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Lyngheim Skole

Page history last edited by Phil Pierce 10 years, 9 months ago

 

Partner institution: Lyngheim Skole

Website:  

 

Contributors (2011):

Victoria Preston 

 

Instructions:

Contributors: for details on what is required in each section, please look at the Guidance Notes

Contents: 

Placement Information

Accomodation

Transport

Social life

Things to do, things not to do

Useful Contacts

Before you go

Costs

Placement Information

 

 

 

Accomodation

 

 

 

Transport

There is a bus service to travel about town, and many taxi services. There is a train station, which is useful to train around the country, and a small airport which only does internal flights (do not send flights abroad), so it easy to travel to Oslo and Trondheim for day trips. 

 

 

Social life

There are a few bars around in the town centre, and only one night club. A fair few places to go and eat out, and a lot more shops. However most local people own cabins the country and go away at weekends to ski. There is a lot of places for indoor and outdoor sports, such as swimming and hiking. The local cinema shows a lot of Norwegian and English films. Diving is a big pass time here, and so Trondheim offers many chances to learn how to dive. 

 

Things to do, things not to do

 

 

 

Useful Contacts

Head master: 

Email address: karl.hans.ronning@rana.kommune.no

Phone number: +47 75 14 42 31

Mobile number: +47 952 54 243

 

 

Before you go

Before you go, it would be a good idea to email the headmaster, and request a meeting time and place for your first day. Have a trip to the school the day before you start, so you aware of how to go there and where to go in the morning.

Be prepared for a lot of snow, even in march it is still winter in Mo I Rana, and you need to bring your winter woollies. You will also need a good pair of walking shoes, fit for walking in heavy snow and deep ice. 

 

 

Costs

 

 

 

 

 

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