Four Year 10 girls spent the first week of the Easter holidays in Croatia as part of an on-going Erasmus project. They visited the capital city Zagreb and stayed with a Croatian family in the town of Daruvar in the centre of the country. The project partly relates to environmental issues and the students gave a presentation about a ‘green day out’ in Devon and Cornwall while visiting the hosts’ school.
At the end of the week the students spent a night on the Croatian peninsula of Istria visiting Pula (and its Roman amphitheatre) and the beautiful towns of Rovinj and Hum (known as the smallest town in the world).
The four Launceston students, Kathryn Worth, Flossie Richards, Tamsyn Lang and Ines Colares, are pictured with their Croatian hosts in the town of Rovinj.