Τετάρτη, 17 Δεκεμβρίου 2008

After Matera... the Christmas Time

The Εuropean Magazine Logo

The european Logo of our Magazine created by the students of Slovakia
The teachers at 1st Project Meeting in Matera / Italy in December 2008 decided so.
They chose the above one from many other logos, which have been sent by the partners.

Matera & Sassi - Photos by K & S

Matera - Photos by Kostas


Look at Matera Photos (9-13/12/2008) by Kostas Tal.

1st Meeting in Matera

Project Comenius:
The Voice of Teen 1st Project Meeting in Matera
9-13-12-2008


Κυριακή, 7 Δεκεμβρίου 2008

Our School Magazines

The long cource of our school: Our Magazines



Pig-asos is our new school Magazine in our school. Have a look on its own web-blog!
This is the page: http://pigasos3lyk.blogspot.com

Σάββατο, 6 Δεκεμβρίου 2008

New Filadelfia-Νέα Φιλαδέλφεια

More info about Nea Filadelfia on URLs: http://ourselvesathens.blogspot.com/2007/12/apomahoi.html
Patriarxou sq.

Coordinates: 38°2′N 23°42′E
Nea Filadelfia
(in Greek: Νέα Φιλαδέλφεια, meaning New Philadelphia) is a suburb in the northern part of Athens, Greece. The suburb was settled by Greek refugees from Anatolia in Asia Minor (specifically the region around the ancient city of Philadelphia) after 1922.

Nea Philadelpheia in 1933

The area was made up of farmlands and forests dominated the area. In the early to mid-20th century, urban development replaced much of the farmlands. Today, a big part of the municipality is urbanized while the businesses are along the main roads.

Town Hall
Education
Nea Filadelfeia has 9 Primary schools, 4 Secondary Schools (one of them is athletic type) and 3 High Schools. Among threm is the 3rd High School of Nea Filadelfia "Miltos Kountouras", famous for the events and educational projects that organizes.

Markella's painting

The last design on the wall of our school created in May 2008 by Markella
Many thanks, Markella

School Inside: Graffiti









Etymology of the word Graffiti
Graffiti and graffito are from the Italian word graffiato ("scratched"). "Graffiti" is applied in art history to works of art produced by scratching a design into a surface.

A related term is "graffito," which involves scratching through one layer of pigment to reveal another beneath it. This technique was primarily used by potters who would glaze their wares and then scratch a design into it. In ancient times, graffiti was carved on walls with a sharp object, although sometimes chalk or coal were used. The Greek infinitive γράφειν - graphein - meaning "to write," is from the same root.

Source:Wikipedia

Our School: Its graffiti

by Konstantina P.
The graffiti gives life to our school. The walls full of paintings become more colourful and all of us admire them.