The European Schools Newspaper February issue

The European Schools Newspaper Issue 2 - FEBRUARY 2015 ”George Tutoveanu” School, Bârlad, Romania Reporters: 2nd grade learners Editor: Mrs. Adina Stratulat, primary school teacher The "George Tutoveanu" School is located in the eastern region of Romania, in Barlad, Vaslui County, in a quarter quite large in size and in a densely populated area. The social origin of the students of our school is diverse, even antagonistic, which significantly influence the educational process. In our school are learning together, in an inclusive environment, Roma children, children from disadvantaged backgrounds, children with special needs and gifted children. The teaching staff is made up of 45 teachers, they worked with a number of 873 students, of which 417 in primary school. The school premises consist of 16 classrooms, 3 laboratories, a computer room and 3 specialized offices. Educational resource endowment level is high, the teachers are always interested in new ways of teaching approach, which converges to an inherent change. Therefore the steps in this direction are evident and these are significant results to occur. All these data converge to identify general curricular profile, characterized by generosity and acceptance and implementation of new elements with transparency in all disciplines, especially arts and foreign languages. In this project, the teachers and the students in our school want to submit Romanian cultural values, their roots and traditions, to discover the European countries traditions and culture, to learn and to improve their skills to speak in a foreign language. Visit our school site at to find out more about us! 1