18 maj 2017

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Utvärdering av Hekimas besök på S:t Petri skola

Längd: Lagom längd. Beror på programmet. Svårt att vara borta från skolan men 9-10 dagar (inkl resa) hade varit bra.

Tid på året: april och början av maj skulle fungera. Efter lite resonerande skulle nog även september fungera.

Program: 

+ fördelar:

  • Renligheten i Sverige
  • Green roof
  • Lund. Katedralen
  • Sydsvenskan.
  • Familjerna. Att familjer samlas vid middagen för samtal. Männen lagar mat.
  • Rundtur på landet
  • – Utvecklingsmöjligheter:
  • Ville ha sett SYSAV
  • Ale stenar (för ont om tid)

Saknade: 

  • Möns klint
  • Mer i klassrummet. Labbar
  • Tid för reflektion och läxor. Både för vuxna och elever

Svenska elever: hade velat ha fler eftermiddagar tillsammans. Fika

EVA DAUN

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Annonser

Avslutningsfest hos fam Eva Daun

18 maj 2017

Sista kvällen i Sverige och i Malmö hade Hekima Girls’ Secondary School hemma hos familjen Daun. Eva och hennes man, Christer, ordnade en fin tillställning och en fin farvälavslutning med god mat, bra umgänge och gav också presenter till Hekima.

Det blev många och långa samtal men också mycket god mat med en läcker tårta med internationell prägel.

Natten till torsdagen den 18 maj åkte sedan Hekima hem via Amsterdam och Entebbe, Uganda, och nådde sedan Hekima i Tanzania under lördagen den 20 maj.

S:t Petri skola inledde för övrigt samarbetet med Hekima i november 2009 och samarbetet har sedan dess pågått varje år. Eva Daun, Magnus Grahn och Eva Henriksson var de som 2009 initierade samarbetet.

Magnus deltog nu i avslutningsfesten och hade också med sina två barn, se också bilden ovan.  Annars inleddes avslutningen med en givande utvärdering, se kommande sida.

 

My impressions in Sweden

17 maj 2017

Before coming to Sweden I was very happy to hear that I am going to, because I didn´t expect it could ever happen. When I started the journey it was like the plane was going very slow. When we reached Sweden I was so surprised of the weather conditions. It was very cold and I was freezing in such a way that I didn´t expected. But as the time went on I got used to the weather and all in all the weather got better .

I was so happy for the warmly welcome we got from the students who were in Tanzania for their diploma projects, who also had the flowers which were very nice and looked pretty. I was a bit surprised because I knew that this is not a Swedish tradition and I thought that we were so special.

On the friday we visited Augustenborg and from this I was so impressed by the cooling effect done by the plants, since the solar panels are placed together with the plants at which when they evaporate they cool the solar panels and therefore retain their efficiency. Through this they had a project where the solar panels are put over the windows to prevent the sunlight and at the same time they are used to generate electricity. Below there is a waterchannel with plants around the water and through evaporation they help to cool the solar panels. I liked this because I saw it very technical.

On Saturday we visited Lund which is a small city. It is well planned and from Lund I was impressed by the cathedral which is very old and very huge and inside it there is a clock which have two people on top and they have swords. The two people tend to fight as it reaches noon. I liked this because it is done automatically. No one stands to control it. We also visited the botanical garden which I liked most because there are a lot of flowers which looked so nice and most of the flowers looked so pretty when they were of the same type in one area.

On Monday we went to Ale Stenar where there were stones which was said to be put by some people, which to me was somehow unbelievable, because they are very big and they seem to be very heavy. The environment around the stones was very good for a person to stay, having a nice view. I think it is because it is near to the Baltic Sea. On the same day we visited beaches, where some beaches had stones which we had learnt about in school, they were limestone and sprint stones. We visited many beaches and lastly we went to a certain church which was among the oldest church in Malmö with a beautiful garden around it.

On Tuesday we had a good schedule because we got some time to rest and refresh, but I enjoyed the discussion which took place between 10:50 a.m to 12:00 noon among us and the students in the first year at S:t Petri skola. The students who we had a discussion with were really nice and they were not shy. We all discussed together and everyone participated in the discussions and I think we all learnt new things.

I also learnt more new things like environmental preservation where Sweden uses technologies and materials which don’t pollute the environment. For example the use of bicycles help to make the air clean and they replace cars whose smoke pollute the air. Not only the air is preserved but also land where there are dustbins on the roadsides which help to keep the environment clean.

