• General dissemination  about our SDGs Action Erasmus+ project!

    A T-shirt and a tea cup for all participant teachers of the project


    1st June 2021

    online seminar organized by CSS " Growing , learning, sharing and having fun with the sustainable Development Goals"

    Led by the two eTwinning ambassadors of the project Cécile thomás and Fina Vendrell



    1st June 2021,

    online ceremony for the Awards EWWR'20

    Happy to celebrate with our students and teachers the European special prize for our project " visible Actions for invisible waste " boardgame


    Our National Agency, SEPIE, congratulates us for the prize!


    27th April 2021

    More good news for our SDGs Action! project!

    We have been selected as finalists for the EWWR European special prize 2021!!!

    Dear Fina,


    I’m contacting you to let you know that your action “Visible actions for invisible waste board game” was very much appreciated by the EWWR Jury 😊

    As you know, the European Special Prize category does not have finalists and the winner is announced during the Awards Ceremony.


    I would like you to save the date and to confirm your availability to represent your action during the Ceremony, if you will be announced as winners.

    Please, notice that the event will be held online on 1st June from 10.30 to 12.30. Feel free to share the event with your friends and colleagues, and to encourage them to register to the Awards.



    Pupil Mobility during the pandemic

    Sustainable Development Goals Action!

    Blended mobility is the driving force behind Sustainable Development Goals Action!, a school exchange partnership among six countries: Bulgaria, Finland, France, Italy, Romania and Spain. Fittingly, its aim is to prepare future generations of pupils for functioning in an interconnected world.

    Physical mobility plays a part in the project, but international cooperation through distance learning activities is much more prominent. The project’s main output includes two games – a Scratch game on the 17 SDGs and an “SDGsbox” game – as well as two eTwinning projects, which by their very nature encourage intercultural exchange, enhance communication and foster European citizenship. All in all, the project cultivates an “explorer mindset” that will hopefully improve children’s transversal skills, such as creativity and communication, and spark an interest in STEAM careers.

    Sustainable Development Goals Action! was launched in 2019 and is set to end in 2021.


    This is the email received from School Education Gateway

    Dear sir or madam,


    The European Commission would like to congratulate you on Sustainable Development Goals Action!, which we selected as an example of good practice in this month’s editorial of the School Education Gateway. We are impressed with your project, and thought it a good fit for this month’s topic, pupil mobilityYou can find the publication here in 23 languages.


    We invite you to share it with your project partners and participants, as well as other colleagues. You might also be interested in other articles on the same topic, like our latest expert article.


    If you are not yet familiar with the School Education Gateway (Twitter: #EdGateway), we encourage you and your colleagues to find out about the opportunities the platform provides. Besides the support in planning of Erasmus+ projects (including help with partner-finding), you can also find news and events, expert articles, policy updates, and examples of good practice from across Europe. We also have a number of professional development opportunities, including online courses, webinars and teaching materials in the Teacher Academy section.


    With best wishes for your continued success,


    Ismini Georgiadi, Editorial Officer

    Support Services for the School Education Gateway
    EUN Partnership AISBL, Rue de Trèves 61, B-1040 Brussels

    t +32 (0)2 790 75 35 f +32 (0)2 790 75 85

    November 2020, After participating to CLIMATE ACTION PROJECT 2020

    The two organizers of this Interantional project, Koen Timmers and jennifer Williams send us an email congratulating for the initiative of organizing a GREEN WEEK in our schools:


    Hi Fina! 

    Well done! Always love seeing what you come up with. Congratulations!!

    Warmest wishes,



    Hi Fina!

    This is fantastic! I love how you organized the week and documented all the incredible actions using Padlet! Your "We are ___." guiding messages are empowering and inspiring! Thank you so much for sharing this over! Congratulations! 
    Kind regards,
    Jen and Koen 


    Dr. Jennifer Williams







    Co-founder, TeachSDGs and Take Action Global

    Author, Teach Boldly: Using Edtech for Social Good (ISTE)

    President of the Board, ISTE Education Leaders PLN

    Named in Top 30 K12 IT Influencers for 2020


    ONLINE CONFERENCE : 25th March 2020

    "SDGs in our schools: sharing good practices with experts and eTwinning ambassadors"

    88 participants from all around Europe sharing good practices about SDGs in order to spread the message all around our schools.

    MR GIOVANI DE FEO, University teacher from Salermo , Italy

    Sophioa kouzouli, SDG teacher, eTwinning ambassador

    ANGELIKI KOUGIOUROUKI, Creative Classroom Facilitator, eTwinning ambassador

    Useful links to learn more and more:

    8th May 2020

    Our " Let's celebrate a zero waste Christmas" has been nominated to get the Eurepean Special prize of EWWR 2019!

    Good news for the SDGS Action! team!!!

    Your action "Let's celebrate a zero waste Christmas!" that you organised in November 2019 has been selected by our Jury as a candidate for the European Special Prize. Congratulations! As you may know, every year the EWWR rewards the best actions from each category (schools, NGOs, citizens, businesses, public administration) and additionally assigns a European Special Prize to the action that best shows a spirit of European cooperation.

    This year, the EWWR Awards Ceremony will take place online, towards the end of June. We would like all the candidates for a prize to join us and say a few words about their action.

    CONGRATULATIONS to all students and teachers who made this project possible! it represents a step forward to a better and more responsible world!

    EWWR EUROPEAN SPECIAL PRIZE for the project " Let's celebrate a zero waste Christmas!

    25th June, EWWR Awards ceremony!

    We are proud and happy to say that our project is the WINNER.

    It has been awarded because of the good visibility and communication, for the quality of the content , the originality and exemplarity and for the impact and follow-up!

    CONGRATULATIONS to all the participants, specially the studeents who are the real protagonists of this story. They will become our future citizens and will ACT in a sustianable way to make a better world.

    Proud of all the amazing SDGs Actions! TEAM of teachers, who are working cooperatively, with enthusiasm and compromise to change the world!

    We highly reached our goal: to learn about SDG12: Responsible consumption and spread the message all over our school communities and the whole Europe!

    We strongly believe on this quote:

    " Tell me and I forget,

    Teach me and I remember

    Involve me and I understand"

    THANK YOU EWWR organization, thank you teachers, thank you students who made this project come true!


    Even the students from France were watching the ceremony online. the rest of students joined the ceremony from home with their families.

    Exciting moments!!amazing experience!