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May 8, 2013

Uppsala!

by argjirabudeci

Hi everybody!

So two weeks ago i was in Sweden Uppsala for a comenius project and it is so fun! I got to see my good friends that i had miss so much, and the trip went amazing!

The town that we went was called Uppsala (population 140 454) and it was Sweden’s fourth largest city it had so many old buildings, bridges and there was this BIG church. There was a little tour of the city and it was bigger than Porvoo. It had so many store and shops   the weather there was good but in some days it  rain.

And there school was big and old  it was the the oldest school in Sweden so that an honor to see it! And each country had to do a presentation from there own country and city.The day in Stockholm was so fun and the places we went to see and the city was so historical and beautiful.  And we we tested the waters, so yeah it was so fun and hope that i will see them again in the future!!! and here some photos. Bye:)

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and there is hole group together in skansen, Stockholm. (It was such a warm and funny day)

and here is the Finnish people!!

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May 8, 2013

Amazing trip to Uppsala!

by miimuska

So I’m involved in this Comenius project, so we flew to Uppsala to see the others students who are also involved in this project. On 21, April we flew to Uppsala. The flight took only 45 min so it was quite fast 😀 We went to the hostel and then we left to the city tour. There one of the swedish teacher’s husband told us something about Uppsala. It was really interesting and we saw really beautiful cathedral and castle.

Next day we went to school and there we introduced our schools and countries.(Then we just studied). On Tuesday we went to school and we tested diffent kind of waters so we studied again haha 😀 but it was fun!

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On Wednesday we had this trip day and we went to Stockholm. There we went to open air museum 😀 after that we just sat in the bus and the guide told us something about Stockholm. And some of us saw Justin Bieber when he were coming out of the gallery! Anyway we ate lunch at the famous Hard rock cafe! It was pretty cool.

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On Thursday we studied little again and we had spare time too. Me and my friends Argjira, Sandra, Nicole( and Bailey and Adam they are from England) we went shopping(of course). In the evening we played football 😀

I really had amazing week in Uppsala and I met some really cool people. I miss them so much..

”Sometimes the hardest thing isn’t forgetting, it’s the saying goodbye”

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March 27, 2013

Tolerance is a life-skill

by Jazzy

Tolerance is something that everyone should know about. It is respecting, accepting, but first of all it is diversity. And our school is very much teaching us precious life-skills like tolerance. For instance we spent Day of Tolerance on last Thursday (21.3.). It was a five hours long day with plenty of organized programs. The main theme of the day was (of course) tolerance and racism.

Our school is pretty big – approx. 500 students, so it was lots of sweating for the students and teachers who were organizing the day. There was a Racism Path where the student were put into groups to think about everyday-racism that is there but nobody ever notices. As a little helper student on Racism Path, I can tell that the students really were thinking about the little bad things that we can make better. This Racism Path was a great reminder for all of us I think. 🙂

We were also honored to have two special guests to keep speeches; a man from Unicef, and congressman, Jani Toivola, from the parliament. The Unicef presentation was great – sometimes we don’t remember how well things are in Finland.  Little reminders like these make us be more grateful for what we have. 🙂

And I must say that Jani Toivola was just super inspiring with his speech!  That one hour just flew! The audience was going woooh already in the beginning before he even started! I think it was because of the strong contact he made with us. Jani Toivola is not only a congressman but also an actor and very known in Finland. And the funny thing is that he studied in our school back in 90’s. So yay!  ;)))

This lovely day didn’t end there  – there was also a little play that some students were acting in. And the theme was once again, tolerance. So it was a nice and funny thing to end our day.

Happy Schooling! 🙂

March 27, 2013

in our school was day of tolerance

by jjooeell97

In our school was a day of tolerance. We had shorter school day and we don’t need books because we did everything what is not normal. And some important people come
our school and talk about how poor conditions some live. And we have a few presentation which the students had done =D.

