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Hello, Ola, Dzień dobry, ça pousse dans votre jardin ?
Start date: Jun 1, 2016, End date: May 31, 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The primary school of Saint-Blin is situated in a remote and very rural part. The teachers of the school, all involved in the project, wish to broaden their pupils interests. To achieve this aim, they want to share their project about a garden with three or four European partners. During the first year, the classes will introduce themsleves and then will work on scarecrows. Each country will have its own scarecrow travelling around the partners schools and will have to come back with a specific cultural element of each country.Partners will exchange through mails but also letters.Regular reports will enable the partners to match objectives and activities, and adapt the calendar.During the second year, the classes will have to create small flowerbeds, representing different European flags. Pupils will have to record the building instructions to send to their European classmates. Each class will take part in the project through different ways :for instance, KS1pupils could prepare nursery rhymes, songs or dances about flowers or spring and send them to the partners. KS2 and KS3 pupils will work on the scientific part and will communicate in English with their European classmates. They will also create a sort of movie with photographs and audio comments (such as Movie-Maker products) to recap the different steps of the project.The different partners will communicate through eTwinning, Skype, mails and traditionnal mailing along this project. Traditional letters provide interesting cultural elements (handwritings, stamps...). They can be part of a final exhibition.At the end of the project, partners will have to fill in a form they would have prepared before making a final report. They will have to draw a report on the activities, the communication between partners, the levels of assessment for pupils skills, the impact on their own school.As a conclusion, the teachers really hope that this project will broaden their pupils' horizon an lead them to feel like European citizens. They also believe that this action will help pupils to enhance their skills through different school subjects (English, Science, ICT, Geography) and to create emulation for English learning, in a real and active situation of communication.
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