Sarar Religious High School For Girls
Our school is a state school which has 729 students(9 of them are SEN students) and 84 teachers. It contains only girls as a student. English and Arabic languages has been taught. Our school's success in the university entrance exam is %80. We care about our students' academic success besides development of citizenship. There are some local and international project held in our school. We have four different parts in our school; kindergarten, middle school, high school and open high school. we have students from eight different countries. We are a religious school, so some lessons are about Islam, Kuran(our holy book) and Prophet Muhammed's life and thoughts. Our students have national and international medals for several sports. We encourage them doing some kind of sports, e.g. pin pon, chess, badminton, volleyball, gymnastics etc. We support our students for having healthy diet in our cafeteria. We develop students' characters and increase self-esteem with extra-curriculum activities such as trips, conferences, courses, plays etc. Our school is one of the best schools in Eskişehir.
Özkan Halaç Özel Eğitim Meslek Okulu
Our school is a vocational school where mildly mentally retarded
individuals are educated. There are 130 students in our school. There
are 1 manager and 2 deputy directors and 38 teachers. half of these
teachers are special education teachers but others are vocational
teachers. school management, accommodation workshop, food and beverage
services workshop, information technology workshop, handicraft
workshop, ceramic workshop. The aim of our school is to provide
vocational education for disabled students and help them to be placed
in the job.
Colegiul Național de Artă „George Apostu” Bacău
„George Apostu” Art National College Bacău, Romania is a public body, under the authority of the Romanian Ministry of Education.
„George Apostu” Art National College was established in 1957 as an artistic-vocational educational institution, the only one of this type in Bacau county.
Anually, our college schools approximatively 920 students. Currently, 910 children aged 6-19 attend it. Alongside the college, other two non-artistic preschool institutions functioning within the structure, under our authority.
A number of 123 educators work in this college, teaching various art specialities and subjects of the general curriculum as well: piano, violin, theoretical and solfegian specialties, and optionally chorus, one of the instruments of the symphonic orchestra as a main instrument, music theory and solfeggio. Within the college, students can study besides a lot of musical instruments, classical, modern or traditional singing, chamber music, the history of music, harmony, folklore, musical forms. Fine arts and architecture: monumental painting, easel painting, graphics, sculpture, as well as choreography- classical, modern, contemporary dance, are options for our talented students. Beside these, students from primary school, complete their art education with social and non-formal education activities, which, are complementing their education by developing students’ language and their dialogue skills, their tolerance to diversity and support for cultural interaction.
The students of the Art National College in Bacau have good and very good school results, obtaining prizes and valuable qualifications in both general curriculum and artistic competitions, regionally, nationally and internationally.
The school is open towards Europe, offering participants in international competitions as well as talented students in prestigious European universities.
Beside offering highly professional artistic education, the Art College in Bacau also provides inclusive education, with equal chances for the children coming from the nearby areas or from the rural areas of the county, some of them disadvantaged. Thus, we ensure the possibilty of study with the help of a grant offered by the Local Council to a number of approximatively 50 students with poor financial situations or who come from rroma families.A number of 97 students studying in our school have one or both parents working abroad.
Adriana Busuioc, headteacher, teacher of Visual Arts, has been part of Comenius and Erasmus+ teams:
- the Comenius multilateral project entitled “Biodiversity conservation the only path to our survival”, 2014-2016;
- The Erasmus+ KA2 transnational project entitled “Reduce, recycle, Reuse”, with partners from France, Italy, Poland, Turkey
- the project of strategic partnership entitled “A Constructive Approach to Teaching – Creative Drama” 2015-2016, with ISJ Bacau(national coordinator)
- in March 2016 she participated in the international course entitled “The Power of Non Formal Education”, in Portugal, organised by Salto. She has management competences, language skills, team organizational skills.
Ana-Maria Rotaru, English teacher and school inspector for European projects, with a lot of experience in Erasmus+, skilled in project management, team management, language and communication training skills.
Chief accountant- can manage European funds according to provisions of the law.
Zespół Szkół nr 6 w Rybniku
Zespół Szkół nr 6 w Rybniku is located in southern Poland, the city of Rybnik at 50 Km away from Katowice. Our Complex of schools is a public body. It consists of junior high school for students with disabilities, vocational special needs school and vocational school preparing for work.
At present there are 140 enrolled students ranging from 12-24 years old, 50 teachers and 20 non-teaching stuff.
All students need a special education (mental retardation, visual impairments, learning disabilities, health and physical impairments, communication disorders, speech impairments etc.). At this school we teach specific occupations so students are prepared for life in the real world, some examples are: baker, confectioner, brick layer, seller, painter, gardener (for students with mild disability), cook’ s helper, gardener’s helper (for students with severe disability). Along with our job training program we provide the students with various types of therapy (physical, music, animal therapy) to help them get to know themselves better. General tasks or duties of our school are as follows: give students with special needs professional education, to prepare them to have a professional job in their life, help them to get practical training whilst they are still at school, prepare them to pass vocational exam at the end of education, help our students get to know themselves better and develop their capabilities, inform families of our students how to support their children, support students after they finish our school and they look for a job, get in touch with other organizations which help disabled people and unemployed people in getting a job, integrate students with the community.
Our students come from families with behavioral and financial problems. Students in families do not have the opportunity to meet national traditions of other countries and cultures The task of schools is to show students many opportunities and information about other people's lives that will give them the chance to choose priorities and ways of living independently. Participation in the projects is a chance for students to get to know people from other countries, their customs and traditions. It teaches respect and tolerance for differences.
As a partner in this initiative we will take active part in all activities. We will participate in partners' meeting and present our country and our school there, using presentations, discussions and fruitful dialogue with partners. We will be involved from planning till implementation and evaluation of this project. We will disseminate the progress of the project among all the students in school, their parents and local authorities.
Special Education High School of Kavala
Special Education High School of Kavala is a professional public-secondary special education school and was established in Kavala at 2015. It covers all the needs of Kavala territory.
The school consists of 45 students with mild cognitive impairment, in the autism spectrum, with more learning difficulties, complex psycho-emotional and social disorders, behavioral difficulties, speech, hearing, and vision problems.
Special Education High School of Kavala which is considered to be a prototype special education school provides theoretical and practical knowledge according the laws of ministry of education. Furthermore it provides social programs and activities with main purpose to fight social discrimination and help students with special needs integrate society as equals.
This school gives psychological help to students and also a clear way to enter society. With the help of their teachers and helping stuff they develop knowledge and communication abilities and have three educational paths: Informatics, Physiotherapy, and Agriculture.
A lot of effort is being given to have the best results about education of children with special needs so as they have better access to activities that will help them integrate society and survive by themselves with only little help.
For the same reason except of the theoretical and practical knowledge, school also provides visits to places of high society interest. A lot of professionals and scientists also visit our school to give information about crucial subjects to our students. Furthermore, we run programs and activities about civilization, sports, health, innovation jobs, culture, environment so as our students come closer to society and civilization and become ready for a better working and educational future. All these activities take place with the help of teachers and helping stuff.