ISTITUTO PROFESSIONALE DI STATO PER I SERVIZI  COMMERCIALI, TURISTICI E DELLA PUBBLICITÀ                       “S Pertini ...
Map of the Province           I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
The Province of Crotone gathers all the typical elements of nature and Mediterranean civilization from the blue waters of ...
Human resources: pupils    TYPE OF INSTITUTION                                       PUPILS                   CLASSESVOCAT...
IMMIGRANT STUDENTS          DEPARTMENT                                     M.          F.        TotalECONOMICS           ...
DATE OFN.        FAMILY NAME     FIRST NAME                       CITIZENSHIP     CLASS.   M/F                            ...
Professional resources: Teachers - ATA - Experts                                             UNITS                        ...
As a Resource Centre         our school pays great attention to the pupils at risk of social exclusionand pupils with spec...
The Resource Centre is a way of living and feeling the school system as a civil and socialcommitment;.commitment; acting f...
Equipped roomsLibraryAuditoriumGymSwimming pool       gpSmall football fieldMultimedia labsM lti di l b                   ...
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Part of the working population is employed in agriculture and farmers manage most of the land which iscultivated.c lti ate...
It can be reached by road, by rail and by air; it has a marina for boats and yatchs so visitors can alsoreach C     h Crot...
With a population of around 60.000 inhabitants,                        p p                                         ,      ...
The Castle of Charles VDating back to the XVI century, it is     g                          y,characterized by two imposin...
The Church of the ImmaculateIt dates back to XVIII century. The interior,decorated with artistic stuccos, preserves awoode...
Noble buildingsIn h historic centre there is a numberI the hi    i          h i           bof buildings built along the ci...
CapocolonnaThis place is of great interest not only for the beautyof the coast, but also because it is one of the most    ...
Isola Capo Rizzuto                                       p              Of great tourist value, it is famous for its beaut...
Marine Reserve                                South in the bay of Crotone is the largest Italian marine reserve.          ...
CiròKnown all over the world for its famouswine, it enjoys a trading activity, thanks tothe fertile land, exploited for ol...
Sila and the National ParkFew kilometres away from the sea is the mountain withnature of rare beauty and breathtaking view...
Gastronomy reflects the use of local produce. Most dishes are simple but made tasty by usingthe typical Mediterranean arom...
Capocolonna f  p         feast:The painting of the Virgin of Capocolonna is the objectof a characteristic feast, held ever...
The living game of chess :It takes place in Cutro, one of the 27communes of the province, everyyyear in August.           ...
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  1. 1. ISTITUTO PROFESSIONALE DI STATO PER I SERVIZI COMMERCIALI, TURISTICI E DELLA PUBBLICITÀ “S Pertini - S. Pertini” Viale Matteotti - Crotone ITALYwww.istitutopertini.org pertini@istitutopertini.orgThe Province of Crotone f I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  2. 2. Map of the Province I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  3. 3. The Province of Crotone gathers all the typical elements of nature and Mediterranean civilization from the blue waters of the Jonian sea to the remains of the ancient populations who landed on these coasts, from the dry landscape sloping down towards the sea to the feudal aristocracy of the presilan villages and the green scenery of the Silan forest. The sea, the mountain and a naturalistic wealth, still unpolluted, saw the birth of the most ancient cultures, and Magna Grecia knew its greatness along these coasts. A magic land, then, which over thecenturies has been home to Greeks, Byzantines, Romans, Normans, Swabians, Angevins and Bourbons.These populations left traces of their civilization in the castles and the towers built along the coast of the Province. Today these castles and towers are used for cultural purposes. Since Pythagoras’ times this land has been known not only for its healthy climate but also for its richnatural beauty. Its coastline is considered the largest Italian marine reserve, its highest mountains are part of the National Park of Calabria while on its hills there are naturalistic oases of rare beauty. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  4. 