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)

Disseminating our activities

Recently, our school, the 1st EPA.L. of Karditsa, organized a dissemination activity for our Erasmus+ program titled: ‘Our Intangible Heritage, A Value for the Future’. Specifically, our school hosted at its conference room for one day the proceedings of another Erasmus+ program materialized by a neighbouring school, the 4th Lyceum of Karditsa. The participating schools … Read moreDisseminating our activities

Greek Pies

Pies or ‘pites’ in Greek is a very popular category of food and sweets in the Greek cuisine. Pies is not an exclusive Greek dish; a number of different recipes of pies are encountered in other countries well, although the pastry or the fillings may differ. Pies is, perhaps, one of the most characteristic food … Read moreGreek Pies

Oral transmission activity at Pobra

The activity P4-Oral Transmission of the Erasmus+ project OURINHE has result a very complete and enhanced one, from the point of view both academically and motivational. It gave us opportunities for knowing new people related with this subject, to talk with neighbours and remember several stories, … For our teachers and students was kind of … Read moreOral transmission activity at Pobra

Products of the project: 2 magazines

As a result of two activities of this project at the end of the first year, we got a lot of stories, poems and pictures related with the activity P4 Folklore and oral transmission traditions and P15+ Nicknames. We shared this material in the best way, making exhibitions into the school and outside. The reactions … Read moreProducts of the project: 2 magazines

The Holy Ghost Festivities in the Azores

It is said that this devotion came from the Portuguese mainland which in turn acquired it from Germany. In Portugal it was introduced in the 13th century by Queen Isabel and King D. Dinis. In a special ceremony the King and Queen would coronate the poor and would complete the ceremonies with a big feast … Read moreThe Holy Ghost Festivities in the Azores