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Visit in Ruda Slaska : program

Comenius program of 15 to 19 may 2013

14.05.2013

Dimitris arrives-21.55 Krakow

15.05.2013

Belgium arrives 10.50 Krakow ,12.30- Ruda Slaska (3 teachers, 6 children)

13.00-  lunch  at school  (Belgium, Greece)

France arrives 13.10 Krakow, 14.30- Ruda Slaska ( 2 teachers, 4 children)

15.00- Visiting Botanical  Garden in Zabrze  ( Greece, Belgium, France)

Spain arrives 17.45 Krakow,( 3 teachers)  Italy- 18.15 Krakow (6 teachers, 1 mother, 6 children)

20.00-  dinner at Parkowa Restaurant-  all together

16.05.2013

Sport  Day

9.00-  meet at the school

Going to sport hall with a Coal Mine Orchestra (Students dressed in national colours)

10.00- 13.00  Sport activities at sport hall

13.30- lunch at school

15.00-  visiting historical  coal mine “Guido”

19.00- dinner at traditional Silesian restaurant “Rajcula”  (http://www.rajcula.pl/)

17.05.2013

10.00-11.30- welcome ceremony  at school with local representatives

11.30-  coffee and snack at school

12.30-  guided walk around school prepared by students

13.15- lunch at school

14.00- Comenius students- art lesson

              Comenius teachers-  meeting ( summary, evaluation)

15.00- Visit to Silesian Botanical Garden

17.00-  shopping and dinner in Silesia Shopping Centre

18.05.2013

10.00- A  day  trip  to Krakow

12.30- Lunch in Krakow

20.00-  Farewell party  at school

19.05.2013

Departures


Menu for the restaurant “Rajcula”:

Adults: traditional Silesian dish+ soft drinks, coffee, cake- 50 zl

Children: chicken, chips, salad, soft drinks, ice cream-30zl

All lunches at school , trips to Krakow and coal mine are  free for you.

Farewell party too.


On Sport Day, all students will be dressed in national colours of your countries.

You can also prepare, e.g. for  Italian- green, white and red, for France- blue, white and red,, and so on…

In Parkowa restaurant  you can choose what to eat from the menu-  (but for Thierry there is a lot of cabbage and a duck!)

Remember-  in Poland the currency is zloty, not euro!!!  Sorry for that!     (4 Zloty more or less 1€)