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Polish teaching exchange guests welcomed to Swansea

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Teachers from Poland have been visiting Swansea this week as part of a project that sees schools and teachers from around the world work together to learn from each other, share ideas and make new friends with people from other cultures.

Sketty and Penyrheol Primary Schools have been taking part in the International Links Global scheme that has seen them link-up with teachers and schools in Poland and Turkey.

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This week the guests from Krakow are joining pupils for outings to Penllergaer Woods, Mumbles and for surfing lessons at Caswell.

They are also touring the city centre, indoor market, Dylan Thomas Exhibition and the Waterfront Museum.

Lord Mayor Cllr Mary Jones met the delegates at the George Hall to welcome them to Swansea, thank them for their work and to find out how they were enjoying their visit.

(Lead image: Swansea Council)

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