EVENTS / MOBILITIES


The 4th mobility (Osijek,Croatia, 1st October-5th October 2018)

The host school was I.gimnazija Osijek. The mobility was attended by 9 teachers and eleven students. Students staged the play "Stribor's Forest", adapted from the writer I.B.Mažuranić. The topic of the Croatian mobility was Tales of magic.

On the first day, the students had short presentations about the previous topic, religious elements in their country's folk-tale culture. After that, they watched the film about the performance during the Danish mobility. Later, they started working on their play.

On the second day they continued working on the play and rehearsing all day.

On the third day we had a whole day trip to Slavonski Brod, where I.B.Mažuranić spent the most of her life as a writer. We visited her house and other places of interest. We also had a workshop in the theatre that bears her name.

On the fourth day students continued working on the play.

On the last day of mobility students had morning final rehearsals and then performed the play in front of the host school students and teachers.

The 3rd mobility of the project was held in Ballerup, Denmark, between 30th April and 4th May, 2018. The host school was the Borupgaard Gymnasium. During the mobility, the students from the six partner countries stages a play, "The Creation of the World and the Death of Baldur", previously adapted from Norse mythology.

The topic of the Danish mobility was "religious tales".

On the first day the students had short presentations about the previous topic, "ogre tales" and started working on the play.

On the second day, the teachers and students visited the National Museum where they attended a guided tour about the "Ancient Nordic history and the use of history". They learned about the Viking Age and how history can be and has been used to serve a regime's political needs.

On the third day, in the afternoon, the group went to the seaside and the nearby forest to clear their heads after 2 days of hard work at school. In the evening they attended the spring music concert of the students of the hst school.

On the fourth day, the group visited the Museum of Fine Arts where they attended a guided tour on the "Golden Age of Denmark and the national identity". Later, they took part on a backstage tour of the Royal Danish Ballet theatre.

On Friday, the final day, the students performed the play, "The Creation of the World and the Death of Baldur", they had been working on all week. The performance was held on the school grounds during lunchtime and was attended by many of the host school's students and teachers. You can browse photos in our Gallery section until the movie of the Danish play arrives.

The 2nd mobility of the project was held in Almada, Portugal, between 26th February and 2nd March, 2018. The host school was the Agrupamento de Escolas Anselmo de Andrade. During the mobility, the students from the six partner schools staged a play, "The Salty Bet", previously adapted from Portuguese folk-tales.

The topic of the Portuguese mobility was "Tales of the Stupid Ogre".

On the first day, the students had a short presentation about the previous topic, animal folk-tales in their country's folk-tale culture. After that, they watched the film about the performance during the Hungarian mobility. Later, they started working on their play.

On the second day, they continued working on the play, as well as attending a lecture on Portuguese folk-tales and visiting the Puppet Museum in Lisbon.

On the third day, they visited the villages of Óbidos and Peniche, which preserve traditional Portuguese culture.

On the fourth day, while the students were working on the play, the teachers had a workshop on artistic expression in 3D.

On the fifth and final day of the mobility, the students performed the play at the Extremo Theatre. h and final day, after a morning rehersal, the students performed the play in front of the school audience. The play was a great success and the movie can be found in our Videos section. Also, you can take a look at the photos taken during the mobility here.

The first mobility of the project was held in Budapest, Hungary between 6th and 10th November 2017. The host school was the Petrik Lajos Bilingual Vocational School of Chemistry, Environmental Protection and Information Technology. During the mobility, the students from the six partner schools staged the play, "Hungry Like a Wolf", previously adapted from two Hungarian folk tales.

On the first day, the students had a teambuilding session in the morning conducted by Misses Anna Szepes and Tímea Török, drama instructors from the TRAFÓ House of Contemporary Arts. In the afternoon, the students and teachers attended the lecture on Hungarian folk tales by Mr. Csaba Mészáros from the Hungarian Academy of Science's Institute of Ethnography. The students and teachers had a sightseeing tour of Pest in the afternoon.

On the second day, the students had a workshop on Hungarian animal folk tales, conducted by the Literature teachers of the school, Misses Barbara Urbán, Zsuzsanna Duschák and Erika Farkas. In the afternoon, they had their first rehearsal session. The teachers attended a sociodrama workshop conducted by Andrea Kocsi.

On the third day, the students and teachers visited the village of Hollókő and learned about the traditional Hungarian lifestyle. In the afternoon, they attended a museumpedagogical workshop at the Museum of Ethnography in Budapest.

On the fourth day, after a visit to the Hungarian House of Parliament, the students continued their rehearsals.

On the fifth and final day, after a morning rehersal, the students performed the play in front of the school audience. The play was a great success and the movie can be found in our Videos section. Also, you can take a look at the photos taken during the mobility here.

The participants of the mobility assessed it and the results are published on SurveyMonkey:
Here is the link for the results: https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-YX9RBX868/