Communication, and sharing ideas and approaches have been a key feature of this exciting three-year project, with the aim of putting global education at the core of learning in primary schools.
It has been funded by the EU and run by CDEC in the UK, taking place throughout Cumbria. 10 European countries were involved in total, with the other partners coming from Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Portugal, Spain and UK.
"It has been a pleasure to work with you all and I am extremely grateful for the way in which you shared your experience, knowledge and practice which in turn has helped me grow into a better teacher. I feel that education makes much more sense when viewed from a global perspective." One of the primary school teachers involved in the Global Schools project
You can find out more about the details of the project here.