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2014-10-30 09:38:58

International Community Day 2014

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Another International Community Day is behind. On Thursday, 23 October, we have all gathered to celebrate the beautiful differences that make our great equality so precious.

Many countries decided to join our celebration this year, so we have had the opportunity to try some old and some new and delicious tastes from all around the world.

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2014-10-21 21:05:51

Autumn Festival at Knezija

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On October 11th we actively participated in the Autumn Festival at Knezija and represented our School Cooperative "That's it". Under the guidance of our School Co-op Leader, Ms. Ivana Devernay Cimic, we were exhibiting and selling our own co-op handmade products.

There were also stands from Primary School Horvati, Matija Gubec Kindergarten and Kamensko Association.

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2014-10-15 00:00:00

Welcome to the Book Month!

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Dear Students, Parents and Teachers,

this year's Book Month is taking place from October 15th until November 15th. We have prepared many interesting activities related to books and reading, and we are glad to participate in them together with you.

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2014-10-07 18:15:02

Zagreb City Tour

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On October 6th E5 and MYP students had a fun walking tour through the history of Zagreb. We visited the most important cultural and historical sights: Ban Jelacic Square, Mandusevac Fountain, Zagreb Cathedral, Dolac Market, The Funicular Railway, Zagreb's Upper Town, Strossmayer Promenade, Lotrscak Tower, St. Mark's Church, Stone Gate, Zrinjevac Park and Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

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2014-10-06 17:23:23

Our Students for the Like Magazine

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The magazine Like (September 28th Edition) published the article "Being different in Croatia" that included the interview conducted with our students - Hui Di (E5), Jibu (MYP2), Zahra (MYP2) and Yena (MYP3).

The students enthusiastically shared their impressions and experiences of life in Croatia and life in the countries they had lived in before.