For those who have the desire and will to cultivate professional interests even more.
Experience cultural exchange in your own living room, take part in UN-roleplay or give a day’s work.
Read more about Grenaa Gymnasium’s Global Activities
Introduce an international student to Danish everyday life
Seize the opportunity to get to know a student with a foreign cultural background and help him/her to settle in in Grenaa.
Through four visits by the international student, you and your family contribute to:
Support family contact: why
Most of our international students are IB-students and live at the Boarding School. Some of them speak Danish and are familiar with Danish culture, but have lived abroad for a major part of their lives. Therefore, they are unfamiliar with the Danish school system.
Being a support family contact, you and your family decide how much time you want to spend with the international student and what you want to do together.
We suggest four visits as a minimum and that you:
Introduce the international student to the family
Show him/her around Grenaa and the local area
Discuss what it is like to go to school in Denmark
Introduce him/her to things to do in one’s free time, for example by taking him/her to your own sport activities.
In the beginning of the school year, Grenaa Gymnasium hosts an introduction event where you will meet your guest student and find dates for four visits during September and October.
In November, Grenaa Gymnasium hosts yet another event for all support family contacts and their guest students. From here on, it is up to you whether you want to continue the new friendship.
Please contact coordinator Marianne Abell
Every year at Grenaa Gymnasium, a group of students prepare for MUN, which is a role play about decision-making in the UN.
Participation in the MUN delegation gives you:
• Insight into the workings of the UN
• A great international network
• A different learning experience
Contact MUN-coordinator at Grenaa Gymnasium Stine Sørensen, e-mail: email@example.com
Participating in Operation One Day’s Work means you help young people in a developing country to education.
You do this by donating your wage of one day’s work.
You can also join the school’s OD-group and be part of organizing the OD-fashion show, the OD joint lesson and the OD-party at Grenaa Gymnasium. Jobs have to be found, arrangements must be made with the local media and the day wages have to be collected.
Contact Stine Bilde 3.sw or Liv Hansson 3.xs