Friday, December 18, 2009

Saturday, December 12, 2009

In the Library

One of the most interesting activities developed in our school on December was that which made involve pupils and Romanian teachers. The purpose of such activity was to prove the talent of pupils in acting different scenes dedicated to Christmas Day. Despite finishing school earlier, they have tried not to lose the opportunity to celebrate this important day for Christianity. Thus, the Romanian teachers of our school have prepared their pupils in order to act Jesus’ birth. The pupils have delighted the audience no only by their acting but also by their costumes. Besides, the teachers of Religious Education have prepared together their pupils a short program in which they talk about faith by means of impressive essays as well as by religious songs, carols, taking in account the way in which Romanians keep their folk traditions. The host of this activity was the school library.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Artificially Environmental Rink in Mioveni Town

In a few days, in Mioveni Town, on the plateau lied in front of the Culture House, the Town Hall will give into operation one of the most modern ice rinks in the country, with an area of 300 square meters. This rink will have a plexus-glass base that will be cast a high density polymer solution. Basically, it will not skate on the ice, but on a silicone surface with a thickness of 8 mm. The advantage is that this solution allows the rink to be used practically and summer, although the city administration intends to be arranged in summer, ice rink instead of a playground for children or a mini-football field. After the auction organized, it was also purchased 100 pairs of skates, a laundry area and one of sharp skates. Such rinks were arranged in Bucharest, Craiova, Rovinari and Alexandria.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Friday, October 9, 2009

Blog Action Day 2009

Let’s Participate with Our Blog in
Blog Action Day ’09 Climate Change!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Circus Comes to Town

Ion Moise Bădulescu, the young performer of Mioveni Cultural Center once again confirms its value. In those 12 years can be proud of dozens of awards obtained from national and international competitions and festivals.
After early August he won the big trophy at the Golden Stag Junior ago he entered the national selection for Eurovision Junior 2009.
The competition was allowed only 15 songs from the 43 participating. The song with which he will attend is "The Circus Comes to Town”. The pre-selection will be broadcast live on TVR 1 on September 20th and the winner will be designated with the jury but by a system of TV voting where we can vote for favorite artist.
The piece that will garner the most points will represent Romania in Kiev (Ukraine).

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Enjoying Nature

Here is a slide of photos taken on the 1st of June after our classes. We were on the hill where we saw the new Wooden Church and we admired the landscape. Our short trip was wonderful.

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Fashion Parade

Our Workshop

Here are some photos joined in a slide presenting one of the activities we have developed today at "Liviu Rebreanu" School Mioveni during the symposium "Pleading for Beauty" - Our Workshop - with paintings, practical skills and technological crafts.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

On Europe Day

The teachers of kindergartens and schools from Arges County have developed on May 9th the activity “Europe through a Child's Eye” by means of an International Symposium. Here is a slide of photos showing this event.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

COTMEANA Monastery

Important medieval historical monument in the south-east of Europe, Cotmeana Monastery is the oldest in Wallachia. Initially, it was built by Radu I, ruler of Wallachia (1377- 1389), then the church was restored by Mircea the Old (1386-1418) between 1387-1389, being an excellent place of stopover on the way from Pitesti to Cozia Monastery. It became one of the important foundation of the voievode Mircea the Old. We have just visited it last weekend.