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World Storytelling Day takes place on 20 March each year, and what better way to get motivated to share your Erasmus+ story than a day dedicated to storytelling? In today’s world, there are so many ways to spread news and information – from videos, photography and social media, to more traditional formats, like being featured in the news. But storytelling isn’t everybody’s forte, which is why we...
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Do you know an 18-year-old up for an adventure? DiscoverEU is back – giving them the chance to travel across Europe! If you’re unfamiliar with this European Union initiative, it offers young people aged 18 the opportunity to discover Europe by providing them with a free travel pass. They can travel by themselves or with a group of up to four friends. The next round of applications takes place...
Tendring Technology College students during lesson
Thirty-three million euros of Erasmus+ funding is proposed for UK schools in 2020 to support Strategic Partnership projects. This provides a significant opportunity for schools across the UK to access 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...
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Showcasing more than 130,000 projects, the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform (EPRP) is a valuable database that you can use to improve your project at every step of your Erasmus+ journey. Following the European Commission’s release of new EPRP features, we wanted to share some top tips for making the most of the platform during your project. The new features allow you to search the database by...
Delegates working together at the TCA event
Every year, Erasmus+ National Agencies across Europe fund Transnational Cooperation Activities (TCA) which encompass a number of international events, seminars, training courses and workshops. The overarching aim of TCA is to help improve the quality and impact of the Erasmus+ programme. It provides a platform for organisations to collaborate, learn and develop best practice, and share knowledge...
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Louise Wareing from Lancaster Royal Grammar School talks about serendipity, collaboration and mentoring. Thanks to an Erasmus+ cross-sector meeting, organised by the UK National Agency, Louise met and established a relationship with a colleague from a different sector that is having a major impact on her, her school and its pupils. Louise tells us more... "Lancaster Royal Grammar School is one of...

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