The 6th week of our IP summer adventure in Bournemouth!
As usual, in this blog post, you’ll find everything of interest directly from our center. See funny pictures, read interesting day summaries and see videos of our trips and activities. Keep yourself updated about our time in this lovely british city directly by the coast.
Day 1: Monday is here!
On Monday we studied cooking by doing a sushi workshop. After a few tryouts the outcome looked quite professional 🙂 Our evening event was “One to win”, where teams had to do different tasks to collect points. One task was for example to put a cookie on your forehead and try to get it in your mouth without using your hands. As you can imagine, it was so much fun!
Day 2: Tuesday – Scavenger Hunt!
Today, our IP students went to town and they did different kinds of challenges in order to complete the scavenger hunt. As you can see they are really talented.
Day 3: Wednesday – Creativity and Activities
Today was a really creative and active day, we played some interesting games and danced on stage, check it out:
Day 4: Thursday – Portsmouth, here we come!
Today we went on a trip to Portsmouth. Unfortunately it was raining a bit but our students still enjoyed the day. Boat rides and shopping were the highlights of the day.
Day 5: Friday – Graduation day
Today we had to say goodbye again to so many of our lovely IP students. One of our students prepared a beautiful speech and at least every supervisor had a little tear in their eyes. In the afternoon, we had a fun football tournament and enjoyed the sun.
Day 6: Saturday – London calling!
Today we went on a trip to beautiful London! In the meantime, our new arrivals went to the beach to enjoy the sunny weather. While being at the beach a little shower of rain surprised us and we ran back to school.
Day 7: Sunday – A day to chill and relax
This day was all about chilling and resting. So we went to the beach, some students ate pizza for lunch and some students were really creative in our graffiti work shop. See how gorgeous their paintings turned out: