During our mobility in Sicily, we'll finish our "Volunteering Mind Map", which includes all the contributions of all the countries involved in this project. Have a look on the ongoing of the mind map that the Italian school has sent to us.
We're ready for our mobility in Istituto Comprensivo Statale „Margherita di Navarra”Scuola dell’Infanzia, Primaria e Secondria di I grado (Monreale- Palermo- Sicily- Italy) 13-19. 10
Our 3rd grade students Teresa, Dánae, Claudia, Raquel, Nieves, Alicia, Lucas y Daniel are gonna sepend one week in Istituto Comprensivo Statale "Margherita di Navarra” Scuola dell’Infanzia, Primaria e Secondria di I grado (Monreale- Palermo- Sicily- Italy), accompanied by the teachers Ana Feli and Angeles. Here is a picture of the whole team with Jenni, our Finnish Erasmus+ assistant.
our Mobility in Sicily Volunteering Team is been working together with the priceless help of Jenni Virtanen, our Finnish assistant
From 13th to 19th October we're gonna have our 4th mobility in Sicily (Italy). One of the tasks is a Volunteering Photo Competition. These are our pictures about our volunteering actions during these years for the
Our first two pictures are referred to volunteering in the Charity Bar of Cáritas and our students helping in the Charity Shop of Manos Unidas. Then we add three more pictures about our volunteering in Red Cross where our Hgh School students were helping other younger students with learning difficulties. They were also performing games and dynamics for the wee ones after school. The last three pictures are related to the volunteering actions which took place in our school. Our Environment League watered the trees and plants while kept in good conditions the common areas of our courtyard. They also made bins for each classroom to promote recycling.
Spanish contributions for the Mind Map:
Reasons we are in this Erasmus + project:
We want to visit new cultures
We want to meet new people
We want to help people
We want to learn more English
And eat new type of food
Good things about Spanish people and culture:
We are warm and friendly
We know how to relax
Our typical food is rich and healthy
We are lively and funny
What kind of Europe we want to live in?:
We want Europe with peace
Europe without poor people and without conflicts
No discrimination and no wars
Poland, Italy, Latvia, Czech Republik, Finland and Spain will lead us in this volunteering adventure. Click the image below
Our Consaburum Environment League doing their volunteering in our High School. They are the keepers of the garden and they are watering are maintaining all the grounds of the school in perfect conditions. Go green volunteers!
And last but no least, here go the boxes for reciclyng made by our students. They will be placed in each classroom. They are one for batteries, one for paper and one more for plastics.
Our KA 219 Erasmus+ and eTwinning projects "We want to volunteer to make the world a better place" have another task. This time our students have done their best in a shadow theater about environment awareness. IES Consaburum Environment League has made a video with our proposal. We also want to make a tribute to the 30th anniversary of Erasmus+ and the 50th anniversary of our High School IES Consaburum. Go green!
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During our first mobility in Poland, our students were engaged handmaking their own toy/ pet project proposals. A thrilling contest took place there and eventually we got our Volunteeddy, made by a Polish student, who was the winner of the contest. Welcome on board Volunteeddy!
Another afternoon giving learning support by Cecilia and Sandra. Our volunteers are more and more selfconfident with their volunteering services in Red Cross. They love helping other children with their studies while spending a enjoyable time with them. Well done girls!