Project Visits

Programme of the project visit in NORRKÖPING

NÎMES 4th-10th February, 2018

On our way to Arlanda on the 4th February :). And then the flight to Montpeiller via Paris.

Welcomed by the French group!

We worked on the F.A.C.E. play.

Excursion to Aigues-Mortes


Put a play together, test and learn about medieval clothes and learn how to fight like a gladiator.

Excursion to Orange - visit of an antique theater

Worked in international groups to write our own
lyrics to the European Anthem.

Thank you NÎMES!For a fantastic week :)

The suitcase is set for at project visit in......

May 27th - June 2nd 2017

5 students from our school went to Marvejols for a week! Sutthida, Haya, Ville, Neila and Noreen with two teachers.


Our work topic was local economy. All students presented a few of their own local companies and summarized the work that had been done during the school year.


A visit to the viaduct of Millau, whose construction was essential for the development of their local economy.

This visit was to see the livestock market of Laissac, the 2nd largest market in France.

A local festival the "Transhumance", showing the importance of agriculture and traditions for their economy and patrimony.

The week was concluded by the organization of a European Economic and Health Fair at their school, the Collège Notre Dame. A very nice event!



March 5th - March 11th 2017

Ludvig, Chornlada, Anna, Malin and Safa are the students who participated in this project visit together with Emma (admin in our school) and Elmina (teacher in home economics).


Here are thoughts from the students:


We saw their school and they showed us their city Blanes. We also visited Barcelona one day.
We watched someone doing some Spanish cooking, and we visited a very nice botanical garden, and we did some sailing in the afternoon. We also had one big dinner together, an Erasmus-party.
We visited a monastery outside Blanes and we made our own pizzas when we were there.

 One afternoon we sailed, we visited a botanical garden, we went to Barcelona, in the afternoons we were at the beach and of course we were in the school which was very big. We did the oral presentation about ourselves, our school and city.
We visited the Olympic Hotel just outside of Blanes where we got a lecture about Spanish cooking.

The first day we visited a restaurant and ate food there. We visited Barcelona and we had a guided tour La Padrera.
We sailed. We visited a Botanical garden on day. We were in their school as well.

We did some excursions for example, we visited a museum, Barcelona, and a monastery. We did some bowling. In the evenings were out eating with friends. We visited different places in and around Blanes. /Chornlada

I have met new people, and I was suprised that they eat same food as I do in my family, and I have been in Barcelona and it was soooo beautiful, and I have learned that they absolutly don’t order food the same way as we do in McDonlads in Sweden. In Spain first of all you end up in a line and then a ‘’ waitress ‘’ come up to you and ask you what you want to order, and then you get a note and give the note to the ‘’cashier’’ and then you get your order and pay for it, in Sweden we order and pay when we get to the ‘’ cashier’’.


Barcelona, because we visited a really cool house and also the spare time in Barcelona was nice to spend time in Barcelona with everyone in the project.
I really like to learn to sail, because then we were in mixed/international groups.

The Botanical garden, it was amazing and very different from the Swedish nature.

The sailing was fun!


It was to do new things, to see new things and to do the actual trip itself. The weather was nice and warm! It was very beautiful.

The different excursions and that we learned how it is in Spain.

Everything was great , the students, the food, the weather and their program for the week.


You eat much later in Spain. They don’t get free food in school, sometimes they had some food with them or they had to go home and eat.

The food was very different, but very yummie. Paella was different, something I never had tasted before. /Malin

The weather in mars was very different from what I’m used to, the houses were differently built, the structure, and the food. Paella, rice and seafood-very yummie! Gachpasho, made of cucumber.

The school day was different, in the middle of the day you can go home and it, they don’t have a canteen like we have.

The food market in the morning, it was warm, the weather was different, the Spanish food. In my family we didn’t eat dinner together in the same time, that was different according to me.

The weather was different unlike Sweden’s, because in the morning it was natural and then it turned to very warm and then on the evening it was very cold, and I really liked that the beach is very near to their house and that they have many markets, and the people is very social.


To use my English much more, their culture, it was very exciting to live with a family that I didn’t know at all.

How important it is to be organized.


I learned about Padrera, the structure and how and who built it. The basic of sailing.

How it is in Spain, the town Blanes, the food, and to take my own responsibility

I learned how to dance salsa, and I learned new Spanish words, and I learned little history about la Padrera, and that their is actually 3 families living in that house/ museum. And I learned how to take more responsibility.


- June 
Three students from our school; Tove, Jennifer and Désirée travelled to Bömlo, Norway with two teachers, Susanna and Maria.
We were welcomed by the headmaster and the Head of Education and Sports in Bömlo.

To get to know each other, we worked in international groups. 

One international group presented the Common European Future House, which was created in Germany. 

We got to know Norway "in a nutshell"; beautiful scenery, canoeing, bathing in the Fjords, pouring rain, sunny and hot weather and snow.

We had an open exhibition about Environmental work from each country.

We listened to several lectures from local presenters about this year's topic; Environmental and Technical Challenges.

We did excursions to Viking Poseidon (an ecological vessel), to Bremnes Seashore (a salmon farm) and to Bråfalli Vik (a hydropower station).

The students created cars that ran on solar cells and then we had a car race.

The week ended with the Erasmus+ FACE party and the FACE dance.


Students' evaluations

EVALUATION ‎‎(utvärdering)‎‎ - Tove Toomson 7E Ek

EVALUATION ‎‎(utvärdering)‎‎ - Jennifer Dahlin Pettersson 8C Ek

EVALUATION Norway - Désirée

AMBERG, Germany 
 March 6th - March 12th 2016

We had a very exciting week and we all learned a lot about renewable resources, and new technical inventions that could be possible for the future!! A very important subject for all countries and for the whole of Europe.

But lets start from the beginning.
5 students from Ektorpsskolan in Norrköping; Jennifer, Ruben, Malin, Nelly and Daniella travelled to Amberg, in Germany with two of their teachers, Pablo and Susanna. 
From Norrköping we took the train to Arlanda, the airport in Stockholm to fly to Nürnberg and continue with train again to the final destination; Amberg.

After many hours of traveling and a good night's sleep we were very nicely welcomed to the school by the headmaster. 

The students introduced themselves, their schools and where they came from to a big audience. The presentations included power points with nice pictures and everything was in English of course. Very brave when you only are 13-14 years old!!

Then a visit at the Town Hall and we were very warmly welcomed by the Mayor.

During the week we visited The German Museum i Munich, a centre in Ensdorf about renewable energy resources and the Documentation Center in Nuremberg. They were all very informative visits and gave us a lot of knowledge and things to think about.


We also amused ourselves. Here; bowling in international groups. Very appreciated!

The students presented their future houses to each other. There were so many good ideas and solutions to save energy through e. g. sun, wind and water power and how to store and share the enery. 


After a week full of new impressions, visits, work shops and guided tours at museums, oral presentations and to get to know so many new people it was really nice to finish of with a party with a lot of Bavarian food. 
Fantastic how music and dance can join students from so many different countries. 


The STUDENTS's thoughts about the week in Amberg.

The evaluation - Germany, Amberg 1

The evaluation- Germany, Amberg 2

The evaluation-Germany, Amberg 3

EVALUATION Germany - Nelly

EVALUATION Germany - Jennifer