Two weeks ago, 8 french studients went into Denmark to visit the country and to explain the advancement of the project :
1 – When we went to Roskilde the first day, we did our presentation during 20 minutes in English in front of the other students.
The last day we had different workshops groups with students from different countries.
Two groups created a little movie which dealt with environment and sustainable development.
Three other groups made posters about ecology and different green energies.
The last groups created a slide which showed how to save energy at home and reduce theconsumption of water and electricity.
A video was used to present Beauregard highschool to other countries : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtvW5uz8MuQ
2 – We visited the city of Roskilde; we walked along the beach. It was raining; that’s why we went to museum where Wiking’s boats were displayed .Those boats were discovered under water 30 years ago. They were used as a protection against the enemy. There we could see the renovated boats inside.
Another day, we went to Copenhague and visited the city center and the EXPERIMENTUM CENTER. In this place, they were a lot of activities. We had fun and did strange and amazing experiments.
Then we climbed up to the top of a high tower and had a 360° view over the city. In the center of the tower there was a platform, made of glass, and when we walked on it we could see the ground 25 m under our feet.
We also visited the University, saw 3 prototypes of wind turbines and visited a large area where scientists study wind technology and the latest windturbines.
3 – We were very happy to take part in this Erasmus exchange in Roskilde. We made progress in English because we had to communicate with the other students about many subjects. We noticed that dawn was coming earlier.
We were hosted by the family of correspondent. In Beauregard our classmate are looking forward to the next trip to Roccapiamonte in Italy. There was a friendly atmosphere during this trip. We felt part of the European Community.
This project was made possible thanks to funds from the European Community within the frame of Erasmus + project.