March 27, 2013

Day of tolerance in our school! :)

by ingamau

On last week’s Thursday, we had a Day of Tolerance in our school. We didn’t have any normal lesson because we had all kinda of different activities that was arranged to us. We have every year one day like this in our school :). We talked about different cultures and racism. Jani Toivola also kept a speech in our school. He’s a man that almost everyone knows, like a little celebrity and he’s also a member of parliament. The speech was VERY good and he told us about his own experiences about racism, because his skin color is black. There was also a little “fashion show” where was introduced different countries  national costumes. Then we walked around the school and there was games and thing to do which was connected to day of tolerance. The whole day was really nice and it’s good that our school organize things like this! 🙂

March 27, 2013

Bullying

by mimiia

 

 

Sieppaa

March 27, 2013

Stop bullying!

by suvisumppu

suvin jees

March 27, 2013

Day of tolerance

by petsku1337

We had a special day in our school about tolerance. We had different tasks to do with our class. We were told about people that can’t live as we do. People can’t go to school because it’s too expensive or even have clean food and water. It’s unbelievable that how much people there are suffering and most of us don’t do anything to help them. We had 2 guests at our school talking about those things. It was a intreresting and instructive day. There are many ways to help families around the poor countries. Donating just a little bit of money will help alot in their country.

March 27, 2013

DAY OF TOLERANCE

by sampokylmanen

Our school had a ”Day of Tolerance” last week. For me, it was pretty much just preparing the musical theater show i was a part of. We failed everything lol. 

A political activist and former entrepreneur Jani Toivola visited our school too.

After all it was cool because we had a short and easy day 🙂

March 27, 2013

Day of tolerance

by miimuska

Last Thursday we had this special day, day of tolerance. I saw amazing fashion and dance shows! The idea of fashion show was really good. There were clothes from different countries like Russia, Estonia, Thailand and Vietnam. After that one man came here to tell us about how badly things are in poor countries in Africa. It really made me think about how well things are here in Finland. Anyway before the end of the day me and my musical theatre group we showed our play it’s called ”Free your mind” and it tells something about tolerance.

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http://blogblogken.blogspot.fi/2011/07/importance-of-tolerance-this-world-is.html

 

Love, Miia

March 13, 2013

tolerance

by jjooeell97

If all do and be in the same way their it’s very boring. diversity is good thing but if you are kind of like you its wrong. everyone should get to be themselves.

March 13, 2013

The Story of Love

by sampokylmanen

http://www.dvolver.com/live/movies-839583 i made this lolImage

March 6, 2013

Tolerance

by petsku1337

Tolerance is a hard subject to talk about. There is so much bad happening around the world. It is important to treat anybody just as good as you would treat yourself. Racism against age group, religion or even against an individual is forbidden, but still people do it. Minority’s experience lots of racism, which is not acceptable. People should learn to live with each other or just simply leave people that they don’t like alone. Racism is not good by any means, it only causes bad things to happen. People should learn to get along with anybody. Skin color, hairstyle or clothes do not matter. We are all equal.

March 6, 2013

My studies after junior high

by sampokylmanen

I’m planning on studying music after upper school. I applied for Sibelius-lukio, which is like a high school in the U.S. but it’s focused on music industry. You can study instruments, composing, music technology, musical theory and stuff like that in there. I sing, play drums, bass and guitar, so that place has so much to offer for me. I also applied for Music Conservatory, which is basically like a vocational school of music. If you get there, you can almost say you will become a musician. Unless you drop out lol. And the inadequacy of actual studying there fascinates me. My school grades have gotten much worse and seriously i am not interested in studying basic subjects anymore.. at all. So the conservatory would be the best choice for me. I don’t know what to do in my life, if not music. That’s kinda bad but super rad haha

March 6, 2013

Winter sports are fun!

by ingamau

Downhill skiing, badminton, skating, floorball, basketball.. Lot’s of fun things to choose for sports day :). We had a sports day before our winter holiday. I chose the badminton. It was fun to just chill and play with friends. Of course I would have liked to downhill ski. Actually we have a ski slope right in the center of Porvoo 🙂 . So it’s easy to just go there because its short way there. Here’s some photos from Kokonniemi.

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I think it’s good that our school organize days like this. Good change for studying :). And it was good that there was so many sorts of sport to choose so everybody could pick what they want and that’s how they made the day fun for everyone!

March 1, 2013

Honoring Finland’s National Poet

by Jazzy

February 5th is one of those day’s when Finnish flag is held high and we all recall a great Finnish poet and writer  J.L. (Johan Ludvig) Runeberg and his respected wife (also a writer) Fredrika Runeberg. Back then, around 1800’s Finland was getting more and more independent. And writers’ and artists’ job was a big part of that. Luckily, the wave of romanticism and poetry was all over the world of arts, which made it “easier” for writers and artists to get folks turn to nationalism. Poets, writers and painters started put aside the ugly sufferings caused by war, and highlight the beauty and love of same nationed people had for their fatherland. In the literature they describe how this small nation fought bravely to for their mother language and fatherland. For example Runeberg wrote stories and poems on how beautiful it was that young men (around 15 years) left home to fight and make their people proud. And in most poems beauty is captured by describing the young lovers who got separated by war. I think this way of thinking about war was a pretty clever way of creating great art that captures people’s attention in something else than hatred.

