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On 1st of December all the Erasmus students prepared special presentation focusing on the modern malady, which is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, AIDS. The participants, who came to expand their knowledge about the above mentioned field, were given not only symbolic red bows, but also special fliers with the basic pieces of information. The leaders briefly explained the process of contracting HIV, presented the phases of its development, and summarized the latest situation and spread of virus in Poland. It has been estimated that in our country, there are 20 000 people living with HIV. The most important, however, was to teach the others and highlight tolerance and respect to those afflicted.


First aid training in Domosławice

Due to our feverish preparations before visiting Spain, the teachers of Civics and English invited one of the most famous person dealing with first aid in Little Poland, Mr Andrzej Ziarko. He works as an assistant in the Institute of Safety and Civic Education of Pedagogical University in Cracow During the lectures, the students had an opportunity to improve their skills concerning the first aid topic and practice under the supervision of such a great persona. The main focus was put on the proper behavior in case of unconscious person. In addition, the pupils could get to know with the work of defibrillator AED.

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World Health and Sports Day in Domosławice

On 2 June 2016 in Józef Tischner Junior High School and Kindergarten Complex there was organized the event called World Health and Sports Day. All the students and teachers from our school took part in this event. Students' parents and other family members were also invited to participate in it, and we had special guests, too - a group of children from an orphanage in Tarnów.

The aim of the World Health and Sports Day was to promote healthy eating habits as well as active lifestyle. During the event everybody had a chance to participate in different activities.

Some students from primary school and junior high school prepared healthy and really delicious snacks and desserts for others to taste. They were all made from natural ingredients without additives and preservatives. You can see the photos of those delicious snacks and how they were made here: Healthy food

The participants could also try their hand in various fun sports competitions and forms of physical activities including archery, football, elements of gymnastics, zumba, aerobics and dancing and other. A group of students from the second class of junior high school organized a hike in the Pieniny Mountains. You can see the photos of what we did here: Sports, games and activities

There was also organized a competition for the best posters showing healthy eating habits. The winning posters can be viewed here: Posters

Everybody had a lot of fun during the World Health and Sports Day, which made us all aware that it's not so difficult to prepare something healthy and delicious to eat and that we can take spend our time actively, even if we are not so good at sports.





Health Day at the Schönborn-Gymnasium Bruchsal on July 1st, 2016

How can our Erasmus+-project “Sick or Sound” reach out to all the students, the staff and the parents of our school to implement ‘healthy ideas’? Our team decided to choose the Health Day for this goal and after many months of preparation, on July 1st, our Principal Mr Mittag started the opening ceremony by welcoming the students, the staff, the instructors and one of our stakeholders the UKBW [Unfallkasse Baden-Württemberg].   

Our goal was to sensitize our ‘school community’ for this very important subject: Health.

Therefore, we invited representatives of different health or governmental organizations, sport clubs or other private groups of our area and also some of our colleagues to execute a 90 minutes’ workshop in 3 consecutive blocks.  The workshops took place in our school, in our school yard, in the park around our school and at the stadium of a nearby high school. With the intention to involve also the parents we opened the workshops in the afternoon for the parents. The Body Model and the video installation of the Erasmus+-students informed the interested parents about the Erasmus+-project SoS (Sick or Sound).

Each class participated in 3 different of our 26 workshops which offered instructional or athletic occupations.

The aspect of healthy nutrition included for example the basic food pyramid, the critical analyze of common commercial power drinks, soft drinks or power bars and also discussed diseases caused by unhealthy lifestyle [drugs, fast food, stress f.e.].

The Aids organization of Karlsruhe provided information on important HIV/AIDS issues from the problems of transmission of HIV to the stigmatization and discrimination based on sexual orientation.

The association of dental hygiene of Karlsruhe taught our students how they should take care of their dental hygiene by analyzing the impact of correct tooth cleaning. They also showed them how to create their own toothpaste.

The organization ‘Manisita’ was cooking vegetarian burgers and vegetable meals to teach the students another aspect of healthy lifestyle.

The workshop ‘Chill and Relax” focused on mental health teaching the students how to cope with stressful situations as exams or tests.

The athletic workshops offered a variety from different kind of dancing [HipHop or Breakdance] to girls’ soccer, Frisbee competitions, acrobatics and self-defense. In a single or in a partner challenge, the students could test their ability to hold their balance on the slackline or at the balancing corner.

The higher grades [9th to 11th] were able to run for the German Athletic Running badge.

We also asked our cafeteria team to join our event by offering a healthy nutrition at that day: a healthy vegetarian wrap with 2 choices of fillings, a yoghurt and a fruit.

The Health Day was the first event of that kind at our school and gave an opportunity to all the participants to gain a varied experience in the important field of ‘Health’.