Wednesday, 14 June 2017


Today we met at school and our last workshop started with a quiz about our meetings in all countries taking part in this project. After a short coffee break the cultural show began. We learned how to dance Polka in the Czech Republic, how to sing an Austrian yodeler and how our Catalan friends celebrate and dance. It was a lot of fun. After handing over of certificates we had our last lunch together. Our time together is over now. Thank you for everything. It was a pleasure for us being part of such an unique ERASMUS+ project ...

Tuesday, 13 June 2017


On Tuesday Marketa and her team organised an excursion to the innovative company Kiekert in Přelouč. This company produces door latches for all important car producers in the world. After lunch we made a sightseeing tour in Kutná Hora. The Kutná Hora historical town center with the impressive Church of St. Barbara is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. This ancient silver mining town is also known for the "Bone Church". This Church contains the bones of about 40 000 people died of the plague. This unique place is not celebrating death, but it symbolizes the equality of people. Although all teams from 5 different European countries participating in this programme have their own history and culture, we beame one and we are equal. Thank you to the Czech Team for organising this wonderful trip.

Monday, 12 June 2017


On Monday morning all participants met in school and showed their presentations and Videos about our wonderful time drin this ERASMUS project.  All of us aggreed that it was a great experience for the students and the teachers as well. In the afternoon the teachers started working on the final report. Our students were invited to a sightseeing trip through Pardubice.

Sunday, 11 June 2017


The first day of our last ERASMUS+ meeting ... Pardubice, we are coming! 👍

Friday, 7 April 2017

ERASMUS-MEETING in Tortosa: Day 6

On our last day in Tortosa in the morning the teachers had to plan the last mobility in Pardubice and the students were asked to give feedback about the whole week. Afterwards we were invited to a talent show of the members of the Institute de l'Ebre which traditionally takes place on the last day before Semana Santa. Our new friends took us to the bus station and we had to leave Tortosa for this time. Thank you so much for this wonderful and very interesting week. The Catalan team did more than a great job!

The Austrians could enjoy the Spanish way of life for one more day because they had the opportunity to stay one night in Barcelona. We finished our ERASMUS-week with a nice walk in the Park Güell! Ha sido una maravilla y una experiencia inolvidable. Gracies per tot!

Thursday, 6 April 2017

ERASMUS-MEETING in Tortosa: Day 5
On thursday moring we got invited to the Universitiy of Tortosa where a teacher and her student of the Marketing Department showed us how they teach and we discussed about marketing strategies using case study methods. They gave us one advice: "Change your plans, but not your goals!" After this lesson the responsible director of Campus Terres de l'Ebre guided us through his modern institution. Our second highlight of this day was a trip to the famous Delta de l'Ebre. In this nature resort we learnt about growing rice and gaining salt. After watching birds (eg. flamingos) and other local animals we were able to navigate old ponts (kind of boats). To make the day perfect the team Tortosa brought us to the beach where we had lunch, time for sport and siesta. Some tough guys from Sweden and Austria took a bath in the Mediterranean Sea. Back in Tortosa the teachers prepared themselves for the last dinner and the students were looking forward to celebrating their farewell party.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

ERASMUS-MEETING in Tortosa: Day 4

Today we had to get up early to catch the bus to the great city Barcelona which is approximately 200 km northern of Tortosa. At first we had the chance to see some buildings like the University and Les Arenes formally used as bull ring. Nowadays it is a shopping center. We also passed through Passeig de Gràcia and ended on the Plaza Catalunya. The Catalan team had organised a guided tour to get an overview of the history and the most important sights of this beautiful metropole. After a relaxing lunch break they showed us the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí the Catholic Basilica La Sagrada Familia. This is one of the most visited monuments in Spain and it is still under construction. The plan is to finish it in 2026 which will coincide with the centenary of the architect's death. On our way back to Tortosa we stopped at the interactive and modern museum Cosmo Caixa. Tired but happy and full of impressions we arrived in Tortosa again and fell exhausted asleep. Thank you for organising this wonderful day!