School's Motto:

School's motto:
"We must become the change we want to see."
(Mahatma Gandhi)

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Thank you, friends from Varendonck College, Netherlands

                      Dear friends from Netherlands,
Our college has received some very beautiful postcards from Varendonck College, Asten, Netherlands.
The Dutch students who wrote us are: Hilke, Anne Kupers, Senya von Hoof, Noa together with their classmates.They are coordinated by Mrs, Annnalies Morris, coordinator of the whole exchange project.
The students wrote related to the following ideas:
1)They wrote about their typical sports: skating on ice, playing soccer, dancing as a sport.
2)They also mentioned their landscape that is flat, plains and hills without mountains.
3) They have some hobbies as: acting, playing hockey, drawing, scouting, listening to music, baking things (cakes and cupcakes), painting, singing.
4)Some typical things for Netherlands are the mills and the clogs.
5)The fact that Netherlands has a cold and wet weather.
6) The students also mentioned the typical Dutch food that is hotchpotch, sausage rolls and "frikandel" that is prepared of meat.

Thank you very much, friends from Netherlands, in the name of:
teacher of English, Mrs. Angela Porime, her students.
"Mediensis" Technical College's Principal, Mrs. Corina Tanase.

Thank you, friends from "Rukmini Devi Public School", Delhi, India.

               Dear friends from India
We received some very beautiful postcards from "Rukmini Devi Public School" - India.
According to the materials they have sent for us, this is a school which develops 12 essential skills, under 5 domains.Their curriculum aims providing enough opportunities for individuals to develop in each of the physical, socio-emotional and intellectual areas of development.
Development of Attitude(A), Communication Skills(C) and Thinking Skills(T) is  incorporated in the school curriculum.Their scholastic activities emphasize on the practice of ACT, so that it becomes the character of a Rukminian.
We were also impressed by their modern school with e-classrooms, networked computers, interactive board, multimedia projector.They have a wonderful motto" You are a child of immortality. Your roots go deep to eternity, Your Reach is unto Infinity".
 I want to send my thanks for this beautiful material to the Principal of the school, Mrs. Anita Gang, and to their students: Yashika Yodav, Khushi Malhotra, Diuyansh Gupta, Somya Nandwani, Ayush Mangla and Kuman.
We also liked their  information and postcards related to the Indian tourism, food, monuments,music, their capital-Delhi and landscape .

                                    Thank you very much for this beautiful material in the name of our school's manager,
                          Mrs. Corina Tanase, teacher of English- Mrs. Angela Porime and our students.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Thank you, friends from Germany

             We continue with our correspondence project. Our students have received two beautiful postcards and a letter from Arnstadt, Germany.
Luca and Arthur wrote about their school, located on a hill and surrounded by forests.
Their town belongs to Thuringia federal state and has many beautiful buildings and monuments.
Thank you very much, dear students and teacher from Germany.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Thank you, dear e-pals from Russia, France and USA

                This semester we have started a new correspondence through letters and postcards with some schools as:
1) Maycop- Russia
We received a beautiful Easter postcard from Maycop, Russia.The students also wrote about food specialities as: borch, pelmeny, shashlik. They were coordinated by teacher Vera Vasilchenko.
2)Nantes- France.
The students from Gutenberg secondary school sent us a postcard and a letter. They wrote about their hobbies like: practising sports, dancing, listening music . They also related about their culinary specialities : biscuit

LU and Berlingots.
3)Texas - USA
The letter and postcard we received from Texas contained ideas related to their state, vegetation( heavily forested state), the fact that it was governed by 6 flags. The students also wrote about their hobbies and kind of foods: frijoles, enchiladas, tamales.They have also added some photos with their school"Christolm Trail High School", their flag and types of food.