Disemination in Poland www.tvorion.pl/?action=show_news&idNews=26973 On March 5, 2019, our school was visited by pupils from grades III to VI, who were invited from neighboring schools, along with their tutors. We hosted the representation of Primary Schools No. 2, 8, 12, 13, 20, 21, 38 and 39. The students were welcomed by Mrs. B. Golachowska and invited to play together with 4 elements and robotics. Teachers Mrs Jolanta Lichota - Aboud, Mrs. Magdalena Dębska - Kołodziejczyk, Mrs. Dorota Odyjas - Pielat, Mr. Olga Gołąb and Ms. J. Rudolf prepared workshops concerning air, fire, land, water and programming. Students learned the techniques and methods used while working on the project, thanks to which they enriched their knowledge in the fields of chemistry, biology, physics, computer science and nature. They also received small gifts and gadgets promoting the project "Energy to life". The evaluation carried out at the end of the class showed that all participants had a great time and would visit the project website to search for more ideas.
The final of the patriotic project connected with the promotion of the Erasmus + project "Energy for life" www.tvorion.pl/?action=show_news&idNews=26195 Sienkiewicz Av. on 08th November 2018 was the final place of the project "100 places of remembrance for the 100th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland". The organizer of the project was our school, which implements the Erasmus + project "Energy for life". The project concerns four elements: water, fire, earth and air. The school cooperates with six countries in Europe, such as Greece, France, Italy, Spain, Croatia and Romania. As part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of regaining independence by Poland, the school joined the city celebrations of this celebration. Pupils from classes VIb and VIa lit together 100 candles with fallen heroes in defense of their homeland in the cemetery of St. Rocha and in front of the Monument of the Unknown Soldier, which is associated with the symbol of fire. The students visited the monuments of the fallen and listened to the information about the steadfast heroes of Częstochowa, whom the historian Dr. Juliusz Sętowski, who directed the Center for Documentation of Częstochowa History, told them. Then, in front of the Monument of the Unknown Soldier, the students lit candles, and listened to the speech of the Vice-President of the City of Częstochowa, Dr Ryszard Stefaniak. Later on students together with the vice-president of the City of Częstochowa, Dr. Ryszard Stefaniak, released 100 white pigeons into the sky, which symbolized the air, and their white became the symbol of Poland's freedom. News about our project is available on the website of Dziennik Zachodni and TVOrion.