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Завершающий этап игры «Журналист»

В начале октября группа ребят из нашей школы отправилась в Финляндию, чтобы провести третий этап игры «Журналист» в рамках программы Nordplus Junior (грантовая помощь Совета министров северных стран). В проекте участвовали также ученики Финско-русской школы Восточной Финляндии и Таллиннского Линнамяэского русского лицея.
Первый этап проекта проходил год назад у нас в Риге. Он состоял из двух игр: первая была посвящена экономической жизни Риги, а вторая –  истории. Чтобы познакомить начинающих журналистов с разными отраслями латвийской экономики, для первой встречи организаторы выбрали как инновационные, так и классические для городской экономики предприятия. Так, в начале ноября старшеклассников принимали Рижский универсальный терминал, производитель стёкол с нано-покрытием Groglass, изготовитель пресс-форм Skan-Tooling, газовая компания Elme Messer L и телекоммуникационная SAF Tehnika. Вторая игра была связана с изучением истории, поэтому ученикам было предложено посетить несколько наиболее известных музеев Риги: Музей истории латвийской железной дороги, Военный музей Латвии, Рижский Мотор-музей, Латвийский Национальный художественный музей, Музей истории Риги и мореходства. За пару часов ребятам надо было успеть взять интервью у представителей организаций, а также подготовить полноценный репортаж и презентацию с фотографиями тех мест, где они побывали. Результат их работы оценили опытные журналисты.
Второй этап состоялся в Таллинне. Участникам проекта представилась возможность изучить работу различных организаций, связанных с формальным и неформальным образованием в городе Таллинне.
В начале октября этого года наши ребята вместе с ребятами из Таллиннского Линнамяэского русского лицея отправились в Финляндию.

Great Britain



First of all, I really wanted to fly to England because I really love English and I’ve always wanted to speak with English people. I spoke with a lot of people and it was unbeliveable experience for me!

When we arrived to England I was really shocked in a positive way, because all the people were so polite! I was so happy! The family with whom me and Michael were staying was simply amazing! I felt there as if I was at home, because they were really cool! They gave us really tasty English food and we spoke about a lot of interesting things in the evening, like life in England and Latvia, and so on.

Then, in the morning St. Gregory’s School met us really nicely. They prepared a very interesting plan for us. Everything in a shedule was about water, even food! We ate fish and chips there. We visited a lot of interesting places, like Chesil beach, The Museum of Roman Baths, The City Council and others, and the met a lot of interesting people.

I liked working on the project and I learned a lot about the water, which we use from the tap and only there I realised what hard work is needed to make it usable.


Vladislav Jevstifejev 10A




That was my first visit to the UK. I don’t want to write too much, but I just want to say thank you to my host family, to Saint Gregory’s School, to my group, and the students from other countries! It was an unforgettable experience, a great chance to improve my English and an amazing journey. These memories will stay with us forever. I liked working on the project, too. Now I know, that our generation should work really hard to improve water quality and to prevent floods. Thank you for the warm welcome!




I have never taken part in such kind of projects, so for me this experience was really useful. Thanks to “Erasmus+” for giving us the possibility to communicate with different students from different countries. We were able to improve our language skills, to hear different accents and to make friends with people, who are of the same age, but whose priorities are totally different. It was interesting to compare everything, because our lifestyles and our societies are actually different. When you visit the country as a tourist, you usually learn it skin-deep. In my opinion, this program gave us a chance to see, what the real life in different countries was. I think that every person is amazing and unique. It does not matter what country you are from and what your native language is. It is fantastic that we can communicate without any problems. I also want to say “thank you” to our teachers.

Vasilisa Rinkevich




I have never taken part in such projects before, but I think this experience would be very useful to me due to a great deal of communication with people. I would like to thank 'Erasmus+ New Waves' for giving the opportunity to meet students from the countries all around the world. It helped me to improve my language skills, make friends with people with various interests and backgrounds. It was interesting to compare my lifestyle with theirs because of different traditions. When you visit a country as a tourist you don't get the opportunity to really feel its traditions and lifestyle in comparison with when you get a chance to meet the people who then can properly introduce you to the traditions of their country and tell you about their origins.