King’s Lynn school joins European education initiative

Visiting teachers from France, Germany, Iceland working together on special IT project called Erasmus + at Springwood School'left to right back Seeven Soobaroyen, Tammy Churchyard, Daniel Manu, Stephaine Lopez'left to right front Jana Piotraschke, Ines Hollatz, Bibbi and Isebelle Francisco''Julie Frost 01553 773393 ext 157 ANL-141127-081729009
Visiting teachers from France, Germany, Iceland working together on special IT project called Erasmus + at Springwood School'left to right back Seeven Soobaroyen, Tammy Churchyard, Daniel Manu, Stephaine Lopez'left to right front Jana Piotraschke, Ines Hollatz, Bibbi and Isebelle Francisco''Julie Frost 01553 773393 ext 157 ANL-141127-081729009

Staff and students at Lynn’s Springwood High School are getting involved in Erasmu+ a European initiative for education, training, youth and sport.

Visiting teachers from France, Germany and Iceland were at Springwood for a preparatory meeting last week preparing for an international cross-curriculum project.

Standing from left are Seeven Soobaroyen, Tammy Churchyard, Daniel Manu and Stephaine Lopez; seated at the desk are Jana Piotraschke, Ines Hollatz, Bibbi and Isebelle Francisco.

The aim is for students and staff to visit each country during the academic years 2015-17, taking part in a week’s organised activity in each venue. There will be a common theme “Healthy Living” with each country organising projects relating to a particular aspect and tradition of their country. Photo: MLNF14AF11349