MYP Cultural day – Medieval period

On Tuesday, 22nd January, the students became acquainted with the Medieval period through different workshops: calligraphy, medieval dances, medieval cooking, handicrafts and board games. They learnt a lot and had a good time.
Katarina Čepič

Erasmus Greece Diary – Day Three

There was some rain today, so we spent most of the day indoors. The sky cleared just for a time so the students could enjoy some sports activities outside. At the design workshop the students carried on with the planning of the 3D model of the Erasmus logo. There was another event that brightened the day, the birthday celebration of two students. Everyone sang, ate birthday cake. and exchanged gifts. The teachers also went for a guided tour through school.
Daniela Vlačić & Saša Krapež

Erasmus Greece Diary – Day Two

We dedicated the second day to a city tour of ancient Acropolis. First, we visited the Acropolis Museum where we had a quick look through the history of Acropolis. We also saw some ancient artifacts that were discovered in the area. Afterwards, we went to Acropolis where we saw the Odeon of Herodes ancient stone theatre, the gateway to Acropolis (Propylaea), the Temple of Athena and Parthenon. We also enjoyed the magnificent view of Athens from above. Our guide was very nice, and the students seemed to enjoy the trip very much. After visiting Acropolis, we ate some typical Greek food, souvlaki and pita giros.
Daniela Vlačić & Saša Krapež