Learning / Training Events

First Learning / Training Event

Monday 15th of January

Welcoming songs by the students
Touring the school

Students' fashion show
In one of the classrooms

Tuesday 16th of January

Attending a sculpture lesson                                                   

The team tours Cluj city centre monuments


 Wednesday 17th of January

At the "Salina Turda" salt mine
Visiting Alba Iulia citadel

Thursday 18th of January

Interior design lesson
Arts and sound through ICT presentation
Sketching lesson
Overlooking Cluj-Napoca city

Friday 19th of January

Land art and jewellery workshops


The second Learning / Training Event in Lithuania

16th-20th of April, 2018

Monday 16th of April

Project guests from Italy, Spain, Greece, Finland, Poland and Romania were met with the greetings of the Tauralaukis Headteacher  Ona Šalkauskienė, with Lithuanian songs and dances taught by students. The students of Tauralauki's progymnasium had an excellent opportunity to use their English language skills  presenting  guided tour around old city.

Tuesday 17th of April

The guests watched open lessons in the pre-school group, in primary classes Lithuanian and math lessons, in older classes, lessons of the Lithuanian language, English language, mathematics, and information technologies.

Wednesday 18th of April

The international conference "Innovative teaching methods and teachers' role using the CLIL method" was held at the Progymnasium. The conference was attended by lecturers from Vilnius, Klaipėda, Klaipėda LCC International University,  from Italy. The conference highlighted the importance of innovative teaching methods for education.

Thursday 19th of April

The participants of the project were given an opportunity to get to know Lithuania - to visit the Curonian Spit in Kursiu Nerija and participate in natural science lesson

Friday 20th of April
History lesson  visiting Trakai and Vilnius

The third Learning / Training Event in Madrid (Spain)

12th-16th of November, 2018


We started the week with the presentation of the school to the different delegations. A moment that we will never forget because we expected the visit with great emotion.  The welcoming ceremony began with the headmistress speech, followed by the coordinator of the project in our school and the presentation of the delegations to the local authorities and as a closing of the event, the dance group of the school prepared some traditional dances where they showed us their incredible skills artistic.

During the morning the teachers were able to see the facilities of the center guided for some pupils of the school and to attend some classes on manipulative mathematics and an art workshop. We believe that learning mathematics for many pupils is experiential meaning that active involvement in the topic being studied will enhance a pupils’ learning.

In the afternoon, the group of teachers visited an old school transformed into an awesome planetarium by retired teachers and enthusiasts of astronomy. A group of science experts that taught us different possibilities and attractive resources to explain the different concepts of the universe.


The morning started with a conference about CLIL: “Theoretical basis and practical tips to design a CLILL unit”. The collegues had the chance to design a task about Astronomy taking into account the 4Cs: Cognition, Communication, Content and Culture. 

Next, the coordinators attended to a conference about Europass carried out by a responsible from the Spanish National Agency (SEPIE). It was really interesting because she clarified us so many doubts about the document.

Meanwhile, the rest of delegations continued with their observation classes and the art workshop about Collage with a local artist.

Madrid is a very easy city to explore on foot as most of the key sights -- palaces, churches, and museums -- are closely grouped in and around the central narrow-alleyed Austrias district so… in the afternoon, we attended to a walking city tour to discover the historical wonders that the city offers.


During the school morning, teachers attended to conferences about the main traits that define our school: inclusion and diversity. 

Besides, the head of the studies of the school, explained to the attendees how the educational and assessment Spanish system works and after all,  our 5th  graders presented to the audience digital presentations in English about famous painters because our Erasmus teachers were going to visit the Reina Sofia Museum in the afternoon. A day full of content, creativity and passion for education.


Who said that a history class could not be fun? Today our class has been in the fascinating Toledo.

Toledo, a World Heritage city, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and is known as the "City of the Three Cultures", since Christians, Muslims and Jews lived together in it. Going through its historic center we can see buildings from practically all periods of history: Arabic, Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque.

Going on  excursions with students is a good way to contextualize the contents you have done in class in a fun and meaningful way. Besides, it helps them to remember the theory better and to motivate themselves for future tasks.


Last day of the mobility and, although we are sad because the training week is over, it is time to reflect on how lucky we are for having such a huge project in our professional lifes.

Erasmus+ is an unique opportunity to improve your competences at any level and enormously inspires you to continue with your passion about education. It coudnt be better!

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