RSC Europe day celebration11 mai 2022
Every year, May 9 is associated with the celebration of Europe Day. This day marks the anniversary of the "Schuman Declaration" of 1950. It outlines the idea of a new form of political cooperation in Europe that would make war between European nations unthinkable. Robert Schuman's proposal is seen as the beginning of building a community of countries that we now call the European Union. Pupils from 5th to 9th grade had chosen a European country from the list in advance. At home, they studied the necessary information about it, prepared pictures, and focused on important personalities, points of interest and attractions of the state. The task of the students in each class was to create a poster that would capture the country as much as possible. And so the students cut, drew, glued, wrote. They used their creativity, imagination, but also knowledge. They worked very actively in groups to make the result of their joint work unique. We also commemorated Europe Day in a math class. The six first repeated the characteristics of the polygons and drew their first regular 5-pointed star according to the instructions. And so 12 stars were created on the flag of the European Union. This is EUROPE DAY, which is a celebration of peace and unity in Europe, celebrated by us, the students of A. Sládkovič Primary School. We integrated the celebration into learning process - in Maths, Geography, History and Civics.