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Schedule

1st meeting on the administrative questions

on Tuesday November 22nd 2016

 

2nd meeting on the educational questions

on Wednesday November 23rd 2016

 

 


Location

Sviesioji Gymansium

Didzioji 62

57 273 Kedainiai

LITHUANIA

Email: rastine@sviesioji.lt

Telephone: +37034760102


Visit of kedainiai

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Comments: 37
  • #1

    Estelle LENDA POLIE (Sunday, 04 December 2016 09:18)

    I warmly thank Gitana Kaupiené, her headmistress, Mrs Liutkiene, and all the team of teachers from Sviesioji Gymnasium for the wonderful meeting we enjoyed in Kédainiai. Great first time in Lithuania!

  • #2

    Laura Pitariu (Monday, 05 December 2016 02:58)

    Great and useful meeting! Thank you Gitana and Estelle! Nice to meet you all!

  • #3

    Gitana Kaupiene (Wednesday, 07 December 2016 00:53)

    Wonderful time and such a nice pics :) Thanks a lot

  • #4

    Siri Louise Rydningen (Wednesday, 07 December 2016 06:00)

    Great Meeting and wonderful surroundings. I will definitely Return to Lithuania, such nice People and Rich history!

    Thank you to Gitana and her School.

  • #5

    Marga Herrero (Sunday, 11 December 2016 17:55)

    I really enjoyed meeting you all mates in Lithuania.... it is going to be a very interesting project working together.

    We are looking forward to your coming to Utebo- Spain.

  • #6

    Laura Pitariu (Thursday, 22 December 2016 04:44)

    Happy Holidays!

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  • #8

    Beatrice Orsignola (Tuesday, 03 January 2017 04:24)

    We've spent such a fantastic time in Kedainiai.
    Thanks a lot to Gitana and her colleagues.

  • #9

    Estelle LENDA POLIE (Tuesday, 11 April 2017 06:21)

    Thank you Marga and Ines for this amazing week in Spain. Your energy and sense of welcome were incredible. See you soon in Norway!!

  • #10

    Laura Pitariu (Tuesday, 11 April 2017 08:15)

    I wish I were in Spain. Your activities seem to have been educational and pleasant at the same time. Great pictures. See you in Norway! Keep up the good work!

  • #11

    Charlotte ROHOU (Thursday, 20 April 2017 09:25)

    First of all, I would like to thank the organisers, my teachers for giving me the opportunity to establish intercultural contacts and meet foreign students. I would like to thank my host family too. Angela, her parents and her grandmother for their very kind hospitality and their warm welcoming.
    Erasmus trip in Spain was very enriching on an academic level (I spoke english and spanish, I learnt more about green jobs) but also on a personal level (It was the first time I travelled without my parents).

  • #12

    Goda (Sunday, 23 April 2017 10:21)

    On March 18-25 four students and a teacher represented Kėdainiai šviesioji gymnasium in Erasmus+ project “Green jobs for our planet Earth". The representatives were Valdas Kupčinskas, Goda Ivaškevičiūtė, Morta Liutkutė, Kazimieras Dovidas and their teacher Gitana Kaupienė.
    The goal of this Erasmus+ project was to enable teenagers discover the new range of jobs generated by the implementation of sustainable development in their school area or across Europe and help them widen, enrich and update their career plans.
    During the project we were introduced to Spain’s waste management and sorting system. We spent the week by listening to lectures, participating in classes and discussions, communicating with our new friends from England, Martinique, Romania, Norway, Germany and of course Spain. Before going to Spain, we’ve prepared a presentation about “Daumantai LT” production and about local store “Muilažolė” and its organic output.
    During the week, we learned a lot about Spain. We had a chance to visit castle of Loarre, which is sited near the France–Spain border. Construction of this fortress was started in XI age and is considered as the oldest fortress of Spain. Since we were living near Zaragoza, we spent a lot of time there and we have visited a lot of beautiful places. Living with Spanish families gave us a chance to get to know countries’ culture not as an outsider, but as a part of the family.
    The beauty of the country, nature, locals’ hospitality and smiles left only good memories. We got only good impression of Spain and took fond memories about this country and people to our country – Lithuania.
    Lithuanian team 

  • #13

    MAIZEROI Anthony (Monday, 24 April 2017 20:07)

    I want to thank the companying teachers (Mrs Tondelier and Mrs Angeon) and the organizer of the trip (Mrs Lendapolie) for allowing me to make this journey.This allowed me to meet my penfriend and his classmates And new culinary knowledge on the traditional dishes of Spain (including tortilla and paella), and to discover new green job for future of our planet. It was an unforgettable and very interesting experience that will help for my everyday and professional life .

