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THE CENTRE OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES EU LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME COMENIUS Presentation GIVEN in Malta Course name: Practical tips on effective management for education officials and professionals 18th July 2009
The hobby school was established in autumn 1989. The hobby school started with a music and an art department, in 1990 a dance department was added. The hobby school is situated in the same building as Kadrina Secondary School. All of the students of the School of Fine Arts are also students of Kadrina Secondary School and therefore many common activities are held, the collaboration between the two schools has enriched both schools.
Population of Kadrina commune (01.01.2009) The number of population: 5 386. The density of population: 16,2 persons per km². 2 418 inhabitants live in the small town of Kadrina and 2968 inhabitants live in the rural area.
The volume of the Commune budget in 2008 about 87,9 million kroons, in 2009 about 79,3 million kroons (5 068 194 EUR) Of this amount the expenses are following: Education about 50% Culture, free time, sport about 10 % School of Fine Arts 1 834 540 (117 248 EUR – 2008) 1 574 000 (100 597 EUR – 2009)
Kadrina Kindergarten (~190 children) Vohnja Kindergarten-Primary School (~50 children) Kadrina Secondary School (~ 700 students) Kadrina School of Fine Arts which is a hobby centre (~ 130 children and students)
The School of Fine Arts of Kadrina is an educational establishment operating in the area of youth work which creates an opportunity for the acquisition of musical and art hobby education and prepares students for professional music and art education; gives schooling of hobby activities in the field of music, art and folk dance in general cultural classes.
Statute of the School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Vision plan of the School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Curriculum of the School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Study programmes for all hobbies (extracurricular activities)
Kadrina commune council Head of Kadrina commune council Ain Suurkaev Kadrina Commune government Head of Kadrina commune Aivar Lankei Headmistress of School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Eve Vunk Teachers’ council (14 members) Board of trustees (5 members) The school is a member of Association of the Music Schools of Estonia Estonian Information System for Education Representative of both organisation of Kadrina commune is Eve Vunk
Music Apprenticeship 1-7 (10) years Art Apprenticeship 1-5 (7) years General culture Apprenticeship 1-12 years One study week consists of 2-7 lessons
Keyboard instruments: piano accordion Stringed instruments: violin classical guitar Brass instruments: Wood-wind instruments block flute flute oboe clarinet saxophone Group lessons solfeggio (sol-fa) music theory music history chamber group
drawing painting composition sculpture art history
Music department a pre-school course (1-2 years) a basic course (7 years); younger level – classes 1-4; older level – classes 5-7 supplementary course, after graduating a basic course (1-2 years) Art department a pre-school course (1-2 years) a basic course (7 years); younger level – classes 1-2; older level – classes 3-5 supplementary course, after graduating a basic course (1-2 years) Classes with free curricula (1-7 years) percussions singing piano classical guitar A general cultural classes (music, art, folk dance groups). (1-12 years)
Music: 70 Art: 50 Estonian folk dance: 12 Music department pre-school course – 10 basic course – 50 additional course – 3 general cultural class (with a free curricula) – 7 Art department pre-school course – 8 basic course – 8 general cultural class – 34 Estonian folk dance group general cultural class – 12
Children and students of age range 6 -19 years Number of students: 2005 – 171 (+ 50 choir singers) 2006 – 137 (+ 100 choir singers) 2007 – 124 2008 - 132 2009 - about145 Predictions for the next years: Fertility in Kadrina commune 200432 childrens 200552 childrens 200669 childrens
Learning at the hobby school takes place during the time when the student is free from study at other educational establishments. The lessons begin at about 12.40 and finish at 19.15 The children who attend pre-school classes of the music department and go to kindergarten come to school with their parents and sometimes go back to kindergarten or home after the music lesson.
The school has partnership schools in Helsinki, Mikkeli, Hämeenlinna and Turenki in Finland, Mora in Sweden, Trøgstad in Norway. Our students have introduced Estonian folk art in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal (Figuera De Fos), Italy (Messina/Sicily) and Hungary. The students of our school have participated in all of seven international culture festivals since 1997 in Kadrina (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009), with the main emphasis on folk music, choir music or classical music. Comenius programme Miles of Smiles 2006-2009 with Kindergarten Vesiroos, Tallinn, Estonia; Ascoli-Piceno Centro Direzione Didattica, Ascoli Piceno, Italy; Our Lady of Peace Primary School Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Youth work is the creation of conditions for young people for activities which facilitate their development and enable them to be active outside their families, formal education and work on the basis of their free will.
which came into force 1st April 1999, a young person is a person between the age of 7 and 26.
Hobby education is any activity involving young people for facilitating versatile development of their personality on the basis of a national or institutional curriculum.
There are 300 licensed hobby schools in Estonia 160 municipal and 140 private hobby schools and approximately 49,000 pupils study in them, about 13,000 of them in music and art schools 19,000 in sports schools 17,000 in other schools. 84 music schools and schools of fine arts are members of the Association of the Music Schools of Estonia
schools open youth centres hobby centres youth associations and non-profit associations. The activities are regulated by the Hobby Schools Act.
long-term (hobby education) or short-term (hobby activities) Systematic and supervised engagements with one’s hobbies at one’s will outside formal education or job for acquiring intensive knowledge and skills in selected hobby.