Wednesday, 28 May 2008

Cinnamon buns

25 g margarine
1 dl milk
12,5 g yeast
0,25 dl sugar
½ pinch of salt
2,5-3 dl flour

1 spoon of margarine
1 spoon of sugar
½ teaspoon of cinnamon

On top
Pearl sugar

1. Melt the margarine in a pot.
2. Add the milk and heat into 370.
3. Crumb the yeast in a bowl. Add liquid ingrediens. Mix with a wooden spoon.
4. Add sugar, salt and 2 dl of flour.
5. Work the dough flexible and add more flour.
6. Let the dough yeast for about 10 minutes below a baking cloth.
7. Heat up the stove until 250o.
8. Butter the baking-plate.
9. Work the dough on a flour bakeboard.
10. Roll out until a rectangle.
11. Add the filling on the dough and roll it.
12. Cut into 10 buns and put them on the baking-plate.
13. Let the buns yeast with a baking cloth on top.
14. Brush with a beaten egg and add pearl sugar.
15. Bake in the stove for about 6 minutes. Let the buns cool of on a grid
Read what the local newspaper Östra Småland wrote about the project meeting: Östra Småland

Read what the local newspaper Barometern wrote about the project meeting: Barometern

the Students´programme during the meeting

The Comenius group on a trip to Öland.

The last day we did an evaluation about the meeting: Here you can read the results: Evaluation

Alexandra´s diary

Tuesday, 27 May 2008

The First Meeting in Sweden

Due to Lifelong Learning Programme we can meet in wonderful Sweden.

Monday, 26 May 2008

A day in Karlskrona.

From the left; Anette, Sten, Hanna and Marta.

Sten puts some money into the big money-box called Rosenbom.

Thank you for all good laughs.

Today is Monday and we are back to ordinary school days. We are talking a lot about all fun we had last week. That week will be a memory for life for many students but also for us teachers. We learnt a lot but we also realized that our school conditions aren't so bad. No more complaining from us because you told us that we have a very beautiful school, didn’t you?
We teachers had a great time together and here are some pictures from our meetings. Thank you for all good laughs.
Ann-Christin, Caroline and Anette.

Olssonska Gården

We were in a building called Olssonska Gården and we guided our guests around in the biggest house. We showed them the handcrafts that people in our municipality have made. They liked the handcrafts and everyone bought things from there. For example butter knives and fridge magnets. Then we showed them the second floor. It’s like a museum with rooms that looks like the Swedish homes in the beginning of the 1900th. We think that they thought it was interesting. We also showed them the Rooster in Torsås market and we talked about the history of it. We told them about the worlds biggest wood spoon which stands in Gullabo. We understood each other very well and we thought it was fun to meet them.
By: Emma and Cajsa 9D

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Journey - "Cudowna Podróż"

Our first journey
The suitcase is ready. Tomorrow we are flying to Kalmar. The Polish group consists of three teachers and four students. Our new Swedish and Czech colleagues will be waiting for us.
Nasza pierwsza podróż
Walizka już gotowa. Jutro lecimy do Kalmar. Polska grupa składa sie z trzech nauczycieli i czterech uczniów. Nasi nowi szwedzcy i czescy koledzy będą nas oczekiwać.

Torsås municipality

Gullabosleven - the biggest wood ladle in the world

The first the 10-year old Melvin saw when he raised from the ground was a small village with about 50 houses. He saw Gullabo church from above and he also glimpsed the big wood ladle, as he used to play by when he was younger. The village looked calm and what stood out the most against the rest of the village was the fresh green, big football pitch, which was situated near the old railway station and the school of Gullabo.
The helicopter drove through the moisture air and the ground below was mostly covered by forest. The little boy saw at the main road some big lorries drive eastward, he knew because Bergkvara is situated that way.
Along the main road he could see houses, both occasional and in smaller areas and after a while they started to approach the capital village of the municipality Torsås. Some big fields spread out and the houses were closer to each other.
Through some treetops he could see a peaceful steam flow, it was the Torsåsriver.
He could also see the church of Torsås and its big churchyard. It was Sunday and it was probably worship because the car park was full of cars.
Next to the car park he saw Ekbacken and its amphie theater. It was the end of April and the grass was newly cut, the wood anemones in the small wooded hillside were almost faded and the oaks were going to get the first leafs of the spring. A man was going to wash one of the windows at one of the small houses in the park of Ekbacken and a lady sat on a bench and watched to the amphie theater. That is where the ceremony of the ending of term is kept, midsummer celebrating and other special things that we celebrate.
Next to Ekbacken Melvin saw a pretty big, light yellow house, Korrespondensgymnasiet. You can study there even if you live in another country and Melvin thought it sounded great.
Just a bit away from the upper secondary school he saw Torskolan. The thing that’s special with Torskolan from the other schools in the municipality is that Torskolan has a senior level.
Just a bit away from the school he could see the big metal cock of Torsås. It is a statue placed centrally in the village and it’s the municipality’s symbol.
The helicopter drove east and before he saw houses so far as the eye could see and now they started to decrease and on his west side he saw two big football pitches. It’s called Torshammar, which belong to the football club Torsås Goif and Melvin knew that many football games have been played there.
When they drove from Torshammar he watched on his right side. There’s an industry area and suddenly was the asphalt, as he was used to see the ground was full of, become forest and field ground.
A long, brown line went through the small scenery and that’s the walkway Lionsleden, which goes from Torsås to Bergkvara.
The helicopter flight continued and Melvin saw that a new village was coming closer. They came to Bergkvara and the weather changed from foggy to really nice with sun shining. They kept on the flight east and on Melvin’s right side he could see the school of Bergkvara and a lot of houses around. They met a screaming seagull and Melvin and his father understood that the sea was close to them. They saw Skytteholmen and it’s party place and grass blew for the rotary blades and they could feel the wonderful smell of the sea and seaweed and the sea was glinting in front of them. They saw different kinds of boats in the water and some lucky boat owners were going out with their boats for a ride. Some kids went along the beach in Dalskär with a dog and an old man was going to get the minigolf course on the camping a spring clean. Some swans swam peacefully in the blue water and a bit away there was a lighthouse. Melvin’s dad told him that it was the lighthouse island Garpen. He took the course that way and when they almost were there, Melvin saw some small, red houses and a big lighthouse. The dad told him that it’s like a hotel, so you can sleep there if you want to. They drove to the village again and in the south of Bergkvara Melvin saw a brown and white chapel with a bell tower. On a field outside the chapel they parked the helicopter and they walked out in the grass to take a deep breath of fresh air in Bergkvara.

