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The Covid-19 pandemic forced confinement and made many physical contacts impossible, which led to some emotional instability of many individuals, especially teenagers. This project aims to help teens deal with their problems and develop their social and emotional skills. Students will discuss different aspects related to the pandemic and its consequences, deepening their knowledge of the issue (emotional, physical and social well-being) and identifying different aspects of the problem (negative feelings,eating disorders, isolation within the family, stress, media addiction). They will question and reflect critically on the importance of socialization in their development and think creatively about forms of self-help.

Link de acesso ao projeto: https://tinyurl.com/4z3uj2w9

Erasmus+ project From Tradition to Innovation – Aver-o-Mar School participates in mobility to Kamionki, Kornik, in Poland

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As part of the Eramus+ project KA229 entitled From Tradition to Innovation, a group of three teachers and five 8th grade students from Aver-o-Mar School participated in an exchange mobility held in Kamionki, Kornik, in Poland, from the 9th to the 13th of May, together with its counterparts from Poland (host country), Lithuania and Czechia (former Czech Republic).

During five intensive working days, the students, guided by their teachers, were able to actively participate in a set of diversified and multidisciplinary initiatives, mobilizing knowledge, skills and competences, in close collaboration with their fellow students from the other Polish, Lithuanian and Czech schools involved.

In this way, work previously done at School could be continued thus contributing to the achievement of the objectives outlined in this project, namely:

  • Valuing the intangible (inter)cultural, national and European heritage, namely, with regard to traditional crafts/professions vs. innovative activities/professions (new companies/professional areas).
  • Contribute to a more informed and conscious vocational choice for young people, based on the knowledge acquired through carrying out the project’s activities and through regular dialogue with other partners.
  • Discover new professional opportunities as well as the technical and technological development inherent to them, based on the activity proposals and the realities presented by each of the partner countries.
  • Expand students’ linguistic competence – English – either through communication established in academic situations – written assignments – or through real communication – virtual and physical meetings, provided for in the project.
  • Promote the use of digital applications and tools, expanding students’ technological and digital competence.
  • Promote values ​​of respect, solidarity, sharing, equality and collaboration.
  • Promote critical thinking, responsibility, creativity and perseverance.
  • Contribute to European citizenship and the condition of European citizen, rights and duties.

Among the various activities implemented, there was a guided tour by the CEO of a leading agricultural and livestock company, which seeks to enhance the traditional ecological practices of Polish agriculture with the most modern contributions of agronomic science, aiming at a balance between productivity and profitability besides using sustainably the planet’s limited natural resources; a visit to Skoda car brand safety testing center; pastry workshops in the confection of croissants, out of a traditional Polish recipe in the old city of Poznan, and the famous ginger breads of Touran; furthermore, guided tours to the millenary historical and cultural heritage of this Central European country, entitled Great Poland , the facilities of the host school and moments of conviviality and fraternization, enhancing the strengthening of relations among European students, the young generation of its citizens, who will certainly disseminate, in their respective countries, in their families and relationships, the desirable spirit of solidarity and peaceful that is at the genesis of the European project, born after the Second World War.

As a result of the travelling option, a brief stay in the German city of Berlin was still possible, allowing the group to quickly immerse in the cosmopolitan reality of this European capital. The group (re)visited emblematic places of German civilization such as the Reichstag or the Brandenburg Gate, built in the 18th century, symbol of reunification, and, especially, historic landmarks from the Second World War and the post-war period such as the Berlin Wall, the Check Point Charlie, the open-air exhibition about the Nazi terrors from 1933 to 1945 or the Holocaust Memorial, as well as some symbols of modernity such as the Sony Center.

Back home, certainly more awaken to the value of interculturality, it is now time to start preparing the reception for our European counterparts, who will visit us next October and for which all, as an educational community, should be mobilized.

