Year 2015 added

September 23, 2015

Year 2015 is added! You can read article from V. Svihlik or a paper about exchange from student's point of view. Photo gallery is updated too!


Year 2014 added

October 12, 2014

We have added year 2014! You can read about 2014 exchange and look on an updated photo gallery.

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Years 2010 - 2013 added

January 1, 2014

Dear visitors, after a longer break we have just added materials from 2011 - 2013, including an updated photo gallery. We are happy that we continue to have your favour and we will do our best to add new materials regularly, every year. However, we are largely dependent on the timely delivery of the materials, especially as far as the photographs provided primarily by our students are concerned. Therefore, if you have any materials you would like to share with us, please contact us.

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Exchange web pages started

September 3, 2010

Dear visitors, welcome to our web pages. We would like to introduce you to our student exchange programmes which are held between Titus Brandsma Lyceum Oss, Netherlands and Gymnazium Josefa Jungmanna in Litomeřice. The tradition of this programme is long and dates back to the past. All the participants (and there are not few of them!) have seen a great number of places of interest and sights. They have had an opportunity to experience the country from a very close distance. They lived in Dutch families, tried their specialities, learned about the local habits, improved languages. They practised not only English but also German, French, Italian, Russian and Spanish. They participated in the school lessons, celebrations, and discos. They did sport and made new friends.

What places have we already visited? Our Czech students and teachers are pretty familiar with places such as Oss, Hertogenbosch, Ravenstein, Arnhem, Nijmegen, Maastricht, Rotterdam and its great port, den Haag and its sights, Madurodam and Scheveningen, Naarden and places commemorating the stay of J. A. Komenský, Amsterdam with a boat trip on the canals, a visit to Rijksmuseum and Anne Frank House... more.