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This is how some students spend their lockdown.

Julia (Poland):

Natalia (Poland):

Weronika (Poland):

Caroline, Tammi og Mathilde W. (Denmark):

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To find out how common the problem of teenage depression in our school is, a survey was carried out and the following presentation of the results was made.


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What are the SMOG causes and the possible solutions to the problem in Denmark, Greece, Italy, Spain and Poland?CA

As coronavirus lockdowns continue, we asked teens how they cope with the situation. This is what they said.

"My name is Maja and I’m in the first grade of high school in Grójec, Poland.

If someone in January told me that two months later we will have to deal with a global coronavirus pandemic, I would never think that something like this will happen. But now it’s our reality and we have to adapt a new way of lifestyle. That’s how I cope with this situation.

At the beginning I was totally convinced that coronavirus is not that dangerous, but with the passing of time i realised that it is serious. The outbreak caused a lot of anxiety to me and my family. The panic was getting bigger and bigger because there were informations about coronavirus everywhere on the TV and the internet. It was hard to get used to staying at home for such a long time, but I managed to do it. Now I’m a little less stressed, but I’m worried about my parents that they will get infected when they go shopping. Also my plans for holidays and trips were cancelled, so I’m very upset about it.

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