Friday, 4 April 2014

Spain 2013 - nice memories

4 th April Friday 2014

Our school takes part in international project Comenius.This project lasts two school years and we have partners from Europe. This project include -Spain, Italy, Great Britian, Romania, Turkey, Germany and Poland. I am a coordinator so last year my students and me were in Spain. Our partner school is located in Iznalloz ( a small city next to Granada).  My students stayed with Spanish families and we teachers from seven countries in Granada ( Hotel Posada del Toro - it's a great hotel and staff is very friendly). English was official language of the project but we also use German. We spent a great time there. We have visited Granada,Malaga and Almeria the biggest desert in Europe. The main aim of this project is an European integration and each school gives a grant from European Union to do it.
Iznalloz -school -playground


 A nice town - Iznalloz

Lunch in Granada -students from different countries have had a great time together

The Tangerine tree my favourite


Malaga 

Almeria - the biggest desert in Europe.




Goodbye Spain - I hope so I will come back one day.

The next meeting in our project will be in May in Germany, later Poland and England.

We all had a great time but "East or West home the best"

6 comments:

  1. What a wonderful opportunity for the students to meet others from around the world.

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    1. Yes i';s a great opportunity for them.

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  2. Students learn so much from traveling abroad, especially with an opportunity to stay with local families. Your students are fortunate. Where does the money come from? Their families?

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    1. Money come from European Union . It is a grant you must apply for it. It is not easy to get it but I have applied we got it. Students need only slome pocket money and small gifts are suggested for hosting families so it is a treat for them.

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  3. What a wonderful opportunity. I have still never been to Granada or Almeria. I'm especially anxious to visit Granada. So many Spaniards have told me it's their favorite city in all of Spain.

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