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Around the world in half a day

Special World game opens the seventh Bosch class in Hatvan

  • Students in Bosch classes now number 167
  • Substantial sponsorship in school year 2019/2020 as well
  • Multi-generation care
Around the world in half a day

Hatvan – In a colourful world village set up for the day, the Szent István Primary School in Hatvan celebrated the start of the school year with games exemplifying cultural diversity and cooperation. The event marked the launch of the seventh new Bosch class sponsored by Robert Bosch Elektronika Kft. of Hatvan, this year with nineteen first-graders.

The Bosch plant in Hatvan has bought furniture (desks and chairs for teacher and children and cabinets) and other teaching aids (wall board, cork board and interactive whiteboard) for the new class in the value of over three million forints. The children already occupied the newest classroom, and they bring the total number of children in the seven Bosch classes now running in the Szent István Primary School to 167. Wolfgang Stein, commercial plant manager of the Bosch plant in Hatvan, said, “For Bosch to carry out its corporate activities, its associates must have a secure family and social environment, and we place great importance on creating and improving this. The Bosch management considers it natural to help their colleagues through the provision of family-centred school provision and services that satisfy every demand.”

Football, the aroma of cinnamon, African dance, ancient Japanese game
At this year’s theme day, the organisers translated the ideas of globalisation, cultural diversity and cooperation into the language of games. In an interactive world game, the children discovered different parts of the world, and travelled around the Earth in half a day. “Through playing together today, they have experienced the traditions and cultural habits of various nations and countries of the world. We have conveyed the fact that as a global company, Bosch appreciates the importance of diversity and the ways of cooperation within that diversity,” said Mr Stein.

Multi-generation care, local support
As part of its corporate social responsibility, the Hatvan plant seeks to cooperate with institutions, charitable foundations and NGOs that improve the lives of local people in various target groups and has undertaken to support them several times a year. In addition to setting up of kindergarten groups, Bosch has implemented a new form of care for its associates in Hatvan by launching school classes. The first Bosch class started in the Szent István Primary School in Hatvan in 2013/2014 with 21 children. Bosch provides the children in these classes with teacher supervision between 6 and 8 am and 4 and 8 pm, and upon request, also provides German language courses, swimming, horseback-riding, music and dance teaching and regular outings.

Tags: Hatvan, multi-generation care, local support,diversity, cooperation

Dóra Domokos
phone: +36 1 879-8928