Partners agreed to have the main project web whose webmaster is the Czech and each of them will create own school project web or make a project file on their school web.

School editorial teams publish articles and photos about school events on their school web and annotations of these articles in the form of Newsletter were send to cooperating lower schools.








Czech Republic – Pardubice

SPŠE a VOŠ, Karla IV. 13, Pardubice

Secondary school of electrical engineering

belongs with its 500 students at the age of 16-19 and 60 teachers - highly qualified specialists - to the most prestigious schools in Eastern Bohemia. It provides technical education finished with the School Leaving Exam.

The branches of study are Electronic Communication Devices, Computer Science and Automation, Information Technologies. The project SEN is being made mainly by students studying Information Technologies because they learn required knowledge in special subjects such as multimedia and dynamic web applications, graphics, programming. However, some students studying other branches but they can make a video, take snaps, write texts are participating in the project as well.

The project derives benefit from the fact that study includes practice lessons and practical exercises in numerous ICT laboratories equipped with PCs, data projectors and interactive boards. Also, the part of the School Leaving Exam is final IT products such as a video, web, a programme which show students can use learnt theory in practice.

Learners regularly achieve first positions in technical competitions such as AMAVET. School also organizes ICT competition Pcák in which 50 contestants from primary schools of the region compete every year.

The school functions as a CISCO Academy and ECDL Test Centre.

Italy – Roma

Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale Galileo Galilei Roma

Galileo Galilei High School, Rome, Italy

Galileo Galilei High School was built in 1919 and it is the oldest technical high school in Rome. It is a very large school with four floors and lots of laboratories. The school is in the centre of Rome, it can be reached by underground tube, bus, tram or train. It is located near many of the main monuments. More than 1,200 students attend Galileo Galilei High School and there are about 130 teachers. Almost all students are boys.

Our school is comprised of a technical high school and an applied sciences lyceum. As for the first, after a common two-year study course, students can choose to attend one of the five different specialisation courses at our school: Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science and Telecommunications, Mechanics and Mechatronics and Aircraft Construction. There are evening adult classes in Electronics and Telecommunications and Mechanics and Mechatronics too. All students study English. There are lots of laboratories: renewable energy laboratory with photovoltaic panels on school roof, two CAD laboratories, robotics laboratory, mechanics laboratories, domotics laboratory, a wind tunnel laboratory, two chemistry laboratories, two physics laboratories and also two design technologies laboratories.

Every classroom and laboratory is equipped with interactive whiteboard, a computer and internet connection. Each hour the students change classroom to attend different lessons, laboratories or workshops. The school is a CISCO local academy, an ECDL Test Centre and it also collaborates with English language schools for English language certification (Cambridge and Trinity College London). There are lots of extra-curricular courses, as projects on civil and industrial electrical and networking technology, domotics, robotics, scientific degrees, building and fly competition for aeronautics, just to name a few. The courses have won several national and international competitions (

Poland – Dzieržoniow

Zespół Szkół Nr 1 im. prof. Wilhelma Rotkiewicza

Zespół Szkół Nr 1

Our school is situated in a middle-sizedtown in the south-west of Poland called Dzierżoniów. The school educates over 400 students and employs about 40 teachers. The school was founded in 1946 when Polish industry was destroyed by the World War II. Wilhelm Rotkiewicz–the patron of the school - who came here with a group of specialists, pioneers, seeing the devastation, asked the Ministry of Industry in Warsaw for the permission to organize a 3-month-long course for radio technicians which gave the beginning of a secondary school. After the first course finished, the preparations to open the schoolbegan. Human Resources of Ministry of Industry approved the opening of the school on 6 August 1946 and gave it the name "Szkoła Przemysłowa Radiotechniczna" (Radiotechnical Industrial School).

The school is located in two buldings - the first one at 8 Mickiewicza St. and the other one at 5 Konstytucji 3 Maja Sq. The current headteacher is Mr. Aleksander Koszela, and vice-headteacher is Mrs. Ewa Nieroda. There are about 40 teachers and 400 students nowadays. The school trains young people in many modern fields, such as IT, mechanics, mechatronics, electronics and electricity, and it is the only school of this kind in the area. It is on the list of the best technical schools in the Lower Silesia voivodeship. All above mentioned professions are best-paid ones and have a great significance in the modern world.

There are also extra lessons run in the school for students who want to broaden their knowledge in many fields.

Romania – Bacau

Colegiul National Ferdinand I

"Ferdinand I" National College

"Ferdinand I" National College is a 145 years old educational institution situated in an urban area in N-E Romania. It schools 1095 students, aged 6-19, taught by a number of 79 teachers. There are preschool , primary and secondary school classes but most of the students are high school pupils. We offer our high school students general theoretical tuition with a focus onMaths, ICT and mother tongue and foreign languages. There are both special classes of Informatics for students who take an exam that certifies their ICT competences and intensive language study classes for students who graduate by getting a foreign language competece certificate. Most of these students follow an academic career in informatics and programming, language teachinng, medicine, law and justice , economics and many others, in our country as well as abroad.

The school staff has always developed and is still developing various partnership programmes with local, national and international institutions by which students enrich and improve communication, digital, civic and interpersonal techniques and competences, thus rendering them responsible, competitive and self-confident in an ever changing society. This envolvment allows students and teachers alike to learn to be more flexible and tolerant and to feel included in the European community, understanding their role as active citizens responsible for cherishing their own language and cultural heritage as well as embracing the other's similar values. They also feel more motivated to learn and to play an active role in the school curricular and extracurricular activities.

Through the students’ and teachers’ remarkable annualy results in every and each competition we make ourselves better known as an educational institution, both nationally and internatioonally. It is our school policy to be open to new opportunities, to fruitful exchanges that enable us providing our students with equal education opportunities, in our own country and abroad.

Sweden – Vaggeryd

Fenix Kultur - och Kunskapscentrum


Fenix is a school that´s located in the southern Sweden in Vaggeryd. It has about 300 students and we have 16 different programs to choose between and they are college preparatory and vocational programs. We think that our school is good because it has a lot of internship and field studies and also international exchanges which are good because it gives us students the opportunity to build relationships and experiences that can facilitate the transition to work.

Here in Sweden we get food for free in the school because the citizens pay taxes for that and the upper high school is not compulsory for anybody.

Our school consists of two buildings. The main building and “Fenix 2”. The main building was built in 1996 and the second building was built in 2010. The second building is very modern and it has nice views of the nature and the big lake Hjortsjön. In Fenix 2 we have the machines that is used most by the students from the vocational programs but also from the students from the technical program.

Czech Republic – Pardubice

PLC ZERONE s.r.o. (Ltd.)


PLC ZERONE s.r.o. (Ltd.) is a young dynamic company offering more flexibility, efficiency and professional attitude on filed of Automation Industry. Our experience from small and midsize projects together with innovative ideas is our advantage.

We work in Czech Republic and all around the world. We speak Czech, English and basic Russian

The firm deals with:
Application software development including standards - PLC (Siemens S5, S7; Rockwell PLC5; RSLogix)
Visualization - SCADA,HMI (WinCC, RSView, InTouch, ControlWeb)
Commissioning on site around the world


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