We are a high school from İzmir, Türkiye. İzmir is in the west of Türkiye. Our students are between 13-17. Our teachers are so eager and hardworking. We are interested in enviromental problems and nature. We have running a project with TEMA which is an institution dealing with enviromental problems. We are also involved in an ongoing accreditation project with Poland.

Our school has 767 students, 45 teachers and 19 classrooms. The school is in the centre of Torbalı. The transportation is easy for students. There is a bus stop and subway station near there .Our school is a high level secondary school. Our school’s foreign languages are English and German.

Our organisation has no experience on Erasmus projects but we wish to have new experiences and be involved in innovative teaching and learning procedures. Therefore, we believe that participating in the project will be rewarding for both our students and our teachers and it will be an opportunity to expand our horizons.


Serpil KIRAN
She was born in 1980. She was graduated from Çukurova University, ELT department in 2003. She is an English teacher in Torbalı Atatürk Anatolian High School. She has some studies about zero waste,and high school projects with TEMA which is a foundation about environmental issues.

She was born in 1985 in İzmir,Turkey. She is from İzmir, Turkey .She was graduated from Selcuk University, English Language and Literature department in 2007. She has been working as an English teacher for 16 years. She is working as an English teacher in Torbalı Atatürk Anatolian High School since 2012. She is running Erasmus projects at school. She is interested in foreign cultures.

She was born in 1986. She was graduated from Pamukkale University Psychological Counseling and Guidance Department in 2008. She has been working as a school counselor for 15 years. She is also currently a graduate student. She loves nature and animals. She carried out TEMA (which is a foundation about environmental issues) projects at school together with Serpil. She also took part in a Comenius Program in previous years.

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