Monday, 28 October 2019

Food Bank 2019

During late October our school's volunteers contributed to Food Bank initiative and encouraged people to donate food for Family house "Motinos Teresės šeimų namai". Students volunteered in several grocery shops and warehouses in the town encouraging and collecting food from people who bought long-life for the families in need. Even though it is said that the rich doesn't feel empathy for poor, people were very generous and donated a lot of food, which will make poor children's winter easier. For volunteers it was very rewarding to talk with people and ask for their help to support families. Sometimes it is hard to ask for help and that's what you can learn from this activity- to be not afraid to ask for support and help when needed. Also every time someone donated food it was very heart-warming to thank those people and feel their genuine willingness to help. It is very important to contribute and do one's duty for the society and people in need because poverty can hit anyone, doesn't matter one's age, gender, race. So showing empathy for others and taking action to fight social inequality was very rewarding to IB student volunteers.




Cleaning cemetery

IB students gathered to clean cemetery before the All Saints Day. It is an annual activity where students can help cemetery administration to get rid of fallen leafs.


Tuesday, 15 October 2019

We have our own PIN Code!

Rugsėjo 27 d. Šiaulių arenoje įvyko jau antroji ,,Tavo PIN kodas" paroda, kurioje Šiaulių miesto formaliojo ir neformaliojo švietimo įstaigos pristatė savo veiklą. Gimnazijai atstovavo Tarptautinio bakalaureato diplomo programa. Stendas sulaukė didžiulio lankytojų susidomėjimo, su besidominčiais apie šios programos teikiamas galimybes bendravo anglų kalbos mokytoja  Tatjana Sviatkina, ekonomikos mokytoja Diana Virbickaitė, istorijos mokytojas Paulius Baranauskas ir psichologijos mokytoja Rūta Nagelienė, o jiems talkino TB2 kl. mokinės: Neda Grigoliūtė ir Eglė Genytė. 
Paulius Baranauskas, istorijos mokytojas



Sunday, 25 November 2018

EURO FIT 2018 Lithuanian President cup

On the 25th November at Kaunas athletic gym where held EURO FIT 2018 Lithuanian President cup. Students' all over Lithuania came to compete in various sport events which were challenging for everyone. Activity component was very successful for our IBDP student Natalija who won 3rd place at the competition. Congratulations!!!

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Maltese soup 2018

Early in November IB students from Didzdvaris gymnasium participated in charity campaign Maltesers soup. Every year before Christmas, Maltesers charity collects donations for lonely, poor and disabled children and elderly people. On early Saturday morning volunteers from IB1 and IB2 gathered at one of the main shopping centers and encouraged people to donate for one of the most vulnerable members of our society. IB students collected donations from people and thanked them by giving a post card or Christmas’ toy. Some volunteers’ helped outside the shopping center by serving soups for donations. This kind of service of IB students contributed to the society and improved our own personal skills. Through Maltesers charity campaign we improved our communicative skills by politely asking people for help and donations, we became more open minded and caring, because when you find out more about a problem like poverty and contribute to its tackling, you feel more empathy for other people and understand them better.
Image may contain: 10 people, including Paulius Baranauskas and Andrius Bolonkinas, people smiling, people standing

Friday, 26 October 2018

Activity Day




On the 26th of October our gymnasium student's had an Activity Day. IBDP students cleaned up city cemeteries and put candles on the forgotten graves before the All Saints Day.

Friday, 19 October 2018

Food Bank 2018

During late October our school's volunteers contributed to Food Bank initiative and encouraged people to donate food for Family house "Motinos Teresės šeimų namai". Students volunteered in several grocery shops and warehouses in the town encouraging and collecting food from people who bought long-life for the families in need. Even though it is said that the rich doesn't feel empathy for poor, people were very generous and donated a lot of food, which will make poor children's winter easier. For volunteers it was very rewarding to talk with people and ask for their help to support families. Sometimes it is hard to ask for help and that's what you can learn from this activity- to be not afraid to ask for support and help when needed. Also every time someone donated food it was very heart-warming to thank those people and feel their genuine willingness to help. It is very important to contribute and do one's duty for the society and people in need because poverty can hit anyone, doesn't matter one's age, gender, race. So showing empathy for others and taking action to fight social inequality was very rewarding to IB student volunteers.