4. Human resources: pupils TYPE OF INSTITUTION PUPILS CLASSESVOCATIONAL SECONDARYSCHOOL OF M. H F. H Total H HECONOMICS 219 11 301 3 520 14 23 14TOURISM 34 1 86 3 120 4 6 4GRAPHICS AND PUBLICITY 125 10 190 6 315 16 15 16 TOTAL 378 22 577 12 955 34 44 34 I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  5. 5. IMMIGRANT STUDENTS DEPARTMENT M. F. TotalECONOMICS 1 5 6 5TOURISM - 5 2 3 5GRAPHICS AND PUBLICITY TOTAL 3 13 16 I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  6. 6. DATE OFN. FAMILY NAME FIRST NAME CITIZENSHIP CLASS. M/F BIRTH1 FILIP EMONA 02/12/90 RUMANIAN 1A F2 GULBEDENBEGUN GULISTAN 15/12/91 TURKISH 2G F3 GULBEDENBEGUN NURAN 08/03/90 TURKISH 2G F4 KUZUK DIANA 23/02/94 UKRAINIAN 2G F5 WOJCIECHOWSKI MARTINO 28/3/90 POLISH 3H M6 MEEROD SANIPA 26/01/91 THAI 3H F7 PERA EVA 19/4/91 ALBANIAN 4D F8 MOHAMMADI MARIAM 30/7/89 MOROCCAN 4G F9 RZYSKO KATARZYNA 21/8/88 POLISH 4G F10 WOJCIECHOWSKA ANNA MARG 19/8/91 POLISH 4G F11 MAZHAROVA OLENA 4/3/87 UKRAINIAN 4H F12 KURKINA ALINA 1/4/88 RUSSIAN 5H F13 JUSUFI AMIRA 5/3/89 MACEDONIAN 5G F14 JUSUFI EMIRA 5/3/89 MACEDONIAN 5G F15 HE YI WEI 31/07/92 CHINESE 3C M16 GRECO FILIPPO 09/01/90 ITALIAN 3E M I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  7. 7. Professional resources: Teachers - ATA - Experts UNITS TOTAL STAFF ITI ITD I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  8. 8. As a Resource Centre our school pays great attention to the pupils at risk of social exclusionand pupils with special needs. We work to help the cultural growth of young people and to preventthem from l i school b fth f leaving h l before th fi i h th i studies; th they finish their t di through new strategies and t l th are h t t i d tools theyencouraged to engage themselves in school life and other social and cultural activities .The Centre also opens up to families and local community in general, providing them with theremedy t avoid social and cultural gaps. d to id i l d lt lMore particularly this project aims to:limit the phenomenon of social deviance; p ;• prevent student drop out;• use the “environment and culture” resources for development;•help students to be part of their social context.Well-equipped spaces ( (language and multimedia laboratories, theatre and music centres, leisurefacilities such as swimming pool and small football field.) are provided for the social integration of gp ) p gneedy and disabled students I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  9. 9. The Resource Centre is a way of living and feeling the school system as a civil and socialcommitment;.commitment; acting for social integration is the guiding principle of the activities that our school hasbeen working on for a long time. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  10. 10. Equipped roomsLibraryAuditoriumGymSwimming pool gpSmall football fieldMultimedia labsM lti di l b n° 2 °Graphics lab n° 1Computer rooms n° 5Ceramics workshop n° 1Photography lab n° 1Offset print room p n° 1 I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
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  14. 14. Part of the working population is employed in agriculture and farmers manage most of the land which iscultivated.c lti ated Arable crops such as crereals and vegetables are gro n where the land is flat while the s ch egetables grown here hilemajority of sheep and cattle are reared on the hills and upland areas; it’s here that rainfall producesexcellent grass for animals and dairy farming can be found. The government provides financial supportfor agriculture modernisation, encouraging farmers to p g up more land on which to g g , g g plough p grow food, while ,rural tourism businesses are increasing. Fishing is not a source of employment as it provides fish suppliesonly for local populationIndustrial activity, which began in 1925 and grew thanks to the electrical power from theSila,Sila has declined over recent years As a result of the slump in industry, the service years. industryindustry has become a significant contributor to the wealth of the area.With its mild climate, its varied coastline and its pleasant sandybeaches, Crotone attracts visitors all year round. Although on the sea,it is only an hour’s drive away from the Sila forest with its mountains,abundance of water, a variety of scenery. The ideal position (betweensea and mountain) makes the city one of the most important touristcentres in the south of Italy Italy. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  15. 