On 15-19 November 2021, a Polish-German youth exchange took place in Krzyżowa, in which students from Szkoła Podstawowa nr 13 im. Krystyny Bochenek in Gliwice and Grund- und Oberschule Wilhelmshorst took part. A total of 40 girls and boys participated in activities dedicated mainly to intercultural communication. They were mostly in the form of workshops and integrative nature. Young people learned, among other things, drama techniques, and also got to know the history of Krzyżowa.
This week there is a Polish-German youth exchange in Krzyżowa, in which students from Szkoła Podstawowa nr 13 im. Krystyny Bochenek in Gliwice and Grund- und Oberschule Wilhelmshorst participate. A total of 40 girls and boys are taking part in activities that focus on intercultural communication. They usually take the form of workshops, they use drama methods and, of course, the integrative aspect is important in them. During the week-long stay, there is also an opportunity to learn about the history of Krzyżowa.
The exchange lasts from 15 to 19 November 2021 and it is the first meeting of young people from Gliwice and Wilhelmshorst in Krzyżowa.
The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe invites teachers, tutors as well as school principals from Poland, Germany and Ukraine, interested in implementing tripartite school or extracurricular exchanges, to the On-Line contact meeting which will take place on 7 December 2021 at 17:00.
The purpose of the meeting is to:
- building partnerships between schools and other educational institutions from Poland, Germany and Ukraine,
- joint development of tripartite school / out-of-school exchange projects with partners from Ukraine,
- exchange of experiences and advice on practical and organizational aspects of school exchange live and online.
The end of October was a joyful time for us, when we managed to organize another Polish-German youth exchange. Students from the Zespół Szkół Ponadgimnazjalnych Nr 4 im. Kazimierza Wielkiego in Siedlce and Regine-Hildebrandt-Gesamtschule in Birkenwerder visited us from 25 to 30 October 2021.
In total, 21 girls and boys from Poland and Germany took part in anti-discrimination workshops, art workshops and language animations.The integration was facilitated by cooking together, time spent in nature, a trip to Świdnica and visiting the local Church of Peace.