  • #14

    ian.kell07@gmail.com (Thursday, 27 April 2017 13:59)

    First can I say what a wonderful time we had in Zaragoza and the warmth and friendliness encountered was marvellous. Our students loved it.
    Second can I say how interesting it was from and educational point of view
    Third ; Gitana and Marga have set a high standard, I am really looking forward to hosting you but oooohhh it has become scary when I see the standard I have to reach.

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  • #16

    marga herrero (Sunday, 21 May 2017 06:45)

    We really enjoyed in Utebo- Spain meeting...so many teachers , so many students from 8 countries. Great experience. And we learnt a lot about solar panels and recycling processes.

    Thanks everybody for your interest and patience.

  • #17

    Maizeroi Alex (Saturday, 27 May 2017 09:28)

    The trip to Spain was unique and amazing, i learned so many things about eco-tourism, recycling, and electricity. I met many people with other cultures, and i also discover traditional dances.
    I wish to do another travel with Erasmus+ to discover new contries, thank you very much for organazing this travel.

  • #18

    Dussiel Emma (Thursday, 08 June 2017 20:22)

    This trip was very interesting and very constructive , it was great ! it also allowed us to deepen our knowledge bases and our focus. Spain is a beautiful country and the food is very good and varied . Our correspondants were very welcoming and very sociable . We were able to visit the city and these many monuments . But this experience also allowed us to account for the environmentale impact and all the waste we throw away without sorting . trip with Erasmus + is a unique great experience

  • #19

    ian kell (Saturday, 01 July 2017 11:31)

    It has taken a time to respond, but I would love to say how thrilled we were at Shotton to host our partners from Spain, Norway and Germany and I hope you enjoyed the visitand learned a lot

  • #20

    Bouslimi Chokri (Friday, 07 July 2017 13:44)

    Hi
    I am a teatcher of science and life of the land of the Tunise (school Jendouba, my students like to participate in kind of project ............... actually it is a An excellent project that affects all humanity

    Good Job

  • #21

    katrina Bateman (Friday, 21 July 2017 02:43)

    The photographs from the meeting in Lithuania are not added to the twin space.

  • #22

    ian.kell (Sunday, 23 July 2017 06:38)

    Half way through the project, I think our students have found this a really interesting opportunity. So often we think of green jobs as just being in the local park or of being badly paid or of being low skilled. This project has challenged that prejudice. The web site is growing steadily and Estelle is doing a fabulous job of managing it.

    It is also impressive how many hits the web site is registering

    The twin space is linked to the comment, please take the opportunity to visit and if you can log in and leave a comment there so much the better.

    This project is proving to be a truly remarkable and interesting one, a wide variety of work and a lot of challenging activities. Have a great summer break friends.

  • #23

    Christian Altmann (Monday, 11 September 2017 12:52)

    Preparing for the visit in Norway now. Thank you Siri for the fantastic program. We all are looking very much forward to one more magical meeting of this wonderful project.

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    דירה דיסקרטית ברמת גן (Thursday, 14 September 2017 10:55)

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  • #26

    Marga Herrero (Sunday, 17 September 2017 19:30)

    I forgot to write how amazing was our visit to Newcastle and Peterlee. When we arrived at Shotton Hall, we all thought it was a smart hotel. How lucky they are to have such a new and modern school with so many interesting things on the walls.
    We were staying in Durhem, which is a wonderful town. We also enjoyed visiting the mines, the wind companies, The Raby castle and the thematic town. Thanks a lot Ian for your effort.
    Looking forward to meeting you all in Norway in short.

  • #27

    Malcolm Black (Monday, 18 September 2017 04:20)

    Ohh, nice pics! Good Job done!

  • #28

    louis vuitton outlet (Tuesday, 19 September 2017 20:25)

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  • #29

    Anjelica Cross (Wednesday, 20 September 2017 11:49)

    At this meeting was not. But more of such organisms which are concerned about the welfare of our planet. Ah yes Lithuania is a beautiful country.

  • #30

    JackKristal (Friday, 22 September 2017 00:17)

    A beautiful city. Beautiful people. A lot of interesting things.

  • #31

    Kris Okonar (Monday, 25 September 2017 06:11)

    A beautiful city and the restaurant is a great atmosphere.

  • #32

    Marc (Thursday, 05 October 2017 03:12)

    I love it. Beautiful city, hope that someday i can visit some of them

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  • #34

    ian.kell (Thursday, 02 November 2017 08:18)

    i really wish I could have joined you in Norway

  • #35

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  • #36

    Christian Altmann (Friday, 03 November 2017 16:51)

    Tysen tack from the German team for a very interesting and very well organized meeting in Bremnes. We learned during our stay in Norway a lot, especially about Green jobs in the Salmon producing industry, and we enjoyed the Norwegian hospitality and the beautiful landscape.

  • #37

    Jesse Sannicandro (Tuesday, 07 November 2017 03:29)

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