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People taking part in communicating impact workshop
Imagine you are running a project. Everyone agrees that the project itself was great. All the activities went off without a hitch and you delivered all the outputs you were supposed to. Participant outcomes were even better than you expected. But something is missing. Where is the wider impact?  The UK National Agency recently ran a series of workshop sessions with Erasmus+ beneficiaries and in...
Tendring Technology College students during lesson
Thirty-six million euros of Erasmus+ funding is proposed for UK schools in 2019, up from €30 million in 2018. This provides a significant opportunity for schools across the UK to access Erasmus+ funding for a range of life-changing international activities that can develop key skills in both teachers and pupils, enhance the curriculum, and support education policy priorities. How can schools use...
Are you joining us for the next Learning Networks event on 5 December? We look forward to seeing you! Taking place in Birmingham, attendees from across all sectors will network, discuss ideas and share best practice. At the last Learning Networks in May, we relaunched the event with redesigned thematic workshops, focusing on specialised topics. Led by beneficiary facilitators, attendees also...
Schools project participants taking part in outdoor activity
According to the Department for Education, about 15% of all school pupils in England have some kind of special education need or disability (SEND). However, it’s often the services vital for supporting these pupils that are affected by budget cuts. We look at how Erasmus+ can help pupils and staff across the UK to benefit from an international experience. With the recently announced 2019 Call for...
Discussion between adult learners taking place in library
Are you looking for project partners? Do you want to share and disseminate your project outcomes or advertise a project event? EPALE can help you! The Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (EPALE) is a free online community platform bringing together researchers, teachers, trainers, volunteers, policy makers, youth workers and anyone else with a role in adult learning across the...
Female project participant in wheelchair smiling
Erasmus+ gives higher education students from all walks of life the opportunity to study or work abroad, to develop new skills, raise their aspirations and boost employability. However, research shows that although less advantaged students have the most to gain from a period abroad, they are the least likely to take part. We look at how higher education institutions (HEIs) can encourage and...