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time for health
ERASMUS+
Cooperation partnerships
01.12.2021 r.
30.04.2024 r.
Partners
Primary School named Bohaterów
Monte Cassino in Ustrobna
176 School „St. St. Cyril & Metodius”
Kohtla-Järve Maleva Põhikoo
Sehit Mehmet Sengul Ortaokulu
Where does the idea for the project
come from?
Problem: bad eating habits.
Problem: lowered physical activity.
The problems have been
scientifically proven.
School fight with these problems.
Changing the eating habits of
students aged 9-14 and raising
awareness of both children and
their parents about a healthy and
active lifestyle.
Slow food + physical activity!!!
Change!
Additional aims
• shapinhg key competences;
• increase in the interest of regional
cuisine;
• well-organised leisure time;
• extending cooperation and synergy with
partners;
• shaping postitive image of school in the
country an EU;
• shaping pro-european attitudes;
• learning about other countries.
Main activities - international
meetings of students and teachers.
A project team with students and
teachers will be established in
each school.
Through actions, intangible and
tangible results (products) will be
achieved.
The project is a collaboration with
associate partners.
Schedule of meetings
VI 2023 r.
X 2022 r.
X 2023 r.
IV 2023 r.
IV 2024 r.
8 students, 2 teachers
- mobility users.
Recruitment:
• honest,
• clear,
• open,
• equal opportunities for all,
• no discrimination.
1st stage of recruitment
• positive opinion of the class teacher;
• written consent of parents;
• minimum good behavior correct at the end of
the year school;
• the student did not receive an oral or written
reprimand
• the school headmaster.
Second stage of recruitment:
• behaviour (points 0 - 6);
• average grade (points 0 - 6);
• grade from english (points 0 - 6);
• english test result (points 0 - 6);
• school attendance (points 0 - 4);
• participation in competitions (points 0 - 6);
• involvement in the life of the school and the environment
local (points 0 - 6);
• justification for participation in the mobility(points 0 - 6);
• an additional criterion related to activities
• within the project(points 0 - 6).
• difficult economic situation (punkty 0 - 3);
• opinion or statement about special educational needs (points
0 - 3).
A minimum of 25 points, or 22
points for students with special
educational needs.
Preparation for mobility.
Language and cultural-pedagogical
classes before each mobility.
Activities done in particular
country.
Turkey
• presentation of schools;
• developing questionnaires for students;
• development of the rules of the competition "Slow food and
junk food in your camera";
• planning an information campaign on the topic healthy
lifestyle;
• prezentacja presentation of the winning logos from
individual countries and selection of the project
logotype;zwycięskich logotypów
• presentation of posters promoting the project;
• workshops at the University of Namik Kemal;
• culinary workshops at the Liceum im. Suleiman;
• traditional food fair.
Etosnia
• presentation of survey results;
• development of lesson plans;
• exhibition of photos from the "Slow food and junk food in
your lens";
• work on film scripts promoting a healthy lifestyle;
• sports competitions;
• a trip;
• tasting traditional dishes.
Bulgary
• preparing a presentation concerning a healthy lifestyle;
• work on the subject of arts theatre/happenings
concering healthy lifestyle;
• visit the Vitosha mountain;
• perform in Sofia about health;
• workshops about traditional food casting;
• visit to an agricultural farm and ambiental classes there;
• a game for creativity in preparing healthy food;
• visit to the Rila Monastery and introduction the ways of
preparing healthy food from past to nowadays.
Poland
• staging of plays /happenings;
• cooking traditional dishes;
• classes in Carpathian Troy;
• workshops at the catering school;
• workshops at the Carpathian State University;
• tasting traditional dishes;
• visit to the ecological Agritourism Farm.
Evaluation at every stage of the
project.
As part of the evaluation,
quantitative and qualitative
indicators as well as the so-called
the threshold of success.
The schools will campaign to
disseminate the project and its
results.
Channels and tools.
Large variety of channels
and tools results from the diversity
of target groups we want to reach.
Cyclical activities after the end of
the project.
