November 19 – Tolerance
Greece – Tolerance Activities
- The Short Story of Tolerance proposed by the Turkish school.
- Drawings and artworks by 2nd, 3rd and 6th graders of our school that represent the Value of Tolerance.
- We need to mention the online research that the 5th and 6th graders were called upon to do through online presentations that gave their own perspective on Tolerance.
Bulgaria – Room of Values
Room of Values! It is a visible place where everybody- pupils, parents, and guests of our school can see what we do in the project, what we learn and what we share with them!
Romania – Drawings about Tolerance
Exhibition about Tolerance achieved by the students of the 3rd-grade class of the Romanian school together with their teacher Mihaela Nistor.
Romania – Coloring Tolerance
The color tolerance achieved by the students of the 3rd-grade class of the Romanian school together with their teacher Carmen Olariu.
Romania – Paintings about Tolerance
Our colleague Lili Dumitrescu and her pupils of the second grade talked and painting about TOLERANCE.
Portugal – Room of Values
In November 2019, the month of Tolerance, each school was challenged to create a Room of Values, space where the activities’ work can be displayed. In the Portuguese school, pupils can play games, express themselves through drama, and many other activities in the Room of Values This will be an ongoing process during the project implementation period.
Bulgaria – Story about Tolerance
Momchi helped represent the story of TOLERANCE. Children were asked what means TOLERANCE and what we must do to be tolerant!
Lara’s story has been felt by every child and they learned that we must accept the Different! The message of November in “Vasil Levski” Primary School – Be Tolerant!
Bulgaria – Small Steps of Tolerance
Mrs.Datsova from the Bulgarian partner school and her class 4th grade made Small Steps of TOLERANCE.
Every step has a different message, “Accept the Different”, “Respect the Different” “Smile, lend a hand to a friend”!