Karolina Erlandsson 8B

This is the rooster, the
symbol of Torsås.

The lady who works in the
bakery. They make very ´good
cakes here.

The bakery

An outdoor lesson with the
Spanish group and their teacher

David in front of the sign of

Allfargatan, the main street
in Torsås.

Torskolan 8th grade

Emil, Philip, Jasmine, Linnéa, Ida, Amanda, Patric, Emma
David, Paulina

Hi! This is a picture of the Swedish/English group at Torskolan grade 8. We have two lessons every week and we are 20 students and three teachers. Right now we are working on the Comenius project and prepare the visit from Poland and the Czech Republic

Monday, 19 May 2008

The Swedish host students

Here we are .... Your host students in Sweden. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Sunday, 18 May 2008

View from my bedroom window.

Isn't it a wonderful view I have from my bedroom window? Our house is surrounded by rapeseed-fields now. The sweet scent of rapeseed is so lovely.

My family

my sister

my parents

My family is very important for me. My family help me in many problems, make me fell necessary.

My parents love me and my sister. My mother is Beata and father - Jarosław. My father is older than my mother. My dad works in mine. My mum doesn't work, she is mistress of the house.

My sister Klaudia is 8 years old. She is going to Primary School. When I began Primary School by sister was born. I was very happy, that I have sister. Now we always argue, but we love each other.

Summing up, I love my family very much and I think that my parents and sister are very important for me.


Bela Vezha Park is a national park which is situated in east Poland and Belarus. It is the home of wisent. Wisent is a member of the bison family.

The wisents

Wisent is the largest of Polich mammals. A wisent can be 200 cm tall and weigh 1000 kg. Wisents are very big and strong. They are herbivorous. There are now only about 3400 wisents left in world.
Wisents live in small family groups of about fifteen. Pregnancy lasts 265 days. Babies weigh 16-35 kg.

Wisent's head is very big. It has small eyes, wide and protruding forhead, short horns and thick neck.

Wisent eats herbs, grass, leaves, bark and acorns. Wisent eats 40-60 kg in 1 day.

Thursday, 15 May 2008




The audience


Before going to Sweden we are as busy as ... a little red hen. Today it was so called Open Door day at our school. Kids from kindergarten and their parents came to see our school. Guess, what play our students put on?

Welcome Tereza and Petr

Here we are, Felicia and Olliver and we are in grade 6. We want to say welcome to Petr and Tereza. We can't wait ....

Spring pics

Tuesday, 13 May 2008

Polish students and their parents

Torsås municipality

Photo: Garpen

The little, little girl gets on the gray sparrow and it takes of from the ground. They start from her home village, Bergkvara, a very small but beautiful village, in the southern Småland, just a couple of miles from the old port town Karlskrona. At the same time the sparrow takes of, the girl turns her head and looks out at the sea. She gets the sun in her eyes so she has to peer. But she can still see the seven crystal white wind power stations spin far away at sea. Garpen stands so magnificent on its little island and the little houses with their white corners surround the lighthouse like a fort. They fly for a while and then they get a glimpse at the school. They can hear screams and laughter. The little girl looks jealously down at all the children who are running at the hill. She remembers last winter when her parents took her there to play in the snow. The girl turns her head away sees the little chapel and the brown clock tower with the clocks playing beautifully. The sparrow and the girl continue their trip, soon they will come out of Bergkvara. They follow the grey road away. Everything she can see now are a few houses by the road, and behind them big fields. The houses get more and soon they arrive to another little village, Söderåkra. The girl sees Ekbacken with all its threes. They pass the school and once again the little girl looks jealously down at all the playing kids. The girl notices Sofia-Magdalena church and a tear falls down from her cheek. She tries to discern her parents grave, but they are way to high. The sparrow makes a little left turn to the sea. The fly past a wind power station that stands next to a golf course. The sparrow starts to fly faster. First are only fields and forest, but then more houses come and they are in Djursvik, with all the little houses, the little boats and the small beach. She looks to the left and sees the nature reserve, Örarevet. The sparrow continues out over the sea, to Öland, towards another country, another continent, who knows where the sparrow and the little, little girl are today.

