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Blimey! Nearly two of the three weeks in London are over. But luckily our students have already got so many impressions and gathered so much experience, it'll last a life-time.
Thursday a week ago, after four really stressful and exciting days, our 19 students had their last day at the ECBM: the big final was to give a presentation on their training company back in Germany. And – not a big surprise for us teachers – all did really very well.
Die TFA10 übernimmt die Tierpatenschaft für das Kattaweibchen „Manila".
Seit dem 01. November 2017 ist es offiziell, die TFA10 hat ein Patenkind im Tiergarten Straubing. Dies lässt sich beinahe schon als Tradition an der Mathias-von-Flurl-Schule beschreiben.
Skopje und die Medical School
StR Michael Hien schildert seine Eindrücke
Das Bayerische Staatsinstitut für Schulqualität und Bildungsforschung (ISB) hat vom 29.10.2017 bis 04.11.2017 ein Bildungsprogramm „Erasmus+" angeboten. Neben unserem Lehrer StR Michael Hien haben 17 weitere KollegInnen aus Bayern an diesem Projekt teilgenommen. Dieses interkulturelle Bildungsprojekt führte die Teilnehmer in eine berufliche Oberschule der mazedonische Hauptstadt Skopje. ...
Greetings from sunny London
Yesterday morning, on Sunday 5 November 2017 at 08:00 am, 19 students as well as two teachers arrived safe and sound at an incredibly sunny city which had been waiting for them: the megacity of London. After half an hour of really hard work - for the teachers as well as the employee of London Transport - everybody got his Oyster Card, which is used for public transport in London.
Then we used three different lines of the unbelievably big tube network to get the easiest way to our host families and "checked in". As luckily nobody fell into the gap ("Please, mind the gap!"), we met at half past two at Leytonstone Station, so that the students could make themselves familiar with their way to the ECBM (European College of Business and Management), the college they started their one week of hard studying this morning.
It's now only two weeks until 18 students will start their Erasmus+ Work Experience in magnificent London. Last Friday, on 20 October 2017, we had our last meeting before take-off.
After a short, but nevertheless, warm welcome by the headmaster Mr Kiese as well as the assistant director Mrs Obermeier-Fenzl, we started into the last session of preparing the students for their three weeks in London.