Schkola school Schule Hartau

The Schkola in Hartau. A wonderful free school, which makes the children learning more fun. The panorama shows the garden, which can play carefree children. There are even rabbits there! In the paved garden fire at school festivals a campfire is lit and grilled.

Schkola comes from the Slavic and means SCHOOL. With this name, the founders to its claim - to a new educational landscape in the border triangle Germany - Poland and the Czech Republic - expressed. A new school to be created, otherwise it should be, connected with the economy and the neighbors. Open-minded and FREE. Today Schkola is learning and living place for many people of all ages, from kindergarten through high school. Source: www.schkola.de

Copyright: Mike Weidner Www.Panomorph.De
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Uploaded: 13/04/2010
Updated: 17/09/2014


Tags: schule; schkola; garten; garden; school; green; gras; kaninchen; klettergerüst; spielhaus; haus; sandkasten; hartau; freie schule; kinder; lernen; schulhaus
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