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Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN))

Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN))



Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN))

Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN))



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    Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN)) Prezentare Şcoala "Elena Cuza" Iaşi (EN)) Presentation Transcript

    • I aşi T he cultural capital of the country
    • “ Elena Cuza” School a school which is open to diversity and change
    • School space
      • 24 spacious and well-furnished classrooms
      • Laboratories:
        • 2 laboratories (biology-geography, physics-chemistry);
        • 2 computer rooms, equipped with modern resources and facilities;
        • 1 psycho-pedagogical school office;
        • 1 inclusive education room;
        • 1 consulting room;
        • a library with more than 15000 volumes and a reading room;
        • 1 gymna s ium and a sports ground;
    • The school staff
      • Teaching staff:
        • 12 educators;
        • 21 teachers;
        • 1 psycho-pedagogical counsellor;
        • 1 itinerant teacher;
        • 1 speech therapist;
        • 1 school mediator;
      • Non-Teaching staff:
        • 1 chief secretary;
        • 1 librarian;
        • 1 IT specialist;
    • The pupils
      • 242 pupils in the primary school;
      • 174 pupils in the secondary school;
      • a heterogeneous school-age population made up of:
        • overgifted children;
        • children who have parents working abroad;
        • Rroma pupils;
        • pupils with disabilities;
        • pupils with learning difficulties;
    • The curriculum
      • The compulsory curriculum – the subjects included in the Study Programme;
      • The school-based curriculum – Foreign languages, Initiation to computer use, Health education, Experimental Chemistry;
    • Extra-curricular activities
      • These activities are aimed at developing harmoniously all the components of the pupils ’ personality by:
        • the development of educational projects and partnerships at the local, national and international level;
        • the organization of recreational, entertainment activities and also of activities to support pupils in order to do their homework;
    • School performance
      • the successful integration of graduates into high schools;
      • the pupils’ participation to contests and national contests for different subjects;
      • the involvement in achieving the proposed objectives by means of educational projects;
      • the drafting of the school magazine;
    • The psycho-pedagogical assistance
      • As an integrating school, our school offers to pupils specialized services in the psycho-pedagogical field;
      • Developed programmes:
        • awareness and self-awareness;
        • counselling services provided to pupils, parents, teaching staff;
        • the mediation of conflicts;
        • techniques used for efficient learning;
        • educational and vocational guidance;
    • The school and the community
      • N.G.O.;
      • The church;
      • The economic operators;
      • The cultural institutions;
      • The hostels for the elder;
      • The Police;