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(latviski) Valsts pārbaudes darbu grafiki (precizēts)

Christmas party for 9 – 12 classes

Christmas party for 5 – 8 classes

Christmas party in pictures

Black Coffee Evening

Black Coffee Evening, Pļaviņu novada ģimnāzija The Evening of Black Coffee is a traditional evening party to recall back in our memories our fighters for freedom.This event makes us to think about real values in our lives.

At Plavinas Regional Gymnasium such event takes part already several years. It’s annual tradition, the founder of it is our ex-teacher of history Edite Kupca, but now this tradition is cultivated and continued by our teacher of history Iveta Krastina. Students of our school went to National Accademy of Defence where they met with the president of our country and Army staff.

They learned something new about Freedom Fights and they got unforgottable emotions and experience.

“You can teach students history ten times,but we need only once to show and enjoy the history and students will remember it for ever”, – says teacher I. Krastiņa.
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Line training competition

Line training competition On 11th November in our school took part line training competition.This tradition 1st started 3 years ago and now is still going on. With every year pupils train more and more seriously for these competitions.The most serious usually are 12th formers because they want to be the best before graduation.This year good results showed also the 10th formers nevertheless they are together only for 3 months.

Some classes had formed nice and common image and symbols.

This year in the competition participated not only secondary formers but also pupils from forms 5-8.Junior forms showed real courage and good will.

Experience Sharing Seminar

On September 26 Plavinas Regional Gymnasium received 34 teachers from Rezekne primary school.

Our primary school teachers informed their colleagues from Rezekne about some possibilities of using IT in primary schools.

The assistant headmaster in educational area Ilze Seipule and methodological association manager Ilona Lazda acquainted the visitors with our school.

The colleagues from Rezekne were divided into groups. The work was organized in four workshops. Our primary school teachers demonstrated how to work in the classroom using a projector and a screen, how to organize work at the lesson using a documentary camera and an interactive whiteboard as well as the voting equipments.

At the end of the seminar our visitors shared their experience on tourism in Latgale for school students.

Thanks to all teachers who prepared the seminar qualitatively: Vineta Platgalve, Iveta Kupča, Sandra Fišmeistare, Sarmīte Meldere, Kristiāna Balode, Gints Balodis, Inga Baginska, Ineta Reitere.

The participants of the seminar were grateful to Mirdza Simone and her helpers for some nice hot tea and coffee.

Methodological association manager Ilona Lazda

Photos from Teachers’ day

The Olympic Day 2011

Olympic Day 2011 Pļaviņu novada ģimnāzijā On Friday, 30 September, Latvian Olympic Committee (LOC) organized the Olympic Day 2011 all over Latvia.

It started at 10:00 with morning exercises which were live broadcasted over the radio SWH.

At least 38000 students from 48 places and also more than several thousand Latvian residences exercised for five minutes in their workplaces and educational institutions.

The Latvian Olympic Committee granted the winners 22 tickets for a hockey match and the “Olympic” dumb – bells. All classes of our school competed at 12 stations in different kind of sport activities: basketball (foul shots), handball and football (shots into the goal), relay race and some other activities.

The overall results of the classes were evaluated as well as their organization and presentation. Four classes – 2b, 6b, 10 and 11b had the same results. The winner was decided by lot. It was the 11b class!

Thanks to all members of the Olympic Day for their Olympic Games spirit and ardour!

Members of Young Volunteer Corps on a hike