Erasmus + Gender Issues in School Photo Competition
As part of the second year of our Erasmus + project, we would like to offer all students at our partner schools the opportunity to take part in a photo competition.
SOU Sveti Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
Collège Vauban, France
Europäische Schule Karlsruhe, Germany
Notting Hill & Ealing High School, United Kingdom
The aim of the competition is for you to take a series of four photographs over the course of four months (December through to March) and to submit one each month. Each month’s photograph will be based on a theme to do with this year’s topic ‘Gender roles and issues in society and in the media’
December 2018 – Christmas
January 2019 – New Year’s resolutions
February 2019 – My community
March 2019 – Sport
Photographs must be submitted by the last day of the month. Please send your entries to GIST@nhehs.gdst.net
You must include the following information
- Your name
- Your school
- Your age
- You may also include a title or description for your photo
There will be a winning photograph for each theme, and at the end of the competition, prizes for the best photograph overall and for the best portfolio of work.
News from Erasmus
The inauguration of the Erasmus Street at the Collège Vauban
On Wednesday, 30th November 2018, the Erasmus group visited our partner school in Strasbourg, the Collège Vauban. After a very friendly welcome and tour around the school, Mme Françoise Bey, Vice-president and assistant to the mayor of Strasbourg, spoke about actions taken by the town in order to support the equality of women and men. Afterwards, Mme Virginie Jeltsch, responsible for equality at the „Academie“, presented her field of work and discussed the topic “Gender Issues” with the French and German students.
In the afternoon, the whole group went into the yard of the school, where the inauguration of the schools’ “Erasmus Street” took place, with Mme Marx, the headmistress of the Collège being present. All partner schools and different results are being presented at different posts, lined up as a “street”.
The meeting finished at the “Musée d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg”, where we also visited the special exhibition of Joana Vasconcelos “I Want to Break Free”.
Visit our blog and get some inspiration
The blog’s address is: https://genderissuesinschools.blogspot.se/
You find reports about our project and a lot of good ideas and suggestions on our topic.
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