These were filmed and sent to partners prior to the meeting.
Text was then to be elaborated and inserted as narration and subtitles to the films by each partner assigned to do so. However, with one exception – Cyprus- the other three partner schools , having encountered some technical problems, left the insertion of the narration and subtitles to the film to be accomplished after the meetings.
It was observed that the European element which was to have been a main characteristic of our film productions did not appear in all films or appeared in very different forms. This creates some concern as to whether the end product will be the one aimed at.
The story as envisaged from the beginning and reaffirmed at the second meeting was missing from at least two films, as said by partners.
It was suggested that the partners concerned will make an effort to integrate the European element either in the texts or in the music in order to make up for the initial oversight.
As to the story , similar as above have been said in order to compensate for the odd effect created by the missing story. As this tends to create the impression of a tourist promotional film, which from the beginning was expressly to be avoided, it could affect the chances of a good final evaluation .
The Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace in Nieszawa is a very small school of only 67 pupils. Therefore, the capacity to host in families is restricted. An effort will be made for some pupils to be hosted by families from another school in the nearest town of Chiechocinek.
Some pupils may need to stay in a hostel in Nieszawa together with some Polish pupils and teachers.
The Bischoefliche Canisiuschule has excluded the hostel option whereas the IPTA Portuguese school has accepted it. The English School will need to further consult on this matter.
The stay in a hostel is to be sponsored by the host school.