Croatian students motivational letter for Serbia – 2

Ivona Siladi

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

my name is Ivona. I am 14 years old and I go to the 8th grade. I like to read. I have a lot of books at home, but some I don’t have I  find online. I also love to write, so sometimes I write for  our school newspaper. At the journalism group, I found out about the Erasmus + project “Young journalists of today, responsible digital  citizens of tomorrow”.

I also love sports activities, especially cycling, rollerblading and basketball. I actively trained in BC “Radnik” Križevci for two years. For myself I can say that I am quite an open and  communicative person and I think that because of these characteristics I have a lot of friends. I consider myself an empathetic person and I try to help everyone who 
needs help.  When I tell everyone, I mean it. I don’t judge people by their skin 
colour or nationality but by their personality.

I am very excited about traveling to Serbia because I am going with my best friends Lara and Filip. I have never travelled outside of my country Croatia, so I am excited about it and I can’t wait for the time to travel.

We have been planning a trip to Serbia for about two years now and I hope that this time nothing will stop us and that on March 20th we will really travel on mobility to our colleagues in Ćićevac.

Sincerely,

Ivona Siladi

Filip Kušec

my name is Roberto and I am 14 years old. I am good in English and attend additional English classes. That is why I think I am a good candidate for mobility to Serbia because I will be able to communicate with children from other countries and help those who are less fluent in English.

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

I am a student of the 8th grade of the Sveti Petar Orehovec Elementary 
School and I am 14 years old.

I love learning languages ​​especially English. In the 7th grade, I participated in the Hippo competition in English and I hope that my knowledge of English will help me communicate with students from other countries on mobility in Serbia.

I can say for myself that I am fun and love laughter around me. When one of my friends is sad I am always there for them. My best friend’s name is Michael. We don’t go to the same class and we have never quarrelled. I expect that at the mobility in Serbia, all participants  will be in a good mood and ready to socialize, because socializing is my most important motive for participating in this mobility.

I know that we will learn about fake news on mobility in Serbia, and that makes me happy, and I hope that there will be time to talk about influencers. I follow influencers from Serbia a lot, and my favourite one is Andrija Jo.

I would like to have some time for sports activities because I love sports. In my free time I like to play football, handball and table tennis. I recently represented my school at an inter-municipal handball competition. We won a third place. In my free time I also like to watch horror movies and series, my favourite series is Vampire Diaries.

In anticipation of being elected to the school team that will travel to Serbia,

I cordially greet you,
                            Filip Kušec

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

Fran Košutić

My name is Fran. I am 13 years old, and I live in Sveti Petar Orehovec in the big family, and I am the youngest one. I am special because my sisters and brother are older 16 years from me.

I am 7th grade student. My favourite activities in schools are Red cross, ecological group and art group. Because I live in village it is important for me that my environment is clean, and I contribute on that in ecological group. I like to help people in need and that is important things that my family taught me. Outside school I attend activities fire workers, sing in choir and sometimes I play football.

With my sisters and brother, I travel fain in Croatia and outside of Croatia, so I have opportunity to see some of big cities and events in Europe. I like to meet new people, new places and their history.

Erasmus+ will for me new and unforgettable experience because I would like to meet new friends and new country where I never been. Our topic fake news is very important because of the everything that is happening in the world, so it is very important to learn how to differentiate real of the fake news.

Serbia and Croatia have many common occurrences which are connecting us but in the same time we have many prejudice that sadly divide us. In meetings like this I hope that we all together can contribute and change that.

Greetings,

                   Fran Košutić

Magdalena Ivšak

Dear,

my name is Magdalena and I am 12 years old. I am a 6th grade student. I love reading and I attend a reading club at school. I also like to help others, so I am glad when we read to our children in preschool with our colleagues from the reading club. I love to travel and meet peers. When choosing friends, it’s important to me that they’re good people, not how they look, how they dress, or what their faiths are. I believe that I am a diligent person and that I will show this quality by participating in Serbia. I am always ready to work and I will try to do a certain task as well as possible. Participation in projects is a great opportunity for all of us young people and I think I will experience and learn a lot on this mobility. 

Best regards,

Magdalena Ivašk

Lara Trušček

Dear Erasmus + Staff,

my name is Lara, I attend the 7th grade at the Sveti Petar Orehovec Elementary School, which is named after the village where I live. The village was named after St. Peter and the walnut trees.

