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Hi from Spain!
This is school CEIP San Juan in Antequera. We lived in the centre of Andalusia. Antequera is very well located from the other Andalusian towns:Granada, Córdoba, Málaga and Seville. We are very lucky for this. But now we are training to make a chain reaction and this is not very easy. We wish for all you encourage and forth.
Some pupils of six course and the teacher Juan.
Saturday, November 06, 2010
Hi from Rabat, Malta. Malta is a small island (part of an archipelago, covering a total area of 300km). Rabat is situated near the old capital of Malta and is very rich in archeological finds especailly from the Roman era.
Our school is a public primary for both boys and girls. It consists of 2 seperate buildings and it caters for about 500 students from age 3 to 11. All children learn two languages: Maltese and English, and the upper classes are presently being introduced to German. The school forms part of a St. Nicholas college which joins together 6 other villages.
My class is looking forward to this project.
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Hi from Zadar, an ancient, 3 thousand old Mediterrannean beauty on the Adriatic coast. The main part of Zadar is our peninsula that is surrounded by medieval walls.
Apart from many churches, museums, galleries...there are two modern tourist attractions: 'Greetings to the sun' and 'Sea organs' (music is produced by the waves).
Our Bartula kasica Primary school is situated in the suburbs of Zadar. There are about one thousand students (aged 7 to 4) who attend school in 2 shifts.They teach English as the first foreign language from the first grade, but can choose Italian or German in the grade 4.
We are happy to offer our pupils the chance to meet their international pals through many eTwinning projects we take part in as much as by taking part in Comenius Project.
Our school web address is: http://os-bkasica-zadar.skole.hr/
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School - Doncaster, England
You can also visit our website on the link provided or contact us through the e-mail address.
Here's looking forward to a fantastic shared experience on the Rube Goldberg Project, and beyond!
Jon, Chris and the pupils of y5 & y6
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
1. Only one school from each country will be allowed to enter. It is only possible for 20 schools to enter the competition!
2. The Rube Goldberg Project is for primary schools only!
3. Once you have agreed to enter and submitted your request to the project coordinator, Dave Schrauwen you will receive an invitation to become a partner in the project, followed later by a separate invitation to contribute to the project's blog. You need to sign up for the blog, whereby you will be able to upload your finished chain reaction in due course.
In addition, please send Dave a brief description of your school, along with a photograph, that Dave will add to the blog, so that each country can see who is all taking part.
5. The chain reaction should be created and practiced by the students only! The video may be shot by the teacher or the children.
6. The length of the chain reaction should be between 60 and 120 seconds.
7. All entries should be completed by Friday 14th January 2011. When your chain reaction is ready, you upload the video of this chain reaction to the blog, via www.blogger.com using either the “upload video” section of the site, or by uploading your video to Vimeo, YouTube, ... then copying and pasting the embed code into your blog post. All files MUST be uploaded byFriday 14th Januray, as each country will then need to watch all the entries and judge them during the following week- Monday 17th- Thursday 20th January.
8. Once you and your pupils have watched each entry and chosen your favourites, email your choices to Dave Schrauwen, BEFORE Friday 21st January, so the pupils of Dave can create and record the newsflash on who is the winner of the project on Friday January 21st. YOU MUST NOT VOTE FOR YOUR OWN ENTRY!
GOOD LUCK to all countries, and enjoy making your entry, and watching all the other entries!
Michael Purves & Dave Schrauwen