When I was in Sweden we stayed in different houses and I was impressed with how the parents stayed with their children.

JOYCE

 

My impressions in Sweden

17 maj 2017

It was beyond expectations, being in Sweden for some days. I have learned a lot through visiting different places and talking to some people. Everything was good. Including, welcoming ceremony which was done by St Petri student and teachers, places we visited such as Ecocity Augustenborg, Sydsvenskan, Bunkeflo church, Triangeln, Lund, Malmo Museum, Ale stenar and many other places.

More so I was impressed by the good arrangement of Malmo city. The city is well planned with lots of flowers along the roads which make it even more beautiful.

I was also impressed by the cleanliness of the city. The places we visited in Malmo were very clean and attractive.

Having less traffic jam in Sweden was another thing I liked. I was so happy about that. In Sweden most people bike than driving cars. This helps not only to reduce traffic jams but also conserve the environment since Bicycles do not produce smoke that would otherwise pollute the environment.

Generally, my visit in Sweden has exposed me to the experience I wouldn’t have gotten at this time. Thank you everyone who made my visit possible.

By ANATOLIA MUGANYIZI

Hekima undersöker Malmö

15 maj 2017

Lärare och elever från Hekima har gjort flera olika studiebesök. Flera lärare och elever från S:t Petri har gjort alla dessa studiebesök möjliga. Bland annat har följande besökts och studerats:

Ecocity Augustenborg, Bunkeflo församling och kyrka  samt Malmö museum och centrala Malmö i form av bland annat Triangeln.

Se också nedanstående bilder. Säger en bild mer än tusen ord…?

 

 

 

Hekima – Welcome to S:t Petri School!!!

15 maj 2017

Hekima Girls’ Secondary School from, Tanzania arrived to S:t Petri School the 11th of May and here are som pictures:

En dag i Lund

13 maj 2017

Hekima tillbringade hela lördagen i Lund, där fokus låg på domkyrkan men också stadsplanering och den botaniska trädgården. Sedan bidrog rektorn Sr Vestina, läraren Mr Musa Moussa samt eleverna Anatolia och Joyce till att det blev bra samtal och diskussioner.

Och tänk vad vädret – nästan 20 grader varmt – på alla sätt bidrog till en fin temperatur! Rektor Vestina & co trivdes i sommarvärmen, som ändå är bland den lägsta temperaturen som Kagera-regionen, Bukoba and Hekima i Tanzania har.

Vi hann också med att se olika delar av Lund och dessutom med härligt väder:

 

”Lund – the beautiful garden”

13 maj 2017

I visited  different places in Lund city and learn a lot. The things which I like most is arrangement of the city and cleanless.

The city was were arranged with beautiful houses and  was very clean. With the beautiful garden of different flowers.

MUSA MAMBO…

…from Hekima, Bukoba and Tanzania.

A visit in Lund 2

13 maj 2017

VISIT TO LUND

Today, Saturday, we visited Mr. Magnus in Lund. Actually it was a fun day where I really enjoyed. I was very happy to see the Magnus’ family in Tanzanian T-shirts. I was also happy to see Linnea a beautiful and loving girl. Upon our arrival we enjoyed sweet drinks and other sustenance and then walked around the Lund city.

Joyce likes Lund

We visited the Cathedral which is a very large and old church. In here you find groups of people with various interests. While others come for liturgical services like baptism some come for tourists purposes. However, the church is beautiful and unique in so many ways, the clock in particular is amazing and whoever invented it deserves the best.

Generally, we had so much fun in the botanical garden in Lund in this beautiful day and weather.  People enjoyed the weather as you could tell from the various social activities they engaged in. While others busked in the sun and enjoyed refreshments some people played sports and games. It was really fun.

JOYCE

 

Lund Cathedral was very appricited

 

Tanzanias dag i Lund

13 maj 2017

A DAY IN LUND

It was a very good and fun day with the Grahn family in Lund. I was so impressed with the Grahn family in Tanzanian clothes. I felt at home really.

Visiting different places in Lund was something good to do. I got to visit the cathedral and see a lot of good things there was such a magic clock I saw and I was really happy to see that. The botanical garden was so beautiful to see, a lot of good flowers are grown there and it is such a good place I have ever visited. I got good lunch and dinner at the Grahn family I will never forget you the Grahn family.

I love you all thank you very much.

ANATOLIA