123 684 EUR
28 750 EUR
Project management and its implementation
3 450 EUR
International project meetings
91 484 EUR
International project meetings
33 946
EUR
30 196
EUR
30 196
EUR
29 346
EUR
Źródło zdjęć i grafik:
Slajd 1: Vlad Vasnetsov/Pixabay, slajd 2: Jeyaratnam Caniceus/Pixabay, slajd 3: Free-Photos
/Pixabay, slajd 4: mohamed Hassan/Pixabay, slajd 5, 6: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 7: Kjrstie z
Pixabay, slajd 8: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 9: 1330/Pixabay , slajd 10 Thanks for a like And
☕ 😉♥️/Pixabay , slajd 11: Jan Vašek /Pixabay slajd 12: PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay , slajd 13:
ds_photo_kh /Pixabay slajd 14: 1330 /Pixabay/ slajd 15: Alex Fox/Pixabay, slajd 16: Gerd
Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 17: István Kis z Pixabay , slajd 18: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 19:
falco/Pixabay , slajd 20: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 21: Ulrike Leone /Pixabay , slajd 22: Michal
Jarmoluk/Pixabay, slajd 23: Clker-Free-Vector-Images/Pixabay , slajd 24: Martin Poloo/Pixabay ,
slajd 25: Arek Socha/Pixabay , slajd 28: Markus Winkler /Pixabay, slajd 29: Free-Photos /Pixabay,
slajd 30: klimkin/Pixabay, slajd 31: noyadesigns /Pixabay, slajd 32: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay ,
slajd 33: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 34: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 36:
rtbilder/Shutterstosk, slajd 37: Anetlanda/Shutterstosk, slajd 38: ra2studio/Shutterstosk, slajd
39: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 40: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 41: dusit/Shutterstosk, slajd
42: moerschy /Pixabay, slajd 43: Zadorozhnyi Viktor/Shutterstosk, slajd 44:
dotshock/Shutterstos, slajd 45: icsilviu/Pixabay, slajd 46: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 47: Gerd
Altmann/Pixabay.

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Presentation after the next change of partner

  • 1. 3, 2, 1... time for health
  • 5. Primary School named Bohaterów Monte Cassino in Ustrobna
  • 6. 176 School „St. St. Cyril & Metodius”
  • 9. Where does the idea for the project come from?
  • 12. The problems have been scientifically proven.
  • 13. School fight with these problems.
  • 14. Changing the eating habits of students aged 9-14 and raising awareness of both children and their parents about a healthy and active lifestyle.
  • 15. Slow food + physical activity!!!
  • 17. Additional aims • shapinhg key competences; • increase in the interest of regional cuisine; • well-organised leisure time; • extending cooperation and synergy with partners; • shaping postitive image of school in the country an EU; • shaping pro-european attitudes; • learning about other countries.
  • 18. Main activities - international meetings of students and teachers.
  • 19. A project team with students and teachers will be established in each school.
  • 20. Through actions, intangible and tangible results (products) will be achieved.
  • 21. The project is a collaboration with associate partners.
  • 23. VI 2023 r. X 2022 r. X 2023 r. IV 2023 r. IV 2024 r.
  • 24. 8 students, 2 teachers - mobility users.
  • 25. Recruitment: • honest, • clear, • open, • equal opportunities for all, • no discrimination.
  • 26. 1st stage of recruitment • positive opinion of the class teacher; • written consent of parents; • minimum good behavior correct at the end of the year school; • the student did not receive an oral or written reprimand • the school headmaster.
  • 27. Second stage of recruitment: • behaviour (points 0 - 6); • average grade (points 0 - 6); • grade from english (points 0 - 6); • english test result (points 0 - 6); • school attendance (points 0 - 4); • participation in competitions (points 0 - 6); • involvement in the life of the school and the environment local (points 0 - 6); • justification for participation in the mobility(points 0 - 6); • an additional criterion related to activities • within the project(points 0 - 6). • difficult economic situation (punkty 0 - 3); • opinion or statement about special educational needs (points 0 - 3).
  • 28. A minimum of 25 points, or 22 points for students with special educational needs.
  • 31. Activities done in particular country.
  • 32. Turkey • presentation of schools; • developing questionnaires for students; • development of the rules of the competition "Slow food and junk food in your camera"; • planning an information campaign on the topic healthy lifestyle; • prezentacja presentation of the winning logos from individual countries and selection of the project logotype;zwycięskich logotypów • presentation of posters promoting the project; • workshops at the University of Namik Kemal; • culinary workshops at the Liceum im. Suleiman; • traditional food fair.
