For everyone who wants to test their knowledge:
Saturday, 25 July 2015
Čtyřlístek („Lucky four”) (Czech)
Kajko i Kokosh (Polish)
Kapitan Kloss (Polish)
Les Aventures de Tintin (”The Adventures of Tintin”) (Belgian)
Les Schtroumpfs (”The Smurfs”) (Belgian)
Lips Tullian (Czech)
Lucky Luke (Belgian)
Muriel a andělé (Muriel and Angels) (Czech)
Przygody Koziołka Matołka (Polish)
Rychlé šípy ("Rapid Arrows") (Czech)
Spirou et Fantasio (”Spirou and Fantasio”) (Belgian)
The Beano (British)
The Dandy (British)
The Eagle (British)
The Tooper (British)
The Transformers (British)
Tytus, Romek i Atomek (Polish)
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
The rules may differ between the age of the pupils, but the base of the rules stays the same.
Older pupils for example only have one serve and may only hit the ball once, so called quick play.
You can also use a fotball and then hit the ball with your foot and head.
Four player begins in the square area, the area is divided between slave, knight, queen and king squares.
You also have a little square in the middle called the bomb area.
The other players form a quee behind the waiting line.
The rotation begins from the slave area towards the knight, queen and finally the king area.
Player that is out goes to the end of the line and wait, he is replaced by another player, from the waiting line you go to the slave area.
The purpouse of the game is to advance to the king area and stay there as long as possible while taking out the other players.
The king has two serves (if he/she miss the first), it is always the king that serves and the serve must first land in the king square before hitting an opponents square.
No unfair (difficult) ball against the slave.
You may only touch the ball twice before you hit it away (a total of three touches).
You may not hold the ball in your hands. The boll must land on your square before you touch it yourself.
If you laugh at someone else that is out or do anything else unfair towards another player you go out yourself and must then stand last in the waiting line.
If the ball comes in the middle, the so called bomb area, the king makes a bomb,the ball hits the ground hard in the middle area, and then land on one of the players square. The game then continues as usual. If the king ”bombs” out the ball from the bomb square then he is out.
500 gram minced meat
1 dl breadcrumbs
2 dl milk
How to do it
Mix the breadcrumbs and milk
Mix the minced meat, grated onion, salt and allspice
Mix it all together and add an egg
Roll small balls and fry them in a frying pan with a lot of butter
Serve with potatoes, lingonberry jam, and gravy
Tip of the chief
Go to the nearest IKEA if you do not succeed with this recipe
Monday, 22 June 2015
Tuesday, 9 June 2015
The name ”gołąbki” means ”little pigeons” but, of course it has nothing to do with them.
In Poland, many people like eating cooked cabbage. Gołąbki is one of the dishes with cooked cabbage.
- some cabbage
- 1 onion, 1 carrot, 1 parsley
- some minced meat: may be beef or pork
- some rice
- optional: some tomatoes and tomato paste
- some salt, some pepper, other spices, e.g. marjoram
Boil some rice and mix it with spiced minced meat. Put cabbage leaves into hot water and boil for a coupe of minutes. Take out the cabbage leaves and put the rice with the meat into the cabbage leaves. When finished, put your gołąbki into boiling water with a carrot, an onion and a parsely. You can add some tomatoes or tomato paste.
Cook for half an hor and serve with potatoes. Enjoy!
Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Next September our school will celebrate its 50th anniversary! We’re getting ready for it now. Last week our school choir recorded a CD with different Polish songs on the occasion. It was 10 hours of hard work for our students.
Here’s the film to a very short film about recording the CD and a link to one of the songs. Have a look!