Sunday, 31 January 2010

Ms Catherine Bezzina's class, Siggiewi, Malta

Here are the children in my class, they are all between 7 to 8 years-old.
They're all busy taking pictures of our island, a tiny gem in the Mediterranean Sea.

Friday, 29 January 2010

Hi to everyone!






Sunday, 24 January 2010

Hello from 5th class in Ireland!

Delighted to be on board! Good luck to all and happy snapping.

Thursday, 21 January 2010

Hello from Slovenia :-)


We are 7. class. We are looking forward to working on the project with you.
Bye, lep pozdrav :-)

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Hello from Cyprus!

Agros Primary School
Hello all of you! This is Agros Primary School in Cyprus. We are a small school in Pitsilia area in the foothills of Troodos mountain. We are very happy to participate in this project. We look forward to see the pictures of your countries.

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Hello from Garðabær in Iceland

Hello all of you
There are about 300 students in Flataskoli at the age of 6 to 12. We told the students about this project in late December and now we are getting some pictures to put on the web. All of the students in the school are allowed to take part and we think this is a wonderful and a very interesting project.
Last week our 1st grade students took the camera with them when they went out with their teacher to play in the sun and we only have the sun in the sky for about 4 hours at this time of year. We put the link to this blog on our website and we sent the parents an email to call their attention to the project so they could guide their children while they were taking pictures. As you can see on the picture there is no snow in Iceland and we are having plus degrees on Celcius.

Monday, 18 January 2010

Hello from The Netherlands

Hello everybody,

We are a small school with 32 students. We speak two languages, Dutch and Fries.
We participate in this project with group 6, 7 and 8 (class 4, 5 and 6). We are 10 students in the age of 9 till 12 years.
Our school is situated in Achlum, Achlum is a small village in the north of the Netherlands.
In the beginning of the winter we had a lot of snow, but now it’s slowly melting. We have skated a lot this winter.
Everybody is looking forward to the project. We’ve already made a lot of photo’s.

Greetings from Nelly, Petra, Anne, Kayleigh, Levi, Sanne, Job-Friso, Dicky, Brechje, Joris and teacher ‘juf’ Ellis.



Saturday, 16 January 2010

Hello from Brno, Czech republic

Hello, everybody.

We are 5a class from ZS Husova school. Our school is in the centre of quite a big city (about 350 thousands inhabitants), so it is not usual to have so much snow around our school! City transport almost collapsed last week, but we are enjoying winter pleasures just behind our school, in a park below Spilberk castle.

We are looking forward to taking pictures and we want to see yours!

Friday, 15 January 2010

Hello from Germany!

Hello and a Happy New Year to you all !!!
We have so much snow in Germany at the moment!

In the photo you can see our beautiful school logo on the outside wall. It was drawn by our talented teacher Achim.

Good luck, Leonie (6th grade)

Monday, 11 January 2010

Hello from Poland!

Hello Europe!
Witaj Europo!
We are very happy that We can participate in this project and explore different parts of Europe in the photos.
At the presentation you can see how the is decorated our town Bogatynia in Christmas time.

Hi from Greece!

Gym Vevis Greece,
Our pupils in traditional dance competition.

Sunday, 10 January 2010

Hello from Italy!

Hello to all of you!
I wish we had snow here, but we have only had rain lately!
We have 300 students, and are in the centre of Italy and we are very happy to participate in this project.
Students are about 11 and they are looking forward to taking their pictures and seeing yours.
This is the logo representing our school.

Friday, 8 January 2010

Hello from Norway!

We are pupils from our day care center at school. Our ages are from 6 till 9 years old. We're looking forward to work with digital photography, and especially to look at your pictures!
We've made a very short video, so you can have a look at some of us.


