TIME TO PARTY
You may have seen our poster already and if you didn’t:
We are throwing a party!! We’ve been preparing it for months now and we can finally share this big upcoming event with you. We can proudly announce:
HANDS ON BRASOV PRESENTS: INFINIT
Now that you’ve heard the exciting news, on to the practical info.
The party will take place the 10th of Februari in Ostend. The exact address is Fuifzaal Elysée Christinastraat 18G, 8400 Oostende, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Tickets will be sold for 6 euros. The doors open at 21.00, make sure to be there on time if you want to see some awesome bands playing. The rest of the night will be filled with some great tunes from DJ’s such as
Jack Breniels 21:30-22:30
SENSEI [Club Nice] 23:30-00:30
Ruman Eight 02:30-03:30
Also, there’s some really good news because there will be a variety of drinks and…BEERPONG! (Ah, what a time to be alive)
If this hasn’t convinced you yet, we want to remind you that our aim is to invest the money we make by giving this charity party, into the construction of new orphanages in Brasov (Romania). Nothing will be used to fund our own trip or to make any kind of profit for ourselves. So, in other words, just by having fun at a really cool party, you’re actually helping as well! So make sure you check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/768465533299270/
Come party with us and try to bring along as many friends as you can!!
We hope to see you soon.
6th form humanistic science.
Hands on brasov
We are a group of senior pupils of Humanistic Sciences from Ostend. We are partners in an international exchange programme with a Romanian school and with Romanian social profit organisations. At the start of the year we welcome students from Brasov and show them how we Belgians live and we show them some of our culture during, for instance, a trip to Bruges. Every year we organise a party and put together some other small projects to collect money. Afterwards we donate the profits to organisations that help the people over there in Romania who are struggling. At the end of the year we go to Romania/Brasov and visit, amongst others, illegal orphanages. These orphanages do not get money from the government, so they need all the help they can get in order to survive. We also visit other orphanages and elderly homes and do small activities with the children. Of course, it is not all about having fun, getting to know the culture and helping out people. We also have to work together with the Romanian students and make a presentation about a certain subject linked to our curriculum as a Humanistic science pupil.
We are looking forward to making the best of it, yet again!
When they arrived in Ostend we did a game to get to know eachothers names and break the ice a little. the day after we guided them through Ostend in go-carts so they could get to know the city a bit.
On wensday we went to bruges for a touristic tour with boats and in the afternoon we had some sprare time to do whatever we wanted.
At school we worked on a project where we had to research something about a given subject.
We also went camping at Leffinge.
We went to Brussels for a day to visit the European parlement, there was a member who gave us some explaining about the European parlement and answered our question.
On saturdayafternoon we went rafting in the sea with 2 big rafts and did some group activities, afterwards there was also the possibilty to go surfing.
Saturdaynight we went out in the evening to have a drink and party.
It was sunday and after an exhausting week we took a group picture with everyone at the trainstation and waved them goodbye as the train left for Brussels.