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April 1 – International Bird Day.

“If you have caught a bird, then do not keep it in a cage,

do not make her want to fly away from you,

but she couldn’t. And make it so that she can fly away,

but didn’t want to. “

Bhagwan Shri Rajneesh

Every year on April 1, many countries around the world celebrate the oldest international ecological holiday on our planet – International Bird Day. At present, it is being held within the framework of the biological program of the international organization UNESCO “Man and the Biosphere”.

Initially, this holiday arose in 1894 in the state of Pennsylvania (USA), on the initiative of a talented teacher in love with nature, who proposed on this spring day, when birds begin to return from their wintering grounds to their homeland, to organize a massive ecological holiday on which children will learn to love and protect birds, without which it is impossible to imagine a happy life on our planet.

Simultaneously with the arrival of birds from wintering grounds, people celebrated the arrival of spring, symbolically living together with nature, awakening from hibernation.

Adults and children watched and rejoiced at the return of migratory birds and their first spring songs. Rooks are usually the first to arrive at their homeland, followed by starlings, robins, white wagtails, finches and many others.

The International Convention for the Protection of Birds useful in Agriculture, signed on March 19, 1902 and entered into force on December 12, 1905, became the first international convention in the field of environmental protection. The 1902 document was replaced by the International Convention for the Conservation of Birds, signed on October 18, 1950 in Paris – it already considered all types of birds, not just those that are useful for agriculture.

Since 1926, Bird Day has been celebrated in the USSR as an official holiday. In 1927, Bird Day was held in all districts of Moscow, about 5 thousand schoolchildren took part in it. In 1928, the number of participants reached 65 thousand children, they hung more than 15 thousand birdhouses.

The annual celebration of Bird Day was cut short by war, but in 1948 the movement was revived. The holiday gained even greater scope, in 1953, 5 million schoolchildren were attracted to participate in it. But already by the 60s – 70s of the 20th century, the celebration of the Day of the Birds had come to naught again. And only in 1994, when bird watchers sounded the alarm and created the Russian Bird Conservation Union, the holiday was revived.

The problem of bird protection is extremely urgent, since over the past 400 years more than 100 unique bird species have disappeared from our planet, and many bird species are now on the verge of extinction.

Hundreds of thousands of hectares of forests, which were the habitat of thousands of bird species on different continents, are annually brought down from the face of the Earth. The growing threat of pollution of the atmosphere, oceans and other water basins with heaps of garbage, toxic waste, oil spills, leads to massive deaths of birds. Poachers also make their contribution here, illegally catching a huge number of beautiful exotic birds for sale in private hands.

We can only hope that the younger generation will be more responsible for the nature of our planet, so that thousands of the most beautiful birds and their wonderful singing will not disappear from the face of the Earth. Then the birds will beckon children upward and give a feeling of free flight … Otherwise it would be a very quiet, gray and dreary planet.

In the school library you will find the exhibition “April 1 – International Bird Day!” from March 30 to April 5.

Prevention of injuries in children of preschool and school age

Preserving the health of the child is the task of every parent. The responsibility of parents to educate children in the basics of injury prevention. It is important to convince them that the danger can be avoided if you behave correctly. Household injuries are the most common. Fractures, craniocerebral injuries occur as a result of falls from a height (window, sofa, stroller, throwing up during a game), frequent burns with liquids (hot tea, soup), burns from a hot stove, dishes, iron, other electrical appliances, open fire, poisoning with unknown substances.

Despite the wide variety of injuries in children, the underlying causes are typical. First of all, this is the uncomfortable environment, negligence, neglect of adults, careless, improper behavior of a child in everyday life, on the street, during games, playing sports. Injury prevention work is:

  1. Elimination of traumatic situations.
  2. Systematic training of children in the basics of injury prevention. At the same time, it is important not to develop feelings of shyness and fear in the child, but, on the contrary, to inspire him that danger can be avoided if you behave correctly.
  3. Talk to your child, give examples.

It is very important for adults to behave themselves correctly in all situations, demonstrating to children a safe way of life.

