The last day in England was very sad, but also very exciting because we went to school with our exchange partner! In the first two lessons we had geography and maths. After the break we had to present our presentations. Than we had an English lesson and after this, we had the best lesson of tge day: food technology, and we cooked a pizza. After this we had a little tea party and then we had to go to the airport. There were a lot of tears as we had to go. [Clara]
in Berlin! For example: cooking, D.T. and reading lesson. I think cooking is very cool, I want to have cooking in Berlin, too!
Different from my school in Berlin the English school begins quite
late. You can recognise the students of the school because of the uniforms. My exchange partner had to change the room every lesson and she had to go into other buildings. I think the ways in my
school are shorter. In the morning the class of my partner got together and they wached the news. Already henceforward you could see the daily routine because of the recurring interrogation of
presence. The teacher said the name and they had to answer something like: "Yes Sir/Madame" or in another languages "Ja Frau" and "Oui Mme". [Paula]
We saw six lessons at Robert-May-school and I was very surprised. It was so much more disciplined than at our school. I like the idea of school uniforms, but this one looked very uncomfortable. In the lessons the pupils were quiter than in our lessons. Everybody was friendly and nice. My first impression was very very good!!!!❤️❤️❤️ [Charlotte]