My favourite experience was the tour of Valencia. On Thursday we all visited the city together. First off, all we met our tour guides at the main gate there we were divided into two groups. The guide then told us some important information about the gate and that there are two. Then we walked the
We began getting ready for this project at the beginning of this year, and even though the activity in fact hadn’t started yet, we were already learning new things mainly related to some European aspects, different perspectives... But it all got more real when we started talking to our exchange students. In my case, they
In March 2020, 36 students and 10 teachers from different countries traveled to Valentia to improve their English, create new content on human dignity, become more aware of ICT and work with different cultures. We watched the American drama movie Wonder, which we analyzed and made a film review about. In Spain we talked about
36 students and 10 teachers spent 5 days in one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, Spain, to improve our English vocabulary, learned new things about European values and make new possibly lifelong friends. Monday: It was the first day of school for us. The day was mostly used to get to know each
I chose to take part in an Erasmus+ project, and for some reason I still felt it being very scary and dangerous, and that there would be a lot of work to do. But I was completely wrong, so sit tight, relax, and get ready to read about my experience of my trip to Spain.
On the 1 March, 35 students and I went to L’Eliana near Valencia to take part in an Erasmus+ project called “May ICT be with you” ( which we actually call it GRIT for short). We lived with a Spanish family for 5 days and it was truly an amazing experience. We were 6 students
When I was first introduced to Erasmus +, I was sure to join. I had always dreamed of coming to Spain and experiencing their culture. There were only 6 students, who could come along, but I was keen on being one of them. We were asked to send an application to our teacher and then
The trip to L’Eliana/Valencia was downright fantastic. It was a place with not only a lot of great people but also an overall great experience that I’ll never forget. We were 36 students and 10 teachers from 5 different countries. Germany, Belgium, Estonia, Spain and of course Denmark. We spent 5 days in Spain to
For me the most impressive experience was the city and how different it is to Germany. Also the other school system, with the longer school day or the breaks. Another thing was the talk about gender equality or the internet safety. Is was also interesting to see how the Spanish people live compared to Germany.
When I heard about the Erasmus+ Program at school, I immediately knew that I had to sing up and dragged my friend to do it with me. In my last school I also took part in such an event and it was a great experience. I didn't regret going this time either. I made new