I loved reading magazines since I was a child, so I joined a journalist group at our school, where I have actively been writing articles for the school newspaper “Klinček”.  I am attending the extracurricular activity “Animated Film” where we learn how to make animated films in a practical way. My favourite subject in school is history and one day I would like to be an archaeologist.

When I was little I wanted to go to the moon and be the second woman on the moon, so I got a telescope for my birthday, and now when I’m bored, I like to watch stars in the evening. The stars are mostly seen on the hill above the village called Kalnik. Especially in August when the stars are falling. That shower of meteorites is call the tears of St. Lawrence. I also attended majorettes and participated in parades and competitions.

I would say for myself that I am communicative and that I can easily collaborate with other students, which is why I would like to join this Erasmus + project. I hope that through the trip and the activities we do, I will meet new people and practice conversation in English. I hope that I will learn some new things and gain some experiences to help me choose my future profession.

Sincerely,

Lara Trušček

Roberto Črnec

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

I was very happy when I learned about the opportunity to participate in mobility because I had never traveled abroad. Although the travel time is not very favorable due to the war between Russia and Serbia, I hope that everything will go well.

In this mobility I will try to give my best, I will be active in workshops and socialize with everyone. I expect that participants from other countries will be in a friendly mood and that we will become a real team. I also hope that I will have reason to remember mobility in Serbia as a beautiful event where I learned interesting things and made new friends.

Kind regards,

                       Roberto Črnec

Filip Srbljinović

Dear,

my name is Filip Srbljinović and I am a student of the 8th grade of the Elementary School St. Petar Orehovec.

I love to travel and that’s why I applied to travel to Serbia. Serbia is our neighboring country and I would like to know more about their country and  I’m interested  to meet  my peers from different countries.

I believe we will get along well.

Kind regards,            

Filip Srbljinović

Gabrijel Kurpez

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

My name is Gabrijel Kurpez, I am coming from small village Ferežani near Sveti Petar Orehovec, where I go to 6th grade. I am going in Music school where I’m learning how to play accordion. Before school I often play football with my friends. In the school I attend various extracurricular activities: aesthetic design and dance club. My favourite subjects are history and math, and I was on the math competition.

My parents have farm and they raise cows, pigs, poultries, bulls and they sow corn, wheat end  grass to feed the animals. I help them when I can. Every weekend I go on fishing whit my friends on near pond Ravenska Kapela. I really like driving a tractor and I feel very good when I drive it. At home we have 4 tractors. Most of all I love cooking and I want to be chef in the future. I like to cook stew, and best of all I bake pancakes. My favourite dish is breaded pancakes.

I am a good candidate for exchange students in Serbia because I am resourceful, talkative, I like to make new friends, hang out with people. I would like to go on an exchange to practice speaking English. I hope to make new friends, meet a new culture, learn a few words of a new language and some new things.

Lorena Poljak

Dear Erasmus + Staff,

I am a 7th grade student and I am 13. My best friend informed me about the Erasmus + project. I immediately decided to apply because I like to travel, make new friends and exchange views with members of another nationality.

Like all young people, I spend a lot of time on my mobile phone. I spend most of my time playing the game PUBG MOBILE. I met a lot of people in that game. They were people from BiH, Slovenia, Macedonia and many other countries, and most of them were from Serbia. That is whay I learned a lot about Serbian culture, language…. One of the things I learned  is Cyrillic.

I think I am a person who likes to meet new people and make new friends. That is why I would like to go to Serbia to meet new people with whom I will stay in touch. I would like to learn as many things as possible about other countries. My English isn’t fluently  but I hop it would improve during mobility in Serbia.

I hope that I will make new friendships that will last. I  wish that my trip to Serbia will remain a dear memory and in the end that one day I will come to Serbia again.

Greetings!

Lorena Poljak

Lucija Vukoić

Dear Erasmus+ Staff,

My name is Lucija, I am 12 years old and I go to the 6th grade. I have a lot of friends and I think I am a social person.

I learned about the Erasmus + project “Young journalist of today, responsible citizens of tomorrow” and mobility to Serbia from friends from the class who are members of the journalist group. And I love writing and learning about the media. I also like to collaborate and work in groups, so I liked the idea of being a participant in mobility in Serbia.

Mobility to Serbia also attracts me because of the music because I like listening to songs performed by singers from Serbia. I can’t wait for the day to come and I expect to meet a lot of interesting children on mobility.

Greetings,

Lucija Vukoić

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