German Week – Day 5

Today we have a long day at school. We started with a MOT Lesson (MOT means “courage” in Norwegian). Our Norwegian teacher Charles Stuart gave us an insight what MOT is all about: we played small games and learned a lot about the courage to care, the courage to say no and the courage to live. He also gave us lots of laughs and a great time: we wish we could have MOT in Germany 🙂
After this interesting lesson, we started to prepare the big Olympic games in the sports hall: the highlight of the week, playing all 4 Erasmus+ fair play games including the German Parcours, “Serveball” from Norway, “St. Gregs Ball” from England and “Battle Ball” from Finland. We had a great time as the Ludwig-Windthorst-Schule had is Open Door Day today and a lot of visitors joined us and had a closer look at our project and the Olympic Games. The games from Finland, Norway and Germany had one winner: Norway got three trophies!!! Congratulations!
Team Germany won “St. Gregs Ball” and got one trophy!
The FAIRPLAY AWARD of the project has been won by Finland 🙂

All trophies and FairPlay Awards (little Hannover 96 rubber ducks) has been given out in the evening gala in the entrance hall of the Ludwig-Windthorst-Schule with some performances by every country and an awesome buffet that our lovely host parents prepared for the whole group!
We celebrated for almost 2 hours and had a lot of fun, pictures and great memories together.
The evening event is always meant to be the highlight of the week and all loved it 🙂 it has been the finale of the week!