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Hétfő Kedd Szerda Csütörtök Péntek
9 – 9.45 önálló / átálló
önálló / átálló
önálló / átálló
Kata elmenős 10. évf.-ig (11-12. évfolyamnak nem kötelező)
9.45 – 10.00 szünet
10.00 – 11.00 angol Csizi matek/öko Kata – Vica
öko /matek Kata – Vica
angol/matek Csizi – Vica matek/angol Csizi – Vica angol/matek Csizi- Vica matek/angol Csizi – Vica
11.00 – 11. 15 szünet
11.15 – 12.00 szoc – Kata tört / művtöri Kata – Csizi irodalom-nyelvtan
Vica – Kata
Tehetséggondozás: Kata – Vica
Ebédszünet + kimenő
12.30 – 13.00 választható angol éretts. előkészítő választható magyar érettségi előkészítő választható érettségi matek előkészítő választható érettségi technikai előkészítő
órák között szünet
13.15 – 14.00 önálló–Csizi/ Kata
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata: önálló
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata önálló
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata önálló
kreatív foglalk.
14.15 – 16.00 önálló–Csizi/ Kata
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata: önálló
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata önálló
kreatív foglalk.
Csizi / Kata önálló
kreatív foglalk.


yellow: in their private classes, student concentrate on thir on-going work or on a project of current significance. In such instances, studying is facilitated through the assistance of a mentor.

red: obligatory classes in English, Mathematics and Subject-specific skill development. Similarly to traditional school programs, English and Mathematics are taken as obligatory classes because they recquire cosntant attending to. Regarding other subjects, this time frame is used to develop subject-specific learning skills.

green: Green – elective subjects. Three types of classes are provided in the afternoon hours. A student may arrange an independent period, assign for an exam preparation class at one of our teachers, or choose from a list of creative classes previously defined by our students and teachers together at the beginning of each academic quarter.

Talent program and resolution of conflict

We consider both of these areas so importnat that we dedicate indioursvidual h for them in our class shedule. Social skills classes may provide the space for resolving conflicts. Talent classes serve the development of an individually chosen theme and its presentation in May.

There was a small group of our students who considered the lunch break too long and asked we utilized the time intelligently, which meant final exam preparation classes in their view. This is the way the latter acquired a place in our schedule.

Further detalils:

Independent period

These periods serve to enable students to choose their own tasks. Primarily, these classes are devoted to studying, but upon mutual agreement other engagements are possible as well: reading, watching a movie, creative pursuits. The work is assisted by a mentor, who gives mental health and learning methodology support.

Final exam preparation

Skill development

Such themes are focused on which require skills that are built up slowly until the final exams. For example, regarding map reading skills and source analysis, each student each student is assigned an exercise appropriate to one’s age during history class. Ecology classes are built around systems thinking, one of the most important common attribute of the natural sciences. In literature class, students become familiar with the basics of writing an essay.


Creative classes

The list of creative classes has been partially devised according the the wishes of our students in each academic cycle (approximately six weeks). In the 2015/2016 academic year the following classes have been offered: Comic Book Making, Tea Gourmet Club, Information Technology, Photography, Mathematics, Mathematics Homework Writing, Spanish, Looking Beyond Taboos, “Disboogeying”, Movie Afternoon, “Movie Making, History of Music, Harry Potter, Board Games from a Different Perspective, Experiments, Relaxation Techniques, “Roller”, Linguistic Games. Students could freely choose from this list. During one academic cycle three-four classes could be attended, anything that was chosen by at least three students. It is interesting to note that as part of the high school service credit sysem, we have arranged for some high school students who offered to help out our own. It was a nice experiment for peer-assisted learning (many considered it great) and the thought of mixed-age learning (which we support to a great extent)!


“Out to Learn” Programs

AFriday programs are obligatory up until grade 10. Students in grades 11-12 are welcome, but for them participation is optional. On these days we go on a sightseeing tour in Budapest. We ascend up the hills or descend to the foundations of a bridge to talk to the bridge master, to have a look at interesting things relevant to subject material or to our perspective. This is the time dedicated to our common pursuits in sports as well as our visits to the chemistry laboratory of Trefort School. We try to take into consideration the various needs expressed and the different fields of learning. Activities are listed at the bottom of the page using categories of the Gardner Multiple Intelligence Model.


For the acquisition of knowledfe, we rely on the help of computer based learning and the internet web as well. Those student whose learning style fits the computer better will be assigned tasks on an e-learning platform. Study material may be sent via e-mail, moreover, we utilize educational opportunites allowed by the Moodle Educational Platform.

Holidays, 5X
Dog shelter
Cave dwellings
Budapest Methodological Centre of Social Policy and Its Institutions (BMSZKI)
Gingerbread baking
Invisible Exhibition

Geographical Museum
Foucault’s Pendulum
Zoo, 4x
Electronic Museum
HUHA, 2x
World Problems
ELTE University Chemistry
Encyclic of Pápa
Trefort School, 2x
No pack

Inside out
Invisible Exhibition
Magician show
Resolution of conflicts in “Out to Learn” programs
ELTE experiments in behavioural science

Csontváry, the painter
Shortcut Exhibition
Gregor Gál, sculptor (bronze)

Ice skating, 3X
Bowling, table soccer
Indoor climbing, 2X
Street workout

Sightseeing trips
Szentendre, Vác
Budapest Methodological Centre of Social Policy and Its Institutions (BMSZKI)
Presentation on the Functions of Money