Erasmus+ allowed a school in Ireland to collaborate with a school in Portugal on a joint project entitled ‘Green Entrepreneurship and The Health of Europe’. Here’s how they used environmental matters to connect.
As part of the Erasmus+ KA 229 programme, six participating schools in the EU colloborated on an innovative online business. ‘Junior Business Minds Selling Online Eco-Traditional Games’ promoted entrepreneurship and environmental awareness through the sale of native games made from recycled material.
Beech Hill College in Co. Monaghan was awarded €65,000 by Léargas to organise a 24 month Erasmus+ School Exchange Partnership with Vilniaus Gabijos Gimnazija Secondary School in Lithuania.