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Last week I had an opportunity to participate in a school trip. On 6th September a few girls from my class and I went on a trip with the third grade students. Our destination was Warsaw. I had to get up really early, because we had to leave about 7 o'clock. We travelled to Copernicus Science Centre - the museum of science. When we finally got there, we started visiting the place. We saw there a lot of inventions which explained to us how technology works. Also we could learn about some physical effects. We could use many interactive boards and make our own survey. We visited each floor and tried to tap time that was given to us. The way back home was a nightmare and it took a lot of time. The reason why we stuck in the middle of a traffic jam was clear - too many people were driving around the streets of our capital. All in all, we came back home three hours later than we planned. I think that the opportunity of being in a place like this will help us at school and give a lot of knowledge from different fields of science like biology or geography. In my opinion it was worth it, because we spent our time nicely and usefully.

Karolina Rojowska

 

Last Friday my school organized a trip to Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw. It's a big museum where I could experience a lot of experiments in physic, chemistry and biology. I went there with my two friends from my class and other students from our school. When we entered the museum we got special entry cards and bracelets so we could go wherever

 

 

we wanted to in this three-storey museum. The best thing was that we could see, touch, play or test everything. In some places, using our entry cards we could take photos which were sent to our e-mails. What I like the most, was a high-tech humanoid robot powered by compressed air, which was moving on a specially constructed stage. It could move its legs, head, make gestures and show its emotions. The funny thing was it could repeat our gestures and we had a lot of fun with it. I think that thanks to this trip we could get to know many interesting facts about the world surrounding us. I really enjoyed the trip and I think that our teachers should organize more things like that because they could give us a lot of knowledge which we could try and test in a form of fun and games.

Natalia Tarnawska

 

Am 06.09.2013 waren wir auf einer Reise nach Warschau. Der Ausflug begann um 7:00 Uhr. Ich war dort mit meinen Freunden. Wir haben das Kopernik-Museum besichtigt. Im Museum haben wir ein physisches Experiment gesehen. Ich habe viele Exponate gesehen, aber ein sprechender Roboter gefiel mir am liebsten. Das Wetter war sehr schön und sonnig. Ich möchte dort alle Leute einladen. Es lohnt sich wirklich!

Agata Derbis

 

 

 

 

 

6 września pod opieką p. Joanny Legary, p.Marcina Kupki i p. Roberta Kufla odbyła się wycieczka do Centrum Nauki Kopernika. Spod szkoły wyjechaliśmy autobusem o godz. 700 i po kilku godzinach jazdy szczęśliwie dotarliśmy do Warszawy, gdzie mieliśmy chwilkę na rozejrzenie się po okolicy przed wejściem do samego Centrum, w którym spędziliśmy kolejne kilka godzin. Zawsze wydawało mi się, że siedzenie w jednym miejscu kilka godzin jest dość nudne, a potem pojechałam do Centrum Kopernika- to niesamowite miejsce. Nigdy nie przypuszczałabym, że potrafię tak łatwo przyswajać wiedzę praktycznie z każdej dziedziny- podszkoliłam się nawet z plastyki, tworząc mozaikę, czy rysując portret patrząc na kartkę przez obiektyw. Mogłabym bardzo długo wymieniać fascynujące obiekty /przedmioty/ doświadczenia, ale uważam, że lepiej jest pojechać, zobaczyć je, a przede wszystkim – ich dotknąć Mimo bardzo długiej drogi powrotnej wyjazd uważam za całkowicie udany.

Kamila Rzenno

         
         

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