ScuolaSci 2018/2019 e Mercatino usato Sci, 25 Novenbre, Mensa JRC – Ski School and Ski gear and equipement market – November 25th, JRC Mensa

Cari Genitori,

anche quest’anno l’Associazione Genitori vi propone La SCUOLA SCI con le lezioni tenute da Maestri Federali della Scuola Sci di Pila e di Aprica.

Trovate di seguito il link per:
– le circolari per il Mercatino dell’usato di Sci che si terrà, come di consueto, alla mensa grande del JRC domenica 25 Novembre.

– – la circolare per la Scuola Sci PILA organizzata su 5 uscite, con 20 ore di lezione dei maestri federali della Scuola di Pila, con rilascio di attestato certificato.

– C  – la circolare per la Scuola Sci durante la settimana bianca ad Aprica, 24 ore di lezione, 4h al giorno con i maestri federali della Scuola Sci di Aprica, con rilascio di attestato.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/51wdzzmanehbivu/Circolari_2019_ALL.pdf?dl=0

Siete invitati ad utilizzare il modulo online:

https://fs26.formsite.com/RfKMIe/form1/index.html

Tutte le info sulle circolari:

Vi aspettiamo numerosi al mercatino dell’usato di sci dove avrete la possibilità di chiedere informazioni sulle attività proposte.

Per il gruppo SCI Agsev

Osvaldo Mattana
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Dear Parents,
also this year Agsev organises the ski school, with lessons hold by federal instructors from Pila and Aprica.

This is the link where you can find the following info.:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/51wdzzmanehbivu/Circolari_2019_ALL.pdf?dl=0

– used ski / ski gear and equipment market, November 25th , JRC Mensa Grande.

– Ski school program (5 mountain trips to Pila, 20 ski school hours included, with official participation award)

– Aprica ski week , 4 ski school hours per day for 6 days, final participation award included.

You’re kindly invited to use the online form:

https://fs26.formsite.com/RfKMIe/form1/index.html

We hope to see you all at the ski gear market, we will be at your disposal to answer all your questions about our activities.

For Agsev Ski Team

Osvaldo Mattana

Giornata università italiane – 29 Novembre 2018

Gentili Genitori,

 

giovedì 29 Novembre 2018 la Scuola Europea in collaborazione con l’Associazione Genitori (AGSEV) organizza un Open Day ospitando le seguenti Università Italiane:

 

Università Bicocca

Università Insubria

Università Cattolica

Università Liuc

Università Bocconi

Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti- Milano

Università Parma

Scuola Osteopatia Milano

Università IULM

Università Bolzano

Politecnico Torino

Dipartimento di Studi Europei Jean Monnet- Locarno

Università della Svizzera Italiana-Lugano

 

La giornata dalle ore 10.15 alle ore 16.00 permetterà ai soli studenti (classi S5, S6, S7) di incontrare le Università ottenendo informazioni e materiale.

Le classi parteciperanno secondo il seguente orario, accompagnate dai relativi insegnanti:

3 e 4 ora le classi S5

5 e 6 ora le classi S6

7 e 8 ora le classi S7

 

 

Cordiali saluti,

 

S.Carozza e G.Cervini

Orientatrici Sezione Italiana

 

Music in the Secondary School

Music in the Secondary School By Tomáš Škraban

Besides the compulsory timetabled music lessons in the secondary school there are also other music activities for all the students who are passionate for music: choir singing, orchestra, big band and string quartet.

Choir meets once a week (Mondays) during lunchtime breaks in Aula Elgar. When working towards a concert at Christmas or in the late spring some extra rehearsals are scheduled after school. All students are invited to attend, including boys! The choir sings a varied repertoire of unison and two and three part harmonies. Soloists are encouraged.

Orchestra meets once a week (Tuesdays) during lunchtime breaks in Aula Elgar. All secondary school students with some experience in playing the orchestra instruments (strings, woodwinds, brasses, percussions) are invited to attend the orchestra. The orchestra plays a varied repertoire of classical, film, or modern – contemporary music. Big Band meets once a week (Thursdays) during lunchtime breaks in Aula Elgar. All secondary school students with some experience in playing the following instruments: trumpet, trombone, saxophone, French horn, tuba, percussion instruments are welcome to join the group. The Big Band plays a varied repertoire of classical, jazz, rock-jazz, Latin-jazz or Funk-jazz pieces. For some pieces we are having a singer and for nearly each piece soloists are encouraged.

