Purpose

International activities enhance the programmes of the individual schools in St. Stanislav’s Institution. They are meant as lessons in another environment, in which students actively learn about new places, customs, history, languages, natural sciences, art, music and other subjects related to the particular international activity. Among the most important objectives are familiarity and respect of differences and overcoming stereotypes about foreign countries and people. Foreign collaboration strengthens the collective consciousness of belonging to the European cultural space. At least one international event occurs every month. We are very proud of our international involvement and constantly aspire to expand it.

If you are interested in any kind of cooperation with St. Stanislav’s  Institution or have some questions about the projects that are in progress or have been completed, please do not hesitate to contact the international office.

This year for the first time we are organising a seminar about Experiental learning as a result of all the experience we gained through the past couple of years. To learn more about the seminar and how to apply, please click on the link below.

International Projects

 

Qualified staff for a modern school

Qualified staff for a modern school is an international project with no partner schools. The project’s aim is to offer further learning opportinities for teachers. Based on our detected needs we have formed a project in which we have made provisions for 17 exchanges, where our teachers can attend seminars and workshops. The project is funded by the Erasmus + programme under the key action 1 – learning mobility of individuals.

Young Etrepreneurs in Action! (YEA!)

YEA! is a project that is run in cooperation with the Kongshavn Videregaende Skole from Oslo, Norway. Its aim is to further develop the range of activities offered to gymnasium students in the field of entrepreneurship. The project is funded by the Erasmus + programme under the key action 2 – strategic partnerships among schools only.

Natural Science for Social Impact (NaSSI)

NaSSI is a project that is run in cooperation with Calasanz Instituut from Nijlen, Belgium. Its aim is to prepare additional materials that both secondary schools could use in extracurricular activities in the field of Natural Sciences, especially in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. In addition, we intend to reconsider our approach to the methods of instruction of those subjects. The project is funded in the Erasmus + programme under the key action 2 – strategic partnerships among schools only.

Art Nouveau – Art Renouveau

Art Nouveau – Art Renouveau is a project coordinated by the Wellington School in Ayr, Scotland. Other partner schools in the project beside ours include Mallinckrodt-Gymnasium from Dortmund, Germany, Institut saint Dominique from Mortefontaine, France, Colegiul National “Constantin Cantacuzino” from Targoviste, Romania and Sredno obshtoobrazovatelno uchilishte Emilyan Stanev from Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. The aim of the project is to provide additional activites and exchanges for our students in the field of Art. The project is funded by the Erasmus + programme under the key action 2 – strategic partnerships among schools only.

Outdoor Learning

Outdoor Learning is a project that is developed together with Borge Skole from Fredrikstad, Norway. Both primary schools develop a model of outdoor education and set examples of good practice, trying to implement each others’ achievements and further advance their activities in this area. The project is funded by the EEA Grants and Norwegian Grants in cooperation with the Slovene Scolarship Fund.

Improving Quality and Accessibility in In-Service Trainings for Teachers (IQAIST)

IQAIST is a strategic partnership run in the scheme of Erasmus +, Key Action 2. The coordinating partner is YouNet, an organisation for providing seminars and workshops and project management besed in Bologna, Italy. The Slovenian coordinating partner is Step Institute. Both organisations are joined by partners dealing with similar projects from Portugal, Romania, Spain and Turkey. These organisations will provide model workshops tailored to the needs of the 11 participating schools from the above mentioned 6 countries. The main aim of the project is to improve and develop new methods of preparing and performing training activities as well as revising existing methods in cooperation with the attendees.

Partner Schools

We foster links with the following partners schools and other institutions from numerous European countries: