Meeting in Spain (30 September – 4 October 2013 )

Comenius project in Spain

From Monday 30th September to Friday 4th October, the Comenius students from France, Germany and Sweden came to Spain to celebrate the third meeting of our project Networks Uniting Europe, the aim of this project is finding links among countries who take part in the project. At 13:30, arrived the German group. Two hours later, the French ones were received in Barcelona. At night, Swedish people came.

On Tuesday morning, all pupils started working on different topics: literature, media, sports, education and nature. We also started practicing the flashmob. In the afternoon, we decided to visit Badalona’s beach and we did a sightseeing tour along the beach. Everybody was really excited, because these countries are not use to go to the beach as we do in Badalona. When the school activity finished, all the students together spent all the afternoon in the beach.
On Wednesday we went to Barcelona. In the morning, we visited Sagrada Família, an Antoni Gaudi’s building and then we visited Park Güell. We spent some hours there and we also had lunch, a picnic provided by our families. Finally, we got on the underground to go to Les Rambles and everybody had free time. That way, everybody could go wherever they wanted to go.
On Thursday, the last full day in Spain, we finished the work we were doing on Tuesday dealing with different topics. Afterwards we went all together to the school’s auditorium to perform the flashmb. After the break, we decided to do a photo rally around Badalona about the topics we were working on. At half past eight, we did a share dinner. The school families brought some food. Everything was really tasty and our guest students enjoyed it. Finally we dance our flashmob, a nice way to finish the event.
Finally, on Friday we said goodbye to the German, French and Swedish people and we concluded the Comenius project in Spain with a lot of hugs, kisses and above all tears. We enjoyed it so much! We want to say to all the students, teachers and families:

Mario Díez and Alejandro de la Rosa

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