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That is another way to mark calendar’s days in our school, season by season.I have tried to make a short trip with photos and drawings from my small kids from “Dimitrie Anghel”School-Cornesti-Miroslava-Iasi-Romania.


Festivals & Events

      Throughout the year, Romanians celebrate their ancient heritage, changing seasons, religious holidays and life-cycle events, such as birth, marriage and death, with festivals that have remained unchanged for centuries. Some of Europe’s most traditional folkways are meticulously preserved here, with young celebrants wearing the same costumes and dancing the same steps to tunes played on instruments traditional to their forefathers since time immemorial.
           Festivals provide wonderful opportunities for visitors to experience the amalgam of the people who make up this country ? whose Latin roots dating from the Roman Empire make it unique in East-Central Europe.The people refer to the month of September as “rapciune”, meaning the beginning of the cold period, but also “viniceriu”, because September remains the month of grapes.The month of October (called “Brumarel” in the folk tradition, as the hoarfrost begins now) announces the coming of the cold season and the works in that period consist especially in preparations for the winter. If the leaves of the trees get yellow and fall early, this means that the next year will be rich. If it rains a lot in October, the month of December will be windy and if there`s much hoarfrost or even snow, the weather in January will be fine.
             The folk tradition refers to the month of November as “Brumar” or “Promorar”. In the Romanian language, the words “bruma” and “promoroaca” mean “hoarfrost”. It is the month when the hoarfrost can often be seen. In some folk poems, an interesting character can be found – he kisses the flowers, thus making them wither. November is also called the month of wines (“Vinar” or “Vincer”). The preparations for the winter season which have been begun in October become more and more intense in November, the month which ends the autumn. .
           Harvest Day Festival (Ziua Recoltei) 14 October
Autumn harvesting is celebrated across the country with traditional festivals – many of them tracing their roots couple hundreds years ago. In romanian village, in every ethnographic region (Moldova,Transilvania,Tara Romaneasca),we celebrates the harvest in October with folk dances and rituals.

Our musicians

We love music and our students saw some time at violin short songs.It is a verry funny activity for him and they are beyond expectation at praxis and they made that after classes. 

Remember: The holiday time

In holiday time students from”Dimitrie Anghel”School have visited their friends from “Titu Maiorescu”School and they have fall out some days together.That was a golden opportunity to him to learn new songs and games, to paint or to make new costumes by craped paper.

European Day of Languages in Romania

We have made a small celebration with our students for European Day of Languages.We have singed and played in different languages. This is some short movies from this event with a song played in romanian and english, at”Dimitrie Anghel”School-primary teacher Dorina Marin and at”Titu Maiorescu”School-primary teacher Eugenia Apetroi.Our students is small and they are begginers at english class but they have tried to make something good in their way.

Activities in a healthy environment

Romanian students from “Dimitrie Anghel”School love to travel and healthy food.They have visited museeums and memorial houses .

Romania’s ceramics tradition

Visiting a ceramic workshop

In Romania we have such antique and beautiful tradition in our region and is our duty to keep and to transmit them to the next generations.Ceramic pots are painted using natural obtained colors and they have different motifs, mainly geometrical, but there can also be found plants, birds and animals. The pottery can be used in alimentation, in decorative purposes, for various structures or for various ceremonies. The peasant house contains a wide variety of ceramics : pots, cruses, jugs, porringers, huge recipients where the food for religious ceremonies was cooked, vases, pans, skillets, statues, flutes, toys etc.The art of pottery is one of the most ancient Romanian crafts, as proved by the beautiful ceramic objects dating from the Neolithic era, the period of a blooming civilization and in that we learn our students about our hystory and life.