Olga Gudynn School
The school magazine
The Bridge School Magazine is a quarterly magazine published and edited together with students, teachers, and parents at Olga Gudynn Int’l School, distributed free of charge in 5,000 copies.
Initially it was a small project – a magazine printed by the students of Olga Gudynn School just for them and their parents. In just two years, Jelly Magazine has grown considerably, becoming a big project, thanks to the friends of our students who told us how much they would like to receive a copy.
From a number of only 12 pages and a print run of 80 copies, in 2013, we reached 110 pages and a print run of 10,000 copies.
In June 2011, Jelly Magazine was revamped, taking into account children’s proposals and renamed, today called “The Bridge School Magazine”.
Why The Bridge
We chose this name because the bridge symbolizes the close connection between the members of the OGIS community: children, teachers, and parents, as well as members of other cultural, educational, ecological, and charitable communities. The Bridge School Magazine aims to be a bridge between generations and between people who share the same values.
How can you support The Bridge School Magazine project?
Through sponsorships and partnerships with the Olga Gudynn Foundation for the printing of the magazine and for supporting the proposed objectives, namely the organization of educational, entrepreneurial, charitable, and ecological projects for children.
We believe that education is the key to change and we want the information we offer to reach a wider audience, which is why the magazine is distributed free to our target audience and is printed in a print run of 10,000 copies.
The distribution points are: Sanador Clinics and Hospital, Olga Gudynn Nursery and School, Verona Bookstores, Băneasa Mall, Pipera Strip Mall, and Kiddo Play Academy.
The Bridge School Magazine is the ideal magazine for any family, offering both articles for and about children, scientific information, recommendations provided by education experts, articles written by students, topics of interest, games and contests for children of all ages between 3 and 15 years of age.
We thank our faithful children, parents, teachers, partners, sponsors, and readers who made this project possible!