Thursday, July 18, 2024
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Erasmus+ TAFTE project has come to an end

From 17 to 18 June, 2024, a meeting of teachers from partner schools in France and Greece was held in our school. It was the time of hard work on the final report summing up a two-year cooperation which aimed to take actions in order to reduce climate changes. The guests got to know the education system in Poland and were provided with a school tour. Our last actions such as planting a flower meadow and a biodoverse hedge were presented. We took part in a meeting with a Deputy County Governor Mr Robert Furca who highlighted the importance of the school’s participation in the European projects. We also listened to a lecture by Wojciech Krauzowicz – Environmental Protection Inspector who brought the structure of the District Office closer to our guests and Mr Bartłomiej Zięba – Climate Advisor, outlined the actions taken as part of the project LIFE-IP EKOMAŁOPOLSKA Implementation of the Regional Action Plan for Climate and Energy for the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. Mr Krzysztof forester of the Nowy Targ Forest explained why logging in the Bór na Czerwony reserve is good for the environment. Its aim is to protect a unique peat bog, included on the Ramsar list. Mr. Piotr Smosna’s presentation on ongoing climate change and plans to use our school meteorological station in research in this area was extremely interesting. 

It was two years of hard work, unforgettable impressions and priceless experiences. A time to develop new linguistic, digital, social and cultural competences, a time to make new acquaintances and friendships. The window to the world is wide open in our school!

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