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MASTER newsletter Μay 2018
The mobility and hosting experience of the Greek
team during the project meeting in Spain.
Photo1 .Erasmus corner in the school
The second mobility of our Erasmus+ Master project with
5 pupils and 2 teachers from the 4th
gymnasium of Chania
took place from the 19th to the 25th
of May in Virgen del
Pasico School in Torre Pacheco, Murcia region.
Specifically, the pupils took part in all mobility activities
and had the chance to meet and work together in a
playful interaction within an international European team
of pupils from Spain, Denmark, Finland and Sweden. The
activities were very well organised by the Spanish hosting
school and included riddle solving, dancing, escape room,
common reflection on the way pupils collaborate and
much more. The outdoor activities included a meeting
with the Mayor of Torre Pacheco and a visit to the town of
Cartagena. Last but not least the pupils were hosted by
Spanish families so as to experience the Spanish way of
living that culminated in the last day’s fare well meeting
and common dinner at the beach “los Alcanzares” in the
presence of the teachers and parents involved in the
Photo 2. Collaborative
activities at the Spanish school
Pupils reports shed light on the most important experience
our pupils have had. Lets see them though!
My experience in a foreign country started with a lot of
anxiety about what i am going to meet there, it evolved
though into a life experience both for me and for the rest
of the Erasmus group. Through this experience, i saw so
many things i would not have seen if i had come simply as
a tourist. And these include the Spanish school, the
people of the country and more specifically the hosting
families and the Spanish pupils. I am proud of myself
because i managed to open up relatively quickly and to
feel like home despite the fact that we spoke different
languages and the puzzlement i felt in the beginning.
All people were very hospitable and friendly, welcoming us
with smiles and love. In the beginning i felt embarrassed
but progressively i adapted and had a great time. My best
moments were when we were meeting in groups in the
afternoons and we made fun of each other. I wish more
pupils could live this experience, because it is about
creating unforgettable memories. I think i was a friendly
and active guest and in September i expect from my
hosting mate to do a lot of things together, have fun and
not be on our mobile phones all the time, because what is
important is the present moment!
Photo3. It is also about having fun together...
My favourite things in this trip were meeting new people,
the places we visited and the food we tried. But mostly, all
the experience I got for travelling without my parents and
being independent (kind of) Speeding a lot time with the
kids, made a bond between us and memories we will
never forget. However, this trip has an end. If I could, I
would stay one more week, not for the country, but for
the friends I made. When they come to Greece I believe
we will have an unforgettable time.