Many thanks to the teachers and students of the Academy of Pedagogy and Social Work in Bratislava for organizing the Comenius meeting. You greatly contributed to making the participats learn more about how to respect human rights. The aims of the meeting titled: Steps Towards a Europe Without Borders, were met successfully. On behalf of myself and all the other teachers and students I would also like to thank you for your hospitality and kindness. Below, find attached the Polish students' opinions about the stay in Bratislava.
‘A visit to Slovakia for me was a new experience. I had the opportunity to meet people with different habits, traditions and even religions. I learned a lot from them and I was also trying to convey something. I think, that I have improved my English, manual and ice-skating skills. I hope that this experience will help in the future to meet so special people like I met in Slovakia. Together we spent a wonderful week, which will be in my memory for a long time. We had got no problems to communicate with each other. Sometimes I made mistakes but everyone understood me. My host family was great. I could speak with them about any subject. At the evening meal we spoke about our countries, sport or traditional dishes. My only regret is that it was a short time, too short to get to know everyone as well as I would like to know. I would like to take part in a similar event sometime in the future.’ - Bartosz Malachowski
‘It was an unforgettable experience and also amazing adventure to visit Bratislava. In Slovakia we visited a lot of beautiful places worth seeing. I and my friends Karolina and Bartosz had a wonderful time there. We met there really polite and friendly people. I miss them so much! I also want to thank my host family. They made me feel like at home. I enjoyed myself so much! I really appreciate it! I will never forget this week and people I met. I hope we will meet again soon.’ - Zuzanna Tulin
‘The Visit in Slovakia was a very memorable experience for me. That was a good chance to meet new people from different countries and improve my English skills. People in Slovakia are very helpful and kind. I enjoyed the time spent in Slovakia. I have a lot of fantastic memories.’ - Karolina Fraczak