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Saldus pamatskolas pedagoģiskā personāla akadēmisko zināšanu un pedagoģisko prasmju pilnveidošana sekmīgai un kvalitatīvai skolas attīstības plāna realizēšanai.
Date du début: 1 août 2016, Date de fin: 30 avr. 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Saldus Elementary school ( 34 teachers, 378 students) was founded in 1904, is the oldest school in Saldus. In 2011 two more educational programmes were licensed. All teachers participate in different professional development courses regulary, mostly in Latvia. The staff of school is active and rather often takes part in different local and national projects. The goal of this project depends on School Development Plan for School Year 2014/2015 - 2018/2019 and is dedicated to continue developing staff competences of teaching, training and learning on a level that helps to implement all educational programmes on high quality, to elevate the common quality of school. It also envisages to phase in of CLIL methods, to promote and broaden European dimension. It will provide students with skills that secure them with competitiveness in further educational process and labour market in Latvia and Europe. Eleven different subject teachers are involved in this project. Therefore the goal during the first period of activity is to organize a course of developing English using administrative financial sources of the project Then to send to different professional development courses in Great Britain 7 teachers - Art, Math, Music, Sport, 3 Primary class ( also Drama, Geography) and 4 different subject teachers to Job Shadowing activities- 2 to school in Opava in Czech Republic and 2 to school in Lorca in Spain to practice and get an experience of good practice of using CLIL method in teaching process. The participants of this project are going to use different methods, like acquirement of knowledge, developing skills, competences, reproducing, emotional influence and others. Carrying out the project participants will intensively develop English language competences, will acquire new innovative methods (mostly CLIL) and means for teaching different subjects, they will be acquainted with educational system in other European countries. Communication competences and ability to use modern technologies will be acquired and developed. Participants will also obtain comprehension of cultural differences and common features of people in European countries. Our school is sure the results will be well and widely disseminated at school and outside it.



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