The colegiul pedagogic Gheorghe Lazar
The second day in Cluj, we went
to the romanian school, which
is a school for students
between around 8 to 18...
It's not a really big
school, less than 1 000
However, it has a nice
playground, with some
music during the
break, where people
can play football,
First, comenius students and teachers met in
a presentation room, and each country
presented his own work on the subject :
The Romanian team brought a lot of
made a small chocolates that
description of all they gave to
Easter traditions, like everybody in the
eggs . room.
The Italian team
and read us a The Bulgarian
recipe of a We showed the results of
traditional food. a questionnaire and three
interviews of students.
We all received an etiquette
with our name and our
nationality, and had a small
break. We visited the
playground and some class
After this short break, we went to a room where people,
dressed with traditional clothes, were doing a lot of
different activities, like painting eggs, painting, weaving,
making shoes or sculpting wood...
To go in this room, we had to eat a piece of
brioche with a lot of salt on it...
In the afternoon, we went, by bus, to
the town hall, where the mayor
presented his town and asked us to
After that, we took a picture,
probably for a newspaper.
The International school
It's a private school,
where teachers speak
english, and it's one of
the best establishment in
We played there a sort of competition : we had to present our
national anthem and flag, and ask to a geographic test.
Finally, we saw a theatre show, acted by five Romanian students.