More than 600 students, representatives of all primary schools in Oleśnica, visited Krzyżowa from 31st May to 9th June as part of the project "Good school - better student". The students were learning and having fun together, developing their interests and realizing contents connected with educational and professional consulting.
After the classes, each group of students could integrate by a common campfire. Pupils and teachers from Olesnica will be invited to another cycle of classes within the framework of alternative forms of education in the new school year.
The project is implemented in partnership with the municipality of Olesnica and with great support from the Olesnica Local Government Education Team.
"A good start in craft" is another educational project implemented by the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe from the ROP WD 2014-2020 funds, under Measure 10.4, addressed to students and teachers of secondary schools.
The leader of the project is the Lower Silesian Chamber of Crafts in Wrocław, and the partner together with the Krzyżowa Foundation is the Lower Silesian Voivodeship - the body running the following schools: the Lower Silesian School Complex in Bożków, the Lower Silesian School Complex in Jawor, the Maria Grzegorzewska's Lower Silesian Special Educational Center No. 13 for Blind and Visually Impaired Students and with other disabilities in Wrocław, the Maria Grzegorzewska's Lower Silesian Special Educational Center No. 12 for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students and with other disabilities in Wrocław.
High school students from Świdnica, Strzegom and Świebodzice spent May and June visiting interesting cultural and natural places in Lower Silesia. Trips organized by the "Krzyżowa" Foundation as part of the "Poviat road to educational success" project tooke place to such places as: Arboretum in Wojsławice, Książ Castle, Colorful Lakes in Rudawy Janowickie, tourist routes in Świeradów, the Walimskie Drifts, Church of Peace in Świdnica, ZOO , The National Museum, the Jewish Cemetery, Hydropolis in Wrocław and Krzyżowa Foundation.
Students benefited from organized workshops, activities and guided tours. In total, over 30 trips tooke place during one month, in which nearly 1,500 students took part. The aim of the away-from-home activities was to arouse students 'interest in various fields, which result in the improvement of students' key competences and, consequently, obtaining better learning outcomes.
On 18 February, in the Complex of Technical Schools in Kłodzko, there was a solemn presentation of scholarships for students within the project "Fachowcy na lokalnym rynku pracy" carried out by the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe.
The Krzyżowa Foundation was represented by Tamara Chorąży - deputy manager of the Innovation and Development Office. The event was also attended by: Rafał Olecha - director of the Complex of Technical Schools in Kłodzko, Anetta Kościuk - director of the Department of Education of the County Office in Kłodzko.