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Sunday, 16th October by Saskia
By     |    Nov 11, 2011
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Sunday, 16th October by Saskia

At 8 o’clock in the morning, we went to Vouziers with two mini busses and three teachers. We saw a lot , for example: Belgium! (: As we were in Belgium, we ate fries and then we drove on. We had many breaks. In the trip we were all nervous because we didn’t know what to expect but after a time we all calmed down. We laughed a lot . […]

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Comments on 1st Meeting
By     |    Oct 23, 2011
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Comments on 1st Meeting

  This post is especially for making comments on our 1st meeting in Vouziers. Wether you are a student, parent, teacher or were otherwise involved (or not), tell us your opinion or even write a short story from your point of view. We want to know it all, so just click on the headline and start writing. If it is absolutely not possible to write in English, use your native […]

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What is “WeCAN”?
By     |    Oct 10, 2011
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What is “WeCAN”?

Welcome to our blog and website “WeCAN” of the multilateral Comenius partners Collège Vouziers – Le Chesne (F), Bodmin College (UK), I.E.S. La Rocha, Telde (ESP) and the coordinator Schule an der Mühle, Bederkesa (D). “WeCAN” is about the climate change, alternative energies and about the things we can do to live with the change. “WeCAN” is also about doing this things, so We enforce Climate Action Now! On this […]

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Meeting in Vouziers, France
By     |    Oct 10, 2011
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Meeting in Vouziers, France

Next week from Sunday 16th October to Saturday 22nd October we’ll have the first meeting of this project in Vouziers, France. 6 students and 2 teachers from Spain and 10 students and 2 teachers from England will arrive by plane in Paris. The English delegation will arrive on sunday and then go from Paris to Reims by train. There they will be picked up by the parents of the French students. The […]

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