Young Europeans in action: Helping me, helping you out! YEAH!!!

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Young Europeans in action: Helping me, helping you out! YEAH!!!

1Mediation and coexistence activities in our school

There are several activities in our school that are relevant for the topic of mediation and coexistence.First of all, our curriculum is based on a special document including rules for prevention of aggression and violence among teenagers as well as for inclusion of students of special needs.Regular talks are provided to classes on children's rights to eliminate discrimination as well as individual meetings take place to help particular conflicts. Students have access to a well-equipped library of books and movies devoted to most frequent problems.Teachers are experienced in dealing with situations that require mediation. They have regular trainings with experts and also cooperate with specialist institutions.

3There are several activities in our school that are relevant for the topic of mediation and coexistence.We have conducted regular activities addressed to our students like prevention theatre where they learn by drama how to amicably solve problems or what the consequences of addiction are. They get real examples of tolerance. Students also take part in workshops and preventive projects like Safe and friendly school.Common action for local environment is also an important issue engagement into ecological and charity activities.Integration trips.Finally, students are evaluated through questionnaires which provide feedback in order to improve their environment and achieve rapport.

4What have we already achieved???

Participation in action: Clean Up the WorldWith this project we cleaned the area, schools, collected 4 tons of waste paper, used batteries and old mobiles. We also planted trees and bushes around the school.

On October 16, 2015 during the European Day of raising cardiac arrest awareness named Restart a Heartweve broken the Guiness record.The task included simultaneous performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a greatest number of on a medical-training manikin.And thus by a greatest number of people. We succeeded exactly 92 049 persons took part nationwide! All of them could also train others how to correctly use CPR!

Green survival in the Silesian Botanical Garden in MikowThe participants learnt ho to survive in difficult weather conditions, how to indicate directions with the use of a compasses and light the fire with the use of a flint, get water and food outdoors, build a shelter and provide first aid!

I like helping!Students who like and want to help others get engaged in different types of charity actions: we prepare auction of hand-made Christmas cards, we run a collection of plastic caps for sick kids, we cooperate with foundations which help the Africans and we collect soap and glasses.All our activities are documented at: http://skc2bc.blogspot.com/

Thank you for your attention!

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