Fields of hope is a programme which was launched by a charity organization Marie Curie Cancer Care in Great Britain. Its aims are getting funds for the help to the elderly but also to promote hospices and making kids sensitive for the needs of the sick. Its characterustic symbol is a daffodil – the international symbol of hope.
We welcomed a Forster at our school on 21st September. She told us about her work, the forest and animals living there. She stressed out the fact than man is only a guest in the forest and should respect the animals living there. We could hear the voices of forest animals and touch their fur.
16.09.2015r Students from grades 1-3 took part in a trip to the National Fire Brigade. They learned about daily work and duties of firemen. We could see fire engines, firemen equipment and tools which they use in various actions. Those of us who were brave enough could get on the fire engine and sit behind the steering Wheel. We saw the complete fireman armour which consist of e.g. a uniform and a helmet.
On 7th September 2015students took part in a pleasant event. The day of goof news was a perfect opportunity to make somebody a nice surprise and make others smile. Students and teachers wrote down nice words for others on little pieces of paper. Everyone got more or less the same number of little cards.
The new school year begun on 1st September. We welcomed new students to our school community. We hope you make new friends and you will have great educational adventure.