I been teaching in Welsh Medium Schools' in Wales for the past 10 years and I am currently a teacher at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Tirdeunaw, Swansea, Wales.
I have previously co-ordinated two Comenius projects and this will be my third.
I am dedicated in ensuring that we develop our pupils to become enthusiastic and thoughtful Global Citizens who care for their world. Giving them opportunites to from a bond with pupils from around the globe in a fun and interactive way using modern technologies.
My name is Barbara Olewińska and I am the deputy head of a primary school in Wolbrom, (near Cracow), Poland. I have been teaching English for fourteen years and I am responsible for international contacts. Previously I took part in Comenius project and currently I am coordinating project POWER with mobilities for teachers.
Participation in this ERASMUS + project will be a great opportunity for our school to share educational experience between teachers as well as to motivate students to learn and to communicate with their European friends.
I am sure it will be three fantastic years of having fun and meeting enthusiastic people.
Hi, my name is Elin Zych and this is my eighth year of teaching at Ysgol Gymraeg Parc y Tywyn. We are a Welsh-Medium Primary School, close to the coast in a popular coastal town called Burry Port on the outskirts of Llanelli, South West Wales. I teach Year 4 and am also the Music Coordinator of the school. This is the second project for me to be a part of and we are all very excited to embark on a new journey with you all, our new European partners on this ICT-based project.
My name is Rikke Lohmann and I work at Kroggaardsskolen in Odense. I’ve been a teacher for 17 years, primary working with 1st to 3rd grade classes in math but this year I teach 2nd and 5th grade. I’ve taken a diploma in math and I’m the school’s math supervisor. I’m very interested in ICT and how to integrate it in our teaching.
We have been part of a KA2 project called CLIL4U from 2014-2016. It was a language-project, where we used the method CLIL (content language integrated learning) and made lessons plans for everyone to use.
This spring we were working together with local companies, using innovative approaches in our teaching. The 4th graders were to invent a new kind of bike racks. They learned to code a robot to show, what their bike rack could do. Their inventions were part of the RoboBusiness Europe exhibition Odense in June.
We are looking forward to being a part of this project!
My name is Jeanne-Marie Phillips and I am the Erasmus + co-ordinator at St Mary's BNS, Booterstown, which is an all-boys primary school in Dublin. I grew up locally and spent several years teaching English as a foreign language before training to be a primary school teacher. I have worked in international schools in Spain and in Ireland and I am delighted to bring an international perspective to our teaching and learning here at St Mary's.
This is my first time working on an Erasmus + project, although our school has been involved in two previous projects and pupils are keen to continue the collaboration with our European neighbours. We look forward to sharing new experiences and learning together.