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European Day of Languages

European Day of Languages is celebrated on 26 September but since it was Sunday we decided to mark it the next week. This year's European Day of Languages was all about emotions so pupils chose one emotion and did a little research to find out how the chosen emotion is called in different European languages. They found worlds for emotions in English, Italian, French, German, Russian, Turkish, Danish, Norwegian, Greek and many other European languages. They also used Cyrillic letters for those languages that use it.

They had lots of fun and learnt many new words as well as their pronunciation.

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 2. 10. 2021. 12:43

Croatian Olympic Day - Walking to health

On Monday, 13 September 2021 the pupils and teachers marked Croatian Olympic Day by taking a walk to the famous natural landmarks of Moravice. The pupils from grades 1-4 took a walk with their teachers to the nearby Macijansko lake where they enjoyed the beautiful nature and took part in the outdoor games. The pupils from grades 5-8 took a longer route from the centre of Moravice to one of the most beautiful landmarks - Ledena jama. They walked for several kilometres under the guidance of a local guide and a grandmother of one of our pupils, Mrs Zora Potkonjak for which we thank her. Pupils got a chance to admire the untouched nature, got the know some plants as well as geographical features, were physically active and also had a very nice time together in the fresh air. 

Both groups of pupils returned to the school full of impressions and very tired but in a good way.

They are looking forward to repeating the walk again! Next time to another location which will probably be as beautiful as the one they visited on 13 September.

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 2. 10. 2021. 11:39

Another school year is here!

Dear pupils,

welcome to another school year for which I believe will be a great one. You'll upgrade your knowledge, learn new and interesting facts, gain some new skills, take part in research, projects, competitions...

Let this year be the greatest one ever! let's have fun together! 

Happy 1st day of the new school year!


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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 6. 9. 2021. 11:29

Mini project: I'm wearing...

The girls from Class 3 learnt English words for clothes as well as for the seasons so they got a mini project combining those two sets of words. They had to be creative and draw themselves in each season. The clothes had to correspond to each season. So there were bikinis and sandals in the summer, jackets, and boots in the winter, raincoats, and umbrellas in the autumn, and T-shirts and skirts in the spring. They presented their project to the rest of the class and the teacher using a structure I'm wearing...and describing items of clothing using colours. It was very important to pronounce the words correctly as well as to show good presentation skills. After they finished presenting their projects, they discussed their performance and graded themselves explaining the grade they gave in detail.

They did a great job! Have a look!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 11. 3. 2021. 17:47

My imaginary place

Since we love doing projects, there is one more we did recently. The 7th graders did a project titled My imaginary place. They had to invent their imaginary place and design it. They had to give a name to their place and also think of the buildings, means of transport, people and many other things. They invented and visually presented their places. They gave a presentation in front of the whole class. They had to be careful regarding the target language and grammatical structures as well as the proper pronunciation. 

The teacher was given an insight into Nihochu city, Heart city, Happyland, and so on. The means of transport were rather creatives ones so you could take a ride on the Heart Bus or simply walk and enjoy nature. People were happy and smiling but some shapeshifters took us to a sci-fi land.

If you want to know how these imaginary places look like, take a look at the following photos. 

Maybe next time you'll go on an adventurous voyage with us. :-)

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 4. 2. 2021. 11:06

Merry Christmas from the youngsters

The pupils from the 1st and the 2nd class did their own original Christmas cards to make your day. 


Merry Christmas to all and to all a very happy New Year!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 22. 12. 2020. 13:24

3rd class Rudolphs

The 3rd class students made paper Rudolphs to celebrate Christmas and welcome the New Year. They used coloured papers, scissors and glue. And in no time beautiful and creative Rudolphs were made!

Wishing you all the best for the upcoming holidays!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 22. 12. 2020. 13:11

Remembrance Day 2020

On 11th November 1918 the WWI ended. Finally, people would say. But as any other war, the WWI had its victims, civilians as well as soldiers who fought and gave their lives for a higher cause. Today people in the UK, Australia and Canada celebrate the Remembrance Day in honour of dead soldiers who lost their lives in the WWI.

The 8th graders learnt about that day in Australia. Australian soldiers took part in the WWI and about 62,000 of them lost their lives on the European battlefields. To commemorate them, people gather around the war memorial and the bugler plays The Last Post which is a very sad and slow tune. It is followed by a 2-minute silence after which the bugler plays a fast, energetic tune The Rouse. People wear fabric or paper poppies which symbolise the battlefields covered with poppies where Australian soldiers lost their lives and never came back to their homeland, to their families.

If you want to show your respect as well, you can do a DIY activity which includes making your own poppy wreath with the note for the Remembrance Day. Just follow these simple steps:

1 Take a paper plate and colour the border line in green.

2 After it dries, cut out the middle circle.

3 Use thick red paper and cut out the form you need to form a poppy.

4 In the middle of the cut out shape draw a black dot.

5 Use a glue to stick together the outer lines of the cut out shape. Stick it together for a few seconds until it hardens.

