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In de Romeinse tijd ging het er heel anders aan toe op school. Wil je meer zien? Kijk dan op http://go.ntr.nl/welkom
op de muziek van 'Alice in Wonderland' van K3
Een bijna negen minuten durende film over het leven van elke dag op onze school. Zo kunt u zich een idee vormen over hoe het er bij ons aan toe gaat.
Deze video geeft een sfeerimpressie van onze school.
WELKOM IN HET KINDCENTRUM!
leerlingen maken video's tijdens de lessen.
Van de Kindermusical Kleurenpaleis van de Vrije Basisschool Rooierheide te Diepenbeek.
Korte rondleiding door onze afdeling van de school
9 van de 10 kinderen met een handicap zijn niet welkom op school. En dat, terwijl ook deze kinderen dolgraag naar school willen, maar niet kunnen, niet mogen of niet durven. Wij trekken aan de bel en zeggen: alle kinderen welkom op school, óók kinderen met een handicap. Vindt u dat ook? Teken dan het manifest op www.welcometoschool.org
Cambreur college je bent welkom
NOT school tv programma uit de jaren '90. 1 aflevering.
Een promotiefilm, gemaakt door de kinderen van groep 3, 4 en 5 van 'De Oceaan'!
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