Steiner to embark on journey to Slovenia
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The aim of the exchange is to encourage a community of young people who have meaningful and authentic links to other peoples and cultures of the world.
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They will be billeted with host families, attend camps and participate in classes at the school, and forge lasting friendships with their Slovenian peers.
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To celebrate this exciting initiative, Andrej Kralj, Deputy Head of Mission at the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra, visited 0DQVILHOG 6WHLQHU 6FKRRO RQ :HGQHVGD\ March 6.
The visit was an exciting opportunity for the students and parents to hear more about the opportunities the kids will have when travelling over to Slovenia.
It was also a great opportunity for Mr Kralj to answer any of their questions.
SLOVENIA: Mansfield Steiner School’s year 10 students will be heading off on a 10 week journey to Slovenia next term. They recently received a visit from Andrej Kralj, Deputy Head of Mission at the Slovenian Embassy in Canberra. Cr Paul Volkering also made an appearance on the day.