Today the Spanish students who will be participating in the activities in Bulgaria from 19th to 25th November 2017 have already been learning about the country and its customs thanks to Antonia, a Bulgarian lady who has lived in Ibiza for 16 years. Antonia accepted to come and share her knowledge and experiences with the travelling students, their families and teachers. Thank you, Antonia! It has been a pleasure. 🙂
Back in Ibiza, Spanish teachers shared their impressions, experiences and acquired knowledge during the second LTT activity, which took place in Poland, with other teachers.
This is the link to the Spanish ecological poem, titled “Mare Nostrum”. In Sucha Beskidzka, our students will read it and explain its meaning.
The Spanish students that travelled to Keckskémet transfered their acquired knowledge to others (families and students). Meanwhile, travelling teachers showed their experience to the rest of the staff. Thank you, keckskémet team!
Students also edited a difussion video for Spanish families and students showing different activities in the Hungarian programme. Here you have the link.
A few weeks ago journalist and vocal coach Brigitte Bobet gave our E+ Spanish students a two-hour vocal masterclass, in which they learnt new tricks and skills to improve their approach to speaking in front of a microphone or in public.
While we were celebrating the first transnational meeting in Ibiza, different media turned up in IES Sant Agustí in order to cover the news.
IES Sant Agustí was the chosen setting for the first transnational meeting, which took place from 6th to 10th of November 2016. This was the first in a series of gatherings to be held among the five partners (Spain, Portugal, Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary). Although the key persons involved had had online contact for months, a first transnational meeting was necessary in order to have a first face-to-face contact, and organise the first year of the project. Two members of each guest country along with eight members of the host country participated in the kick-off meeting in Ibiza. Continue reading
This video was recorded by Spanish Erasmus+ students. They wanted to show their school and town.