AirNet 2014-17


EU Emblem
Barcelona 2016

Day 1:


Day 2:

On Wednesday all Erasmus+ Students came to school at 8.00 a.m. The students from Kourou started their presentations. The topics of the presentations were: The dust from Sahara in French Guiana, Asthma, Hovercraft, Analysis of the results of the Weather Balloon and the Thermic Exchange.

After that the whole Erasmus+  Group had a Body Percussion Workshop with Santi. We studied the dance moves for the concert on Friday evening. The whole Group had a 20 minute break, meanwhile the Idrija-Group cut the stop-motion movies, which some students prepared the day before.

At 10.45 a.m. we (the Sindelfingen-Group) presented their topic: The Savonius rotor. Two of us said something about the Biography of Sigurd Savonius, the inventor of the rotor, two others explained how it works while another part of our group talked about the history and the use of the rotor. The last two of our Group told how we build the Savonius rotor ourself, during a "P-Tag" in Germany and they also showed a short film about how the process went and how "our" rotor looked at the End. After the presentations, which ended at about 12.20 p.m., we had a 20 minutes break till a.m..

When the break ended, the second part of the Body percussion Workshop with Santi began. There we again practiced our dance for the concert on Friday. At 1.30 p.m. the lunch break started and we all went to the cafeteria, where we got our lunch which included lentil soup, a potato bake with a piece of meat and a yoghurt. The break lasted 45 minutes longer than usual, because we had a longer break this time.

At 3.00 p.m. the second Workshop started, but this time we prepared our songs with the band in the assembly hall. Of course with the help of the music teacher: Daniella Rieger-Böhm. At the same time the school band rehearsed with Mr. Kaschner. We also practiced how to line up and bow for the show. Each song was rehearsed for about 4 times and Mrs. Rieger-Böhm told us how to move to the two songs: Let the sunshine in and You are the sunshine of my life. At 4.30 p.m. the Workshop was over and our Host-families picked us up from school and that was the end of the "school day" on Wednesday.

Home   Information   Schools   Meetings   Publications   Ressources   Partners   Contact