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We have booked a theater for our common production: our FACE-play, which will be performed in the end of May, 2018.


Student working on local art.

Albin Engdahl 9c Ek - Student’s hand-in on local arts and artists

Local art and artists from Norrköping

A summary of our work year 2017/2018 which was presented to the whole stuff in August 2017. Focus for year three: "Culture and Identity".


A summary of our work year 2016/2017 which was presented to the whole stuff in August 2016. Focus for year two: "Health and Economy".

ERASMUS + F.A.C.E. year 2016/2017


In the end of October, 2016 students from year 7, 8 and 9 met local companies. The task was to help them promote their company. The four companies that took part in this were: Kuddby Power AB, NEAB-gruppen, FöräldraFitness and Fotfästet.

- Kuddby Power works with converting sunlight into energy.

- NEAB-gruppen works with electricity and engineering.

- FöräldraFitness offers your chance to get a healthy lifestyle.

- Fotfästet specializes in alternative medicine such as zone therapy and massage.

After the students had made the interviews, they continued to create brochures about the companies. And finally in the beginning of January, 2017 they presented their final work to the companies.

These brochures are a part of our common production.


In year 7 we had a project called “FOOD HABITS” which started in November, 2017. This was a project in English and in Home economics, a cooperation between the two subjects. we worked with in three parts.


We started off by thinking of our own food habits.

Step one was to do our own mind maps, we included for example:

  • what I normally eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • what I eat between meals

  • what I usually drink

  • if what I eat is important to my health

Step two was to interview each other in English and step three to write essays about or own food habits.


We were divided into international groups. Each group was given a partner country in our Erasmus + project.

Step one we made posters for each country, including for example the flag, some facts, a map etc.

Step two we listened to different interviews of your teachers made by our teacher. The interviews were about your countries food habits in general.

The information was gathered on a wall in the classroom made like a chart, the homemade posters worked as headings for each country and on the left side we had the headlines; breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and between snacks. Then we put up the information from the interviews.

Step three we compared the differences and similarities between the countries’ food habits. That was very interesting, we could see that a similarity was that young people often don’t eat breakfast.


In Home Economics we got the chance to make and taste the different breakfasts. We had a lot of breakfasts! We tried them all out and compared them in taste, nutrition and how healthy they were.


During the project week of health we were given the opportunity to try out various sports, and outdoor activities. We had at least one physical activity per day.

During the week we also had theory, where we for example learnt about how the diet affects our bodies, and our performance in school.

We also tried different ways of cooking for example breakfasts, and picknick food.

Each year did different things. Here are a few examples of what we did:

For example:

- year 7 basketball and dancing

- year 8 floor ball and curling

- year 9 hiking



Year 2015/2016. Focus for year one: "The environment".

March 23rd, 2016

Students from the University visited us.

They wanted to know what students in year 9 were thinking about today’s climate change.

Exampels of questions that were discussed: 

- What do you think of when it comes to climate change?

- Where have learned most about the climate (school/media/at home)

-How often do you think of the climate change? 

- How do you think the climate change will influence your future.

- How often are you worried?

-What can you do to change the climate?

December, 2015
This movie was made for our school's face book page to show a bit about our international work. It was part of a advent calendar that we had.


December 16th
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. 
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity.

November 16-17th
"Run for your life" was a relay race through northern of Europe to call for climate justice and a sustainable future. The relay started from the Arctic region and ended up in Paris at the climate conference COP21. You can't run to Paris on you own but together it was shown to be possible! The race covered more than 4000 km, lasted for 20 days and involved thousands of people. Headmasters and headmistresses in Norrköping made a deal and participated, one of them was, Marika Andersson, one of our two headmistesses of Ektorpsskolan. Everything was filmed and broadcasted live on runforyourlife.nu. Run for your life was initiated by the Swedish National Theatre. In the middle of November the race had reached Östergötland our, region.

November, 2015
We worked on the logo to our project. Here are a few very nice logos that were made by pupils.

Oct 21st 2015 
We had the school opened for the public. A lot of pupils that will start in our school were there and of course we wanted to show our international work with Erasmus. The aim was to inform and to reach as many student as possible.

Autumn 2015, this lesson is from Oct 15th
Students in year 9 are working on their future houses.