  • 33. Etosnia • presentation of survey results; • development of lesson plans; • exhibition of photos from the "Slow food and junk food in your lens"; • work on film scripts promoting a healthy lifestyle; • sports competitions; • a trip; • tasting traditional dishes.
  • 34. Bulgary • preparing a presentation concerning a healthy lifestyle; • work on the subject of arts theatre/happenings concering healthy lifestyle; • visit the Vitosha mountain; • perform in Sofia about health; • workshops about traditional food casting; • visit to an agricultural farm and ambiental classes there; • a game for creativity in preparing healthy food; • visit to the Rila Monastery and introduction the ways of preparing healthy food from past to nowadays.
  • 35. Poland • staging of plays /happenings; • cooking traditional dishes; • classes in Carpathian Troy; • workshops at the catering school; • workshops at the Carpathian State University; • tasting traditional dishes; • visit to the ecological Agritourism Farm.
  • 36. Evaluation at every stage of the project.
  • 37. As part of the evaluation, quantitative and qualitative indicators as well as the so-called the threshold of success.
  • 38. The schools will campaign to disseminate the project and its results.
  • 40. Large variety of channels and tools results from the diversity of target groups we want to reach.
  • 41. Cyclical activities after the end of the project.
  • 43. 28 750 EUR Project management and its implementation
  • 44. 3 450 EUR International project meetings
  • 45. 91 484 EUR International project meetings
  • 46. 33 946 EUR 30 196 EUR 30 196 EUR 29 346 EUR
  • 47.
  • 48. Źródło zdjęć i grafik: Slajd 1: Vlad Vasnetsov/Pixabay, slajd 2: Jeyaratnam Caniceus/Pixabay, slajd 3: Free-Photos /Pixabay, slajd 4: mohamed Hassan/Pixabay, slajd 5, 6: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 7: Kjrstie z Pixabay, slajd 8: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 9: 1330/Pixabay , slajd 10 Thanks for a like And ☕ 😉♥️/Pixabay , slajd 11: Jan Vašek /Pixabay slajd 12: PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay , slajd 13: ds_photo_kh /Pixabay slajd 14: 1330 /Pixabay/ slajd 15: Alex Fox/Pixabay, slajd 16: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 17: István Kis z Pixabay , slajd 18: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 19: falco/Pixabay , slajd 20: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 21: Ulrike Leone /Pixabay , slajd 22: Michal Jarmoluk/Pixabay, slajd 23: Clker-Free-Vector-Images/Pixabay , slajd 24: Martin Poloo/Pixabay , slajd 25: Arek Socha/Pixabay , slajd 28: Markus Winkler /Pixabay, slajd 29: Free-Photos /Pixabay, slajd 30: klimkin/Pixabay, slajd 31: noyadesigns /Pixabay, slajd 32: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay , slajd 33: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 34: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 36: rtbilder/Shutterstosk, slajd 37: Anetlanda/Shutterstosk, slajd 38: ra2studio/Shutterstosk, slajd 39: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 40: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay, slajd 41: dusit/Shutterstosk, slajd 42: moerschy /Pixabay, slajd 43: Zadorozhnyi Viktor/Shutterstosk, slajd 44: dotshock/Shutterstos, slajd 45: icsilviu/Pixabay, slajd 46: Gordon Johnson/Pixabay, slajd 47: Gerd Altmann/Pixabay.

Editor's Notes

  1. The project will be implemented under Erasmus. School education sector. Action 2 - Cooperation between organizations and institutions. Project type: Collaborative partnerships.
  2. Duration of the project 01 December 2021 – 30 April 2024.
  3. Partners. The project will be implemented by four schools - from Poland, Sweden, Turkey and Serbia.
  4. The main coordinator is the Primary School Bohaterów Monte Cassino in Ustrobna (Poland). Formal partners are:
  5. Where did the idea for the project come from?
  6. Bad eating habits of children have been one of the main problems of public health for several years, which can lead to many diseases, e.g. obesity. Obesity in children is associated with many problems, both physical and emotional. A great deal of research confirms that obesity in school-age children leads to a greater risk of obesity in adulthood. Epidemiological studies clearly indicate that obesity occurs at an earlier age and causes an increase in the risk of incidence of various diseases, as well as becomes a major social and economic problem.
