No Place For Hate

A Erasmus+ KA219 Project. Here you will find all the information you need about our Project

About Us


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We  named our project as ' No Place For Hate ' , which we think is the remedy for all people. We know that international dialogue, peace, tolerance are necessary virtues to solve many troubles that we encounter. To see differences as a source of richness prevents the extinction of other cultures in such a global world.
As teachers we observed the students for a long time and found out that the students do not know much about their own cultures and they have no idea about the cultures of other European countries. We met in etwinning and launched an etwinning project. Then we wanted to transform it into an Erasmus+ project to reach wider school groups and the communities.
One of the main aims of the project is to raise the students' awareness towards other cultures, encourage students to learn different foreign languages, stimulate all the partners to make use of the ICT tools of communication, so as to improve their competence in this area. A more intensive European cooperation will be achieved by getting to know each partner and learning about each other’s culture.
Another main aim of our project is to make the students with disadvantaged backgrounds feel proud of themselves . They will take part in the national activities ,sports, festivals and workshops actively .
The project will help the partners to develop multicultural understanding and awareness of the other communities. By sharing experiences together during the project meetings and participating to different activities teachers and students will have the chance to get involved in different ,interesting and enjoyable opportunity to spend time with their European partners.
A high appreciation of the role of students and teaching staff will be increased by the local and regional communities within the European Community.
All our activities are student oriented and focuses mainly on student involvement. They can be accomplished with their participation from various backgrounds and equal number of genders. As partners, we believe that the project activities will be fully integrated into each institution’s curriculum through daily lessons and thematic projects.
Our project includes many activities about art, music, dance, food, lifestyles and sports. By covering different fields we intend to highlight the cultural items and cultural differences. This is necessary both for those who should learn their own culture and who should compare their culture with others as well.
There will be six schools from six different European countries in the project. Scoala Gimnaziala Nr.1 Branesti is the coordinator . UK, Turkey, Portugal, Croatia and Poland are the partner countries.
The results can be summarized as follows : A presentation about each country will be created by partners. Students in each country will make three dimensional models about their historical places and they will exhibit them. They will also create a jingle of the project that will be presented during its development. Also the symbol of the project will be designed by students. The best symbol will be chosen and picturised on magnets. Other results we expect are a project corner, painting contest, essay contest, t-shirt designing contest about cultural diversity, audio-visual daily multi-language dictionary (pupils will study and vocalize other countries' daily expressions and we record the audios during the student exchange event in Romania then combine all of them in an online dictionary) ,European dictionary, cultural game created with Strach coding (Polish students will teach other students during the student exchange in UK, newspapers to be created by students at the end of each year, teaching the national sports, traditional food and folk dance of all the partner countries to the students of other schools.
Each school will establish a Diversity Club. Students meet every week and discuss issues of diversity and design activities to introduce various culture groups within the school. Students will embrace and celebrate their similarities and differences while fighting against bullying via the school's diversity club. The club consists of students who want to spread cultural acceptance through their school and community.
We will share the outputs such as presentations, leaflets, audio-visual daily language dictionary and different contests etc on twinspace, on the project website and YouTube. Therefore we will make access possible for everyone who wants to see the concrete results of the project and learn about it. They will be available for all the people around the world after the project finishes.
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Team


SCOALA GIMNAZIALA NR.1 BRANESTI, ILFOV, ROMANIA

COORDINATOR

23 NISAN ORTAOKULU, KECIOREN, ANKARA, TURKEY

PARTNER

Agrupamento de Escolas Alexandre Herculano, Santarem, Portugal

PARTNER

Osnovna skola Petrijanec, CROATIA

PARTNER

Szkola Podstawowa nr 7 w Ostrowie Wielkopolskim, POLAND

PARTNER

Alec Hunter Academy,BRAINTREE, ESSEX, THE UK

PARTNER

RESULTS


The best practices we experienced during 2 years of Project are on this Guide. Students discussed issues of diversity and designed activities to introduce various culture groups within the school. They embraced and celebrated their similarities and differences.

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Our Journey for more than 2 years rewarded with Quality Label in Portugal

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Pupils from 6 partner schools studied and vocalized other countries' daily expressions and we recorded the audios, then combine all of them in an online dictionary.

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Game created using Scratch coding

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Jingle played by pupils

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We are glad to present you our schools and our Amazing pupils. Enjoy!

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Awards received by our Project

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Our pupils designed them. Have a look!

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WEB 2.0. TOOLS AND ROBOTICS , by Jasminka Belščak Petrijanec, Croatia, June 5-9 2019

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Pupils from 6 partner schools crafted 3D model of the most important historical places from their countries.

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Transnational Management Meetings


TPM in Santarem, Portugal

TPM in Santarem, Portugal

Our kick-off management meeting minutes in Portugal Transnational Project Meeting Minutes Place: Santarem, Portugal Duration: the 26th of Nov. 2017- 30th of Nov. 2017 Date: 30th of November 2017 Chaired by Mr. Sergio Coelho and Mrs. Manuela Farinha

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TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETING IN ANKARA, TURKEY

TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT MEETING IN ANKARA, TURKEY

Our final management meeting minutes in Turkey:Transnational Project Meeting Minutes Place: Kecioren, Ankara, Turkey Duration: the 12June 2019- 17th June 2019 Date: 17June 2019 Chaired by Mrs. Yasemin Unalp

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Learning/Teaching/Training Activities


Duration: the 04th-08th of June 2018 Date: 08th of June 2018 Chaired by Mrs. Jasminka Belscak

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Place: Braintree, Essex, UK Duration: the 16th of April 2018- 20th of April 2018 Date: 20th of April 2018 Chaired by Mrs. Emma Depper and Mrs. Carola Ruth

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01-05 October 2018 Attendance: Croatia, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Turkey, UK Chaired by Mrs. Monika Drijanska

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Short- term exchanges of groups of pupils Place: Branesti, Romania Duration: the 25th March 2019- 29th March 2019 Date: 29th March 2019 Chaired by Mrs. Anisoara Aydin

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