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Activities in Barcelona

posted Jul 19, 2017, 2:43 AM by MONTSERRAT ROQUET PUGES   [ updated Jul 20, 2017, 6:52 AM ]


Our empathy walk with the Erasmus t-shirts in the hills of Barcelona.

And here you have the rest of the pictures:

Visit to Barcelona

posted Jul 19, 2017, 2:30 AM by MONTSERRAT ROQUET PUGES   [ updated Jul 20, 2017, 6:01 AM ]

We already enjoyed the visit of all the participating schools to Barcelona, and it was a really nice experience. First of all, here you have the programm of the visit:

31 May (Wednesday):

arrival of the participants


1 June ( Thursday): in the school

10:00 arrival to the school Joan Miró.

10:00-10.30h knowing each other: name games, team building games

10:30 Conference and workshop: What is it to be intellectually disabled?

( two members of Dincat, the Catalan Association for the intellectually disabled, will come to our school to speak with students and share their experiences.

12:30 visit to Cornellà castle, where the mayor of the city will receive us and tell us the story of our city. Lunch there

14:00 guided tour in Barcelona by bus (till 17:00h), ending with a visit to Parc Güell. We will stop at several places, among them Sagrada Família, to take pictures.


2 June (Friday): in the school

10:00 meeting at the school Joan Miró

10:30—13:30 Sports ( Table Tennis, Padel, Football, Basketball), Music, Board Games and Arts and Crafts with students from the special education school “Virolai” from our city. All the students will take turns to participate in all the activities. We will get the Erasmus+ t-shirts and the art activity will be to paint letters in them to create the slogan.

13:30—14:30: typical “ fideuà” lunch in the school, cooked in a giant “Paella” by our cook Anna

14.30h- 15.30h: our students will speak about their experience as volunteers in the school of special education “Virolai”.


3 June (Saturday): in Sitges ( a city by the sea

10:00 We meet at Cornellà train station ( next to the Cornellà centre tram stop) and we go together to Sitges .

11.00h: guided tour around the beautiful modernist houses of Sitges. Sitges used to be a fishermen´s village and then a meeting point for modernist artists. Now it is a very touristic city with lots of old buildings, you will love it!

12:30h-17.00h : Lunch and free time at the beach.


4 June (Sunday): in the city

 10:00 meeting in Plaça Catalunya in the city centre. Group picture with the t-shirts in Plaça Catalunya. Treasure hunt in groups in the centre of Barcelona, so that students get to know the most important places.

12.00h: Free time for lunch and shopping

14:00 Visit to the Barça football club stadium and museum

5 June ( Monday): in the city

  10:00h Empathy walk in the hills of Barcelona. Students and teachers will wear the Erasmus t-shirts. We will meet in Francesc Macià square, which is the last stop of the tram.

13.00h-14.00h: Lunch in the picnic area

14.00h: free time. We can walk together to Hotel Lami, it is a relatively short walk downhill

  • 19.00h international evening at hotel Lami

6 June (Tuesday)

free time / departure of the participants

Budapest!

posted Mar 24, 2017, 10:16 AM by MONTSERRAT ROQUET PUGES   [ updated Jul 20, 2017, 4:19 AM ]

Our trip to Budapest was amazing. Thanks to our lovely Hungarian hosts, we had the opportunity of enjoying this interesting and fascinating city, meeting lots of new students and teachers and above all, sharing wonderful experiences.

The games students played together and their shared meals contributed to creating a nice atmosphere from the very beginning. The guided tours around the city and the trip to Normafa with its amazing views was worth every minute.

The two days we worked together in the Waldorf School made a difference in our perspective of what it feels like to be visually impaired. The Invisible Exhibition contributed even more to this feeling. And last but not least, the international evening helped us learn from each other. We will miss you all, see you in Barcelona!


Here you have the rest of the pictures.




 

Activities in Budapest

posted Mar 4, 2017, 3:35 AM by MONTSERRAT ROQUET PUGES

Only three days until the visit to Budapest!

Everyone, both students and teachers, are really looking forward to meeting the rest of the groups, getting to know each other and enjoying a wonderful experience in Budapest. It will be incredible!
 
Here you have the programm of the visit:


6-7 March (Mon-Tue):
• arrival of the participants

8 March (Wed): in the school
• 10:00 arrival to the school KIWI (Kispest Waldorf School)
• 10:30 starting game
• 11:15 introducing of the event and the programs
• 11:30 knowing each other: name games, team building games
• 12:30 lunch in the school // dark room (parallel)
• 14:00 guided tour in the city by bus (till 17:00)

9 March (Thu): in the city

• 10:30 meeting at the Invisible Exhibition
• 11:00—13:00 Invisible Exhibition (www.lathatatlan.hu/en/)
• 13:00—13:30 lunch in the city
• 14:00—16:00 guided walking tour in the Buda Castle
• 17:00 international evening at the main hostel together

10 March (Fri): in the school, together with students from the “Institute for the Blinds”

• 10:00 starting the day at the school
• 10:30 Goalball tournament
• 12:00 lunch in the school
• 12:30—14:00 rhythm and music session

11 March (Sat): on the hills

• 10:00 meeting at “Széll Kálmán tér” (underground station at Buda),
then travelling up to Normafa (top of Buda) by public transport
• 10:45 warming up games
• 11:00—12:00 blindfolded game in the forest
• 12:00 short walk (30 min) to the lookout tower
• 13:30 travelling down by chairlift “Libegő” (in good weather condition)

12 March (Sun): in the city

• 10:00 meeting at Eleven Park (elevenpark.com)
or CsoPa Science Center (www.csopa.hu/en)
• 10:00—10:30 discussing the week together with the students
then: 10:30—12:00
• for teachers: discussion of the week & future plans
• for the students: free time enjoying inside EP / CsoPa

13-14 March (Mon-Tue):

• free time / departure of the participants

First teacher´s meeting in Amsterdam

posted Jan 8, 2017, 4:09 AM by MONTSERRAT ROQUET PUGES   [ updated Jul 20, 2017, 6:38 AM ]


Our first common meeting was very interesting! We met all the participants in the project for the first time, the atmosphere was very nice and we got on really well with each other. Many things had to be agreed and the dates for the different trips were planned. Apart from that, we had some time to visit Amsterdam and we also visited the Dutch school that will participate in the project, CSG Buitenveldert.





All the teachers in front of the Dutch secondary school


 

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