Hour of Integrity

PRINCIPLES OF GOOD ORDER

IN THE HERITAGE OF KAZYBEK BI

The principles of justice, prudence and the wise words of the steppe genius, an outstanding politician of the Kazakh Khanate, Kazybek bi, are presented in the next “Hour of Integrity” of the Anti-Corruption Agency.

Kazybek bi is one of the three great biys of the Kazakh people of the 17th-18th centuries, an outstanding public and statesman, a key figure in the history of Kazakhstan.

Kazybek bi’s life was full of selfless deeds and courageous decisions.

He is a reformer, orator, diplomat-peacemaker.

Remuneration and injustice are a serious illness that reaches every Kazakh. He could only be defeated by pure thoughts and noble deeds, he believed.

For Kazybek bi, the issue of morality, as the highest human value, was in the first place. For example, “Don’t be vindictive – the country will suffer. Do not be ambitious, you will stop growing “,” Anger is an enemy, mind is a friend, add wisdom to your mind, “he said, stressing that every decision made has an impact on the further fate of not only one person and the whole country.

Kazybek bi could solve the most difficult problems without a single shot and unnecessary bloodshed.

The most powerful khans and sworn enemies listened to him, because he amazed them with his word and wisdom. Hit them in the heart.

He also united the scattered Kazakh clans, called for peace and harmony. After himself, he left the just laws by which his people lived.

Resourcefulness, eloquence, truthfulness – these are three qualities of Kazybek bi, which were touched upon in the lesson of integrity.

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April 2 – International Children’s Book Day

International Children’s Book Day is celebrated on April 2, the birthday of H.C. Andersen. It was founded in 1967 by the non-profit organization International Council for Literature for Children and Youth (IBBY). On this day, IBBY awards the H.C. Andersen Prize every two years to a writer – author of books for children and an illustrator of children’s books. The initiative to create the International Children’s Book Day belongs to the famous German writer Jelle Lepmann.

Resolution of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 12 dated 03.25.2021

Dear Parents!

On the basis of the Resolution of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 12 dated 03.25.2021 E. Kiyasov, in the fourth quarter of the 2020-2021 academic year, it is allowed to study in a combined format for students of all grades, with no more than 25 students.

For teaching students at school – lyceum No. 2, all necessary disinfectants are provided. Disinfection mats are located at the entrance to the school, sanitizers with a skin antiseptic and dispensers for liquid soap for treating hands are installed in accessible places on each floor, on watch and each teacher has disposable masks and gloves for students, a medical office is functioning, the work of sanitary posts is organized on every floor.

At the entrance to the school, the temperature of students and school staff is measured. The temperature is recorded in the thermometry log twice (at the beginning of the shift and at the end). At each break, classrooms are ventilated. During the sanitary hour, processing and quartzing are carried out.

At the same time, in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection at school, it is necessary to pay attention to a number of requirements:

  1. Accompanying children takes place to the first door to the school building;
  2. The child has a mask, pocket antispecific or antibacterial wet wipes for personal hygiene;
  3. Compliance with social distancing and rules of conduct at school;
  4. Availability of a second removable shoe.

Note: School uniforms are optional during periods of restrictive activities. The appearance is neat, comfortable, but not sporty (leotards, sweatshirt).

Science Day “Gifted Generation – the Future of Kazakhstan”

Science Day is held with the aim of supporting gifted schoolchildren, developing functional literacy, as well as creating conditions for integrating educational areas and popularizing student research activities.

03/19/21 within the framework of the “Day of Science” at the school – lyceum, a scientific and practical conference was held, in which 52 pupils of 5-11 grades took part. The NPK participants presented their research projects covering facts, events, phenomena, models and certain unknown areas of subject areas that go beyond the scope of the program material related to human life. Disclosing the topic of their project, the participants put forward hypotheses, analyzed and gave their assessment of the object under study.

SPC sections:

MYTH: mathematics, computer science, physics, technology, engineering, economics, earth and space science

  • Natural – scientific: chemistry, biology
  • Rukhani zhagyru: history, legal subjects, local history, geography
  • Healthy lifestyle (healthy lifestyle): physical culture
  • Linguistics: Kazakh language, Kazakh literature
  • Linguistics: Russian language, Russian literature
  • Linguistics: English

Based on the results of the work of the sections, the composition of the students recommended for participation in the city stage of the Republican competition of scientific projects in general subjects of grades 8-10 and the Republican competition of research and creative projects “Zerde” of grades 5-7 was determined.

