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PROIECTUL ERASMUS+ "Never give up! "

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Nr. Ref.  2017-1-PL01-KA219-038729_7

Never Give Up!

Our Project NEVER GIVE UP is an Erasmus+ KA2019 Strategic  Partnerships for Schools. İt involves 8 partner schools from 6 different European Countries. This Project will last 2 years (2017-2019)

Applicant Organisation (COORDINATOR)
Zespol Szkol Ogolnoksztalcacych nr 16, Gimnazjum nr 16 ,Gorzow Wielkopolski, Poland
Partner Countries:
Gazi Osman Paşa Ortaokulu, Ankara, Turkey
Istituto Comprensivo Mazzarino, Mazzarino, Italy
Escola Básica e Secundária da Ponta do Sol, Ponta do Sol, Portugal
Scoala Gimnaziala"Zaharia Stancu", Rosiorii de Vede, Romania
10th Primary School Of Limassol (K.B.), Limassol, Cyprus

We want to carry out this project because:
Our target groups are the students having divorced and fragmented families. The rationale of this project is the increasing number of divorce events throughout our country and also in European Countries. Also, the aim of this project is to support the students who have problems with the school success, who have communication problems, who are introvert and having integration problems, who have socialization problems due to some circumstances in their lives.
We aim to prevent early school drops of our students by increasing their learning motivations. Domestic relationships, divorce, death of a family member, the attitudes of the parents against the child, parents' attitude towards school and child's school success expectations, child study environment and many other factors affect a child's school success.  Failure is one of the leading reasons for children's school drop-out. Students whose parents are divorced, or students who have lost one of their parents have many difficulties in expressing themselves, having lack of self-confidence with showing their talents or most important of all is that perhaps they are not appreciated or their talents may be ignored by their parents because they had some quarrels home. All these negative effects bring the failure at school. Getting low marks, being inactive during lessons, not taking part in games or not being social make the students move away from their schools. This project will show at what rate there are students in these conditions, as mentioned above, throughout the European countries, what kind of problems they are tackling with, if these problems are similar to each country students or do they have different reflections.
The activities which are planned to be done in this project will help these students:
- to internationalize
- to generate motivation
- to gain self-confidence
- to improve their talents,
- to increase their school success
- to help them to socialize
- to broaden their horizon
- to gain awareness of the World around them
- to keep them away from bad habits like using tobacco, alcohol or forbidden substances
- to support one's self and encourage them to continue their education
- to encourage them never giving up in life and from their education
- to provide coaching and counseling
- We also aim to improve the students' and the teachers' knowledge about the diversity of European societies. Our project will be very useful to develop the mobility of students and teachers while developing the quality of Europe dimension of teaching and training.
- We aim to eliminate the prejudices between countries, cultures and nations.
- Our project will also help our schools improve pedagogical approaches and school management.
-. By means of different questionnaires, designing logos, brochures and Erasmus+ project corners, students will have a chance to develop their four language skills and they will gain comprehensive knowledge of games.
-They will widen their vocabulary knowledge. In live chats and learning/teaching/training meetings they will communicate via the target language and enhance their English proficiency. They will see and appreciate the importance of English as a foreign language.

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