INDIVIDUAL PUPIL MOBILITY
A European learning experience for secondary school pupils
SPAIN-SWEDEN August 2012 – November 2012
Alba González Cueto
Alberte Abad Barreiro
Alicia Casanova Adán
Daniel Serrano López
Samuel Ferreiro Fernández
Susana Gueimonde Méndez
2011 October-November: Consulta y preselección.
10.11.2011: Thursday. 14:15. Application deadline – Fecha límite de presentación de solicitudes.
22.11.2011: Tuesday. 11.15. Drawing lots – Sorteo para la elaboración de una lista provisional.
13.03.2012: Tuesday. 18.00. Library. Meeting (parents and students). Biblioteca. Reunión (padres y alumnos).
26.06.2012: Tuesday. 18.00. Library. Meeting (parents and students). Biblioteca. Reunión (padres y alumnos).
OUR SWEDISH PARTNERS
THIS IS TIBBLE F. GYMNASIUM – TÄBY, SWEDEN
Our school has been selected by the Spanish National Agency (OAPEE) for the new COMENIUS Individual Pupil Mobility programme CIPM 2012-13
OAPEE – Navia (Asturias)
25 June, 2012
Pre-departure training for outgoing pupils & contact teachers Jornada Informativa para la Movilidad del Alumnado.
Stockholm – Sweden. A NEW HOME, NEW FRIENDS AND A NEW SCHOOL
16-18 August, 2012
Katarina Fjelkner and the Swedish students organized some beautiful days for us in Täby and Stockholm. The weather was warm and sunny, bar the occasional thunderstorm, and the city was full of promise for our young students. We went sightseeing in amazing Stockholm, and enjoyed a guided visit of Tibble Gymnasium. Our hard-working students started their lessons on Monday , 20 August. You’re young and full of energy, Enjoy this adventure!
19 September, 2012
Our brave students and their Swedish friends. Smile, learn and be happy! Photos below: Susana Gueimonde Méndez.
30 September, 2012
Cheerful summer is over and mellow autumn has begun. One month and a half in Sweden. Make the most of your programme! I am very proud of my MAC students, they know why 😉 Photos below: Alba González Cueto and Alicia Casanova Adán.
Warmest regards to our Swedish friends: students, teachers and families. Tack tack.
13 October, 2012
This is a “pupil” mobility programme, but families in both countries play such an important role that it is actually a “family mobility programme” too. Some families have travelled to Sweden to see their children’s progress, meet the Swedish students and families and enjoy a visit to this wonderful Scandinavian country. And not just parents, grandparents and siblings too! As it should be, don’t you agree? Photos below: María Xesús Adán López, Alicia’s mother.
28 October, 2012
Daniel Serrano, Caj Wallenskog and their German friend have taken fantastic pics in Kiruna, Lapland,
145 kilometres north of the arctic circle. Come browse! Photos below: Daniel Serrano.
Our students’ blogs
OAPEE (Organismo Autónomo de Programas Educativos Europeos). Spanish.
OAPEE > COMENIUS > Movilidad Alumnado (Spanish).
OAPEE > COMENIUS > Movilidad Alumnado > Convocatoria 2011 / Guía 2011 / Formulario 2011 / Guía Países / Ficha Acción / Folleto (Spanish).
AFS. Intercultura España
AFS. Intercultural Programs USA
Insurance (AXA) (English – French)
SWEDEN / SVERIGE
International Programme Office for Education and Training
Box 220 07
S-104 22 Stockholm
◦ Tel: +46 8 453.72.00
◦ Fax: +46 8 453.72.01
◦ E-mail: email@example.com
SPANISH EMBASSY (STOCKHOLM)
P.O. Box 10295,100 55 Stockholm – Djurgårdsvägen, 21 -115 21 Stockholm.
Tel: +46 8 52 280 800
Fax: +46 8 66 03034
Learning mobility, i.e. transnational mobility for the purpose of acquiring new skills is one of the fundamental ways in which individuals, particularly young people, can strengthen their future employability as well as their personal development. Studies confirm that learning mobility adds to human capital, as students access new knowledge and develop new linguistic skills and intercultural competences. Furthermore, employers recognise and value these benefits. Europeans who are mobile as young learners are more likely to be mobile as workers later in life. Learning mobility has played an important role in making education and training systems and institutions more open, more European and international, more accessible and efficient.
EU Green Paper on Promoting the Learning Mobility of Young People (Brussels, 2009)