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Isoniittu introduction


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Isoniittu introduction

  1. 1.  Our school is located in Klaukkala, Nurmijärvi The school was founded in 2006 Our school has 460 students and 35 teachers this academic year. Isoniittu is a primary and secondary school. Our headmaster is Markku Tiilikainen.
  2. 2.  Every student has their own locker and outerwear is stored in the locker. we don‟t have to wear school uniforms. We can dress the way we want. Shoes and hats are not allowed inside. Sweets and other delicacies are forbidden. It is important to keep the school clean and tidy. During one break we have to go out, but other breaks we can spend inside.
  3. 3.  Our school is surrounded by vast forest areas and fields (with sheep and cows!), but it‟s still just a “stones throw” away from the town centre The location of our school provides good possibilities to do many kinds of sports (skiing, skating, orienteering, athletics) right in the school grounds
  4. 4. Time Monday • An average school day is 68.00-8.45 (Lesson) hours long9.00-9.45 (Lesson) •This school year there is an obligatory break outside9.50-10.35 Lesson when we go out to get fresh10.35-10.50 Break air for 15 minutes. outside • At lunch we go to our10.50-11.35 Lesson canteen to eat a free meal. And sometimes we can go to11.35-12.10 Lunch the gym to do sports on sportsbreaks .12.10-12.55 Lesson • On snack break we can buy a13.05-13.50 (Lesson) snack in the canteen and choose fruit, bread or13.50-14.05 Snack yoghurt and we can drink14.05-14.50 (Lesson) chocolate milk, water or juice.14.55-15.40 (Lesson)
  5. 5.  We study, for  We must also study example, health our official education and home languages Finnish and economics apart from Swedish, and almost the compulsory everyone studies subjects such as English as well maths and history  Some students also In the 8th grade, we study French, German choose three or Spanish as optional subjects, optional languages the most popular ones chosen every year are handcrafts, home economics and IT
  6. 6.  7th graders‟ tet is in the school cantine for 2 days 8th graders‟ TET is for 1 week in the spring term(you can choose any workplace you want) . 9th graders„ tet is for 2 weeks in the autumn term (you can choose any workplace you want) .
  7. 7.  Sports day 9th September Safety day 13th September Welcoming day for seventh graders 25th September Solidarity day 26th September Open doors day 10th - 11th September Carnival day 18th May ninth graders‟ day 30th May Action day 31th May Environment day 3rd June
  8. 8.  Autumn holiday 24th – 30th October Christmas holiday 22th December – 2nd January Winter holiday 20th – 26th February Easter holiday 6th – 9th April Summer holiday 2nd June – 10th August
  9. 9.  Christmas celebration 21st December Spring celebration 2nd June