  7. Apart from improper eating habits, an extremely important factor that increases the risk of obesity is reduced physical activity. In the era of the Internet, gaming consoles and television in a world full of unhealthy and processed food, fewer and fewer children decide to spend their free time actively. Instead of a walk, they choose the next episode of their favorite series or go to the next level in the game. From year to year, the percentage of children who are interested in playing or sports in the open air decreases. While watching TV or surfing the Internet, children cannot avoid watching food advertisements, from which they learn that the best for breakfast is "healthy" cereals, nut cream or a delicious, sweet snack and "healthy, full of vitamins and sugar-free" juice. These types of advertisements perpetuate incorrect eating habits and lifestyle.
  8. The deterioration of eating habits and a decrease in physical activity are confirmed by numerous studies conducted by international organizations of the World Health Organization, Health Behavior in School-aged Children as well as organizations in partner countries, including Institute of Healthcare - Poland, Swedish Public Health Agency - Sweden, Turkey Nutrition and Health Survey - Turkey, Special Hospital of Thyroid and Metabolism Diseases Zlatibor - Serbia.
  9. Schools undertake initiatives aimed at changing students' eating habits and habits and increasing their physical activity. They run interest clubs, take part in health-promoting projects, educate parents, and include health-related topics in school programs. Despite these efforts, students aged 9-14 and their parents are characterized by low awareness of a healthy lifestyle that includes both proper nutrition and physical activity.
  10. The main goal of the project is "Changing the eating habits of students aged 9-14 and raising the awareness of both children and their parents about a healthy and active lifestyle".
  11. The schools implementing the project want to change the attitudes of both students and their parents. They want to show students together that "slow food" (local and traditional dishes; the way food is produced; promoting the culture of eating healthy food; buying food from local sources, made using traditional recipes) is trendy and can be a great alternative to culture that destroys people " junk food ". The idea of ​​"slow food" is complemented by a healthy, active lifestyle, which can be a perfect form for the student to spend free time outdoors with their peers.
  12. Through the implementation of the project and joint international activities, partner schools will change the eating habits of their students and motivate them to spend more free time outdoors as part of sports, games and hiking. In addition, the implementation of the project will change the attitude of parents who will realize how important it is for a young developing organism to eat properly and regularly. 
  13. In addition, activities under the project will contribute to the implementation of additional goals, such as: shaping key competences; increasing students' interest in regional cuisine, including the cuisine of the ground floor; arranging students' free time; extending cooperation and synergies with partners and establishing lasting friendships; shaping a positive image of the school in the country and EU countries; shaping pro-European attitudes; learning about other cultures; development and implementation of new and innovative methods and forms of work; raising the awareness of the benefits of participation in EU projects among the school community and the local community; creating a more modern, dynamic, committed and professional environment inside the school, open to modern methods and good practices in everyday activities
  14. The main activities in the project are international meetings of students and teachers from each institution in each partner organization. The aim of these meetings will be to work together on the main goal of the project, which is to change eating habits and increase the physical activity of students aged 9-14, and to raise awareness of both children and their parents about a healthy and active lifestyle during the project. Mobility teachers: they will work on the questionnaires; together with students, they will plan information activities on eating habits and physical activity, plan a campaign aimed at changing the eating habits and physical activity of students; they will develop lesson plans, presentations, educational charts, newsletters, videos on the implementation of the main goal of the project.   Students during mobility: together with teachers, they will work on information activities regarding the purpose of the project, preparing a campaign aimed at changing the eating habits and physical activity of students; plan and prepare a happening, an etude or a short presentation about the project's goal; they will prepare videos promoting healthy food, they will work on the results of the project: programming short animations / games related to the project's goal, development of the project logo and poster promoting the project, preparation of a cookbook, presentations, running a website - blog and fanpage on Facebook regarding the project.
  15. A project team including students and teachers will be established in each school and will be involved in all activities foreseen in the project. These people will carry out tasks not only during the mobility but also between them - both within their school teams / groups and in cooperation with members of teams / groups of partner schools, e.g. through the eTwinning platform.
