Closing the project

The course ends and with it our international projects. We are proud to have worked with teachers and students from other countries and schools, especially with our friends from Portugal. We are also happy to participate in the Start contest with our etwinning project, although we have not reached the final stage the competition allowed us to know good projects and people who kindly shared their work with us, thank you all.
For those who do not know start we leave here the information that kindly sent us the organizers.


During the academic year 2016-2017 children and youngsters have been working in learning communities around the world with projects related to especially science, mathematics, and technology. The projects have been interdisciplinary, phenomenon-based and collaborative. LUMA Centre Finland has provided learning communities with support and ideas.
The videos of the projects and the best practices as well as the learning diaries of the teams are available here.

  1. Cave project, Agrupamento de Escolas Cidade do Entroncamento, Francisco Gonçalves José Dias Rute Nunes, Portugal
  2. Flight/Aviation project, Echipa Multitouchnme, Georgeta Cozma, Chereche Nicoleta Students: Mihalca Patrik, Mihai Olariu, Codru Erdei, Toni Caia, Romania
  3. Mathematics of the chestnut, Szivárvány Kindergarten, Kistelek, Éva Virágné Szqcs and Csilla Novák, Hungary
  4. Nature and environment project, Šiaurės licėjaus, Lina Kiliauskait’s kindergarten group, Lithuania
  5. Programming and robotics project, TriRoboNauts, Spahou Stefania, Staridas Vasileios, Roumeliotis Fotios, Stafila Galini, Siomos Nektarios, Greece
  6. Protect & live project, Büyükçekmece Atatürk Anatolian High School, Nilgün Erentay’s and Nejdet Köker’s group, Turkey
  7. SOS glove project, Semesta Billingual Boarding School, Bryan Tanamas Fachry, Adam El-Yaqien Mucharam, Sultan Gemilang Kemadi, Indonesia
  8. Stars and space project, Salesian School Santo Domingo Savio, Jose Maria Diaz Fuentes, José Illana Lope, Jimena Díaz del Álamo, Elena López Sevilla, Laura García Morcillo, Ana Soledad, Lara Fernández, Spain
  9. Weather ball project, Veikkolan yhtenäiskoulu, teacher: Aki Kukkonen, classes: 5A + 5B + 7-9 students, Finland
  10. 10.Well being project about bread, National Science and Technology Development Agency, Supranee Sitthipairojsakul’s group, Thailand

We thank Essi Purhonen, International Project Manager of StarT, for your kindness and collaboration.

LUMA Centre, Finlad: http://start.luma.fi/en/


Portugal StarT

Our adventure with our partners in Spain. Awareness of water consumption is on track. The ideas are many. We share our work that will allow us to move to new learning activities. We compete to Statt which was also a great incentive.

Link to the competition website


Spain StarT

We present the video made by the team of second year high school to participate in the contest START.
The girls thank all classmates for the help they provide for their preparation.
We believe it has a real chance of winning and we wish the team the best of luck for the competition

They also present a project DIARY

Link to the competition website



This survey is part of etwinning project  on healthy eating in which three schools participate:

  1. IES DAVIÑA REY (Monforte de Lemos-Galicia-Spain)
  2. ESSA SANTO ANDRE DE BARREIRO (Barreiro-Portugal)
  3. IES REALEJOS (Tenerife-Canarias-Spain)

And other European centers are involved through the blog of external collaborations
For its distribution, shared forms of google drive have been developed in which the questions whose treatment is also shared have been turned over.
The following presentation shows the results of one of the questions, number six, in which data are taken on the daily consumption of liquids of the respondents with respect to a classification in eight categories:
  1. Water
  2. Dairy and soy drinks
  3. Natural fruit and vegetable juices 100%
  4. Packaged soft drinks and juices (colas ...)
  5. Coffee, tea
  6. Isotonic drinks
  7. Energy drinks
  8. Drinks with alcohol


Live an active life

From Lithuania send us this interesting collaboration. They work the same subject as us and we believe that their contribution is very interesting for that we are very grateful.