6 Glue the paper poppies onto the green wreath using a hot glue gun.

7 Glue the message on the back part of the wreath. Be careful to fix it in the right position so it can be read.

We leave you with the message:

Lest We Forget!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 11. 11. 2020. 18:32

Happy Hallowen!

October 31 is the scariest day in the year and we love to dres up in colourful costumes, put on masks, do some DIY crafts and take part in bobbing for apples. But due to the current epidemiological situation we couldn't do many of those activities. Therefore, we decided we'll do our own classroom ghosts and show to the others how they are done.

We'll take you step by step. Maybe you decide to do your own ghost in the end.

1 You need a balloon, an aluminium foil and something you can use like a base for the ballon. We used plastic and/or glass containers for the base.

2 You need to blow your ballon and fasten it so it doesn't leak air. Then put the ballon on the base and fasten it with some adhesive tape. 

3 Take some aluminium foil and roll it like a dough. You need to squeeze it as hard as you can so it becomes firm and easy to shape.

4 Use the adhesive tape to fasten 2 pieces of the rolled aluminium foil to the base.

5 Make the mixture of any kind of wood glue and water. Mix it. There mustn't be any blobs.

6 Take a piece of cloth and soak it in the bucket containing that mixture. Soak it well. Then squeeze the piece of cloth firmly so you remove all the liquid.

7 One person holds the base with the ballon and the aluminium foil while two other persons unwrap the cloth and slowly put it on the top of the ballon.

8 You need to form the cloth on the ballon so it becomes more ghost-like when it dries.

9 Leave it for 24 hours to completely dry. Remove the cloth from the base.

10 Cut out the eyes and the mouth for your ghost using a thick black piece of paper. You can make any shape you want.

11 Use a hot glue gun to stick the eyes and the mouth onto the cloth.

12  Your ghost is done! You can put it anywhere you want. You can even let it hang from the ceiling.


The 5th graders also carved their own class Jack-o'-lantern.

This is our way to wish you all a very Happy Halloween! Let's have a blast! Boo-hoo!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 31. 10. 2020. 12:07

The rainbow of autumn colours

It was September that brought autumn in all its glory. But it is October that intensifies all the autumn colours from yellow, orange through green, red and brown. Since the 5th graders love autumn and some of them are even born in that beautiful season we decorated a corner of our classroom and dedicated it to autumn. Students collected pumpkins in their villages which they brought to school in the following few days. Don't think that they brought only pumpkins. They also brought peppers, onions, potatoes. But still...Her Majesty the Pumpkin dominates our autumn corner. 

Student Darijan Potkonjak, who is very artistic and creative, made several little dolls using corn. Could you ever imagine that something so ordinary as corn can be shaped into lovely dolls?! He also drew faces on his pumpkins and decorated the class autumn basket. He did a great job! Thumb up, Darijan!

The 5th class autumn corner is our way to greet and celebrate autumn with all its fruits and colours! And our way to tell you to stop and enjoy in all the autumn's beauty! 

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 6. 10. 2020. 13:13

European Day of Lanaguages

Every year the students of our school celebrated the European Day of Languages by taking part in a quiz, doing a Powerpoint presentation, a poster or something else equally fun. But this year is quite different due to the currect situation in the whole world to which we all have to adjust.

Since we couldn't do what we wanted, we decided to share our European Day of Languages quiz with all of you so you can test your knowledge on the European lanaguges. Who knows - maybe there's a true expert among you!

Till the next year's European Day of Languages, we would just want to remind you that 'education starts with language'. So, be smart and learn as many languages you can! Become a citizen of the worl!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 23. 9. 2020. 17:57

International Peace Day - DIY peace dove Vijest ima dokument u privitku

The students of our school want to share good vibes and peaceful thoughts with all of you by offering you their own olive branch - an easy-to do DIY mini project. All you need is two paper plates, a pair of scissors, some glue, orange and black colouring pencils and of course, a little bit of glitter.

If you are interested, just follow these simple steps and your peace dove will be done in no time.


Print out the template.


Cut out the dove.


Copy the dove onto the paper plate. Cut along the lines on the paper plate.


Cut the paper dove in 2 copies.


 Decorate the dove body by drawing an eye on each copy. Also colour the beak on each copy orange.


Cut out the wings template. Cut it in half.


Copy the wings onto the paper plate.



Cut along the lines.



Glue both copies of the dove body together using any kind of glue.



Use clothespins to pin both sides of the dove together more firmly.



Glue the wings to the body using glue and clothespins for the same reason as above.



Put some glue onto the wings and tail and put a little bit of golden glitter on it to make it sparkle.



The dove is done. Admire your work! You're quite creative and artistic!


If you have ideas how to celebrate the International Peace Day, let us know! WE love DIY activities! :-)


To all of you from all of us -  Happy INternational Peace Day!

