We are currently involved in a number of eTwinning projects with other schools around the world. Click on one of the links below to find out more about the projects we are involved in and we use these to support the children's learning.
eTwinning School Award
We are delighted to have been one of only 29 schools in the UK to be awarded the eTwinning School Award!
This project has won a prize in Poland in their national eTwinning awards, winning the Cultural Heritage category and was Highly Commended in the UK awards. It features in a 2018 EU publication called Erasmus+ Enriching our cultural heritage. (Click on the link, open the document in the document viewer and go to p53 to see Wojtek!)
Battle of Britain eTwinning project
This project is with our partner school in Poland and another school in the UK, Leighton Academy. Classes 4 and 5 are finding out about the Battle of Britain and WW2 and sharing their learning with our partner schools.
Erasmus+ Project: Learning Together is Better
We are currently (2018-19) taking part in an Erasmus+ project with our partner school in Croatia. Three teachers (Mrs Hughes, Mrs Linford and Mrs McMeekin) visited the school in October 2018 and have returned with lots of ideas to share across the school. Photos from the visit can be found here. This visit was featured in the Keighley News and the Craven Herald.
Erasmus+ Project Learning Together:
In 2017-18, we ran an Erasmus+ project with a school in Finland. Three teachers (Mrs Fox, Mrs Linford and Mrs McMeekin visited our partner school in Oulu in October 2017. Information and photographs from the visit to the school in Finland can be found here.
Christmas Connections Through Art:
This project involved schools in 14 European countries (Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Republic of Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, UK). The children researched a range of different artists and used their work to inspire their own Christmas card design. The cards were then exchanged with the other schools in the project so that the children sent and received cards from countries across Europe.
This project has won two Highly Commended Certificates, awarded to both Mrs Linford and Mrs McMeekin at the eTwinning conference in June 2018. The project has since been awarded the European Quality Label, the highest level of accreditation for eTwinning projects! Here is a link to the article which appeared in the Keighley news.
International eTwinning conference 2018
In October 2018, Mrs Linford and Mrs McMeekin represented the UK at the international eTwinning conference in Warsaw, Poland, where 550 teachers from all over Europe met to talk about education and international links!