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ANTON ŽNIDERŠIČ PRIMARY SCHOOL ILIRSKA BISTRICA:

ANTON ŽNIDERŠIČ PRIMARY SCHOOL ILIRSKA BISTRICA Anton Žnideršič Primary School in Ilirska Bistrica is relatively new. I t was established in 1992 and is o ne among seven schools in the municipality of Ilirska Bistrica . I t is located near the town centre , nevertheless 60% of its students come from 28 villages surrounding Ilirska Bistrica. I n the school year 201 2 /201 3 there are 308 pupils in 17 classes of regular primary school programme and 1 3 pupils in 2 c lasses of special primary education programme . I n 1999 , the then 8-year educational programme was expanded into a 9-year programme .

THE CITY OF ILIRSKA BISTRICA:

THE CITY OF ILIRSKA BISTRICA The city of Ilirska Bistrica is situated near the border with Croatia, at the junction of the roads to Trieste (Italy), Rijeka (Croatia) and Ljubljana (the capital of Slovenia) . I t is a nice and quiet town , with less than 5 , 000 inhabitants . The town is the centre of the municipality of Ilirska Bistrica that lies in the Reka River Valley below Mount Snežnik (1796 m) , which significantly influences the local climate . T he area was inhabited already in the prehistoric era ; which is proved by the remnants of numerous hill-forts built by Illyrian s and Iapodes .

9-YEAR PRIMARY SCHOOL - DURATION:

9-YEAR PRIMARY SCHOOL - DURATION 1.-3. class 4.-6. class 7.-9. class 3. educational period 9 years 1. educational period 2. educational period

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FORMS OF EDUCATION public school private school home education

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PROGRAMME OF EDUCATION OBLIGATORY PROGRAMME obligatory subjects elective subjects class section lessons EXPANDED PROGRAMME after school care morning care after school lessons (for talented and weaker students) extracurricular activities outdoor school

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SYLLABUS - 1 1.class   2.class   3.class   Slovene 6 7 7 Maths 4 4 5 Art 2 2 2 Music 2 2 2 Environment Science 3 3 3 Physical Education 3 3 3 Lessons per week 20 21 22

SYLLABUS - 2:

SYLLABUS - 2 4.class 5.class 6.class  Slovene 5 5 5 Maths 5 4 4 English 2 3 4 Art 2 2 1 Music 1,5 1,5 1 Social Studies 2 3   Nature Science and Technology 3 3   Geography     1 History     1 Nature Science     2 Design and Technology     2 Housekeeping   1 1,5 Physical Education 3 3 3 Lessons per week 23,5 25,5 25,5

SYLLABUS- 3 :

SYLLABUS- 3 7.class  8.class 9.class Slovene 4 3,5 4,5 Maths 4 4 4 English 4 3 3 Art 1 1 1 Music 1 1 1 Geography 2 1,5 2 History 2 2 2 Civic Education and Ethics 1 1 Biology   1,5 2 Nature Science 3     Chemistry   2 2 Physics   2 2 Design and Technology 1 1   Physical Education 2 2 2 Elective subject 1 2/3 2/3 2/3 Lessons per week 27/28 27,5/ 28,5 27,5/ 28,5

SPECIFIC NATURE OF THE PROGRAMME:

obligatory school activities organized next to everyday lessons: 5 sports days, 3 natural themed days, 3 cultural days, 4 technical days a possibility of flexible organized syllabus (within one school year) individual and group as well as additional professional help to students with problems obligatory work programme for talented students (detection, identification, individual programme) SPECIFIC NATURE OF THE PROGRAMME

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EVALUATION AND TESTING 1. period 2. period 3. period DESCRIPTIVE NUMERIC NUMERIC Slovene, Maths, English Slovene, Maths, third subject (chosen by the ministry) NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE TESTING VOLUNTARY COMPULSORY

PRIMARY SCHOOL ESTABLISHMENT, AUTHORITIES (ORGANS) :

Primary schools are established by local communities (municipalities) with establishment act SCHOOL ORGANS: - council institute, which consists of: 5 employee representatives, 3 founder representatives and 3 parents representatives - principle, who is a pedagogic leader and manager organ - proffesional organs : teacher council, class teacher council, class teacher and professional working groups based on individual school subjects - parents council consists of class representatives PRIMARY SCHOOL ESTABLISHMENT, AUTHORITIES (ORGANS)

NORMS:

the norm for forming classes is 28 students for physical education, technology and housekeeping classes the norm is 20 students in the 8th and 9th grades some classes are carried out in homogenic study groups, that have a smaller number of students teachers have to perform 22 lessons per week, other employees have a 40-hour work week NORMS

STATE SUPPORT:

free classbooks cofinanced school lunches (2/3) or free lunches for the socially unstable cofinanced and subsidised outdoor school free transport to school for students in a 4 kilometer radius STATE SUPPORT

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