Regardless of the historical times passing by, since 1949 this Highschool has been keeping alive the faith in the eternal value of beauty, as a possible salvation of the world and of the creative ego. We are proud if our teachers who have exhibited in our country and abroad, too: as Nicolae Maier, we are also proud of our students who have became doctors, writers, architects or philosophers.
The city of Cluj-Napoca owes Romul Ladea, the spiritual master of our Highschool, first class artist,remarkable monuments such as : “Lucian Blaga”,”Scoala Ardeleana”.
Ladea studied in Bucharest (he was Paciurea’s student), in Paris, in Brancusi’s workshop. He was a teacher at Fine Arts School in Cluj and at “Ion Andreescu” Institute.
In his honor and memory, every year in May, our Highschool organizes a festival Romul Ladea Festival which has his name and it is accompanied by a scientific communication session with an interdisciplinary character. This festival, together with the creative experiment opened to all the children from Cluj and its surroundings, and too all our country, finalize the methodical preoccupations of the teachers, regarding the improvement of the artistic language.
Our sections are:
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL(5th-8th grade) (gymnasium)
Pupils study the general knowledge subjects that are specific to the compulsory
education, to which the arts subjects are added
-drawing 2 classes/week
-painting 2 classes/week
-modeling 2 classes/week
-history of art 1 hour/week
HIGHSCHOOL(9th-12th grade)-Architecture, Design and Ambiental arts section:
9th-12th grades are divided in two workshop: one has architecture as a profile
and the other, ambient arts:
-Fine and Decorative Arts section:
9th-12th grades are divided in special workshops (5 classes/week)
- Lasel painting
- Monumental painting (icons)
- Ceramics (pottery)
- fashion design, textiles
The following classes are added
- Drawing 2 classes/week
- Painting 2 classes/week
- Modeling 2 classes/week
- History of art-grades 9th-12th 1 class/week
- History of art-grades 11th-12th 2 classes/week
Optional classes – General Knowledge
- Arts and geometry
- Civic Education
- Artistic anatomy
- Image processing
- History of art 9th-12th grade extension
In our Highschool there are:
- 18 rooms for theoretical subjects
- 20 workshops for fine arts
- a library with 20.000 books
- an exhibition hall
- a gym and a sports field
- 2 IT rooms (information technology room)
- a medical office
- a psychological office
Välioja Primary School is a little village school of Haapajärvi (about 7500 inhabitants). The school has 37 pupils from classes 0 - 6 (ages 6 - 12). They are divided into tree teaching groups. The pupils are in general education and the school hasn`t migrants or refugees.
Our school cooperates with the Village Committee (Välioja-Kuona kyläyhdistys).
We got a nice playground, ice hockey rink, playing field and a hut. All this is done in cooperation with the Village Committee. The Village Committee received 70 000 € via Leader project. We organize common events and celebrations in different seasons, for example Christmas events, Spring and Building happenings.
Our school is following the European guidelines promoting the internationalization of teacher´s vision and abilities. Since 2010 we have participated in 2 Comenius projects.
School is interested in sports and belongs to the Finnish Schools on the Move project.
The programme is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture and is organised by the Board of Education, regional state adminstrative agencies and various other organisations and it is part of the Government Programme in Finland.
According to the new curriculum we have one of the multi-disciplinary learning course every year. This year the theme is Finland 100 years and Haapajärvi 40 years.
Our school take part of
Me & MyCity, which is a learning concept aimed at school children, covering society, working life and entrepreneurship. The Me & MyCity learning environment is a miniature city where students work in a profession and function as consumers and citizens as part of society.
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Finland takes first steps!The Erasmus + KA2 project has come forward. Monday 11.9. we told about the project to the student welfare team and at our school we were still going through the project on 13.9.2017.
Our school is little school, where is only 37 students and three teacher. We have english teacher who visits our school only three times a week (six hours). So The project involves mainly 3-6 classes. The students are excited and are looking forward to Skype meetings.
Now our school students are designing the logo for the New Skills New Schools project! (Our school own thing, what is visible on the New Skills - New Schools wallet)