On the latest Runeberg’s day we had the pleasure of having an author guest, Maria Peura, to tell us about writer’s job. We have a creative writing course in our school and the students of the class had listed bunch of questions for Maria Peura. Maybe even too many questions. It was pity that she didn’t get to all the questions,because the time ran out. But I guess it is just a sign that shows how much we all enjoyed that little gig. Time just flew!
Maria Peura is an award-winning author and also a columnist of our city’s local paper. And of course she wrote a piece about us too. You can find the column text here:

FACTS ABOUT RUNEBERG:

Lived: 5. February. 1804 – 6. May 1877

Nationality: Was a Finn but spoke Swedish

Hometown: Porvoo

Professions: a journalist, author, poet and headmaster of the highschool of Porvoo

Family: Had a wife (Fredrika Runeberg, writer) and six sons (who all became artists)

Some of the most famous creations:

Vänrikki Stoolin tarinat (eng. The tales of Ensign Stål)

Finland’s National Anthem (eng. Our Land)

Runeberg’s tart (1st time made by Runeberg’s wife Fredrika).
If you’ll get a chance to eat these, I warmly recommend! DELICIOUS!

Runebergintorttu

February 27, 2013

Moving on..

by petsku1337

It is time to leave the upper-level school and separate with your friends. You either go to high school, vocational school or business school. It is a hard choice since there is so many schools to choose from. Quite many people choose high school since it’s a good solid choice. High school is for people that are into studying subjects more than doing practical work. Vocational school is also a popular choice because it has a lot of different jobs to learn about, for example. Chef, plumber, vehicle mechanic, hairdresser and process operator. And last but not the least the business school. The business school also has classes for adults which are optional of course. Business school also has lots of different jobs, for example. Salesman, practical nurse and customer service. I am going to go to the vocational school myself. I am fed up with studying all the time so i also want to do work myself.

Portrait of smiling restaurant employees

February 6, 2013

Animal Farm written by George Orwell

by petsku1337

Last week i read a book named ”Animal Farm”. It is a classic book which i had never heard about before. As a Finn it’s not that important to know this particular book. Anyway it is a known book all around the world and also the writer is know from his other books such as ”Nineteen Eighty-Four”. Animal Farm is a excellent book, it’s well written, interesting and easy to read.  As the story goes there is a farm, a manor farm that is owned by a old man that has a very close relationship with alcohol. The animal are fed up with the man and so they take over the farm. The battle was bloody and rough but the animals won it. After the animals have taken over the farm, they re-name it as ”Animal Farm”. At first the animals are all equal, but after some time the old boar decides to take over the farm and be the ruler of the farm. The main goals for all the animals is to live without humans and also build a windmill. The animals get the windmill done a few times, but every time something happens and it collapses, sometimes its the wind that makes it collapse and sometimes it’s the humans fault. The time goes by and the animals get older and older and don’t have the strength to build the windmill anymore. The animals are thinking about having humans to help them for the last days that they have.

December 13, 2012

My comic :)

by ingamau

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December 13, 2012

My comic

by argjirabudeci

comic

December 13, 2012

Water comics

by mimiia

Sieppaa

December 13, 2012

Suvin

by suvisumppu

suvin

December 5, 2012

Independence Day of Finland

by argjirabudeci

Suomen_lippu hahahahah

Tomorrow December 12 is Finland’s Independence Day. Finland will be 95 years old. Finland declared its independence in 1917 from Russian. Finland has been  independent for 95 years. The Finnish Senate, or government issued the Declaration of Independence in December 1917.

 

This is Finland’s flag.

By:Argjira

November 29, 2012

My cartoon by Valtteri!

by valtsusworlds

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November 29, 2012

A Cartoon made by me.

by petsku1337

November 29, 2012

Comic

by mardisss

November 22, 2012

Water & Earth

by miimuska

November 22

What does water mean to me? It’s a very important question. Water is important to our health. We need about two liters of water every single day! We also need to wash up with warm water, because we are used to use warm water. But I think that we should take shorter showers and the same time we save some water.

Water can also produce electricity, it’s called by hydroelectric plant.

