Partners

This  Comenius project is done by five partners from five countries in Europe: Poland, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain.  In this page you can find some information about them:

  • Complex of Car Schools /Zespół Szkół Samochodowych I Licealnych/ no 2 in  Warsaw is composed of Technical Car College and Vocational Car School. There are 30 classes in the Technical College. 14 of them are held under the patronage of the reputed firms like  Peugeot Poland, Toyota Motor Poland, MAN and Mercedes Benz. There are 83 well qualified teachers and about 800 students are educated at the school. The school maintains contacts with some European countries and takes care of European standards of education and the competitiveness of its students on the European job market.
  • 1st GY1st Gymnasio Chalkidonas is situated in a small town CHALKIDONA not far from Thessaloniki, a city in Northern Greece. It is an agricultural region. The students / 171 people / are between 12 and 16 years old. As most of Greek schools nowadays it is a multicultural school with lots of students coming from immigrant families from Albania, Russia and Georgia and some from Romania.
  • The High School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics “Academic Nikola Obreshkov” in the city of Bourgas is one of the most prestigious and demanding schools in Bulgaria and certainly the best school in Bourgas  region. The students who study here are accepted after a keen competition, which proves their motivation and high intellectual abilities. The High School is a school with longstanding history, codes of behaviour and strong tradition. The best teachers of Mathematics, IT, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, in the discipline of Arts and humanities are picked up in the school, because its goal is to issue the best training of its students.
  • The Italian institution, Circolo Didattico Viale Battisti, is located in Recanati, a town of 21.000 inhabitants, in Marche region, in the middle of Italy. Most of students belongs to families with a good social-economic situation. But there’s a very disadvantaged minority made up of migrants from Africa, Romania, Albany and refugees from ex-Yugoslavia. Their problems of integration  are principally  represented by the barrier of the language the lack of a familiar and social network, the differences in terms of religion and economic level.
  • IES Sant Vicent Ferrer, in Spain, is an heterogenous local school. There are some immigrants, basically from Morocco and South America, however the great majority of their students are from Algemesi (their small town) and the surrounded villages. There are secondary  studies and vocational studies related to computing too. In total, there are around 700 students. Moreover, they form part of a regional programme called CLIC (Content teacher to teach some language),  and their students are really interested in improving  their knowledge of other countries.

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