15. It can be reached by road, by rail and by air; it has a marina for boats and yatchs so visitors can alsoreach C h Crotone b sea. byTourism has increased hotel industry; a large range of accommodation along the coast, from fourstar hotels to guest-houses, farmhouses, camping sites and caravaning sites, is offered to tourists. guest- I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  16. 16. With a population of around 60.000 inhabitants, p p , Crotone is one of the loveliest and most modern cities in the south of Italy. Today it is also the chief town of the province of the same name with 27 communes. Its origins are very famous. It was founded about the 7th i i e e f f ded b t century B.C. by a group of Greek colonists and reached such a splendour that it became a major polis in Magna Grecia. g Home town of Milo, Pythagoras, Alcmeone, it had the famous Medical school of the latter, the Pythagorical school and the Athletic school which had Milo as an exponent. The Acropolis of the Greek city lay on the site which is today occupied by the walled medieval town and the castle. The new town extends in the surrounding area with modern buildings and wide streets.I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  17. 17. The Castle of Charles VDating back to the XVI century, it is g y,characterized by two imposing cilindricaltowers at the corners and by a number oframparts rising at the highest point of the city.From the teF terraces you can h e a be tif l e have beautifulview of the harbour and the old city. The Minor Basilica Dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption. The present Assumption construction dates back to XVI century. The façade is in neoclassical style. The interior preserves a Byzantine tablet of our Lady of Capocolonna of exceptional artistic value. Tradition has it that it is an image brought from the Orient to Capo Lacinio which survived the fire started by the Turks in the XVI century. One also finds St.Dionigi’s chapel of XVI century, the choir of XVII century and th B ti t t d the Baptistery of VII century. f t I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  18. 18. The Church of the ImmaculateIt dates back to XVIII century. The interior,decorated with artistic stuccos, preserves awooden Crucifix of the Neapolitan school(XVIII century), a rare representation of the century)Dying Christ with his eyes still open. The Church of St.Clare It dates back to XVII century. In baroque century style, it presents various decorations among which silverware, an antique organ and a tiled floor of XVIII century workmanship. In the centre of the apse stands a XVII century altar in polichromic marble. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  19. 19. Noble buildingsIn h historic centre there is a numberI the hi i h i bof buildings built along the city walls:the Gallucci and the Berlingeribuildings in neoclassical style, theBarracco building (an elegant XVIIIcentury Baroque construction), theGiunti, Lucifero and Zurlo buildings. The National Archeological Museum Located near the Castle, it preserves, among other things, an important coin collection of the Greek and Roman period and many objects from the nearby archaeological areas Particularly areas. interesting is the hall dedicated to the treasure of Hera, a collection of votive objects and ornaments among which the famous golden diadem. di d I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  20. 20. CapocolonnaThis place is of great interest not only for the beautyof the coast, but also because it is one of the most ,important archaeological sites. A column stands herewhere once stood the famous doric temple of Hera, apilgrimage destination for the Greek world andcentre of the cult of the goddess The doric column goddess.is the only one remaining of the 48 columns of theoriginal temple. Today the destination of manyp gpilgrims is the small chapel of our Lady of p yCapocolonna. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  21. 21. Isola Capo Rizzuto p Of great tourist value, it is famous for its beautiful views. It preserves a lot of sacred works among which the renaissance Cathedral with a XVII century portal; situated in the town square, it keeps a XVI century polyptych and a byzantine image of the Madonna Greca (the town’s patroness). Of a certain interest is the church of St.Mark, (XV century). It is interesting to visit also the medieval century) village with the remains of the Castle of the Ricca family with the Door of the Earth and that of the Sea. The whole area has expanded with the development of tourist centres and hotels. A traditional pilgrinage to Capo Rizzuto takes place on the first Sunday in May.I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  22. 