Many Thanks to HUNGARY

Category: Poland - Licem Ogólnokształcące im. Piotra Skargi w Grójcu Created: 18 June 2015
Last Updated: Sunday, 05 July 2015 19:15 Published: 18 June 2015
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Many thanks to Monika, Agnes and the whole Hungarian Comenius team: teachers, students and parents for preparing the last meeting of our project group in Gyula. Thank you for a warm welcome and organising all the events which we took part in. Below there are Polish students' comments which we would like to share with you.


"The meeting in Gyula was an amazing experience for me. I had an opportunity to meet many great people. I’m very grateful to my host family for feeling there like at home.  After a week spent together with young people from other countries I could improve my English skills and get to know other cultures and traditions. I’m sure that new friendships will last a long time after this visit and I’ll never forget our moments spent together."  - Adrianna

"The meeting in Gyula was a huge experience which I will never forget. The family I was living with made me feel at home. My new parents treated me like their daughter. They were very kind and understanding for me. Laszlo always took care of me and never let me feel alone. I got to know a lot of wonderful people from other countries. Everyone was very friendly to each other. During this week we had many great moments together, which made our goodbye very hard for us. Thanks to visit in Gyula I improved my English skills, so I can communicate more easily. I'd like to thank all the participants of this project, who made my time in Hungary the best time ever!" - Natalia

"The comenius trip was an amazing experience for me. I had the opportunity to meet people with other cultures and lifestyles with whom I can share my experiences. Now I feel more confident when I speak English, I see a significant difference. Gyula, a town where we stayed for a week is very beautiful and worth seeing. Special thanks go to my host family who received me very warmly and I could feel like at home there." - Zuzanna