Thursday, 23 March 2017

Our team is preparing for a project meeting in Kalamata. We had a parents and students meeting where we got more information about  the project "INCLUDE", the program of the meeting.

Goda “ I feel really excited about visiting such a great democratic country like Greece. I hope to make international friendship with other project participants.”

Karolina”  I’m looking forward to  beginning of our our visit to  Greece because I adore travelling. I am looking forward to meeting  new friends and getting to know the people of Greece, their culture and gain some knowledge about democracy.”

Kamile” I hope that this trip to Greece is going to be really amazing. I will not only make new friends, gain an unforgettable lifetime experience, improve my English skills, but I will also have an opportunity to get to know  another culture and traditions.“

Rugile“ I‘m counting down the days till the meeting in Greece with our project partners and make new friends with them. And I'm so excited about seeing Greek nature, architecture, climate, language and people!"

Gabija“ I have never traveled further than my own country to be honest. That is why it is  an honor for me to participate in an international project and meet students from other countries. Also, to see other countries‘ culture, teaching techniques and whatsoever the most that impresses me is that I have an enormous opportunity to visit such an egzotic and warm country.“

Thursday, 16 March 2017


On December 8,2016 the information about new Erasmus+ projects was presented at the parents', teachers and students' conference. " INCLUDE" project coordinator at ieporiai gymnasium made presntation about the aims and activities planned to be caried out during the project period 2016-2018.

The winners of project logo competition at Lieporiai gymnasium

The project "INCLUDE" logo competiion was orgainzed at Lieporiai gymnasium on 12-13 December ,2016 .                                  
The winners are Emilija , Kornelija ir Liveta.

 Emilija :
"When I was drawing the logo, I was thinking about the meaning of the word “ include” . The first idea was about people of all ages and nationalities. Thus, my logo represents people who are involved in common activity. While we have a common goal and hobbies, we are united and we can help each other to grow. I am really happy with the second place in logo competition, and also that I was given an opportunity to join the project ' INCLUDE' "

"The project “INCLUDE” means for me international communication. I wanted to show that communication unites all people. We are all people of the same world. And  even though we are different ,  we need to communicate. I used many colours in my drawing. I wanted to show the world where people are very colourful, different in their languages, cultures and customs. The project “INCLUDE” is important to all people and me , to everyone who wants to communicate."

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

An interview to the logo author

Konstantina  Dimakakou (student of the 4th Senior High School, Kalamata-Greece) about her logo:

“The drawing shows two kids, that are completely different, holding the Earth in their hands. The girl is white and the boy is black. I’ve chosen to draw T-shirts on them that have the opposite colours. With this antithesis, I want to highlight that the world belongs to everyone, no matter how he looks like, where he is from, what he wears. Everybody has the right to consider Earth as his home. Equality is the basic foundation of democracy. Every single person in the world has to have the privilege to live in a democratic constitution, where he is able to have the same rights with all of his fellow citizens.
I put the flags in this order considering where each country is located on the Earth.
Finally, I put the name of our action in a cloud so as to show that it is an idea, it is a thought that can totally change the way we see the world. It can make us all think differently about how we are supposed to behave to people different from us, but also to the planet Earth, our home…”