On the map of Europe Slovakia looks like a small dot. But this small dot has its own rich history, traditions and many natural beauties.
Today Slovaks are descendants to western tribes, that starts to appear on current land of Slovakia on the beginning of the 6 th century. Since 568 these tribes were under the power of Nomand Avarians and in 7 th century they became a part of Same Rise. In the year 791 Carl the Great defeated the Avarians and dispersed Slovakian tribes formed Moravian and Nitra county. After 833 both counties were merged together and created Great Moravian Empire.
Great Moravian empire was a state in western Slovakia, which existed between 833 and the beginning of the 10 th century (approximately 907). Its was located at today Morava and Slovakia
Uhorsko (lat. Hungaria/Vngaria, ger. Ungarn/Hungarn, hun. Magyarország, croat. and serb. Ugarska, rom. Ungaria) or State of Hungary was located in Karpatian valley since 10 th century until 1918. Part of which was Slovak Republic.
Rakúsko-Uhorsko was a dual monarchy in the middle of Europe between 1867-1918 Rakúsko-Uhorsko was created after the lost battle against Prusko in 1866.
400 – 50 BC: A Celtic city 623 – 658: Part of Sam empire. 833 – 907: Part of Great Moravia. 907: First written evidence about Bratislava 907 – 1918: Part of Hungary 1291: ( 2 nd of December) Hungarian king Ondrej III. has granted an extended privileges for the city of Bratislava 1563 – 1830: A coronation city for Hungarian kings.
1919 – 1939: Part of Czecho-Slovakia 1939 – 1945: A capitol of Slovak Republic 1945 – 1992: Again part of Czecho-Slovakia Since 1993 a capitol of the independent Slovak Republic
School for the hearing impaired was founded in 1903 in Kremnica The education was in Hungarian language for 24hours per week In 1905 the founder and director Koloman Hercsuth left Kremnicu and went to Bratislava, where he established the Bratislava institute for the hearing impaired and became its director.
In the 1906 the institute was officially linked to the ministry of the culture and religion. On 6 th of May 1906 the city council decided to build a modern institute for the hearing impaired In 1913 the construction was built. It should be build according to the newest pedagogic standards.
In 1918-1919 was the motto: To create, to build and to hope In 1920-1921 the education was done in Slovak language In the year 1932/1933 Viliam Gano became the new principal, who was the soul of the institute. He cared for the all-round development of pupils, in the areas of culture, sports, and proffesional, but mostly he focused to the speech
During the war, building was used as a field hospital. After the 2 nd world war there was 230 students in the institute In the years 1948-1954 the institute is expanding, there are lectures and conferences about the education methodology and phonetic. In 1950/1951 there was a new method of teaching – move method. There were exchange programs with other schools, mainly Czech schools.
The school is now educating not only the hearing impaired, but also the multi-disabled Raising and educating children since they are 3 years old During the educations is used the most modern technology
Štvorlístok (Four- leaf clover) – magazine Articles are written by students and teachers There are also their drawings Conundrums and jokes can be also found
We have a great ski team. And also excellent cyclists.
We are participating in nation-wide competitions In athletics We are also good at football
In chemistry we were rewarded twice with the 1 st place in a nation- wide competition In science we’ve achieved 3 rd place In poetry recital we’ve end up 1 st We were also in the Slovak and mathematics competition
Miloš – always brings some award from the natural-history competition He plays football, ski, cycle and he is also a good athlete Daniel – competes a chemistry field, he doesn’t ski, but he likes athletics. Vinco – also likes to sport, plays football and also likes athletics - Perfect dancer
Kvetka – likes chemistry, she won the 1 st place in a nation-wide competition - Plays in theatre, sports and matematics too Majka – likes the theatre, dance - This year is attending the competitions in chemistry and mathematics Janka – is an excellent dancer and acrtress
-Miroslava Vetráková – teaches mathematics, chemistry and technology - Krastína Brnčová – prospector - Rudolf Bartošík – teaches ethics, mathematics, physics and gymnastics Not only they teach but they also care about our good behavior and fun – pupils speaking
Kvetka Majka Janka Miloš Mirka Vinco Kristínka Daniel Rudko....but we will be back.......