12 Ugra residents became winners of the all-Russian competitions 'Big school-break' and 'My project – to my country'
19 november 2020
Department of Public and External Relations of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra informs:
Governor of Ugra Natalia Komarova held an online meeting with the winners of the all-Russian competitions 'Big school-break' and 'My project – to my country'.
In 2020, all-Russian competition for schoolchildren 'Big school-break' was held for the first time. More than 1 million schoolchildren aged 14 to 17 from all regions of the country took part in it. 300 students of 9-10 grades won a cash prize of 200 thousand rubles, and 302 students of 11 grades won 1 million rubles each.
Main selection criterion was the availability of skills that will be useful to students in the modern world, including in communication and finding non-standard solutions.
Competition participants were tested for erudition, career guidance, intelligence, got access to educational programs and recommendations from leading experts-representatives of scientific, financial, educational spheres, art and sports.
113 Ugra students who successfully passed the selection tests took part in the competition.
In the finals, which took place in the Crimea-based international children's center Artek, Ugra was represented by 16 finalists, of which 10 became winners (8 winners received 1 million roubles each, 2 winners - 200 thousand rubles).
The final test program included work on projects to create a 'city of the future' in 6 areas: Education, Entrepreneurship, Art, Urbanism, Volunteering and Healthy lifestyle.
Congratulating the participants of the meeting on their victory, the Head of the Region recalled that Russian President Vladimir Putin called identification of talented youth leaders a national task.
'You were evaluated for your ability to find non - standard solutions in difficult situations, ability to communicate, to engage with your ideas,' Natalia Komarova said, 'Unique experience of teamwork that you had during the competitive tests of the 'Big school-break' will be in demand at home.'
Governor instructed the Department of Education and Youth Policy of Ugra to assess the prospects for implementing the projects of the winners of the 'Big school-break'.
Then the participants of the meeting presented their projects.
Elizaveta Gorlo, a student of the 11th grade of school No. 24 in Surgut, told about her project Teplo: 'Our city is not green enough, so I decided to use empty buildings, roofs, and other urban objects to create unusual green art spaces.'
'There are young people in Surgut who are developing this direction,' the Head of the Region noted, 'I will instruct adults to help overcome the difficulties that will arise within the commercial component.'
Student of the 11th grade of school No. 1 named after Yu. G. Sozonov in Khanty-Mansiysk, Anastasia Tikhon defended the project 'Palette of history', which introduces masterpieces of painting stored in the Tretyakov gallery. 'I chose the works of 4 artists who worked at the beginning of the last century, so that through these canvases one could understand the time and people who lived then.' Natalia Komarova suggested that the author of the project learn more about the funds of the Ugra Art gallery, which also presents works by artists of this period.
Angelina Fedorova, a student of the 11th grade of Kogalym school No. 7, told about her project 'Debut', in which she is going to develop theater and creative activities at her school. 'Children's theater studio has been established in the branch of the Maly theater in Kogalym,' the Head of the Region suggested that the author develop the project, 'It can be an experimental school-theater. It is important not to lose the resource of additional education.'
Aleksandra Maslova, a student of the 11th grade of school No. 6 in Pyt-Yakh, presented her idea: denim clothes for teenagers and young people with disabilities: 'There is a girl with disabilities in our school, I decided to sew clothes for her. My parents gave me money for this.' Governor recalled that during the recent creative week in Moscow, Ugra residents successfully presented a collection of clothing for people with disabilities and suggested that Aleksandra combine her efforts with this team.
Daria Loseva, a 10th grade student at school No. 5 in Nefteyugansk, told about her volunteer social project 'Let's say No to missing children', aimed at informing kindergarten and primary school students about behavior in dangerous life situations. 'Together with my younger brother, we created a video that we posted on social networks and show it in kindergartens,' she said. 'Prevention is the most important thing in ensuring safety,' Natalia Komarova supported her.
A student of the 11th grade of the school in Pionersky settlement of Sovetsky district Yulia Shchitova defended the project of a virtual tour of the map of the great Patriotic war 'Art of the Great Victory', which she offers to implement in her school at the lessons of world art culture, history, and in the museum.
Diana Ustinova, a student of the 11th grade of the Pyt-Yakh kindergarten school, shared her idea to create art spaces through the project R. O. S. T. (Tell us About your Creativity) in the building of the former entertainment center Metelitsa.
Nozanin Isomidinova, a student of the 11th grade of Langepas school No. 5, told about the project 'I am changing the world', aimed at preserving folk traditions, including clothing: 'My parents advised me to focus on the culture of the Khanty and Mansi peoples. I made a women's costume using Khanty folk ornaments.'
Dinara Kusnatdinova, a 9th grade student at school No. 3 in Khanty-Mansiysk, participated in the creation of educational project Perezagruzka, which will help make learning process using distance learning technologies interesting and exciting, increase motivation and provide conditions for an individual approach to each student. 'Using neural networks, a student can 'order' a lesson to a specific character,' she explained, 'For example, Philip Kirkorov will explain mathematical functions to a particular student, and Winnie the Pooh will explain verb conjugation.' 'I think this solution may be in demand,' the Governor appreciated the idea, 'In my time, students also were not interested in individual lessons. You can develop this topic.'
Aleksander Samsonov, a student of the 11th grade of school No. 4. in Pokachi presented the project 'City Park of open art Ugra-FUTURE': 'It is focused on planned art objects: nature conservation, family, homeland, Ugra'. The Head of the Region recalled that the city authorities are developing a project to create a comfortable urban environment: 'You can strengthen these two ideas by combining them in a single design solution.'
The meeting continued with conversation with the winners of the all-Russian competition 'My project – to my country'. This is the annual competition of the public chamber of the Russian Federation in the field of civic activity, in which Ugra is a leader for the third year in a row, including in terms of the number of applications for the competition. This year Ugra residents offered a record number of public initiatives: 258 applications for the competition 'My project – to my country'.
'Public chamber of the Russian Federation experts evaluated these projects in terms of their their social significance, innovation and, most importantly, the fact that they can be replicated in other conditions and on a different occasion,' Natalia Komarova said, 'The projects deserve recognition because each of them makes the world a better, kinder, and more meaningful place.'
Finals of 2020 includes 6 projects: this is the best result by number of Ugra people among finalists for all time of participation in it, 2 of them became winners. The winning projects received financial support of 200 thousand rubles each.
Aleksandra Nurieva from Surgut won the competition in the field of Ecology and environmental protection. Aleksandra is the Head of the Center for assistance to homeless animals of the public movement Give a paw, a member of the public chamber of Ugra. The main idea of her project Pereprava is to educate Ugra residents on the basics of responsible attitude to animals, creating a district resource center for volunteers and employees of animal protection organizations. The Governor noticed: 'There is a gap in working with stray animals: when they are returned to the street after treatment, vaccination, sterilization. It is necessary to study the problem in order to protect animals and ensure the safety of people, get involved in this.'
Yulia Trushkova from Khanty-Mansiysk won the competition in the field of Strengthening intercultural, interreligious and international dialogue. Yulia is the author of the project 'I have a friend of this nationality', which has been implemented on the Internet for the second year in the form of a flash mob. The project was supported by thousands of people. Sincere declarations of friendship were in demand.
'We are different, so we are strong, so we want to be friends,' Natalia Komarova agreed with the author of the project.