#EplusSchools2019 A warm welcome to all those teachers whose schools are taking part in Eramus+ Schools Week. We’re delighted that you’ve taken the opportunity to celebrate your project and share your experiences with the wider community. To help promote the fantastic work your school is doing during Erasmus+ Schools Week 2019, we have created a resource
Find out how Erasmus+ job shadowing in Malta enabled teachers and Special Needs Assistants from Galway to exchange ideas with colleagues about how to support children with special needs in the classroom. They also had the chance to look at ways to provide language support to migrant children and how to start Nurture Groups.
Using words and videos, a teacher shows how a small rural school in Co. Galway has benefited from almost ten years’ involvement with European programmes. The school is currently taking part in two Erasmus+ partnership, including one exploring outdoor education – “Happy Children make Happy Learners”!
Irish schools can develop their international outlook and exchange teaching practices by partnering with schools across Europe in an Erasmus+ School Exchange Partnership. Primary teacher Karen Naughton from Galway explains how her school’s project has helped pupils learn about other customs, culture, music and traditions while teachers learned new insights and methods.