Our students from Liceo " Seguenza" , as well as other pupils from lots of local schools, have taken part in a project organised by the Regional Library: each school was assigned a Sicilian city to work on: our students will develop a project about Catania. Since the beginning of the school year, they have been attending several seminars and conferences, held by University professors and journalists, about different topics: art, enogastronomy, the social media. On 15th March 2017, they went to the library to do some research about books dealing with the above-mentioned topic in order to jot down a tourist itinerary on Catania's hidden tresaures. This itinerary, along with the others devised by other schools, will be published on a blog coordinated by the Library
Hosting Kristian Novak in X. Gymnasium "Ivan Supek". Hall full of high school students and a writer who rightfully deserves to be a new generation first choice. In our Erasmus + project this event, along with Jelena Crnek, was organized by our project team members mrs. Cvjetanka Bozanic and mrs.Neli Mindoljević.
On 22nd February 2017 , our students met Silvana La Spina to discuss her latest novel " L'uomo che veniva da Messina" : they had the opportunity to interview the author and learn her views about reading and her writing creative process.
Liceo organised three meetings (16-17/12/2016, 21/01/2017) in order to sponsor school activities and courses to the families of prospective students. Each event was attended by nearly three hundred people interested in the educational offer. On these occasions, informative talks were devoted to the presentation of the Erasmus+ projects granted to the school. Liceo had the opportunity to outline the main features and aims of "Handbook for RSP readers", thus arousing great enthusiasm among the audience.
Likewise, the project drew the attention of the local press that published the newspaper articles here attached: they stress the importance of the school's Erasmus+ projects while highlighting the Liceo Seguenza's international dimension.
Schools promotional video also included the presentation of two ongoing Erasmus+ projects: " Handbook for RSP readers" and " Embrace". It was shown during the three meetings and broadcast by local TVs.