Tallinn High School of Humanities participates (together with four other schools from the Netherlands, Austria, Greece and Portugal) in Erasmus+ project HART. The project aims to discuss and present social issues, such as social exclusion and social inclusion via a piece of art, which may be anything chosen by students – a painting, a poster, an installation, a theatrical scene, a video etc.
Our first two groups of students from 10 and 11 forms together with their teachers took part in the exchange week in Graz, Austria and Steenwijk, the Netherlands which took place in the first week of February. The week was devoted to activities connected with the topic of Erasmu+ project. Our students were appreciated for their serious involvement in the work and active participation in all events. Apart from concentrated participation in creative work, there were also a number of excursions and entertaining communications. I can’t but mention that on the Debating Day in Steenwijk Estonian team was the best, I would especially praise Konstantin Dolski for his passionate presentation.
All in all, the students came back with positive impressions and new ideas , ready to host their new friends from Austria and the Netherlands during the first week in April.
Thank you, dear students and accompanying teachers Aavi Levin, Kaja Pello, Kirsi Kajamae and Maarja Lainevoog for well done job!