TPM Greece

The second transnational meeting of the programme took place in Rethymno,
Greece, from 19/04/2018 – 21/04/2018. The first day, the nine teachers were officially
welcomed at the Town Hall and at the Regional Unit of Rethymno. They took part at
a guided tour in the Old Town and the castle of Fortezza. Then, we all travelled to
southern Crete, we visited the picturesque villages of Plakias and Sellia and saw the
view from above of the famous beach Preveli.
The second day the students and teachers of the 7 th  Primary School of
Rethymno welcomed the partners with songs and traditional dances and they
presented traditional games in the school yards and at our adopted park next to the
school. The meeting took place at the new Public Library of Rethymno. After
returning at school, we all ate traditional food prepared by teachers and parents.
The third and last day of the programme, we visited Heraklion, the largest city
of Crete, and we all had the opportunity to see the ancient castle of Knossos and the
Archaeological Museum.

2nd TPM in Greece

The second transnational meeting of the programme took place in Rethymno, Greece, from 19/04/2018 – 21/04/2018. The first day, the nine teachers were officially welcomed at the Town Hall and at the Regional Unit of Rethymno. They took part at a guided tour in the Old Town and the castle of Fortezza. Then, we all travelled to southern Crete, we visited the picturesque villages of Plakias and Sellia and saw the view from above of the famous beach Preveli. The second day the students and teachers of the 7th Primary School of Rethymno welcomed the partners with songs and traditional dances and they presented traditional games in the school yards and at our adopted park next to the school. The meeting took place at the new Public Library of Rethymno. After returning at school, we all ate traditional food prepared by teachers and parents. The third and last day of the programme, we visited Heraklion, the largest city of Crete, and we all had the opportunity to see the ancient castle of Knossos and the Archaeological Museum. 

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