Monthly Archives: March 2016

Refrigerator Poetry and winners of the quiz

Thank you for many nice class visits during the Poetry Week! It was great that so many classes could come to the library, fun to take part of many students’ poems and also fun that as many as about 100 … Continue reading

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What does poetry mean to you?

On March 21 is the World Poetry Day. The most common when thinking of poetry is to relate to poetry written by poets. But there is so much more that is also included within poetry: lyrics, messages people write to each … Continue reading

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MYP7’s Mirror Project and the Pi Day

This week starting with the Pi Day, the library has the honor to host the results of MYP7’s mirror project. They have have worked with the mirror project in geometry. The students have designed mirrors for a company called ISEA, based … Continue reading

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The International Woman’s day

The theme for International Women’s Day on March 8 2016 is: Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality. This theme raises such questions as: The right to inclusive and quality education The right to lifelong learning Human … Continue reading

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