String quartet meets once a week (Thursdays) during lunchtime breaks in Aula Verdi. All secondary school students with an advanced level in playing the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass are welcome to join this newly formed group. From September 2017 on we are starting a new curricular course “INSTRUMENTAL GROUP CLASS” – an optional subject for all the students of the 1st classes of the secondary cycle to offer
more musical activities. The allocation of the instrumental class is 2 hours per week containing the training on the musical instrument and rehearsing together. The lessons will take place on Friday afternoon (6th and 7th period, i.e. 13.5014.35 and 14.40-15.25).

The course can be attended by anyone eager for music, playing any musical instrument, also beginners or non-players are welcome! The students of the instrumental class should then participate in all music activities of the class: rehearsals, trips, concerts.

ALICANTE MUSIC EXCHANGE TRIP

ALICANTE MUSIC EXCHANGE TRIP

In the spring-time our music department organized an exchange music trip to Alicante, Spain. Most of the participants were the members of the instrumental groups (orchestra, big band).

First we hosted the Alicante students who spent their week in the families of our students here in Varese. The week full of rehearsing and playing together has was an amazing experience for all of us, we´ve made some new lovely friendships and on Friday we were ready for the final concert which was a great success!

Three weeks later we made our trip to Alicante where we continued with rehearsing and having a great time together, already in a very sunny weather and enjoying wonderful program (swimming in the sea, Oceanographic of Valencia, etc.). The last day of our trip was again topped with a big concert! We all hope to repeat this outstanding experience soon! Tomáš Škraban

Music in the Primary School

Music in the Primary School By Jill Bloomfield

Boo-di.. Doo-bi..La-la.. (It) Benvenuti tutti quanti Benvenuti ai nostri canti Benvenuti tutti insieme qui da noi Benvenuti à tutti, à tutti voi La-la…

Music begins on the first day of term in the primary school when the new first year students are welcomed by the fifth years with a song with a verse in each of the language sections.

Each class has an obligatory number of minutes for music which may be taught by the class teacher or a specialist. The children will sing and play percussion but progress on to tuned instruments when ready, either Orff instruments, recorder or perhaps study an instrument with one of the instrumental teachers . Please see the AGSEV list in this booklet for teachers and their instruments. Some students are encouraged by their teachers to complete musical examinations through ABRSM, please see separate page for that also. However during the second week of term all of the instrumental teachers present themselves and their instruments to the primary school children in the Aula Magna with their class teachers. Throughout the school year the class teachers in their levels may opt for a music workshop by a visiting specialist to create a workshop experience, such as a voice or dance workshop which may spread over 2-3 lessons. Last year a professional orchestra came and performed for the primary students and throughout the year we invite youth choirs to come and perform to us from different countries. There are also excursions to concerts in Milan, or closer, organised by the class teachers. To sum up, all children get the chance to experience at least 2-3 performances and
participate in at least one workshop as well as their weekly lessons in class.

During European Hours on Monday afternoons specialist teachers run an orchestra and choir throughout the year, as well as other musical activities such as instrument making and so on.

NB Welkom, allemaal, Welkom, pracht en praal, Welkom aan de mooiste tijden van het jaar, Mooie liedjes zingen wij maar al te graag! La-la… D Wilkommen jedermann, Willkommen ihr seid dran, Willkommen hier damit es jeder weiß, Wilkommen hier in unserm großen bunten Kreis! La-la… FB Bienvenus à vous tous Merci, d’etre venus Maintenant on va s’èclater tous en chantant On est l’ami de la musique et ont chante La-la…. EN Welcome, ev’ryone Welcome to the sun, Welcome to the greatest ever day at school, Welcome, you must have some fun and that’s the rule!

Senior Orchestra

SeniorOrchestra1 

The Orchestra meets once a week during a lunchtime break in the aula Elgar.
All Students from the year S1 till S7of the secondary school are invited to attend, who are playing already an orchestra-instrument (flute, clarinetto, oboe, etc.) or a string-instrument (violin, viola, violoncello, contrabbasso).
The orchestra plays a varied repertoire of Classical-Music, Film-Music or Musical pieces. For some pieces we are having a soloist.
Collaboration with the Junior/Senior Choir is sometimes a possible aspect.
To prepare our concert in the late Spring and to give and visit concerts, we are doing nearly every year a music-tour together with other music-groups.
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Junior Choir

JuniorChoir1 

Junior Choir meets once a week during a lunchtime break. When working towards a concert at Christmas or in the late Spring some extra rehearsals are scheduled after school. Students from the first, second and third years of the secondary school are invited to attend, including boys! The choir sings a varied repertoire of unison and two and three part harmonies. Soloists are encouraged. Collaboration with the Senior Choir is an important aspect and plans to perform more regularly with them are in the pipeline.

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