Six European partner schools have decided to network in order to improve their 21st century skills and competences through innovative teaching methods. Teachers and students will benefit working on this project by sharing examples of good practices and encouraging students to take active part in their education, to be more tolerant and responsible and to help students develop their transversal skills. We as teachers aim to help out students change their attitudes towards themselves, others and the EU thus becoming responsible and active citizens who will promote European cultural heritage. This will add European dimension to all partner schools increasing their visibility. Results will be available online on schools’ and KA 229 project’s websites and social networks as well as covered in the local media.