What about them who doesn’t have any water? I think that people should send more donations to countries where is a huge shortage of water. They could build a well in their villages that all the residents would get some water.

 

 We sould be happy that we get clean water!

Love, miia!

November 22, 2012

Earth & Water

by petsku1337

Today we discussed about the importance of water. As a Finn water means ice to me, and ice means ice hockey. Here in Finland we have unlimited sources of water, so we’re fine here in Finland. In developing countries they might not have water for daily uses. It’s sad to hear that every child don’t have water to drink. Without water they can’t make food and without food there’s no life. I think every country that can send food and water to developing countries should send at least a little bit, because even a little bit of food and water will help them. And if every country sends even a little bit, all together it would be a lot. People might not know how bad their standard of living is, so they don’t notice it and that’s why people don’t care. I know that some countries do help them but there is still countries that could help them but for some reason they don’t. Helping them is important but they will also have to do something so we wouldn’t have to send them resources for the rest of their lives. For example when we send them water and seeds, they’ll have to grown them and make food on their own. It’s important that they will learn how to survive without any help, because one day we might not be able to send them anything and if they haven’t learned to do anything on their own they’ll be in big troubles. Food and water isn’t the only thing they need. In developing countries there are lots of different diseases, and they don’t have anything to protect themselves from those diseases. That’s why countries send them vaccines for those diseases. It’s hard to try to heal everyone, because the populations are very high. It’s still going to take a long time to make those countries safe and good place to live, but we’re getting there little by little.

November 15, 2012

Thoughts about Earth & Water

by Annika Ruohonen

Students of English Club 9 made this mind map together. Each student was able to contribute from his or her own computer thanks to http://popplet.com/app/#/590005

October 11, 2012

“My home town of Porvoo”

by argjirabudeci

This is my home town. Porvoo  is located in the south coast in Finland. The city has a population of 48 970.

The city is bilingual; 64.8 percent of the population is Finnish, Swedish 30.9 percent and 4.3 percent in other languages​​.

These houses are typical of houses in Porvoo and the colour red is too. 

Porvoo is very beuatiful place to visit in the summer and in the winter also. In the summers the sunset is  gorgeus and in the winter the Christmas tree and Christmas decorations are beautiful.

            

Now it is fall and the nature is beautiful the trees are in colors red, yellow and orange.

I hope that you all enjoy the  photos that i took 🙂

By:Argjira

October 10, 2012

♥The Old Porvoo♥

by ingamau

I’m going to tell you about Porvoo. Actually about the Old Porvoo. 🙂 I think the first thing I do, is add one photo to show you, how our old Porvoo looks like.

  

Porvoo is known from old Porvoo and every summer, thousands of tourists visit in old Porvoo. Lots of tourists come from Japan or Germany. There is so many lovely shops and boutiques in old town and you can buy nice souvenirs from there. Old Porvoo is great place to visit in summer or winter. Christmas time is so nice! Every place is decorated and shops are full of Christmas things and you can really find some nice presents to buy! The houses and buildings in Old Town are very old. Most of them are from 1700’s -1800’s. In summer.. like I earlier said.. it’s full of people! Sometimes you just have to walk with a group. There is nice museums in Old Porvoo which you can visit. Those museums tells about Old Porvoo and its history, which I think is interesting. 🙂

 

I think Porvoo is nice place to live and worth of seeing 🙂

Have a nice autumn!

♥: Inka

October 10, 2012

porvoo=D

by jjooeell97

last week, we were taking pictures of Porvoo. I wasn’t there because I was sick, but I have still photos. I have few photos about Porvoo river. Porvoo is old town but there is a lot of new for example new cinema, which is close to the river.

October 10, 2012

My home town Porvoo

by petsku1337

My home town Porvoo, is one of the oldest cities in Finland. Porvoo is a pretty small town but in my opinion it has lots of interesting places to visit. Such as the old town.

The old town is full of beautiful old buildings but there’s also old boats and restaurants by the riverside.

 

There’s also an old fire station that I’m interested in. It was started in 1867 and its the oldest fire station here in Porvoo. It’s still in use and they get around 100 alarms in a year, which is quite a lot for a small fire station like this.

There’s also a small mini-golf course at the end of the riverside. If you like playing golf in a small scale then  go try it.

October 10, 2012

The City of “Castle River”

by Jazzy

An ordinary red wooden house. 🙂

Once upon a time, back in 1800’s there was a small city located in Southern Finland. The city was called Castle River. The name of the city is a direct translation of its Swedish name “Borgå”.
The people of Castle River were very ordinary but also very determinate and strong.

