Presentation on theme: "Hungary is our home. Size isn’t everything! Hungary is a small country, but… It has a lot within its borders, wonderful landscape with grassy plains to."— Presentation transcript:
Size isn’t everything! Hungary is a small country, but… It has a lot within its borders, wonderful landscape with grassy plains to high peaks and valleys. It has got a rich culture from wooden and gothic churches to modern nightclubs. Festivals take place all over the country at all times of the year.
Budapest The capital of the country sits in the middle of Hungary. It plays a central role in the life of the country, as a political, artistic and social energy. The River Danube not only transports visitors but defines the landscape. The town’s history goes back to the occupation by Romans, Huns and nomad Hungarians. The Danube divides it into three parts: Buda with the Castle Hill, Pest on the flat east side, and Óbuda, the ancient Roman outpost.
Óbuda has been inhabited since prehistoric times. The Roman era is one of the most significant periods in Óbuda’s history This district enjoys an ideal geographic location: the River Danube and the protective ring of the Buda Hills atracted settlers from the very beginning. Today Óbuda- Békásmegyer, where our school was built is the second largest part of the capital with a population of 130,000.
This year our school celebrates its 32nd anniversary. We count 350 pupils and 46 teachers. The grades from the first to the eighth have got two or three classes, altogether nineteen. Our specification is PE games and English as a second language. The different programmes which enrich the curriculum are planned by a calendar made twice a year with the help of the parents and the wishes of the children. Let’s see a collection of photoes taken from September until December in 2009.