Sunday, 6 May 2012

Learning Partnership „Learning Positive Discipline” /LPD/
Fifth project meeting /9 – 14 March 2015/
Host Partner: Bulgaria
Monday, 9 March 2015
14.20h- Welcoming the delegations from Poland(Terminal 2, Sofia)
Accommodation - The Akord Hotel
18:05h – Welcoming the delegations from Italy (Terminal 2, Sofia)
Accommodation - The Akord Hotel
18.15h - Welcoming the delegations from Germany (Terminal 2, Sofia)
20.10h- Welcoming the delegations from Latvia (Terminal 2, Sofia)
Accommodation - The Akord Hotel
19.00h – Welcoming the delegations from Romania; Accommodation - the Rostov Hotel
Tuesday, 10 March 2015
10.00h. – ”Welcome to Sofia” – Tour around the Bulgarian capital – Geographical and
historical review, Culture, Transport and infrastructure. Visit the Alexander
Nevsky Cathedral, one of the symbols of Bulgaria, constructed in the late 19th
century; The SS. Cyril and Methodius National Library houses - the largest
national collection of books and documents; the Ivan Vazov National Theatre,
which performs mainly classical plays and is situated in the exact centre of the
Other Popular attractions: Sofia University, the Russian church, the President House, The
The bus will be in front of the Akord Hotel at 10.00h.
14.00h – Departure to Pleven - private bus
17.00h – Accommodation - the Rostov Hotel
18.00h - Welcoming the delegations from Hungary and Turkey
Accommodation - the Rostov Hotel
19.00h – Dinner at the restaurant in the Rostov Hotel
Wednesday 11 March 2015
08.00 h – Breakfast - the Rostov Hotel
09.00h – Going to Foreign Language School
10.00h – Welcoming speech by Mr. Yuriy Todorov, (Headmaster)
10.10 h – Introduction with the rich history of the school, presentations about school
activities, looking at the centre of non-formal and e-learning, a tour around the school
10.30h – Work session: Problems solving with positive discipline– each partner will present a
study case realised for the third module for the guide
13.00h – Lunch
14.30 h – Visiting Skobelev Park, the Panorama ”Pleven Epopee” (the only one in the Balkan
Peninsula and the biggest indoor panorama in Europe), which depicts the events of the
Russian-Turkish War of 1877–78
19.30 h – Dinner at a restaurant
Thursday , 12 March 2015
08.00 h – Having breakfast at Rostov Hotel
09.00 h – Going to Foreign Language School
10.00h – Trainings- VII-th grade - Interactions with parents X-th grade – Contextual
models of communication
11.30h – Lunch
12.00h – Wheeled Training
Tour to VelikoTarnovo – the old capital of Bulgaria. The old city is situated on three hills,
Tsarevets, Trapezitsa and Sveta Gora, raising amidst the meanders of the
Yantra river. VelikoTurnovo was the capital of the Second Bulgarian
Empire and has long traditions in the culture of Bulgaria. The city is rich in
museums and historical sites, combined with vivacious night life propelled
by the students in one of the largest universities in Bulgaria.
Tsarevets housed the palaces of the Bulgarian Emperors and the Patriarchate with the
Patriarchal Cathedral, as well as a number of administrative and residential
edifices surrounded by thick walls. Trapezitsa was known for its many
churches and as the main residence of the nobility. In the Middle Ages it
was among the main European centres of culture and gave its name to the
architecture of the Tarnovo Artistic School, painting of the Tarnovo Artistic
School and literature. VelikoTarnovo is an important administrative,
economic, educational and cultural centre of Northern Bulgaria. Classes in
the open air – art, music, history.
19.00h – Dinner at a panoramic restaurant in VelikoTarnovo
– Visiting Tsarevets - a medieval stronghold located on a
21.00h –
hill with the same
name in VelikoTarnovo in northern Bulgaria. It served as the Second
Bulgarian Empire's primary fortress and strongest bulwark from 1185 to
1393, housing the royal and the patriarchal palaces, and is a popular tourist
attraction. Attending the Audiovisual show - The Sound and Light - an
attraction carried out in the evening that uses three lasers, variegated
lights, dramatic music and church bells to tell the story of the fall of
Tarnovo to the Ottomans, as well as other key moments of the history of
Bulgaria. The large-scale show has been organized at Tsarevets since 1985,
when the 800-year anniversary of the Uprising of Asen and Peter was
celebrated. It was designed and planned by a Bulgarian- Czechoslovak team
led by ValoRadev and Jaromir Hnik.
The Audiovisual show is unique. We will see it from a special
lounge. There will be a presentation only for our group.
Departure to Pleven
Friday, 13 March 2015
08.00 h – Breakfast - the Rostov Hotel
09.00 h – Going to Foreign Language School
10.00h – Trainings- VII-th grade - Interactions with parents
X-th grade - Contextualmodels of communication
11.30 h – 1.Work session: TO DO until next meeting (Coordinator short presentation,
2. Work session: The last meeting (Spanish short presentation, discussions)
3. Work session: Meeting evaluation by completing the questionnaires by each participant
13.00 h – Lunch
14.30h – Visit the SvetlinRoussev Art Gallery, Regional Historical Museum
16.00h – Free time for shopping and walking around Pleven.
19.30h – Dinner at a restaurant
Saturday, 14 March 2015
– Departure of all delegations by a private bus to Sofia.
1.Italy 14/3/2015
Sofia Airport-Terminal 1
Wizzair W64355
2.Latvia 14/3/2015-Terminal 2
14th, March
3.Poland 14/03/2015
3.Germany - hotel