World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. Since it began in 1974 and now it is widely celebrated in over 100 countries. You can find more information on this page: https://www.unenvironment.org/
We preapared a weather chart about our partner countries and we compared the weather during the World Enviroment Day on 5 th June 2019. We use this weather forecast page in our class: https://www.yr.no/
World Environment Day is celebrated on 5 th June every year. In our school we prepared small experience in March and today we saw the results. If you look around you, plastic is everywhere. Some of this plastic is meant to be used over and over again for a long time. During March we put some rubbish to the soil and waited for three months. You can see it in our photographies. Today we found only plastic stuff and part of clothes in our playground. Continue reading →
During January we had at our school exibition of art work which was done by our students during SMART DAY. One of the workshops prepared our teacher of art. Pupils tried painting by temper colors on large format of paper. They were inspired by the beauty of microworld – the natural universe observed at the microscopic or submicroscopic level. Continue reading →
In January we welcomed 20 students and 12 teachers from our partner countries in Brno. A great help for our project was always the friendliness of families that housed foreign pupils. Thanks again for the incredibly hospitable environment in every country. From Saturday, January 19th, to Friday, January 25th, there were an international meeting of teachers and a fourth course of the project called Tech Meets Art.
The fourth LTT meeting was held in the Czech Republic, in Brno from 19 th January to 25 th January 2019. Czech students prepared a video to introduce themselves: Brno, our school and our workshops from recycled materials during the Smart Day.
Bohuslav Fuch was a famous Czech architect who build our school too. It was build in 1928. Our students were inspired by his famous buldings in art lessons.
The New York Times says:“In particular, I was hoping to visit the buildings of the architect Bohuslav Fuchs, who had built many of the city’s most charismatic buildings, like the skinny Avion, a nine-story modernist hotel downtown, elegantly wedged into a lot less than 28 feet wide. The city’s main post office — a sprawling, inscrutable block — was by Fuchs, as were many bank buildings, shopping arcades and several elegant villas.” Continue reading →