Author Archives: Karel Adamuška

Michaela Barochová from class 8B created a short photoreport out of photos from our first trip to Ondřejník, as a reminder of our great experience.

We have finished videoreports to our first three trips – Ondřejník massif, Lake Cáb and Lysá hora mountain. Pupils spent a lot of hours in the computer classroom editing videos in the Pinnacle programme. Everybody learned how to edit a video, add opening and closing credits and music. The videos will be a part of our e-tourist guide. You can see how successful our pupils were!

We finally got our first “real paper” letters from Latvia, kids were excited, thanks a lot! Czech Republic.

We finally had a chance to write real “paper letters.” The letters from the Czech Republic to Latvia and Spain are already on their way together with some typical Czech sweets!

CZECH REPUBLIC – we have updated our project noticeboard placed next to the Castle of Žerotín in the middle of the town. People can read about our trips and activities that children do during the project. 

Our third hiking trip was the longest and most difficult. We chose the highest mountain of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy mountains, Lysá hora, which is 1323m high. Our trip was 16 km long, we started in Ostravice and went to Malenovice. We were really lucky, the weather was excellent. Even if it was a bit cold and down in the towns foggy, up the hill we were above the clouds and in the sun. The views were spectacular. Mountains in the clouds looked like small islands in the sea. Children were shooting the videoreport, taking a lot of pictures and learning about all things connected with this place. They already know about a writer and poet Petr Bezruč, after whom a cottage on the top and a hotel down the hill are named, they also learned about a scout memorial Ivančena and they know where to find the view of Slovak…

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On the 23rd September 2021 we finally managed to go hiking for the second time. This time we went through the Vsetín hills to the Lake Cáb with a group of 11 pupils. As usually, they worked on a worksheet on their way and shot a videoreport. We are going to edit our videos in later autumn and in winter. We were lucky to meet a salamander, which belongs to endangered species! On our way, we couldn´t miss hills Búřov and Santov with beautiful views of Wallachian countryside. The weather wasn´t ideal, in the morning it was a bit foggy and really cold, but in the afternoon the sun made us warm again. The autumn si simply here! Hana Břoušková, Czech Republic