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    • 1. http://icferrari-parma.scuolaer.it Istituto Comprensivo “Giacomo Ferrari” Parma - Italy
    • 2.
      • Supports children personal growth
      • Teaches respect for rules, for neighbour and the sense of social solidarity
      • Promots the learning of logical, linguistic, technological and operational skills
      • Offers to pupils training activities and a curriculum counselling path
      Educational choices
    • 3. Kindergarten “ Sergio Neri” 6 classes Age 3-5 Primary School “ Anna Frank” 12 classes Age 6-10 Hospital School (Primary and Secondary School) Age 6 -18 Istituto Comprensivo “Giacomo Ferrari” Secondary lower School “ G. Ferrari” 17 classes Age 11-13
    • 4. NORMAL TIME CLASSES 3 days 8.10 a.m. - 1.00 p.m. 2 days 8.10 a.m. - 4.30 p.m. LONG-TIME CLASSES 5 days 8.30 a.m. - 4.30 p.m. . SCHOOL TIME Primary School From monday to Friday (no school on Saturday)
    • 5. NORMAL TIME CLASSES 4 days 8.00 a.m. - 1.30 p.m. 1 day 8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. LONG-TIME CLASSES 2 days 8.00 a.m. - 1.30 p.m. 2 days 8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. 1 day 8.00 a.m. - 4.50 p.m. MUSIC CLASSES 4 days 8.00 a.m. - 1.30 p.m. 1 days 8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. 2 afternoons per week, 2 tuition modules and 1 module music theory SCHOOL TIME Secondary lower School From monday to Friday (no school on Saturday)
    • 6. Subject distribution - CLASSES IN NORMAL TIME Secondary lower School Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8.00 a.m. – 9.00 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 9.00 a.m. – 10.00 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 10.00 a.m . – 10.50 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 10.00 a.m . – 11.00 a.m. break break break break break 11.00 a.m . – 11.50 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 11.50 a.m . – 12.40 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 12.40 a.m . – 1.30 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 1.30 p.m . – 2.20 p.m. Lunch 2.20 a.m . – 3.10 p.m. Compulsory Subject 3.10 a.m . – 4.00 p.m. Compulsory Subject
    • 7. Weekly Timetable Secondary lower School NORMAL TIME Subjects 1 st Year 2 nd Year 3 rd Year Letters 11 11 11 Italian History Geography 10 10 10 Discussion 1 1 1 Math/Science/Technology 9 10 9 Math/Science 7 7 7 Technology 2 2 + 1 2 Foreign Languages 5 5 6 English 3 3 3 +1 French 2 2 2 Art 2 2 2 Music 2 + 1 2 2 Physical Education 2 2 2 Religion 1 1 1 Total 33 33 33
    • 8. Subject distribution LONG-TIME CLASSES Secondary lower School Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8.00 a.m. – 9.00 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 9.00 a.m. – 10.00 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 10.00 a.m . – 10.50 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 10.00 a.m . – 11.00 a.m. break break break break break 11.00 a.m . – 11.50 a.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 11.50 a.m . – 12.40 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 12.40 p.m . – 1.30 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 1.30 p.m . – 2.20 p.m. Lunch Lunch Lunch 2.20 p.m . – 3.10 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 3.10 p.m . – 4.00 p.m. Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject Compulsory Subject 4.10 p.m . – 4.50 p.m. Compulsory Subject
    • 9. Weekly Timetable Secondary lower School Subjects LONG-TIME CLASSES Letters 15 Italian 11 History - Geography 3 Discussion 1 Math/Science/Technology 10 Math/Science 8 Technology 2 Foreign Languages 5 English 3 French 2 Art 2 Music 2 Physical Education 2 Religion 1 Total 37
    • 10. During their stay at school (three years) pupils learn to play an instrument selected thanks to an aptitude test. They can choose among flute, violin, horn or piano . Pupils are eligible to apply only after taking an aptitude test which evaluates their ability to recognize pitch and tune and to reproduce sounds, their tonal memory and rhythm discrimination and reproduction. MUSIC CLASSES Secondary lower School
    • 11.
      • Projects promoting the wellbeing and the readiness to get in touch with others
      Piano dell'Offerta Formativa (P.O.F.)
    • 12.
      • AIM:  
      • To give to children a different mathematical approach
      • To create apt atmospheres to the development of the mathematical language 
      • Activities:
      • Structured activities in order to learn
      • Natural numbers (amount and largenesses)
      • Relations of order between the numbers
      • Change
      • To coordinate the semeiotic symbols starting from the various representations.
      • To replace “the more economic” symbol to the realistic design.
      • To operate examples of equations.
      • To learn the base concepts of traditional geometry.