Thursday, 7 January 2010

Hello from Bulgaria to our friends from all over Europe

Happy new year to you all! :)
We are very happy to take part in this interesting project.
Our school is not a big one - only about 250 students. We are in 5th grade - 10 or 11 years old. We live in Burgas which is situated near the Black sea. We love the sea and the beach. We like the winter and the snow as well. However, there is not so much snow during the winter in our town. Wish you a fantastic time while taking the photos! :)

hello from Belgium!

Gelukkig nieuwjaar!

--> or ‘happy newyear’ in dutch

We’ve started school on monday, the 4 of January. The pupils who are going to take part of the competition are 7 years old. We’re a school in the north of Belgium and we speak dutch.
We hope to see a lot of beautiful pictures!

Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Hello from Scotland

Hello Europe, from Scotland! We should be back at school after the Christmas holidays, but schools in our region have all been closed this week. Here in Scotland, we are "enjoying" our worst spell of winter weather for many years, with snow having been falling for more than 3 weeks now. This is highly unusual for us!

The photo above was taken today, late this afternoon. Meanwhile the picture below shows a snowy scene close to our school during the Christmas holidays.

We are looking forward very much to seeing photos from all over Europe as the project develops.
Good luck everyone!

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Hello from Sweden!

A cold and snowy "HEJ" to you all, comes from Grimsås, in the south part of Sweden. We are still on Christmas holiday, and will be for some more days. Teachers start working om Friday, pupils on Monday, the 11 of January. The pupils who are going to take part of the competition are 11-13 years old. We are going to start preparing for interesting photos as soon as possible. I suppose we can use old photos too, because I think most of us will show the beautiful Swedish summer. But... lets see what happens.... Here are some NEW photos taken by myself. Anna-Lena

It will be great to collaborate with you all, discovering new parts of Europe together. And.... I promise you ... next year we will win prize after prize .... Michael is an e-twinning winnerhead!

greetings from Lithuania

Monday, 4 January 2010

Hi from Zadar, Croatia

Hello from Our Zadar Primary! We are a big school that is located in suburbs of the ancient town of Zadar. Bartula Kasica Primary School Zadar was named after a very famous 16th century Croatian grammarian. We're happy to run many etwinning Projects, as much as the Comenius Project. This is our English classroom. We're sending you our best!
Ksenija and her pupils from B.Kasica Primary, Zadar, Croatia.

Hello from Finland!

I am a teacher in Ohkola school, which is a small school in a town of Mäntsälä, about 60 kms north from Helsinki. At the moment it's cold here in Finland and we have a lot of snow. My students are excited about taking photos for this project. It'll be great to see pictures from all over Europe. Happy new year to everyone!

Greetings, Sari

Hello from Romania!

Nice to meet you all again. We are all impacient to take part to this great and huge project. Our school is for the moment in a complete processus of transformance and we teach for this year in a small building. But we will manage as we always have done, don't worry!
We wanna' wish you Good Luck and to have a lot of fun in this new and great photo's trip. We will all enjoy it!

Hello everyone from England

Happy New Year everyone!!

We are a large primary school in Doncaster, Northern England. We have just over 400 pupils in our school. We are really looking forward to sharing our photographs.
We have had a busy day in the snow today, we were eventually sent home from school because it was really deep. We have attached a photograph of what it looked like. Best wishes!
Here we are - students from Slovakia :-)

Thanks for the chance to be a part of such a great international eTwinning project. There are 15 of us in our project group. We are ready to participate and introduce these four topics from our point of view. We wish all the participating students lots of enthusiasm and fun while doing this project.
Students from Slovakia

Austria says hello!

Hello to all our friends!
We are very glad to take part in this project.
Our project-group is named "The Tigers". We are 15 very interested children in the age of 7 - 10 years working every monday afternoon at school.
Let's send our photos around Europe! Greetings from Austria!

Hello from Denmark!

Denmark -These days our children really have some snow, it's very rare for them, so they are happy.
We all send our kindest regards to the rest of Europe and hope to see a lot of fine photos.
Good luck to everybody. Oleflemming