Tuesday, 19 March 2019

SECOND MEETING IN TAORMINA

04/08 - march - 2019

art workshop

graphic reproduction of Sicilian legends, presentation with the Kamishibai theater



Friday, 15 March 2019

SCIENCE FAIR - PRESENTATION OF PROJECT RESULTS

Before the meeting the children in each school carried out three investigations about water and its properties. During the meeting they had the opportunity to present their findings to the rest of the group. The presentations were different as some schools had made videos ( Greece, Spain, Lithuania and Poland) and others ( Italy) demonstrated experiments on the stage. Schools from England and Poland shared experiments live at tables, allowing children from other schools to use their equipment. There were also some posters by English pupils describing the investigations carried out in their school.


















SCIENCE POSTERS BY PUPILS OF GLORY FARM SCHOOL

The posters presenting Science experiments produced by pupils in Glory Farm School in Bicester are displayed in Szkoła Podstawowa nr 11 in Przemyśl. 













Experiments.Lithuania


Sunday, 10 March 2019

WATER AND SCIENCE - DISCOVERING SICILIAN CULTURE and CULTURAL EXCHANGE


Performance with Sicilian music


Tarantella Siciliana

Sicilian Ceramic Head

Carnival




The cultural exchange also included an exhibition at which each visiting school had a stall displaying information about their school and town as well as typical items of food for the hosts to experience.












Thursday, 7 March 2019

WATER AND SCIENCE - PROJECT TRIPS

The host school organised a number of activities related to water. A trip to the National park of Alcantra, including the Alcantra Fluvial park, showed participants the island’s rich natural heritage and wildlife. The highlight was the Gola which are canyons of volcanic origin, along which beautiful freshwater flows.

Sicily has a rich cultural heritage as is proved by UNESCO declaring no less than 7 heritage sites on the island. The children were able to experience some of the cultural heritage and history of their hosts through visits to local places of interest including Mt Etna, Castelmola, the Greek Theatre and Isola Bella. They also visited Syracuse which is the home of Archimedes and also a UNESCO heritage site. They had a science activity as well as visiting the Archaeological Park.