School Activities

  • During that  week, our Polish coordinator Elzbieta Karas and the staff welcomed us to start our second students mobility. Our students met different people from different cultures and shared many activities together.

    Among these , they first introduced each other to their school and culture thanks to presentations they had prepared at school. They visited historical and cultural places (in Wroclaw , Cracovia), attended local dances and musical shows performed by the Polish students in order to know more about their host partner culture.

    They attended English guided visits of museums and monuments, attended workshops and conferences on literature theme and joined mixed groups activities such as conferences, quizzes, language games, posters making on major writers.

    Namely the activities were:

    • cultural awareness is at the forefront: Cinderella opera performed in the Italian language,  the concert of the music group that produces melody with the use of various objects, the city center of Wroclaw, the largest city in western Poland, *the Adam Mickievicz Museum, which made significant contributions to the revival of Polish culture with the book Mr. Adios,
    • environmental literacy: Hydropolis ecological education center, The St. John Baptist cathedral, located in the cathedral island section of the city, built in 1272,
    • artistic literacy: Stary Ratusz old town hall built in 1300, Kiasz Castle, which has a magnificent natural environment, architectural significance and an important role in the history of Poland, Visits were made to the city of Krakow, which is famous for its cultural and historical beauties.

    Most of all, they finally rehearsed and performed the scenes which were written the year before as the main objective of the mobility, with the help of the French coordinator Mira Hamrit. They prepared the decor with recycled elements.