December 2018

Young girl and elderly woman embroidering a dress at a sewing machine
From international partnerships between schools, to trainings and work placements in rural communities across Europe, Erasmus+ funding helps tell the stories of shared cultural heritage. Projects contribute to bridging the gap between younger and older generations, and tradition and innovation. Some of them are detailed in our case studies under the theme of European Year of Cultural Heritage. ...
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...