They managed together the cold winter nights by holding boiled potatoes inside their robes. They took care of their livestock in their small back yard to survive the cold winters when there was no green food available. But there was bad sides in the summers as well. When the winter was over, it was summer again and there was a bigger risk for their wooden houses to get on fire and burn down the whole town. And that happened very often, but as I mentioned these people were very determinate and they never give up building their homes again and again. So life back then wasn’t so easy…


Nowadays this Castle River is called Porvoo. Porvoo is of course a lot bigger and very much more modern… But once again, these people have been so intelligent that they didn’t destroy the visual parts of the history of this town like many other countries have done to their historical cities. We have a part of Porvoo that is called “Old Porvoo”. And it really takes you back in history but in a typical way. Culture lives forever in the Old Town.
There are many little boutiques that are crowded with people every summer. Kids usually buy ice cream from ice cream stands and just enjoy the warm atmosphere while adults go to the “boring” boutiques. But one thing you should remember is to not leave  the little child alone into the big crowd!!

I took some pictures of the Old Porvoo last week, so here they are! I hope you like them. 🙂

An ice cream stand where I definitely love to buy a chocolate ice cream in hot summer days.

Such a foggy day! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Red wooden houses...water...rainy autumn sky... it's definitely PORVOO! :D

Red wooden houses…water…rainy autumn sky… it’s definitely PORVOO! 😀


October 10, 2012

Taking photos in the city.

by mimiia

we got a cangy to our teacher

Hello everyone !

About a week ago we were taking pictures in our town whit our class. I take pictures to my own camera. First we take a buss to the city, then we walk everywhere and take pictures. I walk with Suvi, Marika and Henna.  We took pictures for about an hour and then we go to the bus stop where the bus took us to the school. I like that trip a lot. I do not know what I should write about this travel, Porvoo is a wonderful city and there are beautiful places. I am glad that I live here.  There really are some great places, as you can see these all images.  You have to see this town! (:

October 10, 2012

” My hometown ”

by miimuska

October 5

So let me tell you something about my hometown, Porvoo.

Porvoo is a small town in south Finland. The population in Porvoo is about 50 000.

We have very nice people here:)

This is a park which is very beautiful place in fall This is a park which is very beautiful place in fall.

 And this is like our ” shopping center ” 😀

I just love this picture! This is a very big industrial area and it’s called by ” Kilpilahti ”

Love, miia

October 10, 2012

The city of Porvoo!

by valtsusworlds

 

In this first picture you can see landscape of Porvoo. The picture shows nearly half of the center of Porvoo. As you see Porvoo is not that big city 😀

 

 

 

In this second photo, my friend is under the Porvoo Bridge. The bridge is about 50 years old. Behind my friend you can see a little bit of old Porvoo. That part of Porvoo is way too old :D. But after all Porvoo is great city and i hope you like the photos! 🙂 Cheers!

Valtteri

October 10, 2012

Walk in the city!

by suvisumppu

good candy!

finnish chocolate kiss!

Me and my best friend:)

chocolate shop!

me and miia:)

our beautiful city!

Helloo!! 🙂

Last week we were filming the old city. We moved in small groups. We had about an hour to  took pictures of the great sights and places where you should visit.  I liked very much to walk in the old city and enjoy the scenery, especially when I was in good company.

September 19, 2012

hi i`m exit!

by hennaa111

Hi!

In our school we have exit student`s, their job is  help the other student`s to go out because some of the students don`t want to go out and they are inside. Well I have to say that is really cold outside and I sometimes just want to be inside, but we have to go and the exit`s keep care of that we go out 🙂 You can`t be a exit if you have detention from being inside, luckily I don`t have it so I can be a exit! My exit shift is on Mondays, and I work whit a girl who is in the same class than me, and we are really good friends so it`S really easy to us to work together!

 

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September 19, 2012

I am in exit duty!

by mardisss

I am in exit duty with one boy. We are downstairs and I never remember to go there, I always forget!! But next time I will go , I promise ! I think that exit thing is good ,because students get  responsibility and a little bit of confidence about themselves. So when we have break, we have to go out. If we don’t exit students come and say “go out now ” if that doesn’t work they written my name and then they give that paper ours principal or someone else teacher. Then we get detention.

September 19, 2012

“Exit student”

by argjirabudeci

Hello everyone!

