Cards and Stories


Romania’s largest vauban citadel, Alba Iulia Fortress or Alba Carolina Citadel by its secondary name, is remarkable for not only for its architectural elements and the beauty of its gates, which reflect unique military structures, but also for the rich history surrounding it – the city of Alba Iulia is of vital reference for the history of Romanians and is associated with the Great Union of 1918, where Transylvania and the rest of Romanian were united. This is why some Romanians like to refer to the city as ‘the other capital’

Key word: CITADEL

Sending our cards to our partners.




Elda is known for its footwear industry, especially for its women’s shoes. So we have used a piece of artwork by a colleague and artist Camilo Valor to inspire your stories.

Key word: women’s shoes

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Hamm is the city of the elephants. You can find them everywhere in the city. The biggest one is the glass elephant in “Maxipark”. It was built on an old coal mine. The elephants can have all sizes and colurs. This one is a small one which you can find in the gardens and houses of a lot of people.


Inowrocław is known for salt and it is called the city on the salt. The reason of that is conected with the past, becasue in the 19th century there was a salt mine. In the 20th centry in turned out that there was a great daner of collapsing the city because of undergroud work, so the salt mine was overflowed and closed. Now there is an exhibition with the histry of the salt mine.

The key word is “SALT”

I hope you will receive our cards quickly 🙂


The original Kori (young lady) of Veria is a bronze statuette that was discovered in the early 20th century and dates back to the fifth century BC. Now it is an exhibit at the Archaeological Museum of Munich as the «Mädchen von Beröa». A much bigger replica stands in one of the main squares of Veria. It is a statue of a naked woman who resembles the ancient goddess Venus (Aphrodite) and has a headscarf on her head, like the one that the women of the town used to have at that time.

and our post cards…


   Edremit is famous for its olives and olive oil. When you come to Edremit, you can see olive trees everywhere. Olive and olive oil are the most important industry in our town. We consume a lot of olive oil and we cook our dishes with olive oil. 

our postcards


Online Quiz about home countries


Students have prepared a quiz/ a game for you – How wants to be a  Millionaire?

Try it out and see how much you know about Poland?


Try to match images with the texts. See how far you get in the game discovering our city, Elda.


Veria (Greece) Quiz

Please answer the questions above about Veria-Greece.. are you sure for your answers?


Play this Kahoot game and learn what you know about Turkey! Click on image to play!


The game ”You want to be a millionaire”



Coding messages


Here is our coding message. Enjoy it!!!!!

One more coding message from …… Caesar:
Danw  daxw  lg  lzw
xmddwkl  sfv  xgumk
gf  lzw  hgkalanw

an encrypted message from Greece.pdf



We’ve prepared a coding message for you.

First, do the rebus. Remember the first letters. Type the first letters (use the capital letters) of these three words, to open a file below. 

Now open this file with first letters of these words. Use capital letters. In the file below you will find our message!

Have fun!

Coding message.docx


In order to decipher our message, first, you need to solve this puzzle below. When you solve the puzzle, you will understand how you can decode our message. Good Luck:) 


ciphered message.pptx

SPAIN: Coding messages

Are you up for a challenge?

See our message below (picture1). The key to solving it lies in using our alphabet (picture 3) to discover the code type (picture 2). At the very bottom, you can find pdf with all pictures below.

Don’t post your answer here just yet as other teams are trying to solve it too.  We can’t wait to decode your message!

Spain encoded message.pdf




Safer Internet Day


This year, students from bilingual classes – seventh and eighth grade celebrated Safer Internet Day this way:

  • We were ambassadors of that day, so we needed identification tags;
  • Our main task was to prepare a survey and ask questions to students and teachers in our school. We were given a QR Code which simplified our task.
  • We prepared dialogues a​​​​​​​​​​​​​​bout being safe online. We programmed creatures and made stor​​​​​​​ies on​​​​​​​

  • Also, students had to write on pieces of paper ideas on the topic of how to be safe online. This is what students wrote:
      • Don’t  tell people you meet in the Internet your address, passwords,  personal data;
      • Use strong passwords;
      • Use antivirus software;
      • Be careful what you’re downloading;
      • Remember to do not use unsecured sites;
      • Don’t click on unknown links and attachments in emails;



Centro Sagrada Familia (Spain) has taken part in the celebration of this year’s Safer Internet Day (SID) under the slogan “Together for a better internet”. Our students have made what we have called Cyberlollies, a series of 3 to 4 square images promoting a range of topics from risks on the Internet (cyberbullying, grooming, etc.) to positive communication on line.


Our students prepared a bulletin board about Internet Safety. They found and printed out documents and prepared a board in the entrance of the school. They warned their friends about using Internet safely. Some of our students made presentations in the classrooms. 

Avatars (P7)

Voki from Romania

Greetings from Romania and a wonderful Holiday!

Voki from Germany

Summer greetings from Germany

Vokis from Spain

Seasonal Greetings from our students using Voki avatars

Voki wishes from Turkey

We love Erasmus!

Voki wishes from Poland

We have created an avatar Voki with Xmas wishes for you. So a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 🙂

Wishes from Poland

Vokis from Greece

Greetings from Greece

      Students speak about themselves and their Erasmus+ experiences