World Book Day

On 23 April, more than 100 countries worldwide celebrate World Book Day. To encourage students to read for pleasure in and out of school, alone or with family and friends, we dedicated some time to celebrating in our school as well. Students from 6m delved into the wonderful world of Roald Dahl. Meanwhile, 7m students researched books that represent their various cultures. And students from 8m and 8i discussed the everlasting importance of Animal Farm by George Orwell. As the World Book Day organisation says: “Our mission is to promote reading for pleasure, offering every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their own.” Therefore, we encourage you to join our celebration by borrowing or buying a book and dedicate some of your time to reading for pleasure, especially outside in the wonderful days that are upon us.
Tina Frelih, Anja Dežman, Mateja Kores

6M – The Citarium – The world’s most polluted river

The Citarum River in Indonesia is the world’s most polluted river. One of the leading polluters is the fashion industry: 500 textile factories throw their wastewater directly into the river. The filmmakers teamed up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of this pollution. Here is a report written by Maria Magnus.



Kuhnapato – Cooking Event

On Thursday, 14 April three 6m students took part in the Kuhnapato event in Citypark. They prepared “žlikrofi” – Slovene dumplings from scratch. The dough and filling, as well. They did an excellent job!
Ms Katarina Čepič