/Rebecka Fandrey

Czech Comenius group

Zbyněk is a student from 8th grade. As many boys in our school he is keen on football and floorball.

Petr is from 8th grade too - he and Zbyněk are classmates and friends. They play together in our school football and floorball team.

This is Diana, a student from 7th grade.

The little red hen is going to the beach.

Here's a quite new story about the little red hen and her friends. It's written by Alexandra and Jonna in 9C and they are going to introduce it to you on 22 May. That's the day that we are going down to the sea to have some games and other fun activities.

On the beach
It was a sunny, beautiful and warm day, and the little red hen was beginning to sweat under her thick feathers. She wanted to bring her friends to go batheing in the ocean. First, the little red hen went to visit her mate, the dog, to ask him if he wanted to join her at the beach. When she came to his place, the hen got a nice surprise. There were all of her friends! The mouse and the cat had both gone to the dog to ask if he wanted to come along to the beach, together with the others in the gang. They went together down to the beach, and the cat suggested that they could play rounders (“burn ball”) before they took a dip in the ocean. After a while, the mouse fell into a small hole, and he couldn’t climb up again.
“I’ll save you” said the cat and put her tail into the hole, so that her friend could climb up. The dog said that it was time to take a swim, because all of the friends were drenched in sweat. All the friends went fore a refreshing bathe, but suddenly, the hen started to scream. She couldn’t swim! “I’ll save you!” said the dog. “Hurry upp!” squeaked the mouse. “I don’t feel like swimming anymore” said the cat when everyone sat safe on the beach.
“What’s that?” asked the hen and pointed at something big and grey... An elephant! And it was hurtling towards them! It ran straight to the dog, that had to flee for his life. “I’ll save you” screamed the mouse. “Hey, you big thing! I’m a mouse, leave my friend alone!”. And as the most people know, elephants are very scared of mice. So the elephant now began to run for his life. “Shall we go home?” asked the dog. “OK” answered the others, and they began to walk home. But they had not gone far before a big, ugly bird flew down and took the cat’s back with its big claws. “I’ll save you!” clucked the hen and flew up and bit the bird, so it let go of the cat. (Well, everybody knows that hens really can’t fly, but this is my story, so this one can!)

What a dangerous, but exciting, day it had been for all of the friends! When they’re together, nothing can hurt them. And that is just one of the things that are great with having friends.

Alexandra and Jonna 9C

Czech Comenius group

Hello ! Here you can see students from Základní škola in Dub nad Moravou who are going to Sweden.There are 8 people in the group altogether - 5 girls and 3 boys.
Girls from 6th grade from the left: Petra, Katka, Tereza and Lenka.

Monday, 12 May 2008

Water drops

Many people are thinking that it’s not much they can do to help poor people in the world, so they just don’t care. But in our class 9A we are trying to help. We are selling small blue water drops. We are 27 in our class and we are selling 5 pair each. They cost 25 kr and from this we get 5 kr and 20 kr go to Unicef. Unicef is helping people all over the world and the money that we collect goes to Ethiopia so the people can get clean water. Only 22% of the households have clean water and only 17% have access to a working toilet. Many people get sick when they drink the dirty water. The people that get sick has to be carried to the closest hospital and for the little boy Salemu it means 17 km. It takes 15 to 20 men that take turns to carry the patient. Some kids can’t go to school because they have to go and get water. The journey can be long and risky.

If you wear a drop, you even wear an important message: Clean water is a human right!



I gar tog vi promenad pa Jastrzebie for att vi hade velat fotografiera vara vackra platser som befinner sig i Jastrzebie.Vi har bott har,har gatt till skola,vara foraldrar har jobbat har.Var promenad borjade vi i Gamla stan.Den heter <>.Orden <> betyder"kallan"/ mineral kallan/Pa gamla tider hade varit den platsen korort.I dag ingar Zdroj till industri omrode/grov kol/ Har finns det ocksa vacker park lika stor som pa 19-talet.I gamal korortsbygnad finns det hogskola/unversitet/ ny tiden. Jolanta F.

Sunday, 11 May 2008

Around Jastrzębie

Jas-Mos, Zofiówka and Pniówek are three coal mines where many of our fathers work.

Around Jastrzębie

Jastrzębie Zdrój is is situated in the south of Poland. When the weather is nice we can see nearby mountains out of our school windows. The mountain range is called The Beskidy. Part of them is in the Czech republic. Today Jastrzębie is an industral town. Most inhabitants live in modern blocks of flats and work in three coal mines. The Town Hall is where the President of Town work. So do our parents.