Our third meeting took place in Bagà (Spain) between 6th and 12th March.
It has been a special occasion to know and appreciate all different ways of life once again. We would like to underline the importance of the following aspects of Spanish and Catalan culture that we had the precious opportunity to know:
1)We visited the school in Bagà, so this gave us another point of view on the public school organisation;
2)the Spanish students showed us some typical Catalan dances and traditions that can only enrich our knowledge and our own culture;
3)all the teachers in Bagà made us visit several typical places ( important parks, ancient villages, beautiful mountains and important works by Gaudì and a museum dedicated to Picasso). The Catalan people has been really kind, friendly and extremely generous.
Our meeting also fostered friendship among different people both for the students and for the teachers. In fact our collaboration with the Spanish, the Romanian, the Estonian, the Lithuanian, the German, the Turkish and the Polish groups has been really great for many aspects.
Our students have been really thrilled and happy to make some new friends and they will never forget this important experience in all their lives. We think that the most important thing for our students was the fact of meeting some students coming from cultures they didn’t know anything about: this will surely enrich their mind with knowledge and make them good citizens in the future.
Irene, Roberta, Marco, Matteo, Claudia and Anastasia remember the wonderful trip to Spain
Our trip to Spain? A special trip!
We met a lot of people. They were very friendly and we learned to appreciate each other.
We visited a lot of monuments as “The Sagrada Familia”, an important Gaudì’s masterpiece.
We went to the biggest stadium of Europe. But the most important thing was that we met a lot of friends.
The nations with wich we tied were Poland, Romania and Estonia. We found that people from these countries are very funny.
It was a unique experience and we would do it a thousand times.