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Scoala nr.114 "Principesa Margareta"

School nr. 114’Principesa Margareta’ is situated in the semi-central area of Bucharest, Romania. The school population varies from very rich to very poor pupils coming from either wealthy families or from socio and economic disadvantaged ones. The school has to find solutions to create a balance between them, to give them equal chances to education. The school has developed different projects along the years in order to develop the pupils’ abilities, to increase their self confidence.

Our school has developed European projects and wants to use the gained experience. The work in this project will help pupils and teachers improve their understanding of European cooperation. They will become aware of their past, the way our people was born. The travel of other people (the Romans) led to the birth of our nation and language. The Romans brought along not only their language but also their customs and traditions. There are also many Romanians who travelled from Romania to other countries and managed to change opinions, to bring their contribution to the European and world heritage. It is important for Romanian students to know the work of famous “travelers” such as Constantin Brancus, Henri Coanda, Mircea Eliade, Herta Muller, Angela Gheorghiu. Through this project they will learn something about themselves and let others know about their nation and culture.

The project will develop an active European citizenship based on intercultural dialogue and on understanding, respect and tolerance for other cultures.

School name: Scoala nr.114 "Principesa Margareta"
Address: Pandele Rosca Street No.2-4, district 5

50218 Bucharest


Telephone: 0040213351405
Headmaster/Headmistress: Ms Daniela Turcsanyi-Manolescu
School coordinator: Ms Daniela Turcsanyi-Manolescu


The Comenius programme focuses on the first phase of education, from pre-school and primary to secondary schools. It is relevant for all members of the education community: pupils, teachers, local authorities, parents’ associations, non-government organisations, teacher training institutes, universities and all other educational staff.