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EVE VUNK KADRINA 2009. School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Kadrina commune Hobby education and youth work in Estonia. THE CENTRE OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES EU LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME COMENIUS Presentation GIVEN in Malta
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The number of population: 5 386.
The density of population: 16,2 persons per km².
2 418 inhabitants live in the small town of Kadrina and 2968 inhabitants live in the rural area.The manager of municipal hobby school is Kadrina commune government
Of this amount the expenses are following:
1 574 000 (100 597 EUR – 2009)Expenses of the Commune Budget
The School of Fine Arts of Kadrina is an educational establishment operating in the area of youth work which creates an opportunity for the acquisition of
musical and art hobby education and prepares students for professional music and art education;
gives schooling of hobby activities in the field of music, art and folk dance in general cultural classes.Objectives of theSchool of Fine Arts
Head of Kadrina commune council Ain Suurkaev
Kadrina Commune government
Head of Kadrina commune Aivar Lankei
Headmistress of School of Fine Arts of Kadrina Eve Vunk
Teachers’ council (14 members) Board of trustees (5 members)
The school is a member of
Association of the Music Schools of Estonia
Estonian Information System for Education
Representative of both organisation of Kadrina commune is Eve VunkOrganisation chart
Classes with free curricula(1-7 years)
A general cultural classes (music, art, folk dance groups). (1-12 years)Levels of the hobby school
Estonian folk dance group
Predictions for the next years:
Fertility in Kadrina commune
Learning at the hobby school takes place during the time when the student is free from study at other educational establishments.
The school has partnership schools in Helsinki, Mikkeli, Hämeenlinna and Turenki in Finland, Mora in Sweden, Trøgstad in Norway. Our students have introduced Estonian folk art in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal (Figuera De Fos), Italy (Messina/Sicily) and Hungary.
The students of our school have participated in all of seven international culture festivals since 1997 in Kadrina (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009), with the main emphasis on folk music, choir music or classical music.
Comenius programme Miles of Smiles 2006-2009 with
Kindergarten Vesiroos, Tallinn, Estonia;
Ascoli-Piceno Centro Direzione Didattica, Ascoli Piceno, Italy;
Our Lady of Peace Primary School Belfast, Northern Ireland.Our friends
Youth work is the creation of conditions for young people for activities which facilitate their development and enable them to be active
outside their families,
formal education and
work on the basis of their free will.Youth affairs
Hobby education is any activity involving young people for facilitating versatiledevelopment of their personality on the basis of a national or institutional curriculum.Hobby education
84 music schools and schools of fine arts are members of the Association of the Music Schools of EstoniaHowmanyhobbyschoolsthere are in Estonia?