Mobility in Poland
Next week, from 14 th to 16 th of December our first mobility in Poland will take place. The project “Communication and culture” gives 22 foreign students and 12 teachers an opportunity to visit Poland.
Sunday 13 th December is the day of their arrival. It’s really important day for everyone. Meeting new people is great fun. On Monday 14 th December at 8:50 each participant of the program has to be at Polish school, where will see a welcome presentation. After that there will be an international volleyball match and lunch. The best thing on this day is The Prehistoric Fashion Show, will be done afternoon. Besides the international students will have opportunity to join Polish students during their classes. Our school day will finishes at 15:30, so at about 16:00 students will go back to their homes.
Next day, 15 th December is amazing because of the chance to explore The Royal Castle and Tin – Roofed Palace. Then a very interesting historical lesson will take place too. At midday a walk through Krakowskie Przedmieście street will be organized and after that the group will visit the Polish Academy of Science in Staszic Palace. The students of Erasmus+ project can listen to some lecture there. After that students will have lunch and afterwords they will have their free time.
On Wednesday 16 th December the Erasmus+ group is planning to visit The University of Warsaw where we will listen to a lecture “The impact of Lengua Franca, Esperanto and Latin on the development of foreign languages”. After that students will go to the Museum of Sport and Tourism. At the end of this day there will be an opportunity to watch Polish native play at school.
The main attraction on Thursday 17 th December is a meeting with the Mayor of Białołęka district and a visiting a Polish newspaper “Polityka”. Then a lot of impressions will be provided during a visit in Copernicus Center.
Friday 18 th December is the last day of mobility, next day everyone will be on their planes. To make this day special Erasmus+ group is going to visit the most popular palace in Warsaw: Baths Palace and The National Stadium with its viewing terrace.
That week has to be special and unforgettable for everyone of us.