Nov. 25th – Dec. 10th : #NO EXCUSE

16 jours de défis européens pour s’élever contre les violences faites aux femmes et jeunes filles à travers le monde: c’est ce que vous propose UnioNet en cette édition 2023 d’UNITE internationale… Vous êtes prêts ? Vous n’êtes pas au bout de vos surprises… Let’s introduce our campaign with a few figures : Source :…

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The word corner

medieval edition Did you know that we all use Shakespearean words in our everyday life? For example, the word “amazement” was invented entirely by Shakespeare! However, there are a lot of uncommon and unknown words of his era. So, here are 5 of them to use for your next Christmas dinner. The present day, I…

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TAMMERKOSKI UPPER SECONDARY SCHOOL

Tammerkoski upper secondary school is a public general upper secondary school sustained by the city of Tampere. Tampere is located about 160 km north of Helsinki, and is one of the biggest cities in Finland. Tampere aims to be pioneering in many fields, and thus education and innovation are regarded as highly important in the…

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THE WORD CORNER

Today, I have the honor (for the first time) of presenting our first Thing… THE SHOEBILL STORK! As you can see in this image above, the Shoebill Stork is a bird. As its name implies, it is a relative to the pelican, and has nothing to do with storks. It is also called the Whale-headed…

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A COLOURED CULTURE DAY IN DUNDALK

A COLOURED CULTURE DAY IN DUNDALK The 4th Annual Celebration of Culture Day took place in Dundalk Grammar School turning the school into a sea of colour and creating an atmospheric vibe and buzz making it not like any other day. Many of the students ditched their uniforms to come in wearing their own cultural attire….

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Dundalk Grammar School, County Louth, Ireland

En Irlande, l’école secondaire de Dundalk, dans le Comté de Louth, a une longue tradition d’ouverture à l’international. Dundalk Grammar School’s venerable history From 1739 to 1835 it was a Charter School. In 1835 it was reorganised, largely by the Revd Elias Thackeray, as the Dundalk Educational Institution. It was in abeyance during World War…

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