Applicant Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Country: Spain

Ismael Reig Soto

Maestro | Contact Person


The CEIP Ciutat de Cremona is a public school located in the Valencian town of Alaquàs, just 5km from the capital city. It has around 30,000 inhabitants and the main economic activity is the second and third sector, such as factories, shops, restaurants, etc. The city is also very close to the International Airport of Valencia (9 Km.) and is perfectly communicated by train and motorway to other important cities such as Madrid and Barcelona. It is a school that was started 12 years ago from the excess of students from another school. Due to this circumstance, the school was built in prefabricated modules where we are currently working pending the completion of the final building planned for the next course. It started as a school that only offered the infant stage until little by little, it was adding courses achieving levels from the infant stage of 2 years to the sixth grade of primary school. Currently, the school has an enrollment of around 400 students, of which a third come from other countries, especially from South America and China. The faculty has a total of 30 members including tutors, specialists and psycho-pedagogical team. In our school we have an equality and coexistence program created by the town council due to the different conflicts that exist in the educational centers related to this topic. It is a reality our current world and it is essential to deal with these conflicts in the school. For this reason, we have decided to undertake this project together with the rest of our colleagues from other countries, in order to work together and learn from each other.

Our main objectives are to share our experiences, to deepen in the resolution of conflicts, to work inside the classrooms to share the activities with the other students of the project, and to learn from the experiences of other countries. Those responsible for carrying out the project will mostly be the coordinator Ismael Reig, and the center director Susana García. They will have a role of information, motivation, and dissemination of all the information regarding the project so that the greatest number of personnel is involved, from the teaching staff, to the students as well as the families, and the City Council itself. In the event of a change of coordinator, the responsibility would be assumed by Enrique Canós, another English teacher who has already been informed and has given his agreement. We are currently finishing another KA2 project, the first carried out in the school, and it has been satisfactory for the whole educational community. For this reason, we are motivated to undertake another new project since we have the support and participation of the vast majority of teachers from our school.


Partner Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Address: VIA MARCONI, 5
Country: Italy

Federica Brembilla

Maestra | Contact Person


The Istituto Comprensivo di Zogno school is the largest in the Brembana Valley, with three levels of schools: 5 nursery schools, (from 3 to 6 years), 5 primary schools (from 6 to 10 years) also include a class “potenziata” frequented by disabled students with special needs, and a middle school (from 11 to 14 years) . The Istituto di Comprensivo di Zogno is a public school. In Zogno there is also an high school (public school) which includes both the lyceum and vocational technical school, in addition to public schools, there are two private preschools. Zogno is located in a small mountain valley where the main problem is the industrial dislocation, so many people must move to find work opportunities.
Zogno city (8.000 inhabitants) is located in northern Italy, in the valley Brembana 20 km from the city of Bergamo and 50 km from Milan. (In Bergamo there is the airport (Orio al Serio) from which depart and arrive many European flights) In the region is predominantly middle class. Good quality transport promotes pendulum movement of students and workers in the cities of Bergamo and Milan and surroundings. The school population consists mainly of local residents who do not have specific problems concerning the socio-economic conditions, immigration is not very present in the valley. Zogno lies at the foot of the Alps Orobiche so close to tourist centers that offer opportunities for ecological tourism in summer and winter. We have already done two Comenius projects one of which will be completed on June 2015. The first project in the French language, we had as partner schools of Belgium, the Czech Republic and Spain. the topic was the knowledge of the territory. The theme of the second project was the water as a common good, it was in English language and we had as partners: Spain, France, UK, Turkey. In my class I realized two e.twinning project with partner schools from Poland, Greece, Turkey Lithuania and Bulgaria

We participate in this project because:

  1. We want our pupils know Europe through shared work among young Europeans,
  2. We want our students may learn to know the partner countries virtually and directly, by participating in mobility
  3. We want our students to learn the English language and the use of ICTs and social through the work of which they are the protagonists
  4. We want students to be able to communicate their similarities and their differences through food and sports culture
  5. We want our students to become aware of their culture and are able to share it

Osnovna skola Tomasa Goričanca Mala Subotica

Partner Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Address: Glavna 55
City: Mala Subotica
Country: Croatia

