Erasmus Day

The Erasmus Days was toke place on October throughout our school partners and also the world! This international celebration is based on a very simple concept: over three specific days, promote European values, mobility benefits and Erasmus+ project results, in order to boost visibility for citizens, stakeholders, media and policy makers.

 "Sharing our European values with the youth of today and tomorrow: for 35 years now and many more to come".


Erasmus day took place in Bologna on 13th October 2022. Different schools took part in the event. It was a great way to share our experiences. Both students and teachers described their Erasmus mobility. One group of students presented a short video about their recent journey to Romania.



In order to participate in the celebration of the "Erasmus Days" initiative organized by the European Commission on October 15, 2020, students from "Kiril Hristov" Elementary School made their own "Dream Houses" from waste materials. Art from recycled materials can be a valuable means of entertainment and relief from the traditional everyday life of students. These art activities are inexpensive and use materials available around the house such as old food containers, plastic bottles and soda cans. The most beneficial thing about these art activities for making creations from waste materials is that they teach students about the importance of recycling, as well as making them aware of our impact on the environment. Children love to craft. Use this opportunity to teach them the importance of recycling and caring for the environment.

On October 15, 16 and 17, 2020. Erasmus+ program days are organized in Europe and beyond. #ErasmusDays is a unique opportunity to organize events to share Erasmus experience or spread a project. "Kiril Hristov" Primary School this academic year participated in a European project under the "Erasmus+" program - "Let's do the best with waste", Key activity 2 - "Strategic partnerships", sector "School education", projects for "Partnerships for school exchange" 2019-1-PT01-KA229-061087_5.

In this regard, on October 17, 2020, the "Ambassadors of Nature" ecoclub participated in the days of the "Erasmus+" program, organizing an action to clean cigarette butts from Lake "Zagorka". Pollution of nature with cigarette butts is a global problem that also affects Bulgaria. There are many factors that pollute the environment. And while we all think that plastic straws and plastic bags are nature's worst enemy, it turns out that cigarette filters cause more harm than anything else. Plastic filter bags are the most common waste material in the world. Cigarette filters contain cellulose acetate. This is a type of plastic that takes at least a decade to degrade.