Az Erasmus+ lengyel-magyar diákprojekt második projekttalálkozója Nałęczówban 2021. 10. 15-22.
Magyar diákok angolul a lengyel hétről:
“It was a fantastic experience to meet so many new people of my age in a foreign country I had never been to before. We had a warm welcome upon our arrival in Poland. In addition, I could speak English in real-life situations. I really liked the sightseeing activities. I enjoyed all the art workshops we took part in. Whenever I think of these days, I feel happy and excited.” (Aisa Gaál-Kovács)
“I’m really thankful to all the people that organized and helped this project. I was amazed of the people in Poland. Everybody always helped us if we had a problem, our time there was really spent without any stress. When we arrived, we felt like we were celebrities who arrived at a famous show, everyone was asking questions. The school was fantastic. It really showed us how creative and cheerful people are in Poland. I’d like to say we had an absolutely amazing and eventful, perfectly organized time there, and if I could, I would like to go back😊”. (Balázs Kerényi)
“I collected many memories and experience in Poland. In my opinion, the atmosphere was great, I always felt comfortable. We could gain insight into the school’s everyday life through workshops. Polish students were very kind and polite, they always asked if everything was okay. Also, when we were a little bit shy, they reassured us. This was the first time I had travelled by plane and that was the first occasion I spent time abroad without my family.” (Hanna Flóra Babos)
“I am very grateful for this project, because I met new people, saw a new country, and gained new experiences. Modelling and photography used to be outside my comfort zone, but I really enjoyed both of them in Poland. I liked the meals too. In my opinion, the Hungarians should borrow some Polish recipes, because they cook much healthier.” (Zita Takács-Váry)
“For a week, I could feel like a pupil of the school, the atmosphere of which absolutely impressed me. For me, it was amazing to see how talented and creative Polish students were. Special scratches, sculptures, paintings were placed everywhere, so my jaw dropped. Every member of the school was so caring, open and patient to us, for which I cannot be grateful enough.
Beside these, I also extremely liked the sightseeing tour with the flowered hats in the fabulous Nałęczów, the photo workshop and the canvas bag printing with our beloved logo. I let myself drift with the tide, let go of all my worries and enjoyed every moment. One of my dearest memories is the afternoon we spent in a local cafeteria. We were just chatting, laughing and drinking warm drinks together. In addition, I believe I remarkably improved my vocabulary skills during that time while having a lot of fun with some new friends.
Saying goodbye could not have been without tears; it was much harder than I had expected. I wish this wasn’t the last time we met.” (Emese Sántha)
“When I decided that I want to participate in this Erasmus+ project I didn’t know that it was going to be an adventure of a lifetime. I’m glad that we could gain insight into this artistic world, the way they paint, draw and sculpt. I’m also glad that we could taste traditional Polish foods, for instance: pierogi. Furthermore, the little town, Nałęczów, where the school was located and the accommodation were such gorgeous places! We had a guided tour with cosy, retro cars, it was so peaceful and quiet. Overall, I am so grateful that I could be there, meet those adorable students and experienced a really tolerant community.” (Nóra Szabó)
“I was crazy about this project. I loved every minute of working on it. I was so excited to have a chance to go to Poland and meet Polish culture. This incredible journey was a lifetime experience. People in the project made it so great for me. I’ll never forget the warm welcome we had to Poland. Everything was so perfect when we were there. I loved being able to try various forms of art. I wanted to stay forever in that school of extraordinary possibilities and in that charming fairy tale town. I was caught up in people’s attitudes, the environment, the food (😊) the atmosphere, and of course, eternal art. I took photos, sculpted, created a calendar and much more with almost the greatest feeling of freedom that I have ever felt. I simply fell in love with the place.” (Míra Piti)
“This travel gave me a lot of unforgettable experiences and friendships. In the beginning, I was nervous about the trip and the new atmosphere in Poland; however, it turned out, that there was nothing to fear from. I was totally impressed with the school’s vibe and the students’ passion for art. Everybody had their own style and personality, which made the school so special. One day, random students joined us while we were having some free time and they immediately started to talk with us without being nervous or shy. This, and the brilliant Polish food have completely impressed me!” (Kinga Barlay)
“It was a very interesting and enjoyable week for me. The Polish school is another world, Naleczow is also very different from Budapest. Polish people were very kind and helpful, so they made this project a very nice memory for me. Their artwork was amazing! It was a fantastic experience, and I also started learning Polish.” (Vilmos Módos)
“I loved the week in Poland, mostly because of the activities. I loved the community. As for food, it was great to taste new, foreign flavours. I met lots of kind people and I made new friendships. I could use English, and my language skills improved a lot. It was a pleasure to be there.” (Máté Radics)
“Even though sometimes I had to leave my comfort zone, the project was a memorable experience. The nervousness had proved to be unnecessary. I had a whale of a time in Poland. I especially enjoyed our first 3 days with all the sightseeing.
Even though I am not an artist, I loved sculpting with my classmates. It was a relaxing and stress-free activity. Lastly, I would like to point out how much I loved the students’ attitude. They were always asking whether everything is fine, they were very talkative and their English was at a high level, so it was easy to talk to them. Polish teachers were also kind and welcoming. All in all, I am glad that I had the opportunity to participate in this project, and I am thankful to the schools for making it possible.” (Veronika Somjai)
“After this project, I can declare that I am proud of myself because, in my opinion, my English has improved lot. I made a lot of friends, and I think we had a lovely time together. The atmosphere was more than special, everyone was so kind and helpful. A fantastic part was the sightseeing since I love to travel and see cities.
It was fascinating to learn a lot of artistic techniques, for example, how to paint a t-shirt. Polish teachers and students had a lot of patience for us. I admire the students because of how they translated other teachers from Polish to us all the time. If we had had that job in Hungary, that would have been the hardest part.
Lastly, I would like to mention my favourite and very best memory of the trip: it was the lunch on the 3rd day, with a few Hungarian and with Patryk and Magda, it was nothing big, but that was a good meal, and we talked a lot about everything, and we had a great opportunity during this lunch to get to know each other more.”(Benedek Vágó)
“The week in Poland exceeded my expectations. I had never been in such warm hospitality before. The accommodation was perfect. Nałęczów is a fairy-tale town, especially in this beautiful autumn time.
Each student in the school had their individual style, but they accepted each other as they were! It was really positive for me. They are very kind, friendly and talented people, and I am so happy that I could get to know them. I learned a lot from them. We did a lot of creative things, we learned how can we reduce stress with art and we could practice our English skills!” (Flóra Brandenburg)
“I loved this week in Poland very much. I am very happy that I could meet such special and kind people. I really enjoyed the exciting (non-ordinary) programme. Moreover, I was able to try some new things. The sightseeing was amazing and the food was very extra and tasty too. In summary, this week was very exciting and eventful. Thank you, I hope to see you again one day.” (Márta Zombori)
“We had a beautiful week in Poland. My favourite type of program was sightseeing. I loved the atmosphere of the streets a lot; however, it was different in every city and town. From the workshops in the school, my favourites were the most activating ones, such as sculpture and photography. I also liked the folk dance session. I could stay for a longer time.” (Anna Jendrics)