Manuela Stričak

Teacher | Contact Person


Primary School of Tomaša Goričanca Mala Subotica is located at the northwest of Croatia in a small village called Mala Subotica. The village is located in the center of the County of Međimurje. Our school is primary school with one dislocated four-year (1st to 4th grade) school in the village of Držimurec -Strelec. Pupils are from the nearby villages of Palovec, Strelec, Držimurec, Sveti Križ and Piškorovec and they come to the central school. All children have a bus service to the school. The school has 515 students from 1st to 8th grade and 70 teachers. There are 17 classrooms, 9 of which are specialized cabinets for students from 5th to 8th grade. We have a 115 m2 sports hall and 3 outdoor sports fields. There is also a library. Three classrooms are equipped with personal computers and projectors and smart boards. The lessons start at 8.15 and finish at 4 p.m. All students are provided with, a warm meal at the school canteen. The food comes from the local suppliers and it’s fresh and diverse. We promote a Violence free school programme. Our students and teachers attend courses on how to participate and make a better community. At school we have various activities that are promoted at public events during the school year at Day of School, Valentine’s Day, Fašnik (Carneval), Christmas and Sports Days. We are very active in sports. Our students participate in school and interschool competitions in handball, football, table tennis, chess and dancing. We participate in many projects. The school has carried out many activities to raise awareness of the importance topics such as diversity, tolerance and active citizenship. Our school, along with ten others in Croatia, was named “School of Philanthropy”. Our school attends 515 students, out of which 205 are students of the Roma national minority. In addition to differences in nationality and ethical affiliation, there is a marked difference in the socioeconomic status of students, so the topic of accepting diversity is the subject that always gives much attention through projects and activities in our school.

The goal of entering new projects is to involve students in organizing events and projects to develop organizational skills and awareness of the importance of personal activities for the benefit of the local community, Europe and democracy. Through the Erasmus+ project, we see the possibility of presenting our region and work to the wider community, the partner countries. This will be motivating for new projects in school and community. Knowing other cultures and differences between cultures, students and teachers will know how to fight against prejudices and stereotypes. Communication and implementation of the program will improve ICT and language skills of all participants.

Our cordination project team: Manuela Stričak, sports teacher, project coordinator Đurđa Horvat ,director Erminija Bektešević, school counselor Željka Štampar Zamuda, math teacher Iva Mihalic Krčmar, ICT teacher

Dimitrije Todorović Kaplar

Partner Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Address: Lole Ribara 12
City: Knjaževac
Country: Serbia

Milan Đorđević

Director | Contact Person


Dimitrije Todorović-Kaplar primary school is a state school situated in Knjaževac, a small town in the east of Serbia near the border with Bulgaria. It is a primary school attended by pupils aged 7 to 14. It is one of the biggest and oldest schools in eastern Serbia with a long tradition and exceptional results our pupils have been achieving all these years. Over 700 pupils attend our school and their number is increasing every year. Educational process is carried out in the main school building which dates back to 1835 (completely refurbished in 2011) and branch schools in several nearby villages. The number of our teaching staff is 71. All of them hold professional qualifications in teaching and are dedicted to inspiring pupils to learn. In addition, there are also pupils with special educational needs attending our school. Many of them have been diagnosed with dyslexia and dysgraphia and they are taught by professional teachers trained to work with such children. Moreover, a number of children of Roma origin go to our school as well. They are usually faced with adjustment difficulties and need a special treatment. Every pupil in our school is the centre of our attention and we are carrying out different activities aimed at these children’s successful integration in the educational system. Our school organises different extra-curricular activities like different workshops, clubs, visits to the local library, museum, archaeological sites and cooperates well with the local ethno association ’Spring’.
Our pupils and teachers take part in a wide range of cultural activities on local, regional and republic level. Last but not the least, we have an outstanding team of teachers involved in various local, government-funded, cross-border and international projects in the field of education, national minorities, training, youth and sports. Our primary goal is broadening our knowledge, gaining experience and raising awareness of our teaching staff and pupils in the aforementioned fields.

The school”s motivation to join the project: Our primary goal is to familiarize ourselves with other European educational systems, share cultural values with partner schools from the European Union, gain knowledge and practical skills on a wide range of topics, apply the ideas we have acquired to our teaching and disseminate them to our colleagues in our school as well as wider community.

