We are a partnership based on a matter of interest (languages, CLIL, ICT tools, project based learning, innovative methods…etc) . Three of our partners have got experience with running Erasmus+ projects and 2 partners are new in Erasmus + activities but also very motivated to learn. As we could see in project’s preparation phase, especially the Italian and Portuguese school will help the new members to follow and will discuss any unclarities. New partners have got experience in running different kinds of projects (E-twinning, national projects… etc) and will contribute to project in other ways (ICT use, innovative methods, social inclusion).

Experienced partners will give special consultations to the new ones. Our italian partner is a previous coordinator so will be consulted with management issues. We all are experienced in partnerships via e-Twinning projects, we ́ve also run one eTwinning within this partnership School Partners will organise in their own schools an #ERASMUSDAY, in the second year of the project, during the official dates fixed at European level by the Erasmus+ N.A. to disseminate the project at local level to the school community and in general to stakeholders.

Added value of project partners

CR – will bring new experience on applying CLIL methods and some innovative approaches in using ICT tools.

POL – experience in running eTwinning projects. Experienced in using ICT tools in the classroom, coding, CLIL methods.

IT – experienced in previous Erasmus projects, their coordination. Will support the coordinator. Experienced in innovative teaching methods in languages.

POR – has gained experience in previous Comenius and Erasmus projects, using ICT (digital apps, tabcasts, coding) and is involved in innovative projects (for instance INCLUD-ED)

ES – brings new experience on attending special needs students and promoting values. Besides, they contribute with knowledge and expertise related with Cooperative Learning and G-Suite tools.

The Czech Republic

We are a small public school for children age 6 -15. The school is located in a small village Hovorcovice. There are about 250 students in the primary and secondary school and 20 teachers. The school is very active in integration of modern teaching methods into their curriculum. We cooperate with a local educational project for teachers‘ training called Ucitel Nazivo (Teach Live). We focus on developing creative thinking and the ability to recognize answers to questions in context. International projects are an important part of it and that is the main motivation for us to prepare this project. We would like to create and strengthen the partnership bonds in the area of language teaching, to work on new working practices and to develop an innovative English learning program. We would like to add new experience and good habits to the daily routine of language learning and teaching. We would like to share the best practices of teaching languages and to work with the social, linguistic and cultural diversity. Our other goals are to develop the project participants‘ creativity, skills of communication, teamwork, organisation, decision-making, their intercultural experience and fluency in English. We would like to improve ICT skills of the project participants and to implement foreign languages in other school subjects. We would like also to strengthen relationship between students and teachers and engage parents and other family members in school life.


The school is located in a picturesque village Osiek nad Wisła.About 15 km from Osiek there is a historic city -Toruń (inscribed on the List of the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage).There are 380 students(aged 7-15) and 40 teachers in our school.We have been participating in Erasmus POWER Teaching Staff Mobility since September 2018.The aims of the project are:the improvement of teacher english language abilities, use of modern teaching methods,tolerance and multiculture promotion.Our school started 2 e-twinning projects in October 2018.The school’s main motivation to join the project is: personal, professional and academical development of the teaching staff , ICT skills development, understanding of tolerance, respect of other cultures, students mobilities,that will enhance linguistic competence and help young people to boost their employability in the future. The project will have impact for the school by improving of school climate,developing of interdisciplinary approaches, opening cooperation with schools from other countries.The relationships between students and teachers will be stronger by better team work, new content,strengthening of the European dimension and its development. It will also increase support and involvement of family members in school life and local authorities,companies,parents’associations.


I.C. Montemurro is located in Gravina in Puglia, a town of around 45.000 inhabitants in the region Apulia-Southern Italy. I.C. Montemurro is structured on three educational levels: Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Middle School. It is attended by around 1000 students-pupils, aged betwee 3 and 13 years, whose families belong to different social and economic levels, mostly from middle social class. Parents, in general, support their children in school education. The School has got around 100 teachers spread among the three different levels. In each level teachers with specific roles support the headmaster in developing the School Plan which has a cycle of 3 school years. In it, it is expressed the intention to be part of a new Erasmus+ project linked to an eTwinning project and innovative tools to develop the 8 Key European Competences and the soft skills. This Erasmus+ project is completely in accordance to our needs, priorities, goals and objectives. I.C. Montemurro has got high motivation in joining this project firstly, because the school experience in the European field is a good chance to share the best practices acquired with our new European Partners promoting sustainability of our last Erasmus+ Projects even after their end. Secondly, our school aims at creating an International Dimension where students from different countries meet shifting from virtual (eTwinning) to reality. Moreover, being the European Citizenship one of the most important goal of our community we would like to achieve and to let our students be aware of this unique and very hard competence. We would like through Erasmus+ “HOME” to help our students to be more responsible in the use of ICT tools and to promote culture, tolerance and respect of diversity for a better and strong future of Europe.


Escola Básica 2,3 Piscinas-Lisboa (where we want to develop this project), belonging to Agrupamento de Escolas Piscinas-Olivais is situated in a residential area of Lisbon, capital of Portugal. Escola Básica 2,3 Piscinas-Lisboa has about 600 students. In our school we teach the Portuguese national curriculum to students from 10 to 15 years old. Our school is also a TEIP school. TEIP [Território Educativo de Intervenção Prioritária] means Educational Territory of Priority Intervention, aimed to a group of pupils of a disadvantaged area. Its main objective is to combat early school dropping and unsuccess of a significant group of students who risk social exclusion, most of them belonging to ethnic minorities. Our school is also a reference school for disabled children with multi-deficiency. Our school has developed activities and got a lot of experience participating in national and international projects with a multidisciplinar approach, focusing in the transformation of the learning environment through the adoption of innovative strategies.


San Vicente de Paul school is settled in the historical quarter of Jaen (Andalucia, Spain) since the XIX century. It educates 325 pupils (3 to 16 years old) from Nursery to low secondary. Besides, we are provided with two Integration Support Units and a Hearing and Speech Unit. Our school is becoming bilingual step by step from the bottom. In a very little time it will be bilingual in low secondary. We are a group of twenty-five teachers, a receptionist and a secretary. All of us are in permanent training and readiness for change and innovation. Our main motivations to take part in this project are linked to the priorities and the objectives of this one: Improving our students ́ and teachers ́ linguistic competence in a foreign language. Developing a set of innovative learning units and modules, which can allow even the less skilled or less motivated students to gain competences, which are at the core of our curricula. Implementing the students soft skills (teamwork, critical observation, problem solving, adaptability, presentation skills) thanks to peer to peer activities and workshops. Cooperative learning is showing us that the methodology change is possible, but we have detected we need to keep on training, combining this methodology with ICT tools and exchanging experiences with the more people we could. Opening an international line where we could find different solutions to our structural problems, such as low academic aspirations or a not enough support from families.

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