Colouring book “Estonian Traditional Patterns”

Estonian traditional costumes are a very important part of our folklore and culture. Each region has its own traditional garments with different techniques and patterns. Embroidered and knitted patterns have been mostly geometrical or floral. The Mulgi region is famous for its archaic patterns – medieval patterns embroidered in irregular order. These patterns are found … Read moreColouring book “Estonian Traditional Patterns”

Greek recipe for 25th of March

Fried Cod with Skordalia(Garlic) – The Greek ‘Fish and Chips’ A Greek celebration cannot be complete without a national dish. The traditional food on Greek Independence Day and Annunciation Day is fried cod with skordalia. Ingredients 1,5 kilo cod, salted, bones removed – skin on 200 g all-purpose flour, for dredging fish seed oil, for … Read moreGreek recipe for 25th of March

International Mother Language Day, Karditsa

Within the framework of the European program Erasmus+ materialized by the 1st EPA.L. of Karditsa, an informative seminar was organized on Friday 21st February in the premises of the school. The aim was to celebrate the International Mother Language Day. The students of our school, in cooperation with their teachers, prepared an interesting presentation, which … Read moreInternational Mother Language Day, Karditsa

Our new traditional games

Into the framework of the Erasmus+ OURINHE, particularly in “traditional games” we also decided to play with our imagination and create our games in the traditional way: with the elements we have at hand and better if they are recycled. One of them is what we call “prison escape”. As simple as holding the feet … Read moreOur new traditional games

Oral transmission: Madialeva

On Febrary/2020 we enjoy the visit of our former teacher Ana Moreiras, who delighted us with the story of her experiences throughout the years of preparation of her recently published graphic book. Under the suggestive title of Madialeva, Ana M offers us a compilation of stories of the Galician rural, from the feminine perspective. His … Read moreOral transmission: Madialeva

Bolo Rei (King’s Bread)

Bolo Rei is a typical Portuguese bread which is eaten traditionally between Christmas, New Year’s Day and even until the Epiphany (The Three Kings’ Day, which is the 6th of January). Its name alludes to the Three Wise Men who visited new born Jesus and brought him gifts. The bread has a round shape with … Read moreBolo Rei (King’s Bread)

Our renewed Greek Project corner

One of the basic actions of the European program titled: «Our Intangible Heritage, a Value for the Future», in which our school is participating, is the ‘project corner’. Its role is important, as it reminds us daily of the respect which our Intangible Heritage deserves. Its renewal is therefore equally important, every time there is … Read moreOur renewed Greek Project corner