Students and teachers from Geniko Lykeio Neas Kydonias, Chania, Greece visit Vega Baja High School and other main landmarks in Callosa de Segura from 11th to 16th March 2019. Sequences shown on TeleCallosa, the local T.V. Channel. 

During five intense days, students and teachers from Geniko Lykeio Neas Kydonias, Chania, Greece and Vega Baja High School, Callosa de Segura, Spain have been immersed into different activities related to their Erasmus+ Project BWPW. On 12th March 2019, they visited some important sights in Callosa de Segura: Local Market, Saint Martin Church, San Roque…

Students and teachers from Geniko Lykeio Neas Kydonias, Chania, Greece and Vega Baja High School, Callosa de Segura, Spain, visit The Local Ethnological museum of Hemp and Orchard in Callosa de Segura.

On 15h March 2019, they visited The Local Ethnological museum of Hemp and Orchard in Callosa de Segura, where students and teachers from both schools could enjoy live exhibition of steps needed to elaborate hemp fiber by expert craftsmen and women. Local and regional Televisions were there to record this event. Spanish and Greek coordinators…

Students and teachers from Geniko Lykeio Neas Kydonias, Chania, Greece and Vega Baja High School, Callosa de Segura, Spain, visit Valencia City.

On 14th March 2019, they visited the most important landmarks in Valencia- Serrano and Quart Towers, Virgin Square, Basilica, Cathedral, Central Market, Silk Market, The City of Arts and Sciences, …- in order to have a better knowledge about the historical, artistic and cultural Heritage of this incredible city. They also learned some interesting facts…

Gigantic BWPW posters are hung on Vega Baja High School.

Two huge posters were hung on Vega Baja High School main entrance by a group of teachers and the school caretaker to welcome students and teachers from the schools participating in BWPW. Due to their size and strategic position, the Project name and the 4 participating schools can be seen from a distance.

First Parents’ informative Meeting about Erasmus+ Project Breaking Walls, Preserving Walls (BWPW)

The Principal together with the Coordinator of the project and other teachers belonging to the Erasmus+ Committee inform parents about the international Project our school will be involved in during the next 3 academic courses. Information about BWPW outlines, goals, priorities, potential mobilities, schools participating in the Project, importance of families’ contribution for a successful…