Základní škola Praha 7,
Our school is divided into first
(1st – 5th class) and second
(6th – 9th class grade).
There are 20 teachers and
about 200 students attending
Compulsory school attendance
in the Czech Republic starts for
children in the age of 6 and it is
complete when they are 15.
Our school takes part in Health School Association. The project is beeing guaranted by
National Health Organisation under the World Health Organisation. Thanks to this Project
we are beeing provided for example: drinking regime, relaxation items in classrooms and
special teaching aids.
School is also included into Project „School for everyone“ under the Open Society Fund
Association as a one of ten schools in the Czech Republic.
School is specially focused on Information
Technologies. We also have special clases for
children with learning difficulties.
We have a great choice of voluntary subjects
for children – pottery, computers, drama works,
first aid lessons, sport, languages, singing etc.
As a compulsory foreing languages are from
3rd grade taught German and English.
School is equiped by school playground, two
gymnasiums, school club for children‘s free
time, school canteen, afternoon club for young
We are one of four schools in the Czech
Republic which has been involved into Home
We organise open-air schools, skiing courses, school trips and school fests.
The school building is very
old. It has been found in 1894.
Prague is among the most frequently visited cities in the world. Places of
interest for tourists are not, however, concentrated just there. Every part of
Bohemia and Moravia has something to offer visitors.
For some it is old cathedrals and picturescue coves of historical towns,
others value the silent mountain valleys or the mysterious atmosphere of
romantic ruins and ancient castles.
The Karlstejn castle is one
of the most visited sites in
It was built under order of
Charles IV from 1348-
1355 to serve as the
repository of the Czech
Bobbin lace and the town of Vamberk
(which is situated in the middle-north part
of Czech republic) cannot be thought apart
from each other. As can we read in old
chronicles, tradition of lace-making in the
area of Vamberk is more than 400 years
Skilful lace makers were straggle over the
whole Orlicke mountains (mountains in the
north-east of Czech republic), especially in
the area of Vamberk.
This old craft is one of most
widely used crafts in our
country. The beggining of
this craft can be placed to
Recently it is used for house
decorating and as an art-
The first fishponds may well have been established during the reign of Charles IV. One of
the oldest and largest ponds in the Třeboň region, Dvořiště, is datable back to the second
half of the 14th century (1363). In 1450, there were already as many as twenty ponds
covering about 700 hectares
Czech kitchen and traditional recipes
Bohemian cuisine is influenced by two major culinary themes: the German-Czech
culinary tradition, with its strong regional variation, dominating naturally in those
part of the land which were inhabited mostly by Germans – and Czech Slavonic
cooking and eating customs, which are entirely different from the cousine of other
Iohannes Amos Comenius 1592 - 1670
(John Amos Comenius)
„The father of modern education“
Moravian bishop, throughout his life he tried to improve
the ways students were taught.
The most important works:
The Great Didactica
Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart
Schola Ludus, School by Play
The Gate of Languages unlocked
Emil Zatopek 1922 - 2000
„The legend of world athletics“
Seven gold medals in athletics.
(Three gold medals winner in athletics at
the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki.)
Thirteen world records.
"I was not talented enough to run and smile at the same time."
Základní škola Praha 7
170 00Prgue 7
Mgr. Ivo Mlejnecký +420 233 370 782, letohradskavolny.cz
Comenius Project Coordinator:
Olga Kovářová +420 603 260 604, email@example.com