eTwinning project ‘Da Vinci and Caravaggio’. Poznań – Kraków – Malta exchange.
As many of you probably remember, our pupils tooks part in an exchange between Poland and Malta a couple of weeks ago.
From Monday 27th till Wednesday 29th March, St.Michael school and PBIS pupils visited the most important landmarks in Poznan. On Thursday 30th March the whole group travelled to Kraków, where they continued their sightseeing. In Kraków apart from other things, they saw and ‘read’ the painting by Leonardo Da Vinci (lady with an ermine) – an important step in the eTwinning Project: Da Vinci and Caravaggio. The pupils flew together to Malta on Saturday 1st April and returned to Poznań on Friday 7th April. The program was filled with sightseeing and interesting activities. Apart from other things the pupils visited, the co cathedral of St John in Valletta, where they admired two painting by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. The pupils also visited St.Michael school and took part in several lessons.
Some of the pupils had also the opportunity to be hosted in the homes of the Maltese pupils.
We asked each of them to say a few words about their experience. This is what they shared with us:
It was excellent. I really liked the Maltese food and architecture.
It was a beautiful experience. Malta is very nice and I hope our school will organise another e-Twinning project with this country.
Malta was very nice and beautiful and the Maltese people were very kind and friendly.
I was very excited, eTwinning was a great experience.
I miss the Maltese pupils.
I really enjoyed it, especially the garden in the DHS Centre and Ħaġar Qim. Going sightseeing was the best thing there.
It was a nice experience and fun. The Maltese people were nice.
That trip was the best trip I’d ever had.
The eTwinnig project was a great opportunity to get to know other cultures.
We are glad our pupils enjoyed their trip so much!