Here in my school Exit duty is a fun way to say to student “OUT NOW”. Exit duty is a student who says everyone to go out in a break.  You put a shirt on and then it is fun!!

The shirt  is an “EXIT” shirt for everyone to know that you are an exit student. But if sometimes the weather is not good if it rains or it’ s cold we can stay indoors:)

On every break 2-4 students will have a list in their hand where they can put the students name in it if they don’t go outside.  And if your name has been in the list 2 times then you get detention. Bad for them!!:)

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September 19, 2012

Last week

by miimuska

Last week on our english club lesson we took a lot of photos about our school. I worked with miia l. & marika and believe it or not we had fun;)! In our school we have many classrooms and our school yard is very spacious and people like hanging out there.

 

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titankamera2 069 Students usually comes in school by moped or microcar:)

Love, miia

 

September 19, 2012

Exit-students :d

by ingamau

Well.. in our school, we have to go out on breaks what we have between different lessons. But usually.. no one wants to go out, so in our school we have exit-students. They drive us out, and if we didn’t obey, they put our names to list. And when you have two notes in that list, you get detention. :c .

Exit-students have to wear shirt like this. So that’s how we recognize them. 🙂 If you wanted to be a exit-student, you had to went to exit-education, which took only one break (15 minutes). The meaning of these students is that everybody would go out and get some fresh air. 🙂 But I admit that sometimes it’s annoying to go out if there was cold or not good weather :s

Of course, if it rains, or it’s very cold, we don’t have to go out and we can be indoors 🙂

♥ : Inka

September 19, 2012

exit students

by jjooeell97

in our school we have exit students. Every break someone student check that everyone is going out. If you don’t go out you will be got detention. and that is not funny =). but if there is bad weather you don’t have to go outside. But i am not exit student because i don’t want.

September 19, 2012

Exit students in our school

by petsku1337

In our school we have these students which are not just any regular students, they’re exit students. Every year teachers choose some students from our school to be exit students. It’s optional, you don’t have to participate in it if you don’t want to. On every break, 2 or 3 students walk around the school and tell people to go outside or they’ll get their names on a list and get detention, because in our school breaks must be spent outdoors, unless its raining. I think teachers came up with this idea because they don’t have time to watch the corridors themselves. I like to spend breaks outside, so they’re not a problem to me, but of course there is some students that would  like to stay inside.

September 12, 2012

sport in our school

by jjooeell97

Our school has a lot of opportunities for physical activity. such as football basketball. but no one  plays basketball.

September 12, 2012

Sports in our school

by petsku1337

We have lots of things to do at brake, such as playing football or basketball.

Football is usually more popular than basketball, sometimes it gets so crowded that you probably won’t even get to touch the ball. We have to bring our own footballs and basketballs to the school so if nobody has a football, we’ll play basketball.

September 12, 2012

Ours sports day..

by mimiia

Hey all people!  There is Miia and Suvi, now we write this blog together and we tell you about ours sports day in school.

Yesterday we have a sports day in school. We had a day of school from nine to one.  Hmmm..  First of all had to walk a place whose name is Kokonniemi, then we lost. We didn’t like it, becouse we walk to mutch. Everybody has leave, when we are little bit late. Then we call ours teacher and they guide we to go down the beach. Mayby it was little bit fun 😀 Finally we came in Kokonniemi, There was tug of war and ours classes lose.

Food

There was a lot of food! Sausages, meat pie, apples, juices, mustard, ketchup and candies. I liked to food, but Suvi didn’t like.  But the meat pie was little bit dry. Our school had arranged a nice thing, if you took the garbage you got candy. The candy was good.

-suvi ja miiia

September 5, 2012

My twitter..

by mimiia

Hello everybody!

Finally I made twitter, I made it through the school. I’ts seems nice place. As soon as I managed to complete it, I changed the settings and the appearance. Twitter people can see everything that you do. You can disseminate information and share things quickly to people from all over to world. I think that I should use Twitter. I have already shared a couple of things.

https://twitter.com/

-mimiia

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September 5, 2012

Twitter :)

by suvisumppu

Hellou:) today I made a twitter account,I really like it!! I have sometimes in the past wanted to do it but I have not had the time. Now I’m going to start to visit it and add images and texts:)! twitter is really good and interesting website. it’s almost like a facebook but people can see everything you write, and what is there to do everything. But I like more facebook, because I have been using it for so long and got used to it.

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