• Vuollerims Friskola

    Vuollerims Friskola

  • Vuollerims Friskola

    Vuollerims Friskola


Välkommen till Vuollerims Friskola

Att välja skola är ett viktigt val!

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På Vuollerims Friskola – en bra liten skola – arbetar vi tillsammans för att säkra bra förutsättningar för elevernas lärande och utveckling. I nuläget har vi elever från Jokkmokk, Harads, Svartlå såväl som elever från Vuollerimbygden. Skolan är en 6-9:skola.

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Utveckling och lärande hänger ihop med många faktorer. Vid senaste skolverksenkäten ger föräldrarna skolan nästan 10 av 10 möjliga i arbetet med en trygg skolvardag utan kränkningar.

                                                                                     Vuollerims Friskola        Samtliga skolor

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Källa:  Skolinspektionen

Vi hälsar alla som av olika anledningar står inför ett skolval att komma och vara nyfiken på vår verksamhet och känna oss på pulsen. Hör av dig till Annette som är rektor tel 0976- 100 05 eller på mejl till info@vuollerimsfriskola.se.  

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Elevcitat;

Den här skolan är ett bra val för man får göra mycket och man lär sig mycket”.

”Här blir jag sedd, och det duger att vara den jag är”

Elevens val på Vuollerims Ridklubb

Elevens val på Vuollerims Ridklubb.  Först hade vi lädervård sedan fick ponnyn lite putsning och tandborstning.

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Till Luleå för att delta i Pytagoras quest

I mars åkte tre av våra elever till Luleå för att delta i Pytagoras quest – en tävling i matematik.
Resultatet blev en delad 4:e plats!   Grattis!

Eleverna i år 9 har hoppat isvak!

Mycket stolt idrottslärare på Vuollerims Friskola konstaterar att 77% av eleverna i år 9 har hoppat isvak.

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Nobbel middag – 10/12

Nobel middag

Skoldans – 29 april 2014

På tisdagen den 29:e april är det skoldans för eleverna på friskolan. Det har planerats en hel kväll fylld med dans, umgänge, liveband och annat skoj. För närvaron får man kompensationsledigt dagen efter (vilket betyder att man får ledigt från onsdagen till söndagen). Nedan följer elevrådets egna, professionella affisch:

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Inträdet till dansen är 60 kronor, och det är på grund av kostnaderna för fikabröd, dryck och hyra. Klädkoden är ”av det finare slaget” och ska ackompanjeras med en ögonmask. Om man inte hinner införskaffa en mask går det bra att göra en själv – varför inte skapa en personlig mask av ett flingpaket?

Vi i elevrådet ser fram emot en underbar kväll och hoppas att alla elever kan komma till Folkets Hus i Vuollerim och dansa!

För mer information, kontakta elevrådet via mail, på ”elevrad@vuollerimsfriskola.se”

Med vänliga hälsningar,
Elevrådet på Vuollerims friskola

The Roman Baths

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Half the class went to the Roman Baths and half the class went to the Fashion museum.

In the Roman Baths you learnd about how the Romans bathed, and the history of Sulis Minerva (The goddess of water).

When you start your tour at the Roman Baths the first thing you would see is the Great bath, but only trough a window for now. Then you go to your left and trough a pair of doors. Now you’re outside and looking over the Great bath. You should also see eight statues that are over a centry old.
After you have walked around the terass, you go back inside and look over the Hot spring (The biggest in the Great Britain). The Hot spring is the sorce for the warm water in the Great bath (37*C). The water in the Hot spring is 47*C, I believe, at the surfus.
Now you’ll go down the stairs to the tomb chamber. Here you have some historical stuff like a grave, a scaleton and a old Roman hairstyle for welthy ladies.
After the tomb room you go into the room with the sacrifice alter. (Almost all the sacrifices happend here, hence the name).
Now you walk along outside to the Great bath. (Your standing along side the bath).
To your left is the East bath and to the right is the West bath. The East bath was hotter than the West bath, so people believe that the ladies bathed in the East bath.
Now you will walk back inside to the end of the tour. Here you can tast and feel the water. The water has 43 different vitamins in it, so it’s suposed to be really good for you.

And that is the Roman Bath tour!

By: Elsa Enbom Sundqvist

London

On Saturday, November 23rd, we went to a day-trip to London. We took a train around 8.45 AM, and we arrived in London (Paddington) after 10 AM.

From Paddington, we took the tube to Piccadilly Circus. We chose Piccadilly as our gathering place. Piccadilly Circus is easy to find, partly because it’s very central, but also because the traffic between the circus and the rest of London is good. In the southwest of the circus, a statue of the Greek god Eros is erected. And now, by Christmas, the statue is made into a huge snow globe!

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After a quick meet-up, we took our separate ways. We had to be at least two people in a group, and not lose each other. Some went to the shopping whilst other went simply enjoying London or window shopping.
By shopping, we mean that some people went all-in and took the tube to Westfield in Stratford. That is the biggest shopping centre in Europe. They have around 400 shops.

So the day was filled with fun stuff! Although, some people thought London was way too populated, ”smelly” and expensive for their liking, whilst others loved every single bit about it.

We got 20 pounds to spend on an attraction; such as London Eye or Madame Tussauds. Most of the people went to the London Eye. The sight there was incredible; to see London from above in the nightfall, when all the lights are shining and traffic is slowly roaring on the streets below you – like ants with lights. Just as if the city moves on in the same “big-city-tempo”, whilst you are floating above in the air where no one can see nor hear you. That is a beautiful sight that shall never be forgotten.

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(By Casper, Lovisa, Wilma, Moa, Oscar and Marcus)

The Fashion Museum

The Fashion museum is located in the north of bath near the Circus. The Museum has an elegant atmosphere that makes you feel uncomfortable, not well dressed and you don’t want to touch anything because you might break something. ( TRUTH ) In the museum you’ll see all kinds of different dresses from the early 1800’s century to 2012. In the beginning off the museum you’ll get a phone like device witch is an audio guide,. You choose witch dress you want to hear about press the number into the device and it will be a story about the dress, who made it, when was it modern, who wore it. There was also different kinds of gloves from the early 19th century, some shoes and corsets. In The middle of the museum there was a station were you could try out some clothes from the Victorian time period. There were costumes for both women, children and men. When you were done walking around in the museum, there was another station were you could write down how to make the museum better and design your own dress. When tired of the dresses there was a gift shop on the top floor.
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BY: Amalia, Benjamin, Dim and Marja.

The Postal Museum

The Postal Museum is a little museum located underneath “The Post Office”, in central Bath. The museum it’s most about the history of post.

I the beginning you get a brochure that you can follow, but if you want to you can just go around by yourself. You don’t read much on the museum, you’re learning by listening.

In the beginning of the museum it’s a little gift shop where you can buy souvenirs from the museum. The cash-desk it’s actually a very antique old desk from the first postal office ever in Bath.

The first room you’re coming to if you’re following the brochure is the “Room of Firsts”, with a collection of postal firsts.

The other things you can learn about in the museum is the history behind Ralph Allen and John Palmer, the Victorian post office, sounds of different post horns signals, how old post boxes and stamp machines looks like, the history of communications and more things about post history.

Some other and more fun things you can do is perforate your own sheet of collectable stamps and cancel your own stamps to solve a puzzle. There is another game too called “Potholes and Pitfalls” that you can play. You can also dress up as an old/present postman or Ralph Allen and John Palmer.

We think it’s a very small museum, but even though you learn a lot there. It’s a interesting and fun museum. The staff is really nice and helpful. We would like to visit them again!

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By: Martina Lundmark and Ida Hedman