THE EUROPEAN ABC "Awareness of Borders to Cross"

March 30, 2020

Welcome to our website Erasmus+ „The European ABC – Awareness of Borders to Cross“

We are students and teachers from high schools in Parabiago/Italy, Bendinat/Spain, Torun/Poland and Syke/Germany. We have done some great international projects in the past, and now we are cooperating again in our latest project - „The European ABC“ - „Awareness of Borders to Cross“. We do not only meet new friends in Europe but also learn about the lives, hopes and fears of those young people who are seeking refuge in Europe or live as migrants in our countries. We try to look over our horizons, learn about each other, overcome prejudice and respect each other – and absorb the manifold inspirations we get from each others' beliefs and values. We want to be active European citizens who believe in democracy, freedom and equality. We have been working, travelling, laughing and crying together with our friends from Syria, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and other countries. Here you will find documents, fotos, videos and much more about our beautiful successful Erasmus+ Project “The European ABC”.  

2nd Transnational Project Meeting is over

On 25.08. – 28.08.2018 the second international meeting summarizing the project “The European ABC” carried out under the Erasmus + program took place in Kraków. The meeting was attended by project coordinators from partner countries from Spain, Germany and Italy. Our school was represented by Mrs Łucja Modzelewska – coordinator of the Polish side, Mrs Małgorzata Neckowicz – English teacher and 4th grade schoolgirl – Sandra Zalewska.  At the meeting, a questionnaire regarding the subject of the project  was analyzed, project resumes and possibilities for its dissemination were discussed, as well as evaluation and summary of the project. The article, which will be published in the national magazine “The Teacher” regarding the project was presented by Mrs Małgorzata Neckowicz,. Everyone became familiar  with the application of a new project for which funds from the European Union were allocated under the Erasmus + Program. In their spare time, the participants of the meeting visited the most important monuments of Kraków, went to see  Wieliczka and learned about traditional Polish cuisines. The meeting in Kraków was both really effective and absolutely pleasant.

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