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.
‘Youth Work in the Digital Era’ examined the relationship between young people, youth work services and the online world. The conference discussed how digitisation impacts the field, and how to successfully navigate it.