The mobility was to Middlesbrough in the UK from 6th to 12th March. We were in Priory Woods School, a specialized school for children with special needs.
Activity: Logo of our Project
Our technology and ITC teachers and students have designed a LOGO which competed with other partners. The chosen LOGO will represent our Project. The winner was chosen on 8th June. And here it is!
We will communicate along the course through e-twinning. This willl enable us to get to know each other´s cultures and lifestyles. Our fifteen and seventeen-year-old students will get in touch with pupils from all the countries which are part of our project: UK, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Lithuania, Italy and Spain.
Activity: School Field
In the mobility to UK, they taught us how to grow a field in our school, and how students could take care of it. When we arrive to our school, we will have to create one, as well, and we will be able to grow vegetables and flowers in our school.
Activity: a Scarecrow
And to complete our School Field, we built a scarecrow. We used recycled materials, but the final result was like if it was a new scarecrow, a very professional one.
Activity: Music Lab
We were very lucky as we could enjoy playing some instruments. The teachers at the Priory Woods School taught us how to play, and we were about to organise a concert. Maybe, next time ;)
Activity: Tea Time at their Students' Café
The students at the Priory Woods School run their own business: a café. So they invited us in the tea time to have some delicious food. And they showed us how hardworking they are. We enjoyed it so much!
Activities: Teachers in the meeting
Meanwhile, our teachers were in a meeting, revising the activities already done, and the one that are about to come. They are very hadworking as well.
Visit: Stadium in Middlesbrough
We visited the Football Stadium in Middlesbrough. Those who enjoy football were so amazed, and those who don’t had the opportunity to come close to the most practised and supported sport in UK.
We visited York, which is is a historic walled city at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss. The city has a rich heritage and has provided the backdrop to major political events in England throughout much of its two millennia of existence. The city offers a wealth of historic attractions and a variety of cultural and sporting activities making it a popular tourist destination for millions, and some of them were us. We enjoyed so much, walking along the cities and admiring the houses and the streets.