May the peace fill you hearts! May your days be full of peaceful moments that enrich your lives! Peace to everyone!



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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 21. 9. 2020. 19:46

Welcoming the new school year

September 7th announced the beginning of a yet another school year. The teachers are ready to plunge into the teaching process as well as the students who are ready to dive into the sea of knowledge. Although it seems that this year is going to be very challenging and demanding, we accept the challenge and we are ready to start the new school year with a blast!

Let's have fun together and learn some new facts!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 7. 9. 2020. 19:36

HUPE newsletter No.24 about our school projects Vijest ima dokument u privitku

If you want to know more about the first Moravice cartoon Sky fliers done by the 8th class of the school year 2018./2019. or you are interested in finding out more on the second set of Moravice postcards titled Four seasons of Moravice, take a look at the HUPE newsletter No.24, the official newsletter of the Croatian Association of the teachers of English.

Enjoy your reading!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 8. 1. 2020. 18:16

Pogled kroz prozor brings a sweet reminder of the great generation

If you want to know more about the first Moravice cartoon Sky fliers done by the 8th class of the school year 2018./2019., take a look at the article published on the Pogled kroz prozor online platform.

Enjoy your reading!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 8. 1. 2020. 18:11

Happy Thanksgiving Day! Vijest ima dokument u privitku

If you are interested in finding out more about Thanksgiving and doing some fun activities, take a look at the attachment below and have a lot of Thanksgiving fun!

A very special thank you goes to teacher Gracijela Orobabić from Primary school Gornja Vežica who shared these activities with her colleagues at the HUPE meeting in September!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 3. 12. 2019. 08:23

Project day 2019: Did you know? Vijest ima dokument u privitku

On Thursday, 14 November 2019 the project day titled Did you know was held in the branch school in Moravice. All the students took part in the project within which some of them did research assignments while some expressed themselves artistically. Some introduced trivia regarding the world languages while others presented pointillism as well as the art of famous Croatian painter Vladimir Varlaj. The students also studied the human body and gave an interesting insight into the mystery of the human body or how things work. The English group (Ozren Mrvoš, Božana Gvero, Dajana Jakšić, Dina Marković & Darin Goršić) did research on ten extraordinary Croatian women whose names are written in the Croatian history in the fields of literature, sports, art, and science. They did the research on Marija Jurić Zagorka, Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, Ruža Pospiš Baldani, Mia Čorak Slavenska, Janica Kostelić, Dora Maar, Dora Pejačević, Zlata Bartl, Slava Raškaj and Đurđa Bjedov. After finding out about those women, they wrote down several mist important facts about them which they later translated into English. They used the collected information to create the PowerPoint quiz which you may find attached to this article. Other students competed in the quiz in which 3 groups of 4 students took part. After the quiz, each student got a specially made certificate and all the group members got a sweet goodie bag as a prize.

Parents also came to enjoy in their children's presentations. All in all, there were 78 of us there learning something new and supporting each other.

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 14. 11. 2019. 18:16

Meeting poets and writers

On October 15 our school became a centre for literature. Five poets and writers came to our little school within the 8th international literary encounters 'Od mora do gora' sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and the Primorje-Gorski kotar county. The encounter was organised by the ethno association Prepelin'c from Delnice. Our pupils met Božica Jelušić, Vjekoslava Jurdana, Zlatko Krilić, Aleksandar Horvat and Davor Grgurić. They read parts from their books of prose and poetry. Our pupils got the chance to listen to the poets reading their verses in the Kajkavian and Cakavian dialects of their mother tongue which was quite a refreshment.

Our pupils enjoyed meeting literary celebrities very much.

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 15. 10. 2019. 21:30

A mini project by the 5th graders: A new computer game Vijest ima dokument u privitku

The 5th class pupils got an assignment to invent/create and design their own computer game since the family from their textbook is full of interesting jobs and hobbies (one of them being game development). Their assignment was to design the logo, name the game, name the characters in the game, describe the game in details as well as to state who is the target audience. They presented their game to the rest of the class and the teacher and they had to be careful about many things such as the eye contact, clarity and loudness, the use of the target vocabulary as well as the correct grammatical structures. The pupils themselves assessed the computer games by using a sheet of paper with earlier defined rubrics which you can find attached to this piece of news.

They did an amazing job and got high marks from their peers as well as the teacher.

Thumb up!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 7. 10. 2019. 15:14

Welcome back!

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objavio: Davorka Nekić  datum: 9. 9. 2019. 15:11
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A school trip to the Plitvice Lakes

On 7 October we visited one of Crotian national parks which is also the oldest one. We had a lot of fun on the way well as on the way home...At first the weather was cloudy but it wasn't raining. However, our luck didn't last...During the second half of our sightseeing the rain started...and we hurried to the bus...Some of us got wet more than others.

Despite the weather we had the best time ever!


P.S. It was also our teacher's birthday and our present to her was a folk song wishing her to live until she's 105 and then all over again!laugh


6th class, Moravice


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