We prepared an album of some of the good memories of the project work.
Viki and me presented this prezi during the last project meeting. In it we summarised all the research our classmates had done about our legends. Hope you like it!
Day 1, 17th October
We arrived safe and sound in London with a few hours left to spend there. So within just 3 hours we made it to Westminster Abbey, Parliament square, 10 Downing street, Trafalgar square, the National Gallery and Piccadilly Circus. We caught the evening bus to Bournemouth, the spot for our 5 th project meeting. Needless to say how tired we got by the end of the day, but it was very much worth the effort!
Day 2, 18th October
In the moring we walked to school and had breakfast there. Then we met the English team and were shown around Avonbourne Academy. It’s a huge building with lots of corridors and social areas.
Later on we had a literature lesson and quiz about Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and we also learnt to write a gothic story based on the guidelines provided by out hosts.
In the afternoon we discovered the Victorian sites of Bournemouth with the help of a Bournemouth quiz map – it was fun!
Day 3, 19th October
This was the day all of us had been waiting for – each country gave an account of what they had been doing about the 5th literary work. We were amazed by the creativity of the partners! As a reward, we had lunch at Harry Ramsden’s, the most famous fish and chips bar in Bournemouth, located right on the beach!
After luch we paid a visit to the Russel-Cotes Art Gallery. We were impressed by the beauty of the building, let alone the objects exhibited there.
We went back to school to discuss the lesson plan on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and to make some decisions about the final Pangea meeting.
In the evening we had the opportunity to see a play at school performed by the gifted students of Harewood College. ‘The men in the mud’ was a great success indeed, we enjoyed watching it.
Day 4, 20 th October
Team-building day! We went to Salisbury by minibuses. From now on, Salisbury is one of my favourite cities. Its cathedral is such an impressive site that we could have wandered there for hours. However, we had limited time because we continued our trip to Stonehenge, a site I have always wanted to see. It was even more mysterious than I had thought it would be.
Our farewell dinner was held in a Victorian restaurant, which matched perfectly well to the gothic theme of this meeting. We even got some Halloween crackers and masks to wear 🙂
At the end of the dinner Amanda, Sue and Howard surprised us with nice gifts and a certificate of attendace. It was a perfect ending of a perfect day!
Day 5, 21st October
We said goodbye to each other, which was as painful as always. We quickly summarised the 5th Pangea project meeting: advanced level creativity, excellent company, innovative ideas, new friendships and a good theme to continue. Thank you Amanda, Sue and Howard!
The Hungarian pangea team did some researh on Hungarian thriller writers. Take a look at its findings.