We LOVE dogs
May 24th 2019

The canine department at Stend Vidaregåande Skule Written by first grade students of Animal Care program at Stend, Bergen, Norway At the canine department, we train dogs. There are no dogs living there, but the students are allowed to bring their dogs during daytime. At the department, we learn how to handle dogs, perform health […]

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Stend Farm Shop and Nursery
May 20th 2019

And for the second time this month the latest news entry is coming to you from our youngest EUROPEAns, the first year students of Stend Vidaregåande Skule, Bergen, Norway: The farm-shop and the nursery are open to the public and everyone can come and buy products. At Stend, we grow different vegetables and flowers and […]

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Gardens of Stend
May 17th 2019

This news entry is coming to you from our youngest EUROPEAns, the first year students of Stend Vidaregåande Skule, Bergen, Norway: ‘In the 1700s, there were many big, beautiful gardens all over the country. One of those, was at Stend. It was one of Norway’s most beautiful gardens and it was well known. But eventually, […]

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One of the 1000
May 16th 2019

One of the 1000 members of EUROPEA: Stend Vidaregåande Skule …is a 153 years old institution in the countryside close to the second biggest city of Norway, Bergen. At moment the age doesn’t bother us. We claim that age is just a number and nothing to worry about, and like any successful elderly organization, we […]

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Agriculture in Norway 02.
May 14th 2019

Did you know that only 3 % of Norway is arable land? – And that only 30% of this again can be used for grain production? Or that Norway is more than 2500 km long from south to north, so that if we  keep the southernmost part of our country in place and turn the […]

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Agriculture in Norway 01.
May 13th 2019

Did you know that only 3 % of Norway is arable land? – And that only 30% of this again can be used for grain production? Or that Norway is more than 2500 km long from south to north, so that if we  keep the southernmost part of our country in place and turn the […]

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Annual meeting of EUROPEA-Norway
May 10th 2019

Island of Senja (NO), 6-7 May 2019   Rita Backer Natvig, our Norwegian National Coordinator on the Annual Meeting of EUROPEA-Norway: “We arranged our annual meeting for the agricultural schools in Norway this week on the beautiful Island of Senja in the northern part of Norway (an hour by boat from Tromsø). We visited Gibostad […]

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Visit to Senja
May 7th 2019

Annual meeting in Senja 6.- 7. May 2019 Naturbrukskolene is heading up north for their annual meeting. We will visit Senja Upper Secondary School, Gibostad. Headmaster Stein-Erik Svendsen will join the group. All visitors will stay at Mefjordvær Brygge. The director for the agricultural authorities in Tromsø, the director Berit Nergård Myhre will talk about the challenges and […]

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Greetings from Norway
May 3rd 2019

Today the pictures and the article about the month of the member state – NORWAY! –  are coming to you from Mære Agricultural College! This EUROPEA school is situated in the middle of Norway, 100 km north of Trondheim. In Mære students of the 3rd grade are in charge of spring farming, so Kristine, Julie, […]

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Education in Norway
May 2nd 2019

Education in Norway is mandatory for all children from the age of 6 to the age of 16. Upper secondary education is not mandatory, but all young people have a right to attend 3 years in upper secondary school. The overview in the end of this article gives you an idea of the structure at […]

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