Our students have been following their classmates’ rules or pieces of advice for a week. This is an example of the “One Week Challenge” diary that the students had to fill in for a week:


Due to several reasons, some of them didn’t succeed at achieving the suggested goals, but others accomplished all the challenge.

Thanks to all the 2nd of ESO students who have learnt to improve their diets by changing their daily diet routines just a little bit.

The eTwinning team


“Avancem” One-week Challenge

Our students have designed collaboratively a Diet Challenge. Here are the results. Next week they will have top follow all these pieces of advdie and write a diary explaining their experience and whether they have accomplished it all or not.

Later, our Latvian etwinning partners will have to choose one of the cards and follow it. Let’s see if they can change their eating habits and thus improve them to lead a healthier lifestyle!

Well done, 2nd of ESO!

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“Avancem” Survey on healthy food habits

The students have thoroughly designed questions to get to know about the Latvian students diet as well as their classmates’. They have used Google forms to do so.

Here, in the comments section, you’ll find their links. Feel free to answer the surveys and they will create a “To-do List” with ideas on how to improve your diet. They will do that taking into account the feedback they get… from you!

We’ll done!


Charity Sport Events Posters

Hi there!

Here are our students’ Charity Sport Events posters, fresh from the oven! They’ve all worked really hard and this is the result! We are sure the Latvian students will see it as a source of inspiration for their own posters.

Thanks a lot for all your work and committment! Keep on working!!!

Well done!

The eTwinning Team


This morning some of the 2nd of ESO students involved in the eTwinning project have participated in a Skype Videomeeting with their partners who were in Latvia and in Lleida. Although we have experienced some technical problems, we have finally succeeded and all the students have been able to exchange their views on sports and traditions. One of the funniest moments was when the students in Lleida have talked about the “Aplec del Caragol”, the idea of eating snails has struck the Talsi students! Our students have learnt that the Latvian national sport is hockey and that they ski a lot. Our most practised sport is football. Some of the students in Talsi play football too so maybe when they come here they can play a match!

Thanks a lot for your eagerness to use English to communicate and for showing curiosity in many aspects.

We’ll share the pictures and the video soon! Stay tuned!


The eTwinning Team