Kauno „Paparčio“ pradinė mokykla

About School EN





                                                                    Saga “The Fern [fә:n]”
     On Midsummer night one should go to the wood and avoid being seen by anyone, draw a circle around himself with a rowan stick, and wait in patience. All kinds of monsters try to scare this man away, but if one is not scared he sees the fern blossoming. The fern flower allows man to know all secrets in the world, find hidden treasures and understand animals talking.



                                                               KAUNAS ‘PAPARTIS’ PRIMARY SCHOOL

Our “Papartis” Primary School works to prepare the child for contemparay world. The school is small but we do our best to organize as many extra classes, as our pupils need to develop their interests.

There are 303 pupils and 20 teachers in our school at the moment and there are 12 classes formed. 20 pupils are taught by special education curriculum. During their primary school years pupils learn basic reading, writing, counting, art skills, English. The children’s learning is organized through examples, experiences, activities and direct contact. One teacher generally teaches all the subjects in the close cooperation with the pupils’ families. There also are teachers for English, Music, Dance and teacher’s helpers.

Additionally, to fulfill students’ needs, our school offers grades for pupils with special education needs. And for those who are mostly interested in other leisure activities such as:

     Sport Dances

     A Growing European

     A Creative Workshop

     Decorations and Decoupage

     Plastic Art and Ceramics



     Active games

     English Language

    German Language

    The Choir “Papartėlis“ (En- „The Little Fern“)

Talking about sport activities, the most important competition is called “The Principal Cup”. This competition is organized in September or October. Children play the game that is called “Kvadratas” ( En- A Square).

We offer an after school program, called “Leisure Group”, where parents can leave their children after the lessons. Pupils do their homework there, have their lunch or dinner, take part in extra classes, play in the yard and are supervised by teachers.

Well prepared and experienced teachers are guiding pupils to be the best in a climate of communication and mutual respect, knowing very well that school cannot exist without any pupils or teachers- as participants in the education act- but without dialogue between them.