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Project updates

Meeting 1: Alzira, Spain

The first partnership meeting, hosted by the CEIP Gloria Fuertes School, Alzira, Spain, got off to an energetic start with a welcome parade by staff and pupils in the school playground involving flags representing each of the partners’ countries.
This was followed by a tour of the school and observation of classes.
The two day meeting commenced with discussions on the content, aims and objectives of the project which led to exploring the project outcomes and developing a detailed work plan for each output with time frames and the roles and responsibilities of each partner.
The partners were made really welcome on their visit to Alzira not just by the staff and pupils but also on a private visit to the town hall hosted by the Mayor and other local dignitaries.  The Partners’ visit to the school even made it into the local press!

Meeting 2: Bydgoszcz, Poland

Almost 12 months have passed since the partners met for the launch of the project in Alzira, Spain last September 2016. Since then, the project has continued to thrive and work undertaken has already impacted on many pupils and staff across all 4 countries. This was evident during the second project meeting hosted by Misiolandia in Bydgoszcz, Poland in September 2017.
The two day meeting allowed partners to review the project activities to date and to celebrate the enormous amount of work achieved.
The host were very welcoming with children and staff making us feel at home!

Meeting 3: Northampton, Uk

The final project meeting was hosted by Bridgewater Primary School in Northampton, UK in June 2018. Both staff and children were very welcoming and made a great effort to showcase how much the project had impacted on their learning.
The two day meeting provided the consortium with the opportunity to celebrate the work realised in almost 2 years from the start of the project. 
The meeting coincided with the start of the multiplier event that took place on 20th June which formally launched the project and all its results to the public.
The Mayor of Northampton and his companion also visited the event and met the partnership congratulating all partners on their enormous achievement and hard work in providing staff and pupils with exciting learning opportunities within a European context.