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  • 1. Comenius Project 2009-2011
    Primary Integration School No 21 Koszalin, Poland
    Days of different cultures
  • 2. The Day of Our School Patron
    The Patron of our school - Kornel Makuszyński is a famous writer for children and the youth.Every year we prepare the Day of Our School Patron.
  • 3. Some of his books
  • 4. The Day of Our School Patron
    Students dressed up in one
    of the most famous characters
    from Makuszyński’s books.
  • 5. The Day of Our School Patron
  • 6. The Day of Our School Patron
  • 7. The Day of Our School Patron
  • 8.
  • 9. SPRING / EASTER
    The day of spring – full of joy
    and excitement.
    Spring competitions.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. On the first day of spring people make dolls symbolizing winter and burn them in fires or throw them to the river or sea. It means winter is over and spring has come.
  • 13. In spring we have some specific Easter traditions. The holiday has more of a religious significance. The period of Lent starts on Ash Wednesday. On that day all the churches hold services, at which ash is sprinkled on the worshippers heads as a symbol of humility and the inevitability of death. During Lent, many Catholics gave up some of their pleasures, for e.g. eating chocolate or drinking alcohol.
  • 14. The last Sunday before Easter is called Palm Sunday. On this day, worshippers take the richly decorated catkin branches to church where they are consecrated by the priest. Palm Sunday is the beginning of the Holy Week.
    Another significant day is Good Friday when Jesus Christ died on the Cross. On this day, Polish people refrain from eating meat and they go to church to pray at the symbolic tomb of Christ.
  • 15. Holy Saturday is the time for painting " Easter eggs". On this day, brightly coloured eggs, a piece of bread, a sausage, salt and the Easter Lamb made of butter or sugar are put into a basket and taken to church for consecration. The most important day of Easter is the Sunday, the Christian feast of the Resurrection of Jesus. On this day Polish families have a rich breakfast consisting mainly of eggs ( they are eaten to mark the birth of new life), sausages, meat, cakes and a special dessert made of cheese and delicacies called " pascha". All the churches hold services and many people participate at Mass and take Holy Communion.
  • 16. Students together with their parents take part in a lesson concerning spring and Easter
  • 17. Everybody takes an active role in the classes.
    They sing Easter or spring songs and Make Easter decorations
  • 18. At the end of the classes all the Easter eggs made
    by the students
    are displayed
    in the classroom
  • 19. The students give
    a performance about Easter traditions
  • 20. The performance is shown to the parents
  • 21. The students and the parents were happy to take
    part in the performance
  • 22. Fruit and Vegetable Day
  • 23. During this day the students
    give a performance about
    healthy food. In a lively way they
    present that eating fruit and
    vegetables is necessary.
    Many guests are invited.
  • 24. Funny creatures are made from
    fruit and vegetables
  • 25. After the show there is time
    for eating some healthy food