Collaboration of Klaipėdos Martyno Mažvydo progimnazija

We are from Lithaunia, Klaipėda. We are middle school.  We would like to join in your's interesting project based on health and food with pupils. Our teachers with some pupils did project about food we usually have. Activity group: teachers Daiva Siaurienė,  Kristina Mikutienė, 15 pupils 11-14 years old.
By Lina Stancelienė
Martyno Mažvydo progimnazium

Train and move - Live an active life

PUPILS’ NUTRITION TEST: Do I eat healthy food?

Nutrition is one of the most necessary child's normal growth, for further development of physical and mental conditions. Students made a test based on diet. Filled the questionnaire table, marked what do they eat and drink. That particular week ate ordinary food, didn’t change their eating habits, and  no attempt in the week to lose or gain weight while eating sweets as usual.


Water and unsweetened fruit tea every day consumes almost 80% of pupils. An average amount of fluid taken is 1,100 ml per day, in addition while playing sports students drink about one litre of water. Although drinks with sweeteners are not advisable, but half of the respondents like to take 4 - 7 times a week. Half of the surveyed students drink compotes and other sugary soft drinks from one to three times a week. Coca Cola drinking habits: 18% - do not drink at all, 50% - 2-3 times a week and only one student (6.3%) drink every day. Coffee, black or green tea less than seven times a week consume 81.2% of the students.
56.2% of pupils eat bread, cakes, cereals, pasta, rice and cereal-based products every day. Only one-third (31.2%) of pupils consume vegetables, green salad or vegetable juice each day, and 12.5% of students  do not like to eat vegetables at all.  63% of the respondents enjoys eating fresh fruits and berries every day.
It is recommended to eat dairy products (milk, kefir, yoghurt, cheese, cottage cheese) every day, but in moderation. 44% of pupils eat four - seven times a week.
37.5% of the students eat one egg  and one-third - three eggs a week.
Almost all the students eat meat, poultry, sausages. 68.7%  of pupils eat such food every day. Only 12.5% of respondents eat fish, fish fingers, herring, four times a week. A quarter of the surveyed students eat butter, margarine and mayonnaise four times a week. 
It is recommended to eat about 5 tablespoons of cold pressed oil per week. 25% of respondents ate two tablespoons of cold-pressed oil per week , and half of the respondents stated that they  have never eaten this product. 
Most students (that is 70%) had fried potatoes and potato chips  two or more times a week. Only one-third of the students succeed to eat these products once a week. It is recommended to eat quickly prepared food, for example., pizza, kabob, hot sandwich, hot dog, sausage, white bread only once a week. 43.7% of the surveyed students eat junk food  three or more times per week. 
Half of the surveyed students eat cereal, dried cake, ice cream three or more times a week.


  1. Water and unsweetened fruit tea drink 80% of pupils every day. Per day and while playing sports an average amount of fluid is 1,100 ml.
  2. Although drinks with sweeteners like Coca-Cola is not advisable, half of the surveyed students  like to take drinks with sweeteners 4 - 7 times, and Coca-Cola - 2 - 3 times a week.
  3. The 56.2% of pupils eat carbohydrate-rich food every day.
  4. Only one-third of respondents eat vegetables every day, while fruits and berries - 63% of respondents.
  5. The 44% of students eat dairy products four - seven times a week.
  6. Students eat enough or too much meat and  not enough fish.
  7. Students consume too much butter, margarine, mayonnaise, on the other hand they eat too little cold-pressed oil. Half of the respondents stated that they are not used to eat this product at home.
  8. The majority of respondents are in excess of the recommended rate, while eating baked potatoes and potato chips, and only a third of them eat such food once a week.
  9. Quickly prepared food dominates in  the menu of 43.7%  surveyed students. Eating too many sweets or snacks  like more than half of the surveyed students.

Activity group: teachers Daiva Siaurienė,  Kristina Mikutienė, 15 pupils 11-14 years old.
Martyno Mažvydo progimnazium
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