      • Time : Two hours a week
      Collaboration with the university of Parma Department of Mathematics Mathematics P.O.F. Primary School For students of the first classes ( Age 6)
    • 13. AIMS: Informing the Primary Schools teachers of the region about the Secondary School System Activities: Secondary and Primary School teachers‘ meetings Time : December Aim: Making our school known to Primary School students Activities: M usic, arts, ICT, science and history workshops at the Secondary School Time: December
      • Aim: Information passage of students data to form the first classes
      • Activities: Meetings between teachers from Primary and Secondary School
      • Times: May / June
      Continuity For pupils of local primary schools P.O.F. Primary School Secondary lower School Aims: To guide parents in choosing the school that suits their children’s ducational needs explaining the P.O.F. (Academic Plan) Activities: Meetings with the parents of the prospective first classes Times: December
    • 14.
      • Aims
        • Valorization of the individual resources, (which are not always recognized by the school);
        • Giving dyslexic pupils the opportunity of a positive curriculum;
        • Support to the teachers.
      • Activities:
        • Arranging a personalized teaching plan (in order to identify appropriate compensatory and dispensational tools)
      • Time: the whole school year.
      Turned to pupils with Specific Learning Disorders and their teachers Dyslexia P.O.F. Primary School Secondary lower School
    • 15.
      • Aims:
        • Fostering the habit of boys and girls to recognize the appropriate ways to protect and promote their welfare;
        • Leading boys and girls to the self-consciousness of the value of their bodies, to the knowledge of the problems associated with their development and the affirmation of their identity;
        • Preventing from dependency;
        • Developing the concept of respect for the environment and enhancing appropriate behaviours
      • Activities :
        • Talks by experts to discuss about the following topics:
              • Health and lifestyles
              • Solidarity projects
              • Sexuality and affectivity
              • Local resources
              • Old and new dependency forms
              • Food and environmental education
            • Time: The whole school year
      Health education For all pupils P.O.F. Secondary lower School
    • 16.
      • Projects to learn how to use all the languages to become citizens of the world
      Piano dell'Offerta Formativa
    • 17.
      • Aims:
      • Encouraging interchange between the school and the area;
      • Pooling resources for research, testing, documentation:,
      • Collaborating in the provision of courses and teaching strategies
      • Giving "goals" and "motivation" new and different to the work of students through co-operation
      • Activities:
      Computer For pupils and teachers P.O.F. Primary School Secondary lower School Educational training - Planning and running educational interventions Cooperation and coordination of working and studying groups
      • Learning to cooperate
      • - Managing cooperation
      Sharing information and knowledge
      • Learning to interact in group
      • Designing and engineering documents
    • 18.
      • Aims:
        • Broadening cultural horizons through the direct knowledge of the cultures whose languages are learned at school;
        • Creating contexts of authenticity through which students are more exposed to the language they are learning;
        • Creating cooperative learning environments, for specific educational activities through collaboration between the teacher, the foreign student and heterogeneous groups of pupils in the class
      • Activities:
        • Lessons with the mother tongue student
          • Time: from January to May
      Erasmus For pupils of second and third year English and French P.O.F. Secondary lower School
    • 19.
      • Complementary Activities
      To complement and enrich the knowledge of school pupils Piano dell'Offerta Formativa
    • 20.
      • Guided tours and educational trips
      • Music activity
      Complementary activities P.O.F.
      • Theatre activity
      Primary School
      • Laboratory history of Parma
      • Sport activities
      • Team games, judo, athletics…
    • 21.
      • Guided tours and educational trips
      • Strengthening of laboratories in mathematics and Latin
      • Aims:
        • Valorizing excellence
        • Stimulating the exploration and the acquisition of autonomy
        • Contributing to the orientation of interests and abilities of pupils
      • Activities:
        • Mathematics workshops (with lecturers from the University of Parma - Department of Mathematics)
        • Latin course (outside expert)
      • Sport activities
      • Cross country, athletics, badminton, rugby, basketball, volleyball, etc
      Complementary activities 1 P.O.F.
      • Theatre activity
      Secondary lower School
    • 22.
      • Participation in events: cinema, theatre (in a foreign language)
      • Support in carrying out homework
      • Aims:
        • Overcoming school failure by recovering basic skills;
        • Becoming more confident in one’s abilities
      • Activities:
        • afternoon workshops with volunteers teachers outside the school
      • Laboratories of cognitive enhancement through the Feuerstein method
      • Aims:
        • Promoting a positive attitude towards learning;
        • Experiencing mediated learning
      • Activities: workshops conducted by experts (first year)
      Complementary activities 2 P.O.F. Secondary lower School
    • 23. Prof.ssa Maria Bedodi Prof.ssa Stefania Carpi