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MAST Magazine, June

THE MAST ERASMUS+KA2 PROJECT RETURNS TO KARLSHAMN TO CARRY OUT THE LAST MEETING

Young participants’ impressions about the 6th mobility activities, a Multicultural Festival, memories and conclusions after three years’ work

This newsletter talks about the last time the partners of the project have met and worked together during a meeting. This special mobility took place from 15th to 21st  May in our coordinating school, the Vägga Gymnasieskola, situated in Karlshamn, Sweden. The circle has already been closed, since our project mobilities started in this town in October 2019 with a coordinators’ meeting to organize two years’ work schedule.

The following texts have been written by four students who attended this meeting: Marta Suárez Expósito, Antonio Menacho Montes, Moisés Rojas Andrade and Carmen Reina Cárdenas.

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FIRST ACTIVITIES IN KARLSHAMN:

A SCHOOL, A TOWN TOUR AND MEETING NEW PEOPLE

We woke up in a sunny morning, with a lot of energy ready to start a new chapter of the MAST and ready to get to know Karlshamn and, above all, the Vägga Gymnasieskola, our host school.

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LEARNING AND SIGHTSEEING TRIPS: KOSTA BODA GLASS FACTORY,

KARLSKRONA AND

RONNEBY BRUNNSPARK

The best of the trips in the agenda of the week was to share those trips with other students that only a few days before, we hadn’t known yet, but we became friends in a short time. These places shared with our new friends will always remain in our memory.

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OUR LEARNING, TEACHING, TRAINING ACTIVITY IN KARLSHAMN: A MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL

I was thrilled to take part in the Multicultural Festival. The essential aim of this meeting was this festival and it was our task and responsibility to prepare something worthwhile to perform. Every country could show some dancing, singing, acting, or even recitation related to its culture and traditions. 

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THE CLOSING CEREMONY,

A FABULOUS LAST DAY

As a farewell and closing of our meeting, we attended a programme of activities to remember, evaluate and take conclusions. Mrs Christina Bartalis, the project coordinator, and Mrs María Borras hosted the activities on that last morning in the fantastic school auditorium.

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