This is an essential part of our ERASMUS+ KA229 project Passport to Europe designed between 4 schools in which their students will participate in different tasks, adapted to each participating country.
They will open their minds to the diversity of customs of other cultures, to acquire a global awareness and understanding of the Common European Project and the cultural heritage of other European countries.
This is reflected in each of the activities designed.
In every activity we seek that students learn using English in a real way where they will search and solve conflicts. This will help students improve and acquire language skills that will allow them to become competent speakers and to achieve better communication skills.
We are determined to have our students participate actively and to help them become aware of the importance of ICT and the use of modern means of communication, such as social networks and videoconferences, as well as to gain digital skills of vital importance.