Recycled material to set up a puppet theatre.
Alex, Ara and Pilar are using puppets to show us how acetic acid acts on calcium carbonate.
Well… maybe there´s another skinny actor, our laboratory skeleton.
Ilona and Adalmina made a climate video when it was a World Environment Day
It was an excited group of people who traveled to Pyrgos Greece. Three teachers and three students, Bogi, Alla, Jóhanna, Aldís, Margrét, and Sigríður. Because it is a long journey between the countries we stayed for two nights in Athens. We landed in the late evening so there was just time to have dinner and rest. The second day we walked around the city visited Akropolis, the president’s palace, the gardens in the centrum of Athens and did a little window shopping. The following day there was the bus tour to Pyrgos. The bus tour was pleasant, the scenery in Grecce is quite different from what we are used to in Iceland. Continue reading
On 4th May we met on the train station in Brno aproximately at 9 a.m. Our team went to Greece to take part in the last meeting within the international Erasmus+ project entitled “SMART – Science meets art.” The members of the project team were the teachers: Šárka Špičková, Pavlína Trnková, the students: Lucka, Honza and Veronika. The course How Logic was transformed into theatre was organised by 1ΓΕΝΙΚΟ ΛΥΚΕΙΟ ΠΥΡΓΟΥ. Continue reading
Palermo. This video shows a global warming effect: flood. It was the 4th of November and during that day there were some victims. The soundtrack “Lascia ch’io pianga la cruda sorte” is taken from the Rinaldo of Handel .
Together for the environment and nature
On 5 June, on the occasion of the “World Environment Day”, our school, in relation to the activity of the Erasmus plus project “SMART: Science Meets Art”, raised students awareness (after the LegaAmbiente and SMART DAY initiatives) to problems relating to global warming by connecting meteorology, nature and art. Through this project the students made videos using photos of different landscapes (sunrises and sunsets) to make them aware of the importance of the ecosystem. Continue reading
On World Environment day we learned about the Marker Wadden,
A new addiction to Dutch nature
The new nature on Marker Wadden is an ideal research area for scientists. Which plants and animals settle here? Which food chains are created? And how do they relate to each other? And above all, does Marker Wadden contribute to the restoration of the Markermeer ecosystem? Continue reading
Let´s celebrate World Environment Day with the beauty of nature´s paradice in these Icelandic photos.