Selo Europeu de Qualidade
O Selo Europeu de Qualidade é a segunda nota de sucesso e é concedido automaticamente pelo Serviço de Apoio Central às escolas por um projecto, em que pelo menos dois parceiros tenham recebido o Selo Nacional de Apoio.
O nosso projeto Children an Reporters recebeu o Selo Europeu de Qualidade e ficámos todos muito felizes. Todos os alunos vão receber um diploma pelo trabalho desenvolvido.
eTwinning Quality Labels
eTwinning Quality Labels are granted to teachers with excellent eTwinning projects. They indicate that the project has reached a certain national and European standard. For this reason, there are two labels: the National Quality Label and the European Quality Label.
If you think that your eTwinning project deserves an extra mark of success, then you can apply for the National Quality Label through your eTwinning Desktop under the section ‘Labels’. If you have more than one project that you think deserves the Label, then simply fill out an application for each.
The European Quality Label is a second mark of success and is awarded automatically by the Central Support Service to schools in a project where at least two partners have already received the National Quality Label. The European Quality Label is awarded only once a year and featured through the eTwinning Portal.
You must have a European Quality Label to participate in the European eTwinning Prizes competition.
Pupil Quality Label for portuguese students
To also give recognition to your pupils for their commitment and hard work during an eTwinning project, a special National Quality Label certificate template for your pupils is now also available. From the same location in your Desktop, a second icon for your pupils will appear if you have been accepted. The certificate will have your project’s name and you can then add your pupils’ names by hand.
Love, affection and sweets on Saint Valentine’s Day
February 14 is the day on which many countries around the world commemorate the day of love and affection between close companions, friends and lovers. This is the day to offer sweet, chocolates, flowers and send greeting cards. It more traditional symbols include heart-shaped outlines, doves and the image os winged Cupid with his bow and arrow.
SAFER INTERNET DAY
Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people across the world. Safer Internet Day 2012 took place on Tuesday 7 February 2012, centred on the theme “Connecting generations and educating each other”, where we encouraged users young and old to “discover the digital world together…safely”!
For Valentine’s day, we bring you the true story of Ushi, who learns that in love, the most important thing is just to be yourself.
We hope you’ll enjoy it and have a wonderful Valentine’s day!
Dear Claudia, Rodrigo and Ana
We are 6º C. (Sixth Form, Class C)
We live near Spain. The closest city to us is Badajoz, in the Extremadura.
We often go to Spain: shopping, vacation, eating or going to the cinema.
We watched your videos and we liked them. They were funny!
Soon, we will send you a Xmas message!
Where is Santa’s sleigh?
Story about a trick the elves play on Santa when they hide his sleigh just before Christmas. Santa tries to solve the mystery and looks for it everywhere.
In Lisbon, the nights begin with Fado.
An accompaniment to the city’s history, Fado grew out of the old quarters of Mouraria, Alfama, Bairro Alto and Madragoa.
Amália was the most charismatic of these early Fado singers and the first to take the music overseas. Possessing a great stage presence and being a natural entertainer, Amália left us with the classical image of the traditional Fado singer in a black dress and shawl. Her former residence is now a museum that is well worth a visit.
Fado, Humanity Heritage
A shawl, a guitar, a voice and heartfelt emotion. These are the ingredients of Fado.
Nowadays, Fado is almost a symbol of Portugal, a celebrated form of world music that has retained its traditional qualities but moved with the times. Amália, the world-renowned singer who brought Fado to the great concert halls of Europe and the attention of international audiences, has found a worthy successor in Mariza, who continues to tour overseas, taking the Fado to an even wider audience.
Autumn or fall is one of the four temperate seasons. Autumn marks the transition from summer into winter, in September (Northern Hemisphere) or March (Southern Hemisphere) when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier.
Autumn in our school!
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“To Autumn” is a poem by English Romantic poet John Keats (31 October 1795 – 23 February 1821). The work was composed on 19 September 1819 and published in 1820 in a volume of Keats’s poetry that included Lamia and The Eve of Saint Agnes. “To Autumn” is the final work in a group of poems known as Keats’s “1819 odes”. Although he had little time throughout 1819 to devote to poetry because of personal problems, he composed “To Autumn” after a walk near Winchester one autumnal evening. The work marks the end of his poetic career as he needed to earn money and could no longer devote himself to the lifestyle of a poet. A little over a year following the publication of “To Autumn”, Keats died in Rome.
Report – Halloween in our schools
Halloween (Halloween-read-Halouín is the original name in English ) is a traditional and cultural event, which occurs primarily in countries Anglo-Saxon , but with special relevance in the United States , Canada , Ireland and the UK , having as the basis and origin of the ancient celebrations (no references to where they came from these celebrations).
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If you look at how Halloween is celebrated today, we see that has little to do with their origins: only left an allusion to the dead, but with a completely different character than it had at first.