According to the schedule of our project ‘Healthy children-promising generation’, the group of teachers from Poland took part in the last visit to Bicester (the UK) from 18-23 May 2014. During the meetings the cooperating schools discussed the realization of the project. We watched and presented students’ works, photos and presentations of the tasks done by the children from partner schools.
As part of creating a recipe book we participated in workshops in a pizza restaurant during which together with the children from Glory Farm School we were making pizza. It was a wonderful lesson on the background and growing the products needed to make it as well. We also visited and observed the work of teachers of a neighbouring school for disabled children – Bardwell Special School.
One of the most interesting points of the visit was the meeting prepared for all the students and conducted by the head teacher of Glory Farm School. Such assemblies take place once a month. The main aim of this one was to teach children how to draw positive and negative conclusions from their behavior. On the basis of a story, read passage by passage by the head teacher , children discussed the behavior of the characters, assessed them, predicted future events.
During the stay in Bicester we summarized a two-year cooperation between English, Swedish and Polish schools, we evaluated the project and created the final report.