22. Marine Reserve South in the bay of Crotone is the largest Italian marine reserve. Declared a protected area in 1991, it offers beautiful sea cliffs and wide sea-cliffs sandy beaches. Many different species of marine fauna live here, offering skin-divers a suggestive scenery of colours and emotions. Among its fish, the jelwel of the Reserve is the parrot fish with its unique couloring in the Calabrian sea-bottom. l i i h C l bi bLe CastellaParticularly impressive for its history and beauty is theAragonian Castle, certainly the main tourist attraction. Atitsit apogee in XVI century, b t of much more ancient i t but f h i torigins (Hannibal erected the first tower) is still in goodconditions and is isolated from the mainland by the sea,standing on a small island near the coast. g I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  23. 23. CiròKnown all over the world for its famouswine, it enjoys a trading activity, thanks tothe fertile land, exploited for olive grovesand vineyards, and to a modern fishingindustry.industry It is also of historic interest for theruins of the Doric temple of Apollo Aleofrom where comes the head of the statue ofthe god in marble, now kept in the NationalMuseum of Reggio Calabria, and for thesmall castle of the Carafa family. Santa Severina Set on a rock overlooking the valley and the river Neto, it is one of the best preserved historical centres of Calabria and of great importance for Byzantine and Norman art. One reaches the town walking through the only road which leads to the main square where the castle and the Cathedral stand. The Castle, known as of Roberto il Guiscardo, overlooks th town. Restored in the XVI century by the Carafa family, its ramparts offer a breathtaking view of the surrounding landscapes while the interior has beautiful frescoed vaults. The Baptistery in the Cathedral is worth visiingt for the frescoes of X and XI centuries. f f d i I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  24. 24. Sila and the National ParkFew kilometres away from the sea is the mountain withnature of rare beauty and breathtaking views. The Silaoffers a variety of landscapes from the blue lakes,compared to those of Canada and Switzerland, to thepine woods, from the gentle slopes to the great pastures.Created in 1968, the National Park is a real jewel fromboth naturalistic and landscape point of view. viewNunerous animal species live in the park including wildboar, squirrels, wood-peckers, wood pigeons, crows,rooks, ravens, vipers, grass-snakes and lizards. Of greatinterest are the so-called “Giants of the Sila”, majesticsecular Austrian pines which reach a height of 50m. Thesilan resorts are well equipped with the best winter andsummer sports facilities. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  25. 25. Gastronomy reflects the use of local produce. Most dishes are simple but made tasty by usingthe typical Mediterranean aromatic herbs such as marhjoran, basil, bay leaves. Olive oil andhot pepper are used.Typical food:Butirri: Cheese with butter inside;Pecorino and Ricotta: Sheep’s milk cheeses;Soppressata: Spicy pork salami;Sardella:S d ll A paste to spread on bread, made of small fry of t t d b d d f ll f f anchovies, hot red pepper and olive oil;Quadraru: Fish soup served with homemade bread;Scialatedru d CS i l d and Cavatedru: T i l dishes of homemade pasta; d Typical di h fh dSanguinazzu: Cake prepared at Carnival time, made from pig’s blood, chocolate and spice;Pitta ‘nchiusa: Cake made of pastry filled with dried fruit. I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  26. 26. Capocolonna f p feast:The painting of the Virgin of Capocolonna is the objectof a characteristic feast, held every year in May. Itculminates in a night procession with ten thousandpeople leaving the Basilica Cathedral of Crotone andreaching the headland at dawn. The day after thepainting is carried back to the Cathedral by sea.Aurora festival:It takes place every year in May. People from the city p yy y p yand the surrounding area reach the headland ofCapocolonna to watch the music event at dawn. Crotone Jazz festival: An interesting performance of international jazz artists. It takes place in August in the Town Gardens. p g I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -
  27. 27. The living game of chess :It takes place in Cutro, one of the 27communes of the province, everyyyear in August. gThe living Holy Crib:It takes place every year the 6th ofJanuary in the old town giving the placethe enchanting atmosphere of the HolyNativity. SPORTS EVENTS Super moto-cross on the beach p Sailing regattas Athletic manifestation I.P.S.C.T.P. "S.Pertini" di Crotone -

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