We are a Primary and Secondary School named “Arboleda School” in Seville (a city which is located in the south of Spain), with more than 700 students) attending everyday to our school (from 3 to 16 years old)
We think that this proyect which could stimulate our students by improving their skills in their foreign language, and their competences in European matters, in order to communicate with young people from different countries and cultures.
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In Arboleda School, we can proudly say that there is a highly motivated teachers team which is ready to start cooperation. For us, It would be an interesting experience for us to have an Exchange group of students from different countries, with the aim of learning about the European diversity. Your Project idea sound interesting and we would love to learn more details about it.

2nd Staff Meeting – Hoogeven, January 24-26 2018

T2nd Staff Meeting – Hoogeven, January 24-26 201eld in Hoogeven , Holland. All the partners have participated with great motivation and a lot of new ideas for the very beginning of the project.

The main issue has been the first Study Trip in Seville, dealing with a different way to discover this city, it means “ sustainable tourism”. Our Spanish partners have introduced us some interesting activities all the GEW students group are supposed to do in Spain.

The programme is full of different activities, from cultural visits to natural tours, getting closer to the magnificent parks and animals like birds in Seville.

Our relationship have been improving also thanks to the time spent in good restaurants appreciating the delicious Dutch food.

The meeting has been successful


1ST STAFF MEETING – November 15th/17th 2017 ORTE – ITALY

From 15th to 17th November, in our school, Istituto Omnicomprensivo in Orte, was held the first trasnational meeting of the staff of the new Erasmus project “GEW-Generation Europe Web”.

Teachers coming  from partner  schools of three  different countries, The Netherlands, Greece and Spain, met on that occasion to get to know one another and to plan the future Staff meetings and study trips with the students.

After a welcoming ceremony and a  speech from our Headmistress,  the teachers started to work on the main issues of the project, focusing on  how to  develop social/digital  entrepreneurship. It was an intensive but a  fruitful and amusing time during which the teachers could compare and share their ideas and proposals as to the project. Apart from hard working sessions, the teachers could also share the different cultural approaches of our  teachers, the hospitality of our people and the generosity of our cooking traditions.

On the second day, the Mayor of our town, Mr. Giuliani, together with the vice Mayor, welcomed the Erasmus staff in the beautiful Palace which is the seat of our municipality. They acted as guides in  the visit of the building, illustrating and commenting the beautiful pictures kept in the Palace.

The Mayor has also expressed his satisfaction to our Headmistress for the European dimension which our school has assumed, thanks to the recurring exchanges with different cultures from various  European countries ,involved in the Erasmus projects.