Project Information


Programme – Erasmus+


Key Action – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices


Action – Strategic Partnerships


Main objective – Exchange of Practices


Project Reference – 2017-1-UK01-KA219-036795_1

Our Erasmus Project will involve or pupils researching about three important issues:


Year One – European History.

  • How Europe changed during the 20th Century.

  • How World War Two affected our countries.

  • Why immigration took place during World War Two (for example, Jewish refugees).


Year Two – Modern Day Immigration.

  • How conflict can result in migration (for example, Syrian refugees)

  • How our localities have been affected by immigration. What are the important aspects and benefits of immigration.

  • How refugee children’s lives compare to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.


Year Three – Environmental Change in Europe.

  • What can we do to look after our local and global environments.

  • Study important European and World environmental issues.



Pupils from all schools will collaborate on various end-products for the project.

At the end of Year One the pupils will focus on the creation of an inter-school Peace Charter. The end-product for Year Two will be the creation of School Welcome Booklets that will be distributed to new pupils, including refugee and migrant pupils. In Year Three a collaborative environmental magazine will be produced.


Throughout the project school will share good practice in teaching and learning.


During Year One there will be a focus on numeracy. The Polish school will take a lead role in sharing how ICT can be used effectively in the teaching of numeracy.


During Year Two, the Greek school will take a lead role in sharing effective strategies for teaching refugee children and immigrant pupils.


During Year Three, the Spanish school will lead on the scientific approach to teaching.