The key people in charge of running the project: Milan Djordjević – school principal; Marija Djokić – deputy principal; Brankica Petković – IT teacher; Zdenko Filipović – English teacher; Substitute teachers, if needed, will be the following ones: Ana Bojković – Citizenship/ Serbian; Danijela Tomić – lower grade teacher; Ivica Mišić – History teacher; Tatjana Tošić – English teacher

Marlborough Primary School

Partner Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Address: Marlborough Hill
City: London
Country: United Kingdom

Alamin Miah

Teacher | Contact Person


Marlborough Primary School is a 3 form entry school located in Harrow, London. Children attend at age 5 through to 11 with nursery provision for up to 60 children. There are over 50 staff at all levels and over 730 children on roll. All children are taught the British National Curriculum. The school is motivated to join this project to enrich and further develop the international work that they already do. MPS is proud to have learners from all over the globe and support children who are new arrivals to the country. Children quickly make progress and parents are engaged with throughout the school year. The school believes that children have a right to succeed and become global citizens and therefore joining a project like such with greatly improve the services we provide. We currently teach our children about Gender Equality, Bullying, Immigration and Integration through our Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) Curriculum which provides children with the basic tenets of good citizenship. The project will allow the school to endeavour further into these subjects and ensure that children grow up with the experiences they have learnt. The world is becoming increasingly hostile and common thought surrounding immigration is usually negative. However, children have a right to learn about the benefits that it gives and how the world is further improved as a result.

The key people running this project will be Alamin Miah (MFL Coordinator), Zahra Mamdani (RE Coordinator), Amy Diamond (EYFS Phase Leader) and an appointed PSHCE Coordinator. If any persons leaves the post at the school, the new coordinator will take up the duties as the leadership of the school have expressed that this project is of utmost importance. This project is the first of its kind at MPS so unfortunately, the school do not have any experience in these projects and has no eTwinning Label. But we are really excited to apply for the project and start to involve in Erasmus+ projects.

Zespol Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy

Partner Organisation

Type of Organisation: School/Institute/Educational centre – General education (primary level)

Address: Sportowa 2
Country: Poland

Bronisława Czajowska

Teacher | Contact Person


Zespół Szkolno Przedszkolny w Modlnicy is a complex of two village public schools: Kindergarten (chidren aged from three to five years old) and Primary School (from the first to the eighth grade), administered by the one Head-Master. The School has got also its branch school in nearby Modlniczka Village. Both places are located in the North of Cracow, about 12 km from the city center and 10 km from the International Airport Balice. It is the area of intensive economical investments for developers and investors. Many new private houses and building estates are built as well as offices and galleries with commercial activities that is why the number of inhabitants is constantly growing as well as the number of pupils at school in Modlnica. Presently, the total of all pupils is almost 600. There are 75 members of the teaching staff, including tutors and specialists. The history of school that reaches the XIX century, is full of many educational achievements, teachers’ initiatives and activists closely related with the local community. The first school in Modlnica Village started its activity in 1820 as a parish school. Initially, it was a one story building, with one classroom and one teacher. Since then, the educational changes and social needs caused the transformation of school. The building has been extended and rebuilt. There are modern classrooms equipped in computer facilities, allowing for the use of online teaching tools, a gym, a sports field, a playground and a mini amphitheatre. In addition, the old building of Kindergarten will be replaced by a bigger and modern one in two years time. To school attend a large group of children who have problem with learning because of dyslexia, dysgraphia, speech defects, Asperger’s syndrome or with low intellectual dispositions. The teachers work with those children during regular lessons and the school specialists during additional classes, inventing and realizing individual plans of learning. There is also a group of talented students, who take part in programs building their personal skills and knowledge. The programs are realized after lessons and are for free.

We decided to undertake the project because it is an opportunity to meet other colleagues dealing with similar situations and exchange teaching experience with them during the common workshops, observations or meetings. It is also a possibility of creating a net of international contacts that can be used for longer in the future.

The person responsible for the whole project is the main coordinator Mr. Ismael Reig. The coordinator of the project on the level of school is Mrs. Bronisława Czajowska.