Conceição Costa   |   Ilídio Machado   |   Marta Antunes

Ana   |   Filipa   |   Maria   |   Margarida   |   Sabrina

Small Changes, Big Results – eTwinning

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Small Changes, Big Results is an eTwinning project that aims to share feelings and experiences undergone by young people during the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting physical and emotional well-being.

The 9th-graders classes A, B and D from our school participated in this project together with Portuguese schools from Vila do Conde, Barcelos and Cartaxo, and schools from Turkey, from the cities of Eskişehir, Samsun, Istanbul and İzmir, as well as a school from Serbia, from the city of Sakarya.

In this intercultural project, poems and songs were shared traditional games and cooking recipes that identify each region involved, providing the bringing together of cultures, without prejudice and stigmas. Intercultural learning was promoted, as well as the learning of the English language, communication skills and digital skills.

During the development of the project, international forums and online meetings were created, the last of which was held on 9 May.

Another rewarding experience provided by our school.

Vocal Technique

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No âmbito do Projeto “PVPV – Póvoa de Varzim Promove Valores” e da Ação 2 – “Elos PD/PND” nele inscrita, o Município da Póvoa de Varzim em parceria com a Escola Básica de Aver-o-Mar vai promover uma capacitação para professores, no dia 08 de maio, alusiva ao tema “Técnica vocal – Colocação da voz”, tendo por objetivo  estimular no professor novas aptidões pedagógicas para lidar com os novos desafios da educação no século XXI”.

Dia Mundial da Liberdade de Imprensa

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Excelentíssima Senhora Secretária Geral da Unesco

Nós, alunos do oitavo ano, da Escola Básica de Aver-o-Mar, vila situada perto da cidade da Póvoa de Varzim – Portugal, fomos desafiados pelo nosso professor da disciplina de Língua Portuguesa, Joaquim Oliveira, a redigir uma carta sobre o “Dia Mundial da Liberdade de Imprensa” e esta será o nosso pequeno contributo para a comemoração desse dia, em particular, mas sobretudo para relembrar a liberdade no seu sentido lato.

Somos jovens portugueses e orgulhamo-nos de pertencer a um pequeno país em termos de território, mas imenso quanto à sua história e suas gentes conhecidas pelos seus feitos em todo o mundo: na época dos Descobrimentos, Vasco da Gama, Bartolomeu Dias, Pedro Alves Cabral, Fernão de Magalhães, Camões e tantos outros; atualmente, o engenheiro António Guterres que orienta os destinos da ONU, o Cristiano Ronaldo, que dispensa apresentações, Daniela Ruah, em Hollywood,   Mariza, no fado, estes muito conhecidos, mas existem outros menos mediáticos cuja a importância é relevante, como por exemplo, Graça Rocha, João Teixeira e António Ferraz que trabalham no Jet Propulsion Laboratory da NASA e muitos mais que não podemos citar, pois esta missiva seria interminável.

Esta ideia de liberdade de Imprensa é-nos muito cara, pois o professor mostrou-nos uma reportagem sobre a ditadura que oprimiu o nosso povo durante cinquenta anos e não há muito tempo.  Foi graças ao sacrifício de muitas pessoas que hoje podemos livremente dizermos, escrevermos o que pensamos, sem ser preso ou até mesmo mortos. É graças a esses lutadores de ontem, que hoje alguns de nós fazem parte do Clube de Comunicação da escola, onde, através da rádio e do jornal, podem, de forma livre, expressar as suas ideias. Deixamos aqui o agradecimento a esses homens e mulheres que possibilitaram isso.

A comemoração do dia da Liberdade de Imprensa é no dia 3 de maio, mas ele tem de ser vivido todos os dias em qualquer sítio deste vasto e, muitas vezes, injusto mundo. Fica aqui o nosso apelo aos governantes de todos os países para que não se esqueçam que o ser humano nasceu para ser livre e não para ser oprimido pelo seu semelhante.

Com os melhores cumprimentos!

 

Aver-o-Mar, 03 de maio de 2021

Os alunos do 8ºano

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