May 3-17, 2019. Exposition.
May, 2019. Invitation to the exhibition at the Toboggan, Décines.
Décines Mag Article April, 2019
TV Report About The Exchange, April 5th, 2019
here’s the link of the TV Report :
From Lyon to Koping – students talk about the differences and similarities
More than 20 French students visiting Ullvigymnasiet for a week. It is part of an exchange where the Swedish students went to France last autumn. Young people see some differences between countries and schools – but also similarities. “This opens your mind,” said the French student Axelle Nangea, 17 years.
Ullvi hall echoes of laughter and shouts of Swedish, French and English. Students participating in the exchange between Ullvigymansiet and the French school, Charlie Chaplin outside Lyon has just started with Monday’s sweaty activity: running an obstacle course.
The French students are in Koping throughout the week 14. Each live with a Swedish student.
– You can learn about different cultures and get something back, to see the benefits and things that can be changed. This is also true when you look at yourself and your personality, this opens your mind says Axelle Nangea.
– The friendship is the best. We make friends for life and learn from each other as well, says Ullvi Eleven Aisha Cooley.
Ullvi Gymnasiets exchange with the French school is made possible by EU funding from the Erasmus plus. The theme for the exchange, integration, which is evident among other Friday when students attend a lecture and discussion about immigration in Sweden and France in the last 100 years.
The more than 20 Swedish students studying on care and care program, Children and Recreation Program, or go French course. Last fall, visited the Lyon area and staying with French families.
Åsa-Marie Burman, a teacher in Swedish and English, tells you what the exchange means for the students:
– They open up to other ways of looking at the world, they must try to live in another family and see that not everything works the same everywhere and that it need not be wrong – just different ways. They have more tolerance.
The French students noticed early in the week, some differences between countries:
– The food is quite different. And the way we eat. In France people eat fewer times but larger portions, we also eat later in the evening, at 8 am, said Axelle Nangea.
Even the Swedish students reflect on the differences between countries:
– Schools are the huge difference between. They have such respect for teachers and address them by their first name, says Aisha Cooley, 18, who goes on care and care program.
Isa Jansson, 18, who runs the same program, continues:
– Safety is also different. They must show the school passport when they enter the school.
While they share almost the same age young people much. School day in France and in Sweden have many similarities:
– It differs not very much really: We’re all teenagers, and some have the same interests, says Isa Jansson.
Aisha Cooley adds:
– When they come home from school, they sit with their plug and eat food at night, just as we do.
Fact: It happens during the week
The French students’ exchange week is packed with activities:
- Monday: Common lessons, city tour and assault Ullvi Hall.
- Tuesday: Common activities in Vasteras, including Prison Island and museum visits.
- Wednesday: Excursion to Orebro.
- Thursday: Excursion to screens Boda for a closer look at the Swedish countryside.
- Friday: Presentation of immigration in Sweden and France in the last 100 years. Talk about how the two countries deal with integration. In the evening a big party on Ullvigymnasiet All families are invited and there will be musk, speech and food.
published 2019-04-03 Children & Education, News
April 3, 2019. Köping Local Newspaper.
Septembre 17, 2018. Le Progrès.