Endangered Animals And Polar Ice Cap

Primary School Students at the Sea Life Museum

On March 23 ninety-seven Vaizgantas progymnasium primary school students went on a day trip to a newly renovated  sea life museum in Klaipeda. After visiting the display and watching the dolphin show, the students took part in various educational lessons:  ‘Who lives in the Baltic Sea?’, ‘ Do Dolphins Smile?’, ‘Sea Lions in the Baltic Sea’. The students found out about endangered fish and sea-creatures in  the Baltic Sea. Thay also learnt the reasons for sea water pollution and why it is so important for every person to save and protect our sea life.

Lithuanian students learning about endangered animals

In December and January Vaizgantas Progymnasium students learnt about endangered animals. Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 students created fact files, made slide presentations, drew posters. At first students made their  presentations in classes. Then chose 3 the most interesting ones and presented them in a primary students’ mini conference. At our school assembly… Continue Reading

Project Meeting in Italy

From the 2nd to 6th October teachers from all our partner schools came together for our third big project meeting in the beautiful Tarquinia in Italy. Throughout our visit we observed lessons in different classes across school, discussed teaching and learning and shared good practice! The children showed off their amazing language skills and taught… Continue Reading