eTwinning Primary Project
Europa School UK in Culham and Leighton Academy in Crewe are following in Farlingaye High School’s footsteps and have joined forces to promote eTwinning, the love for both the German culture and language as well as a European perspective among their pupils.
The project involves joint activities between the two schools following the UK primary curriculum but also live conferences and workshops with a school in Germany, the Staatliche Realschule Mainburg, in English, making this project a CLIL one as well.
The Goethe-Institut in London is very happy about these developments and is proud to be able to share the very first activity, planned and set out by Europa School UK, on its Youtube channel.
Have a look at the creativity and enthusiasm the primary pupils from Europa School UK have come up with to celebrate St. Martins's Day on November 11.
We sincerely hope more joint activities - and of course also eTwinning projects - will follow suit very soon.