The host school has prepared an interesting and quite busy three
day programme of the meeting. Each day started in the school,
including a guided tour of the building as well as work on
project topics (presentations/discussion).
In the afternoon of the first day, there was a trip to Bonn
where the participants visited the local attractions like
Beethoven’s birth place, the market, the River Rhine and the
Bundeshaus which served as the Provisional Parliament House of
the Federal Republic of Germany from 1949 until 1999. There was
also a guided tour of the House of History where the
participating teachers learned a lot about the modern history of
Germany since the Second World War.
In the afternoon of the second day, there was a Civil Reception
at the town hall where all the participants met the Mayor of
Lüdenscheid Dieter Dzewas who gave a nice speech welcoming all
the partners. After that, all the participating teachers visited
the Phänomenta (interactive science museum) in Lüdenscheid which
was quite interesting.
Each day, all the participants had both lunch and dinner
together which gave them a welcomed opportunity to get to know
each other better and to share their knowledge and experiences
as well as their cultures.
This was especially true for the Erasmus+ Party held at school
on the second evening with music, cabaret, theatre, drink, food
and meeting colleagues.
In the evening of the third day, there was a Friendship dinner
at Castle Altena where the partners expressed gratitude to each
other for the successful cooperation on the project.
three major topics of the presentations of all the participating
1. Sad and glorious moments in a country’s history.
The participants from each partner school held presentations
about the history of their own country emphasising the sad and
glorious moments and thus giving all the partners the
opportunity to learn more about the history of all the
participating countries .Also, presentations were held about the
2.Ethnic composition of the country through history
to the present