  16. The project results are closely related to the specific objectives of the project and correspond to its main goal. Through the activities under the project, we want to achieve the following results, both intangible (e.g. attitudes, habits) and tangible (products). Intangible results: • improving the health of our students; • developing a sense of responsibility for health in each student; • supporting the development of students' physical, mental and social potential and strengthening their self-esteem; • increased participation in sport and physical activity as a tool to support health and well-being; • equipping students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make choices to improve their own health, including a rational, healthy way of life; • arranging students' free time; • shaping pro-European attitudes; • learning about other cultures; • raising the awareness of the benefits of participation in EU projects among the school community and the local community; • increase students' awareness of what they eat; • increasing students 'interest in regional cuisine, including partners' cuisine, which will become an alternative to "junk food"; • developing students' passion for sports; • development of key competences (students and teachers communicate in a foreign language; skillfully and critically use ICT, entertainment and communication, students develop computational thinking; are able to put ideas into action through creativity, innovation and risk-taking, and the ability to plan and manage projects; strengthening the sense of initiative and entrepreneurship; can appreciate the creative meaning of ideas, experiences and feelings using means such as music, literature, theatrical arts and visual arts; better understand and are more sensitive to all manifestations of diversity, e.g. social, ethnic, linguistic, gender and cultural and diverse skills; they can participate effectively in social / working life, participate more actively in social life, and engage in active and democratic participation, especially in societies characterized by increasing diversity); • enriching classroom and extracurricular activities by sharing the acquired experience, skills and knowledge, using materials (results) developed during the project; • establishing and extending cooperation and synergy with partner schools and institutions supporting the work of schools abroad; • shaping a positive image of the school in the country and EU countries by promoting Erasmus + projects and their results; • raising the awareness of the benefits of participation in EU projects among the school community and the local community; • getting to know cultural goods and participating in cultural events in the partner's country; • making students aware of the possibilities and benefits of the ability to spend free time by students and positively influencing personal development; • development and implementation of new and innovative methods and forms of work (supporting and disseminating best practice); • establishing lasting friendships, cooperation with young people and teachers from partner countries; • students and teachers became fully-fledged Europeans, free from prejudices and xenophobic behavior; • developing appropriate pro-European attitudes (which is very important in a world in which extreme nationalism is intensifying).   Material outcomes (Products): • questionnaires; • educational tools for students (lesson plans, presentations, posters, mind maps, animations and simple computer games, multimedia presentations, cookbook); • photos and videos of the project implementation; • plays / happenings, videos about a healthy and active lifestyle; • project website; • newsletters about the project, roll ups.
  17. Each of the schools, apart from joint activities carried out in an international environment, has planned activities that will use the local potential - associated partners. Schools will engage certain people in the project. These will be: the farmer’s wives’ association, local producers of bread, cheese and honey, high schools and universities, owners of ecological farms, museums, sports centers in the project . As part of the project, schools intend to involve associate partners with whom they have not cooperated or with whom cooperation has been only occasional, in the activities. The involvement of associate partners is necessary due to the nature and size of some activities. Without the local potential, the implementation of individual tasks would be very difficult or even impossible, for example in secondary and higher schools that educate in gastronomy-related faculties, there will be classes, lectures and culinary workshops; sports centers will make their infrastructure available for the implementation of tasks related to sports activity; workshops on the production and use of healthy food and its impact on the body will be held at local producers and owners of organic farms; a circle of housewives and their foreign counterparts will prepare a tasting of local, traditional products.   The involvement of associated partners is also very important for the durability of the results achieved. The implementation of joint ventures will allow for the strengthening of relations between schools and entities operating in the local environment and will enable the implementation of other joint ventures in the future. Moreover, the inclusion of associate partners in the implementation of the international project will make them realize that they can play a significant role in shaping the right attitude of a young person too. In addition, the activity of associated partners will encourage other partners to undertake joint initiatives and thus strengthen the synergy with schools.
