Merlin in Poland

On 21 March we had the sports competitions called Fair Play. The pupils', teachers' and local authorities' teams played alltogether. Merlin was with us and cheered for all teams.


Baba Marta in Poland

This amazing Bulgarian tradition commemorates the approaching spring. Though we have a lot of snow now, we're also waiting impatiently for warm and sunny spring days. That's why the children in our school were very enthusiastic about making "martenitsas" or Baba Marta.



  The  last guest to our school,Marto,was warmly welcomed by our students.They celebrated Baba Marta  and the coming of the spring together.They had a great time!



Merlin in Poland.

Merlin's making flowers in a school common room. Children are happy and Merlin toooo!!!

Welcome to Poland, Merlin!

Now we have our last guest Merlin- a very nice dog from Czech school. Our youngest pupils keep asking the question: "What's he having in his mouth?". And, of course, they have very interesting ideas about it.

The first days of Merlin in our school- he was helping to prepare posters to the Comenius project information board "Our pets' travels".



Dragobete in England

Dragobete in England
In Class 6BK we have been busy learning all about the festival of Dragobete. We have enjoyed looking at pictures and photos and have had fun making cards and pictures for our loved ones!

Masopust in England

The Masopust Festival!


In 1S we looked at the festival of Masopust which takes place in the Czech Republic every year.

Mrs Steer showed us some pictures from this year’s festival on the Comenius blog; we thought the people dressed up were very funny looking!

Mrs Steer also showed us her pictures of when she went to the festival. We laughed at her in her funny scarecrow trousers! She told us about all the yummy doughnut type cakes she was given and also the plum brandy, which apparently was very strong and kept her, Mrs Vallance and Miss Holgate nice and warm!

We found out that people often dress up and make masks, so we had a go at designing our own ones. We also made some posters to go up on the wall.

We really enjoyed looking at the other schools on the website and we talked about what it must be like to be part of those schools. Mrs Steer showed us pictures of the Czech school and the Italian school that she visited; we thought they both looked very different to our own school!