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Pupils and classes from Izola and Koper


From Vojka Šmuc School – Izola

6C – Control Class

”I go to the 6C class at the Vojka Šmuc primary school in Izola. There are 25 pupils in my class, 15 boys and 10 girls. Most of us have been together since the first year. We get along very well and we like working together. Sometimes we fight, but we always make up. We have been named the best classroom twice, which we are very proud of. We are a lively class, but we are very efficient nonetheless. The girls are very chatty and the boys are quite naughty. We are all friends and we hang out on the playground and at birthday parties as well. We have also created several groups using the Viber mobile app. This way we can exchange opinions, share adventures and homework when necessary. Apart from that we are a classroom of athletes and musicians, with very few avid readers. In short, we’re a very special classroom of teenagers.” – Blaž Vadnjal Stojanovič

”Our classroom is very diverse, but also full of talents. Some of us are very good at sports, others are more artistic. We have been named best classroom twice, as we always stick together. Although we occasionally get new schoolmates, this never changes us. We believe in ourselves and we don’t care what others think. We are very chatty, but this can be an advantage, as we get sometimes chosen to present stage shows. There are 25 pupils in our class. When they tried to divide us we refused and we all insisted that they shouldn’t. Our parents were opposed too, as they know that together we are better. We stick together for better or for worse, and we like working together. We take part in various competitions, as we are very skilled and hardworking. We can be a bit mischievous, but we’re still the best.  Some teachers occasionally misunderstand us and think that we’re disobedient, but we have often proven that we can be very diligent and hardworking.” – Špela and Zara.

From Anton Ukmar School – Koper

6 B – Experimental Class

Well, born in 2007, super smart children in a super cool school. Could we ask for more?

We like to have fun, enjoy life and ourselves. We hate it when somebody tells us what to do, especially the adults! But do we have any choice?! Do your homework, study, be a good kid. It’s a neverending story!

What else do we have in common? Watching movies of course,, so we are really glad that we have joined this project. Getting to know other cultures, thoughts and desires of young people from other countries … we like that! We also wonder how other young people feel about Slovenia. Maybe very soon we will be able to get to know each other and exchange some ideas.

Koper school presentation ANG