Gruffalo in Icelandic TV

Gruffalo, fabulous kids and their teachers from Leikskólinn Holt
occured in Icelandic TV- VF Magasin .

Great to see our friends from HOLT again!


Read the World Polish Contest Award Ceremony

“Read the World” project has been awarded in Polish competition called “Nasz projekt eTwinning 2016” (“Our eTwinning project 2016”)

“Read the World” is the runner -up in 3-10 age category!

Awarded teachers met on 20th of May 2016 in Warsaw. There were many authorities from Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Digital Affairs, scientists and eTwinning experts taking part in this Award Ceremony.

Central part of the event was Award Ceremony when winners and runners-up were announced. Each project was presented by individual video showing project work process and results.

Award, certificates and congratulation letters for project work in  “Read the World” was given to Natalia Szczygieł – one of “Bees” teachers. 

Winner of our age category was Still Life – create your table setting project – represented by Ewa Górnicka from Publiczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 8 im. Gustawa Morcinka in Opole.

Honours gratification was given to A…B…C… healthy life for you and me! project, created by Anna Urbasik fromPubliczne Przedszkole nr  17 in Jastrzębie – Zdrój.

Gruffalo kids give congratulations to all teachers and students taking part in awarded projects!

Grufallo struts like a peacock;)

Nobody expected that THIS book and a GRUFFALO
can bring so much happiness to our world…

Investigations in nature, playing with rhymes and sounds, possibility to be actors, constuctors and artists – that is what we gained by “Reading the World”. What does Gruffalo do? He struts like a peacock because of his success!

And now – great news again:

“Read the World” project is awarded in Polish eTwinning competition called
“Nasz Projekt eTwinning 2016”


Congratulations to “BEES” – Polish Gruffalo kids.
You were all awesome!

Yes, Gruffalo Rules!

Gruffalo on the European shortlist!

gruffalo polskie What an eTwinning news!

“Read the World” project is on the shortlist of European eTwinning Prizes 2016!

As it is stated on the page – it means that from 202 projects submitted to the competition, our Gruffalo adventures are among “the most valuable projects that made it to the final evaluation round”.
More details available here.

Keep your fingers crossed!
Meantime, all project teachers give a huge hug to every kid who read the world with Gruffalo last year!