MYTH: Vecher Roman 9 grades, Nabieva Esmira 11 grades, Flotova Adel 7 grades, Ojakhverdiev A. 5 grades, Pirkh Danil 6 grades, Vikhle Elizaveta 5 grades, Kuzmenko Gleb 6 grades, Nugmanova Dana, 7 grades, Zhaukova Adele 7 cells

  • Natural – scientific: chemistry, biology Chernetskaya Elizabeth 8 class
  • Rukhani zhagyru: Omarova Daria 5 cells, Abibulaeva Aybiyke 7 cells, Prikhodko Ekaterina 10 cells, Krikalo Maria 8 cells, Yakovleva Elena 9 cells, Olga Nezhivova 9 cells.
  • HL (healthy lifestyle): Vecher Roman 9 class

Linguistics – Kazakh, Kazakh literature: Temirkhanova Alina 8th grade, Sugurova Dilnaz 11th grade, Almasov Erali 6th grade, Torabaeva Aisu 7th grade.

  • Linguistics – Russian, Russian literature: Nazarova Anastasia 9th grade, Kappasova Diyara 6th grade

• Linguistics – English: Sugurova Malika 9th grade, Esmukhanova Dana 9th grade

CONGRATULATIONS ON VICTORY!

03/18/2021, the chairman of the NGO “Local trade union of workers of educational and scientific organizations of the Kostanay region”, V. Tsymbalyuk presented the staff of the school-lyceum No. 2 with a Diploma for winning the competition to conclude a collective agreement and during the action “Conclude an employment contract.” The main prize of the competition was a printer. Congratulations!

 

Reading School project

According to the instruction of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, the project “Reading School” is being implemented in our school – lyceum. Its goal is “to create a cultural environment conducive to the formation of readers’ interests and the involvement of the family in the reading process.”

Young actors participating in the “Theater is Life” challenge, which took place in our school as part of the “Reading School” project, tried to live the life of their hero. Children gave free rein to their feelings, thoughts and their creativity. Doesn’t theater develop personality? Isn’t self-confidence built? Aren’t students getting good moral lessons? Participating in theatrical performances, children learn communication, gain experience of self-realization.

Theater is a small life, it is a special world with its own soul. We try to introduce our pupils to this world.

F.Schiller believed: “There are no bad roles for good actors.”

We bring to your attention the video “Theater is life!”

THE FUTURE IS OURS

Congratulations to the students of our school Nazarovs Anastasia and Dmitry with the bronze medal “Elbasy Medal”!

The Elbasy Medal program is aimed at children and youth of Kazakhstan with the aim of attracting them to active participation in the life of society and the state.

Participation in the Elbasy Medal Program is not such an easy task, it requires constant dedication and motivation to work. However, the feeling of achievement and victory at the end of the Program will be worth it! Well done boys! Keep it up!

 

On the prospects and problems of the subject “Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Business”

March 17 Director of the school lyceum No. 2 Dandybaeva G.T. took part in a dialogue platform on the basis of FAO “NTSPK” Orleu “IPK PR in Kostanay region on the topic” Financial literacy and the basics of entrepreneurship: experience, problems, solutions ”

In the form of a dialogue between practitioners, teachers teaching the subject “Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Business” analyzed the most pressing issues: continuing education courses, the structure of the curriculum, textbooks and the necessary resources.

In the block of the discussed problems Dandybaeva G.T. identified an urgent problem – the availability of specialists who are unable to provide a high-quality expected learning outcome due to the lack of depth of economic and financial knowledge, as required by the program.

The second problem is the teacher’s lack of entrepreneurial experience. The learning environment for this course should be a business environment rich in a special didactic training base. And this will to a greater extent allow to form the skills of the future independent activity of school graduates in market conditions.

A proposal to solve this problem is to open classrooms for students in grades 10-11 at the Atameken site.

Summing up the results, the participants of the round table asked questions of interest to them and spoke about the significance of the problems raised and the benefits of discussing them.