P15 – GENIKO LIKIO HORTIATI
P15.1. EDUCATIONAL VISIT AT A GUITAR MANUFACTURING AND A SILKSCREEN PRINTING ENTERPRISE
On 16th November 2019, on the occasion of the “MADE IN THESSALONIKI” event, the pupils of the Erasmus+ project of our school (B Class) and the teachers Mrs.Maria Mangana and Mrs.Dimitra Ntomprou visited a guitar manufacturing and a silkscreen printing enterprise.
“MADE IN THESSALONIKI” is a parallel happening of “8th OPEN HOUSE THESSALONIKI” concerning visits at local creative and production enterprises. It aims to highlight the city’s creative side, introducing to the public established and rising creators and producers who are active in Thessaloniki and stand out for their work.
Guitar manufacturing enterprise:
Silkscreen printing enterprise:
The pupils of the Erasmus+ project of our school had the opportunity to discuss with the entrepreneurs the challenge of their work and prepared a relative presentation of their visit. You can find the presentation at:
P15.2. VISIT AT TWO BUILDINGS OF THE “8TH OPEN HOUSE THESSALONIKI” EVENT
On 23rd and 24rth November 2019, on the occasion of the “8th OPEN HOUSE THESSALONIKI” event, the pupils of the Erasmus+ project of our school (B Class) visited two buildings of high architectural interest; an apartment at the waterfront of Thessaloniki and a lawyer office at Aristotelous Spuare.
“OPEN HOUSE” is one of the most important global institutions for the promotion of architecture. The “OPEN HOUSE” project invites the public to explore and understand the value of architecture. Every year for one weekend, private and public buildings open their gates to everyone for free and the city is transformed into a big museum, with its buildings and architecture being the exhibits.
The pupils of the Erasmus+ project of our school had the opportunity to be guided to the two buildings, learn their history, admire their classical architecture and prepared a relative presentation of their visit. You can find the presentation at:
P15.3. Making ppt presentations, videos, foods and other artefacts or artistic expressions (dances, songs) to be presented to other schools during the C3 mobility in Romania
In November 2019 the pupils that would participate in the C3 mobility continued their rehearsals in order to present the traditional Greek dance “syrtaki” during their visit to Romania. In addition they prepared some handmade souvenirs made of clay to offer to their hosting Romanian pupils.
They also prepared the presentations of their school and all the project activities they had made so far, for the welcome ceremony of the C3 mobility in Romania. You can find the presentations of the school and the project activities at: https://twinspace.etwinning.net/77604/pages/page/484377
On 12 November 2019 the accompanying teachers of the C3 mobility, Mrs.Maria Mangana, Mrs.Dimitra Ntomprou and Mr.Evangelos Tzanidis, met with the parents of the pupils of the C3 mobility and informed them for all the details and the agenda of the forthcoming mobility.
P15.4. C3 mobility “Local cultural heritage in a European perspective and the Romanian National Day”
From 28th November to 4th December twelve (12) pupils of the B and C Class and three (3) accompanying teachers, Mrs.Maria Mangana, Mrs.Dimitra Ntomprou and Mr.Evangelos Tzanidis, of our school participated in the C3 mobility “Local cultural heritage in a European perspective and the Romanian National Day” in Petrosani Romania.
The travelling pupils were twelve (12) instead of thirteen (13) that was initially planned, because one pupil denied to participate to the mobility due to personal reasons. Also the accompanying teachers were three (3) instead of two (2) that was initially planned.
All the activities of the C3 mobility are detailed described at the C3 mobility report of the Romanian school. You can find all the activities of the mobility at: