Thursday, 31 March 2011

Hi, from Spain!

Hello, we're here, again!
Our school is in a small village in Valencia, Spain. Maybe you know the "fallas", it's a typical Valencian festival when we celebrated the spring. Valencia is on the coast, we can swim in the mediterranean sea every summer and our city is lovely, we invite you to come to Valencia, you would love it!
This year my pupils are 8 & 9 years old and are in 3rd class.
We love dancing, but we're not professional dancers, we're fun people who want to know you, your customs and maybe become friends.
Good luck and let the party begin.

Monday, 28 March 2011

Kohtla-Järve Co-Educational Gymnasium

Hello to everybody from Estonia!

We are pleased to participate in the project Eurodance 2011. This project will involve children from age 7 to 11. We are sure that we will get great pleasure from activities in the project.

What is Estonia?

Sunday, 27 March 2011

Hustopece primary School - The Czech Republic

Hello everyone, we are the primary school from Hustopece. Our team has 19 girls and 10 boys from 6 to 14 years.
We are happy to take part in the project Eurodance again.
We would like to present a folk dance Verbunk and Vrtena - typical dance from South Moravia.

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Saturday, 26 March 2011

Istituto Statale E.Montale III ALT

This is our class. Here we are in our school garden.

In our school we study many foreign languages, and we love getting in touch with other students all over the world.

We are twenty seventeen-year-old students: fifteen girls and five boys. We love taking part in projects and international initiatives. We have recently taken part in a beautiful Comenius meeting with students coming from eight different countries and we have had a great time with them. Our school is located in Pontedera a small town in the centre of Italy, between Pisa and Florence.

The leaning tower in Pisa is one of our best known symbols.

Our region is really beautiful and we love it very much. It is full of art and lovely landscapes. We decided to take part in this interesting project together with our Ph E. teacher and we are rehearsing very seriously.

Traditional dances however are not really popular among young people in Pontedera. We will send our video to the local authorities too, so we hope to be able to contribute to the revival of traditional dances in Tuscany

Sunday, 20 March 2011

"Malhão" (JI Tojais)

Our dance is a popular and simple dance in the north of Portugal.The name "Malhão" probably had its origin in some agricultural instrument and it danced a special choreography, men and women had queude up, face to face. They're approaching and turn away and beat the rhythm with their feet. The end of the dance is when they closed all the wheel and jumped together.

This is our portuguese team - JI Tojais (sorry...miss 5 children - we are 20)

JI/EB1 Tojais - Paredes - Penafiel

This is our school...Our kindergarten is inside a Primary School, we are 20 + 71 and we have a teacher and a woman who helps our teacher. We are in eTwinning and this year we have a Comenius project. We like very much work with our teacher lots of themes and know children from all Europe.


Friday, 18 March 2011

Primary School of R.S. Mouries - Greece

Dear Friends,

Our school is a small school with 85 pupils. The children are 6-12 years old. Also students come from the neighboring villages.

The school is located in the village of Mouries Kilkis. The village is located 50 kilometers from Thessaloniki.

The school building consists of 2 small pieces, which are housed in each of 3 classes but the yard is too big where the kids can play football and basketball. Also there is a computer room in the school.

The dance that will compete is called chasaposervikos. This is a dance, which starts slowly but becomes quicker. Preferred festivals and celebrations, as it is very easy to learn. Face and gait are distinguished for their speed and their flamboyance. Also is directly related with Balkan's dances.

Thursday, 17 March 2011


Dear friends, hello from the sunny island of Cyprus. Below you can find three presentations about our school and our country. Enjoy them.

Saturday, 5 March 2011


We are children from 4th grade class in Ginés Morata school, located in Almería (an Andalousian city).Our school has got 300 students, from 3 to 10 years old, and 15 teachers.
There are a library, a green house, a music classroom and a gym. Everything is new because the school was built 2 years ago.
The C.E.I.P. Ginés Morata is a bilingual English-Spanish school, our pupils start learning English at 3 years old. We are very interested in promoting foreign languages and new tecnologies.
It proposes several extracurricular activities such as sports (swimming, basketball and karate), dance and computers. Teachers are worried about creativity and motivation so they participate in some national projects (new tecnologies, health, ecologie, or newspapers )
Almeria is a small city located in the South of Spain. There are 150,000 inhabitants. The most important economics activities in our city are related to the warm weather we can enjoy 12 months a year. These activities are tourism (We have got very beautiful beaches) and agriculture ( we produce a lot of vegetables wich you can eat in many European countries).