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Future-forming thinking – local support

Bosch the multi-generation care expert

  • New school year starts in Hatvan
  • 6 Bosch classes teaching 137 children
  • School theme day attended by 500 students and parents
  • A Bosch citizen for Hatvan’s citizens
Future-forming thinking – local support

Hatvan – The sixth “Bosch school year” has got off to a start in the Szent István Primary School in Hatvan. Bosch’s support for the school began 6 years ago, and the 21 beginners in the new class bring the number of students in the 6 Bosch classes to 137. Once again, the new classroom renovated with joint funding was opened with a novel, inspiring theme day. The opening was attended by Horváth Richárd, Mayor of Hatvan, Julianna Szabó Molnár, the Financial Deputy Director of the Hatvan District Educational Center, and Wolfgang Stein, Commercial Plant Manager of Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. of Hatvan.

Another 5-million-forint classroom refit
The Bosch plant in Hatvan and the city council jointly funded the renovation of the 53 square-meter classroom at a cost of more than 5 million forints. The technical renovation included painting, a new floor, a new electrical system and new toilets. The 2.5 million HUF contribution from Bosch met the cost of new classroom furniture, the usual blackboard and notice board, and an advanced interactive touch-screen board. Wolfgang Stein, Commercial Plant Manager of Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. of Hatvan, said, “Our cooperation with Hatvan council goes back many years and covers several areas. It proves that Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. of Hatvan is not only of great economic importance to the city, it is an integral part of its cultural and educational life. We are proud to see the 6. Bosch class starting in the Szent István Primary School.”

Passion, communication, courage, connection, focus
These were the key words of the theme day that livened up the school opening ceremony for students and parents. The theme of this year’s opening day was “Vollgas”, the name the Hatvan plant gives to its cultural change programme. The slogans of this change programme – passion, communication, courage, connection and focus – were brought to life at fun interactive stations. “It is important for Bosch to hand on its broad-based competencies to the youngest generation. Today’s thematic programme is designed to encourage learning and to draw attention to values that in addition to being important for Bosch, are essential in everyday life, and of course on the job market,” said Mr Stein.

Bosch citizen's commitment to Hatvan and its people
Gábor Tárai, a former employee of the Bosch plant in Hatvan, received a special Mayor's award at a ceremonial council meeting at the end of September in Hatvan. He was chosen for the award in recognition of activity that has assisted the city's development, cooperation with the region and education in the city over the last seven years.

Tags: Bosch, Hatvan, school, knowledge, future, generation, support, award

dr. Ferenc Ficzere
phone: +36 1 879-8852