Graduates of Tampere-based Kaleva High School received national attention.
Abiturienttien perhaps the most portrayed characters of the traditional bench day were found at Kaleva High School in Tampere.
Rebekka Kenttämies, Linnea sauramäki, Crete Karhumaa, Karoliina Nieminen and Riina Makkula stood neatly in a row in their black jackets with their hands in front of each other – just like Sanna Marinilla as a consensus. Nieminen, who published Ilmankos’ photo on his Instgram account, had captivated it with the words Muina Marineina …
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The image of the five “Sanna Marinis” also ended up on the pages of many major Finnish media outlets. And it did not go unnoticed by the Prime Minister From Sanna Marini by itself.
– I hope you had a nice day, Marin sent his greetings to five on social media.
Nieminen told Ilta-Sanomat that in the beginning they were supposed to be a government quintet, but the idea quickly refined into everyone dressing as prime minister.
– Everyone was immediately involved, no one needed to talk. The idea for outfits came surprisingly quickly. The inspiration was our wonderful Prime Minister and the #imwithsanna campaign, the good message of which also brought meaning to our outfits, Nieminen tells Ilta-Sanomat.
Niemi was also interviewed earlier Evening paper.
Nieminen also says they wanted to come up with something topical and special and not wear traditional animal or fantasy character costumes.
– We wanted to stand out and in the end we were surprised at how easily we got a “ministerial look”. There was also no need to spend money on clothes, as suitable jackets were found in the parents’ wardrobes, Nieminen laughed.
– Expectations were not terribly high, and we just left to enjoy the day. The popularity of the outfits on social media surprised us too. Family members and our high school teachers were proud of our inventive choice of living, Nieminen continued.
According to Nieminen, the bench day was still memorable, even though the traditions had to be applied due to the corona situation.
– We organized an abishow at the school, which was streamed to classes for other students. The show was a success, as were the bench posters that we were allowed to paint, even if the truck rides were canceled, Nieminen describes.
Nieminen is glad that the high school graduates have been allowed to be in contact teaching.
– It has been nice to be at school, even though many of the community events of the school year have been left out. It just has had to adapt.
In his spare time, Nieminen works as a coach at the Tampere Gymnastics Club.
– Before Christmas we were in distance and outdoor exercises, but now we have got into the hall again in groups of 10 people. It’s really good for children, Nieminen describes.
With a month-long reading break, Nieminen is preparing to write four subjects. Nieminen wrote Swedish and psychology already in the autumn, now he writes mother tongue, English and mathematics and renews psychology.
– The future is not yet completely clear, but psychology is of interest, Nieminen mentions.
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