Posted by: Viktor Holmström | March 25, 2010

Day 9 (Wednesday)

Today we started the day with regular lessons for the first time in almost a week. The Romanian students were with us during the lessons so the teachers had to speak English. That went pretty well, both Eva and Sandra impressed us with their command of the English language. After that it was time for lunch, today’s lunch was soup, not so good…

After lunch Adrian and a couple of Swedish students worked out in the gym to get prepared for the beach 2010.

After the gym we went to the “blue room” to listen to the local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund and  the school chief Jan Midlert. They talked about Skellefteå in general and about the Swedish school system. The Romanian students also showed us two interesting powerpoint presentations of their city.

Tomorrow is the last day that the Romanians are here. Time has flown by and it feels like they just got here.

Eva Ekblad is a lesson in geography at Anderstorpsskolan in Skellefteå, Sweden

Stefan Lundgren, English and German teacher, examines Crewe-blog

The local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund, Skellefteå, Sweden

The Romanian students and teachers listen to the local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund, Skellefteå, Sweden

The local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund, Skellefteå, Sweden

Samuel Man and the local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund, Skellefteå, Sweden

Nils Bergmark and the local politician Ann-Christin Westerlund, Skellefteå, Sweden

Christina Soldan, CREW coordinator and contact person, teacher of Mathematics, Swedish, Project Work, Web Design and Computer Science at Anderstorpsskolan in Skellefteå, Sweden

Samuel Man presents facts about Simleu Silvaniei and Romania

The school chief Jan Midlert presents facts about the Skellefteå and the Swedish school system

Stefan Lundgren, Jan Midlert and Christina Soldan talking

The school chief Jan Midlert presents facts about the Skellefteå and the Swedish school system

Isak Pettersson and the school chief Jan Midlert

Stefan Lundgren and Jan Midlert

// Viktor Holmström, Andreas Warg, Erik Lundgren and Johan Lundgren

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  1. Very good work, Viktor, Andreas, Erik and Johan! Nice pics, Andreas! I like them a LOT!!!


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