and teachers presented information about Erasmus+ project to the local society, parents and future students.
in Colégio Nossa Senhora de Lourdes we did an open day in June. It was a day when all of the students where invited to participate in some portuguese tradicional games. It was a moment to get to know our Erasmus project and to allow our students to experience different games.
BULGARIA – 30th April 2019
The teachers and pupils from Lyuben Karavelov Primary School – Vidin decided to dedicate the 30th April 2019 to sports and games. They have previously explored the games shared by our partners in the “National Games and Sports Bring Us Together” project. Although spring surprised us with rain, students and teachers played and showed to other classmates and colleagues the Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian and Turkish games described in our project book. With great enthusiasm, we have made this day a very special day of sport, shared friendship and a healthy lifestyle.