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  • 1. Elva GymnasiumESTONIA
    Presentation in Bari, Italy 12-16 January 2011
    Krista Ummik
  • 2. Elva Gymnasium is housed in two buildings
    The old building:
    Forms 1-6
    The new building
    Forms 7-12
  • 3. Facts about Elva Gymnasium
    • Founded in 1913
    • 4. Number of staff: 83
    • 5. Director: Matti Kangor
    • 6. Number of students: 960
    • 7. Forms 1-12
    • 8. Plus 7 classes of non-stationary students
  • Entrance hall and cloakrooms
  • 9. Number of teachers: 83Here are just a few in the pictures:
  • 10. Three options for 10th-formers:
    • The students can choose to study in one of the three branches.
    • 11. Students can focus on developing their
    • 12. Linguistic skills
    • 13. Knowledge of sciences
    • 14. Practical skills
  • Traditions
    • Celebration of 1 September with a procession through Elva
    • 15. Welcome party to the 10-formers
    • 16. Earth Day
    • 17. Spring Concert
    • 18. School Almanac
    • 19. Exhibitions of students’ work
  • More traditions
    • Sports day
    • 20. Teachers` Day celebration
    • 21. Celebration of the School Anniversary
    • 22. Charity fair at Christmas
    • 23. The Eurovision contest at EG
    • 24. International projects
  • Traditions
    • Celebrations of 1 September
  • Two pics of the song festival grounds
    • 1 September 2010
    • 25. 8 January 2011
  • Sports day
    Autumn 2010
  • 26. Sports day
    2010
  • 27. Teachers’ Day
    October 2010
  • 28. Earth Day
    • Students collect litter in the parks and forests.
    • 29. Also, workshops in which students learn new skills.
    • 30. The day ends with a party in the song festival grounds.
  • Exhibitions of students’ work
  • 31. Charity fair at Christmas to support the Tartu animal shelter
  • 32. The „Christmasvision“ contest
    Both students ...
    • ...and teachers participate.
  • International projects in EG2006-2009
    Title: Teambuilding and Support Strategies   
           Partners:
    • Almasgymnasiet (Sweden)
    • 33. De Smalle Koolkerke (Belgium)
    • 34. Istituto Tecnico  Commerciale “Libero Grassi” (Italy)
    • 35. Mansfeld-Schule (Germany)
    • 36. Sint- Jozefistituut (Belgium),
    • 37. Sørreisa Sentralskole (Norway)
    • 38. Zespól Szkól w Libiąžu (Poland)
  • International projects2000 - 2002
    Title: Similar but Different
    Elva Primary School
    • Partners: Griffin Park Community Primary, Blackburn, United Kingdom
    • 39. Perniön Kirkonkylan ala-aste, Perniö, Finland
  • International projects
    • Partners: - Sonder Vissing Skole, Braedstrup, Denmark,- Queen Mary's High School, Birmingham, United Kingdom- De Bron, Tielt, Belgium (Flamish speaking) 
    • 40. Euroteens 1997-2002
    • 41. We do Comenius projects – no matter what!
  • A glance at some classes at EG
    Geography class
    English class
  • 42. Art
  • 43. Chemistry lab
  • 44. Computer class
  • 45. Metal and wood work
  • 46. Handicraft (girls)
  • 47. School canteen
    Free lunches? No way!
    Why not? All students at EG are provided with free lunches!!!!
  • 48. And a few pics of wintry Elvaour home town
    Railway station
    Driving towards the school
  • 49. Kesk Street – the biggest street in Elva
  • 50. Kesk Street
  • 51. Covered in snow
    Behind the heaps of snow – the song festival grounds ...
    ... and the tennis court
  • 52.
  • 53. Some big blocks of flats right beside the school...
    ... and a few detached houses
  • 54. The new housing district
  • 55. Elva Cultural Centre
    Elva on a wintry Sunday
  • 56. No, you’re not in the forest, it’s still the town of Elva
  • 57. Photos by
    Margit Thomson
    Imbi Koppel
    Helle Saue
    Geil Siim
    Tiia Kuresoo
    Krista Ummik
  • 58. Thank you for watching