Erasmus celebration

Last Thursday there was a celebration of the Erasmus project at the Wirschaftsschule, in Dinkelsbühl.


In a combined celebration, the students of the Vocational School (who spent 3 weeks in Brighton) and 10 students of the Wirschaftsschule received their Europass documents.

Mr Markus Ferber, a parliamentarian of the European Parliament in Straßburg, gave the documents to the students.


After short presentations of both Erasmus projects, the mayor of Dinkelsbühl (Paul Beitzer) and the headmasters (Dr. Friedhart Nichterlein and Andreas Wedler) talked about the project.


The audience was made up of companies, parents and friends.

At the end of the event, everybody could enjoy food and drinks.




Last Days

Yesterday the students ended the week with wonderful lessons at school. They had an Italian lesson where they learnt some basic italian phrases, then some of them  were in the chemistry lab and others went in the gym to play football and volleyball. 
At 11 am the players went to Scoglio Lungo Beach to play some beach games like sack race, tug of war, and a couple for each team became some of the most famous people such as Adam and Eve, Julius Caesar and Cleopatra, Trump and Melania.

The BLUE one was the best team.

At lunch they had a barbecue all together at school and then we relaxed at the beach. 

In the aftenoon the students  played volleyball on the beach divided in national teams: Italy won, followed by Sweden and Germany.

After, all of them returned home to get ready for the party at school. It was great fun, the Swedish and German guys met many  other students from the Italian school. The party finished at midnight and then everybody went home.

Today the students met at school for the award ceremony: first was was the Blue team, second the Orange one followed by the Yellow and the White teams. Later they had lunch at home and at 1pm the Swedish guys said goodbye to the others and they leave. Tomorrow it’s time for Germans to return home.

All the students are very happy for this Project, they learnt many things about meeting  new people and different cultures. 

“SPORT EVENTS MAKE FRIENDS” motto worked perfectly. Today all of them were so sad to say goodbye to their new friends.

Fourth day in Asinara

Today Italians, Germans and Swedes met at the port of Porto Torres. At 08:15 they were ready to leave and go to Asinara.

They arrived there at 09:30 and then they had breakfast at the bar. Later they visited around and walking they went to ossuary. 

There they swam and had fun together.

Later they came back to the restaurant and had lunch. They also had a bit of relax laying in the garden.In the evening they came back to Porto Torres. 

Third day in Porto Torres

Today students met at Scogliolungo beach at 09:15. Teachers explained to them what they should do and then the competition started.

The teams were composed by 4 students : 2 girls and 2 boys. The first was a sprint competition in which Gaia Conti and Matteo Faedda were finalists.

Then students did a relay race and the blue team won.

The evening was spent in Sassari, visiting the city and doing shopping.

Second day in Sardinia 

On the second day Italian German and Swedish students went to Alghero and visited the town. 

After lunch they went to a guided tour of the Nuraghe of Palmavera, a typical  nuragic construction

then went to Lazzaretto Beach to get a bit of relax.

After dinner everyone back to school for the karaoke night. Divided into four team they played a game in which they had to sing in a language different from their own and the orange team won it!

First day in Porto Torres!

Today it’s started the last stage of Erasmus+ project in Italy!

The students from Germany and Sweden met the headmaster and found out  what they’re going to do this week. 

The italian students prepared some snacks to eat all together during the break in the canteen. 

At 11am they went all together to the beach to start the training for the canoa competition that will be on Wednesday.

All the students came back home for lunch and then they went to the Antiquarium divided in two groups. There they learnt how Romans people lived.

In the evening they went to gym to play basketball. They were divided in four team: each team had a colour. The students played eight match and at the end the “Blue” team has won. 

Final impressions by the Italian team!

21st May 2017. Returning back home from a wonderful week in Germany. But it really was like that for everyone? We made an interview to our Italian team at the airport, just before flying back to Sardinia! Just three simple questions:

1.”A couple words to describe your experience in Germany?”

2.”What did you enjoy the most?”

3.”What didn’t you like at all, instead?”

Go ahead to read the answers!


Antonio and Eros


Eros: It was a really cool experience!

Antonio: It was fantastic and I would do it again!


Eros: I enjoyed the mountain bike competition very much!

Antonio: I liked the mountain bike riding and the football match!


Eros: Actually there’s nothing that I didn’t like, because I enjoyed everything!

Antonio: It’s the same for me.



Chiara and Matteo


Matteo: Fantastic!

Chiara: Beautiful!


Matteo: The mountain bike riding, the competitions.. everything!

Chiara: The respect and the love that everyone has shown and the company they gave us.


Matteo: The fact that.. our car broke down!

Chiara: The fact that, at the beginning, I dind’t feel well.. but later everything fixed up!



Giovanni and Gabriele


Giovanni: It was a really beautiful experience and I would do it again!

Gabriele: Awesome, involving, funny!


Giovanni: My hosting family, the place.. and the culture they have!

Gabriele: The place, the city of Dinkelsbühl, the house where I stayed… everything.


Giovanni: The food and.. the strange driving manner that German people have.

Gabriele: The food for me too.



Nicole and Rossella


Nicole: Beautiful and interesting.

Rossella: Fantastic!


Nicole: The climbing and the mountain bike riding.

Rossella: The climbing.


Nicole: The food.

Rossella: Nothing, I liked everything!



Rachele and Arianna


Arianna: Wonderful!

Rachele: Maybe the best travel of my life!


Arianna: The climbing.

Rachele: The climbing and the typical bavarian dance!


Arianna: I don’t know…I enjoyed everything!

Rachele: The food.


So, in summation: the most hated thing was the food and the most loved one was the mountain bike. But we assure you that all of them had a lot of fun and made many other good experiences in Germany! We’d like to thank again all the families, the teachers and the guys that, willingly and kindly, made us possible to enjoy this unforgettable week! Thank you.

Hope you all appreciate this post!

Fifth Day in Germany!

Today the students spent the most of their time at school. In the morning, they take a guided tour in the “Kinderzeche” centre, the museum of the history and culture of Dinkelsbühl summer festival, where also original costumes and weapons are guarded.



Then, the students went back to school and they were split in groups to working on computers and making some brochures.



After a little break, the students enjoyed a traditional Bavarian dance lesson!


In the afternoon, the students played football in the school court. They made many matches and, eventually, every team won!


In the evening, there was a barbecue where students, teachers and parents ate all together in the school.



After dinner, all the students danced and had a good time at the disco party in the school! There were live music, balloons, a little buffet and drinks. It was very nice!