  18. Harmonogram
  19. October 2022 - meeting in Turkey April2023 - meeting in Estonia June 2023 - meeting in Poland (meeting concerning organizing the project) October 2023 - meeting in Bulgary April 2024 - meeting in Poland
  20. Eight students and two teachers will participate in each meeting. 
  21. The recruitment process will be carried out by teams established in each of the schools based on previously established good practices and assessment methods. At the application stage, the partners established recruitment procedures that will ensure a fair, transparent and open selection process for all interested applicants, taking into account the principle of equal opportunities, including gender equality and non-discrimination. All interested applicants, including those with fewer opportunities, will be able to participate in the recruitment process. Sources of information on recruitment: notice board, electronic journal, meetings of the Pedagogical Council, school website, project website, Fecebook. Teachers and students submit a written declaration of willingness to participate in the project. Additionally, students submit a written teacher's opinion and parental consent.
  22. 1st stage of recruitment
  23. The recruitment process will be carried out by teams established in each of the schools based on previously established good practices and assessment methods. At the application stage, the partners established recruitment procedures that will ensure a fair, transparent and open selection process for all interested applicants, taking into account the principle of equal opportunities, including gender equality and non-discrimination. All interested applicants, including those with fewer opportunities, will be able to participate in the recruitment process. Sources of information on recruitment: notice board, electronic journal, meetings of the Pedagogical Council, school website, project website, Fecebook. Teachers and students submit a written declaration of willingness to participate in the project. Additionally, students submit a written teacher's opinion and parental consent.   Criteria for selecting students: behavior, end-of-year grade in English, English test, school attendance, grade point average, participation in competitions and involvement in the life of the school and the local community, involvement in project activities, written or oral ( for students with dysgraphia) justification for participation in the mobility (points 0 to 6).   The project will include students with special educational needs and students in a much more difficult situation, primarily in economic terms. Depending on whether they are students with special educational needs or students in a difficult economic situation, some provisions regarding the recruitment process will be modified. Students in a difficult economic situation will additionally be awarded points from 1 to 3. Students with special educational needs who have an opinion or a certificate from the Pedagogical-Psychological Clinic will be awarded points from 1 to 3.   Additional criterion related to activities under the project (points from 0 to 6), e.g. proposing activities as part of a campaign promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.
  24. The number of points will determine the final participation in the project. The student must achieve a minimum of 25 points, and for students with special educational needs, a minimum of 22 points to participate in the project. In addition to the number of students / teachers participating in the mobility, students / teachers will be selected for the reserve list. Teachers and students will be informed about the project by: placing an announcement on the notice board, at the teachers' meeting, school and project website, Facebook.
  25. Preparation for mobility will involve a very large number of activities. These are not only activities related to planning the journey and flights, guaranteeing accommodation and meals, which will be assisted by the host partner, signing the documents, ensuring safety. Please note that identical activities will take place at the same time in three schools that will meet together with the partner school. Preparation for mobility also includes additional activities for students.
  26. Before each mobility, there will be preparatory classes in every school except the host school. Language classes 15 hours. Cultural and educational classes: 8 hours.
  27. The activities carried out in each partner country were planned together while the project was being written. The implementation of the activities is to bring our - partner schools closer to the achievement of the main goal, which is, as it has already been said, changing the eating habits of students aged 9-14 and raising the awareness of both children and their parents about a healthy and active lifestyle ”.
  28. Examples of activities.
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  32. A very detailed evaluation will be carried out throughout the duration of the project (ex ante, on going and ex post evaluation).   A large number of people involved in the evaluation as well as its long duration will facilitate the implementation and management of the project. Moreover, it will allow for precise determination of the actual effects (results and impact) of the project. In the future, at the stage of development, implementation and management, it will allow for more effective planning of activities.
  33. As part of the evaluation, both quantitative and qualitative indicators were defined, which will allow to measure the degree of achievement of the assumed goals. For each indicator, the so-called the threshold of success.   Examples of indicators: Increase in average physical education grades. • Increase in the number of students participating in sports competitions / extracurricular sports activities. • Decrease in the number of absenteeism of students from physical education lessons. • Decrease in the number of students not taking part in physical education lessons. • Increase in the number of students bringing lunch to school. •Percentage of students declaring an increase in their physical activity. • Percentage of students declaring that they pay more attention to the composition of purchased products. • Percentage of students declaring an increase in the consumption of fruit and vegetables.
  34. Throughout the duration of the project and after its completion, a campaign will be conducted to disseminate both the project and its results. The main target group is: community (students, parents, teaching and non-teaching staff) of schools implementing the project; leading authorities; residents of municipalities; students and teachers from other primary schools in the municipalities; entities involved in the implementation of the project, incl. a group of housewives, universities, owners of ecological farms.
