The Time to Move T-shirt contest returns in 2019! If you are at least 13 years old and not more than 30, design a Time to Move themed T-shirt that best represents the spirit of the campaign, share it and have a chance to travel around Europe on train!
One of our students, ALEKSANDRA SUFIN, class 2g has already designed a Time to Move themed T-shirt that best represents the spirit of the campaign TIME TO MOVE- a collection of events for young people organised all over Europe during the month of October. The activities focus on introducing hundreds of possibilities through which you can go abroad and take part in an international projects, explore Europe or gain experience you need for your future, like volunteering in another country for a few months, school exchange or internships abroad.
The contest runs until 31 October 2019. After the closing, Eurodesk will choose winners. Additionally, Eurodesk will choose 5 more contestants with outstanding creations.
The winners will receive the following prizes:
- The winners of the first places in the two categories will each receive an Interrail Global Pass that can be used for 7 days within 1 month.
- The public voting winner will receive an Eastpak luggage.
- The 5 contestants with outstanding creations will receive an Eastpak backpack each.
VOTE FOR OLA ON : https://contest.eurodesk.eu/entries/185460801
News prepared by Mrs Marzena Kossak
On the thirteenth day of September, on Friday, all freshmen together with some teachers went on an integration trip. It took place outdoors in Folwark in Kamyk. Buses with participants left Częstochowa at 9.00 and after half an hour they were already there. After a short preparation, the presentations of each class began. When everybody got to know each other, a nice woman from Kamyk was preparing something to eat for the participants. When everything was done, teenagers were dancing, because after their little show it was time for a party. But when they heard that they could eat sausages and bread and drink juices, they stopped and at once started rushing to the place where the food was served. They were eating and talking when their teachers told them it was time to come back. Everybody had fun and for sure they won’t forget this amazing day.
news prepared by Karolina Kluba from 1 G
edited by Ms Joanna Wołkowicka
photo by Mateusz Gzel from 3 G
Weronika Rodziewicz and Weronika Piotrowska from 3d took part in The World Youth Climate Strike in September and wrote the following article about it. They also prepared the conversation lesson concerning the topic. As you can see on the photos below they are really devoted to this serious matter. Teenagers notice the problem and do care about the environment !
“The World Youth Climate Strike is an initiative that aims to draw
attention of those in governments to a dangerously changing climate. Its
participants oppose the indifferent attitude of the rulers. Protests
against the passivity of politicians related to climate crisis are planned
in 130 countries around the world. The date of September 20 was not chosen
at random. On Monday, September 23, the UN Climate Summit began in New
York. Young people wanted to show that they were not indifferent before
such an important event .
The action also spread across Poland. The organizer of the protests is the
Youth Climate Strike here. It is a movement of pupils and university
students who are not passive to the climate change caused by human
September 20, Friday, was the day of the Youth Climate Strike. Częstochowa
also joined the campaign. The demonstation of young people was organized as
a part of the ‘Thousand Cities Protest’. It had its finale at
Biegański Square.Young people gathered with posters, banners and smiles on
their faces at 10.00 . Then a group of over 100 people walked along the
High Street to Bieganskiego square shouting their slogans. Students from
our school also took part in the strike. “It was indeed a very
interesting experience. Passers-by waved at us cheerfully and applauded. I
felt that people are not really indifferent to the climate change and we
as the voice of young people can really achieve something.”
One of the pedestrians said:”I was most impressed by the creativity of
the students. Their posters were made in comical and comprehensible way.
They draw attention to the most important climate problems, “said
The World Youth Climate team in Częstochowa has already announced in
social media that it would not be limited to only one event. It is already
preparing further events that are to engage young people and make them
aware of environmental problems. We look forward to participating in them.
We also encourage you to check social networking websites!”
Article written by Weronika Rodziewicz i Weronika Piotrowska from class 3d
Photos taken by Weronika Rodziewicz.