Our project is organized by the following activities

Each school decides for its institution how to carry out activities in accordance with age and abilities of their pupils.  Dates below are approximately and will be adapted suitable to the partners holidays and examination dates.

Photos will be taken continuously during project activities for the photo walls at each partner school and will be sent successively to all partners supplemented with some notes in English.

At the end of each activity a form will be completed. It will hold what had been done, reason for choosing it, how it was executed, results and annotations. When all partners have agreed on what to collect in our online-manual the corresponding forms will be translated into English. The forms of each school in national language will be kept in the folders of the corresponding institution.

A0. September 2014 Launch of project logo contest.

First term: Keeping rules

A1. October 2014: Pupils record for two weeks positive and negative incidents at their schools, discuss their observations and effects of disrespecting rules, write jointly a report. Posting the report in all classes, translation into English, sending it to all partners.

A2. November: The own school's report will be subject of a lesson in all classes, pupils decide individually which three rules are most important for them living together in a community. Evaluation by Comenius team, summary and posting of the results in each class. Translation, exchange with partners, each school compares, transferring the results to our website.      

Deciding on school winner of logo competition

A3.  December: Pupils sketch short plays that demonstrate the importance of rules in their institutions.

A4. January 2015: Practicing and performing the play to an audience, taking a video of the performance to show it e.g. on Open Days

Second term:  Showing willingness to make efforts

A5. February: Writing/drawing competition  about "I would like my life to be like that in 10 years."

Presentation of the results in an exhibition to the public, sending copies of drawings to partners.

A6. March: Discussion on how to reach goals, pupils choose one individual target write it down as letter to themself, explain choice. Record for two weeks each day if they have stuck to their own agreement. (kindergarten one goal for whole group)

Exercises (games) to train concentration.

Deciding on project logo.

A7. April: Discussion regarding the achievements of the self-set targets and about strategies for keeping up to reach goals. Designing motivation-memos (kindergarten: images) for desks, mirrows etc. that inspire not to give up. Exhibition of motivation-memos in school hall, transfer of examples to website.

A8. May: Visiting places outside school to practice persistence (e.g. climbing forest or wall, longer hikes). preparing progress report and first year evaluation (questionnaires)

A9. June: Inviting people to school to hear about their visions of their later life they had as youngsters and if and how their visions have become reality.

A10. July:  Updating online-manual and eTwinning /TwinSpace

Third term: Showing each other respect and appreciation

A11. September: "Living in a community is great." Competition drawing strip cartoons/picture stories/poems on considerate behaviour, helpfulness, compassion. Exhibition, winning results presented on website

A12. October: Preoccupation with other cultures. Partners exchange information on traditional food, songs...and prepare it. Presentation to parents or at public school event.

A13. November:  Visiting religious institution or watch movie about it. Visiting an old peoples home, sheltered workshop or similar, doing something together with its residents and telling each other from one's life.

A14. December: Slogan contest (drawings at kindergarten, explanations added): "Take on consideration...", exhibition, choosing best slogans/pictures, publishing it in school relevant papers / on website.

A15. January 2016: Preoccupation with "Direct and indirect bullying", gaining experience through exercises, discussion and providing food for thoughts.


Fourth term: Act responsible

A16 February. Write a script about "Saving and wasting", prepare a video of it without words that calls for careful handling of things in everyday life - for presentations in classes, at events and sharing with partners.

 A17. March: Dealing with one's own time, pupils record (kindergarten: parents) their daily life routine for a few days in a nutshell, each school evaluates all records and creates one common graphic , all graphics presented on the website, all partners compare

A18. April: "Friends at school - friends at Facebook" Where are the differences? Discussion (kindergarten differences between the behaviour/responsibilities at school/home)

A19. May: Doing exercises on " You can count on me"

A20. June/July: Completing online manual/manual folders

A21. July/August: Completing website, eTwinning/TwinSpace, writing final report