  35. The following channels and tools will be used to promote the project and its results: Internet: • School websites that will be integrated with the project website. A banner redirecting to the project's website will be placed on the website. • Project website that will exist for at least 3 years after the end of the project. • eTwinning platform. • Erasmus + dissemination platform. • Social media. Partners will be required to share all project activities via social media. • Facebook (fanpage), • Instagram, Pinterest, flickr.com (photo gallery). • Youtube (videos from the implementation of the project, recordings prepared by students: theater performances / happenings about healthy eating, films / advertisements promoting a healthy lifestyle). • Prezi, Slideshare, Issuu (cookbook with recipes for healthy snacks replacing fast food, newsletters, presentations created during projects, multimedia presentations, posters).   Durable materials • photos, roll-ups, photo frames, newsletters, multimedia presentations, lesson plans. Media • Articles and press releases in local press, local websites including city / commune offices, local TV. Sample events. • Exhibition of competition photos "Slow food and junk food in your lens." • Lectures for teachers, students and their parents. • Information campaign on a healthy lifestyle. • Conference at the end of the project. schools involved in the project. • Organizing interschool sports competitions and competitions on healthy and active lifestyle. • Organizing meetings with local partners and organizations working for sport and health, to increase the social inclusion space of students not only from our school through joint activities but other schools in the commune / district.
  36. The large diversity of the channels and tools used results from the diversity of target groups to which the coordinators from the schools involved in the project implementation want to effectively reach.
  37. Much emphasis will be placed on the cyclical nature of selected activities that will be carried out after the end of the project and will be permanently entered in the calendar of school events. Such events will undoubtedly be: • meetings on healthy lifestyle for students from outside the partner schools. • inter-school sports competitions and competitions dealing with the subject of a healthy and active lifestyle. • meetings with local partners and organizations working for sport and health. • photo contests promoting a healthy and active lifestyle
  38. Budget. We have EUR 123,684 at our disposal, which will be divided among all participating schools.
  39. Project management and implementation - 28 750 Euro. Project management and implementation (examples of expenses: • Necessary office supplies. • Ink for printer. • Cost of telephone calls. • Postal services. • Purchase of the flags of partner countries. Project activities between mobility. • Materials (including food products, cups, plates) necessary to organize, among others. "Vegan Day" and "Healthy Cocktail and Smoothie Day". • Costs related to students' travel, eg to the swimming pool, sports hall, hiking (entrance tickets, transport, equipment rental). • Payment for speakers who give lectures on healthy eating and physical activity, guides and trainers. • Photo development.   • Purchase of materials / props necessary for the preparation of a theater play / happening and a film / advertisement concerning a healthy lifestyle. • Purchase of a computer program for processing video files. Activities during the mobility. Each school will bear the costs related to the admission of students and teachers from partner schools in their country. • Office supplies necessary for working together. • Costs related to the organization of workshops, incl. in high school and higher education, ecological farm, Carpathian Troy (access, entry tickets, salary for teachers, purchase of necessary products). • Costs related to renting sports halls, renting the necessary equipment. • Entrance tickets, for example to museums, national parks. Linguistic, cultural and pedagogical preparation. • Office supplies, textbooks. • Salaries for teachers conducting classes. • Promotion of the project, dissemination of results. • Purchase of a domain and hosting account where the project website will be located. • Purchase of an account on flickr.com, where the photos will be posted. • Materials necessary for the preparation of the "Erasmus corner". • Sponsored articles in newspapers and local websites. • Conference summarizing the project (catering, room rental, promotional materials). • Purchase of graphics, stock photos necessary to prepare newsletters, website. • Preparation of a roll up. • Preparation of a graphic version of the project logo. • Preparation of photo boards at school about the project. • Travel activities. • Purchase of the necessary travel insurance. • Guides.
  40. International project meetings - EUR 3,450. It is a meeting of the so-called work that takes place in our country. Each partner country receives the same amount for implementation.
  41. Learning, teaching and training activities include mobility - 91 484 Euro. These funds include: accommodation, meals, transport to and from the airport, flight by plane.
  42. Distribution of funds by country