Our Schools, Towns and Regions.

  • Poland.

Ulanów is a small town situated in the south-east of Poland, between two rivers: San and Tanew. It is a picturesque  town with rafting traditions. Our school consists of primary and junior secondary school. There are about 400 students aged 6-15 and almost 40 teachers. There are two computer classrooms, a gym, a library and a canteen.

  • Hungary

TheTildy Zoltán Primary School, Elelmentary Institution of Teaching Arts and Allied Service of Pedagogy functions in Szeghalom, a little town of a disadvantageous region of southern eastern part of Hungary with the population of ten thousand .
Our institution is of multi function. Children aged 6-14 attend the 8 forms of Primary School. Their number is 664. Junior section: 329 from aged 6 to 10. Senior section: 335 aged 10 to 14.
Apart from the elementary education there is education of arts – with areas of formation dancing, art, drama and music. Number of students involved is 224 aged 6-22.

  • Czech Republic:
  • An ancient town with 8.5 thousand inhabitants
  • The first written report on Lipník dates back to 1238
  • The town has preserved its original street lines, historic objects in the medieval core and fortification system
  • Lipník nad Bečvou can be considered as one of the most valuable urban conservation areas in Czechia.
  • Lipník nad Bečvou can be considered as one of the most valuable urban conservation areas in Czechia.
  • The medieval Helfštýn Castle situated in the vicinity of the town, it´s the largest castles in Central Europe. Known for HEFAISTON International Blacksmiths´ Meetings.


A private language nursery and primary school.
Low numbers of pupils in classrooms (max 16).
English language teaching (from the 1st grade).
Teaching of chosen subjects in English ( CLIL).
PET Exam.
Teaching of native speakers (English and French).
Driving pupils to and from school by Sluničkobus.
Wide offer of free time activities.
Qualified team of teachers.
Friendly athmosphere.

  • Finland:

Kemi is a town and municipality of Finland. It is located very near the city of Tornio. It was founded in 1869.

Kemi is situated by the Bothnian Bay, at the mouth of river Kemijoki, and it is part of Lapland region. The town has a population of 22,303 (30 September 2012).

The main economic activity in Kemi is centred on two large paper and woodpulp mills and on the only chromium mine in Europe (which supplies the Outokumpu ferrochrome plant in Tornio).

A polytechnic university of applied sciences is also situated in Kemi.

Kemi also has a claim to fame as the home of the world’s largest snow castle (reconstructed every year with a different architecture). The snowcastle is usually located at the inner harbour of Kemi.

Kivikko School

Kivikko school consists of two separate school buildings, one in Kivikko and the other in Koivuharju. The school unit in Kiveliönkatu was founded in 1963. There are pupils from first-graders to fifth-graders in Kiveliönkatu school unit and each of the grades is composed of two parallel classes. The pupils come mainly from the districts of Kivikko, Ristikangas, Nauska and Tervaharju. There is rather a big amount of pupils annually studying in this unit, this school year 226 children altogether.

  • Italy:

Palazzolo sul’Oglio is in the North of Italy in the province of Brescia in the Po valley, 60 km from Milan. Our town has got nearly 20,000 inhabitants and it’s on the river Oglio. The town grew around the castle, you can still see the old walls, and it was well protected by the river. At Palazzolo there are five bridges, the oldest is the Roman bridge which dates back to Roman. Palazzolo has got the tallest round tower in Europe. At the top of the Tower there’s the statue of Saint Fedele, our patron. Palazzolo has an ancient centre with a big church, a square and arcades. In the centre, next to the hospital, and on the river there’s a big park.

Comprehensive School.

Our school is Istituto Comprensivo Enrico Fermi. It includes five different buildings in five different parts of the town: three lower secondary schools and two primary schools. Pupils are from 6 to 13/14 years old. They have different school timetables. Pupils  at primary school go to school from 8.30 to 4.30 p.m. from Monday to Friday. Pupils at secondary school go to school from 8.00 to 1.00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 2.00 to 4.00. They can take part in after school clubs on Tuesdays and Thursdays afternoon (sport or English).

  • Germany

Our primary school is located in Salzgitter-Lichtenberg. Lichtenberg is one out of 31 districts of Salzgitter, a city in Lower Saxony and is located in the west of Salzgitter. It has a population of 3318 habitants. Our school also have a second branch in Salzgitter-Lesse, which is nearly 6 km away.

Overall we do have 219 students from the first till the fourth grade (aged 6-10) and sixteen teachers. 7 classes are having their lessons in Lichtenberg and four classes in Lesse.

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