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Poland

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Consejería de Educación de la Embajada de España en Polonia

The Consejería de Educación is the office of the Department for Education of Spain in Poland. It intends to bring both Spanish language and culture closer to teachers, scholars, students and all those interested in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries. Organizationally, the Consejería de Educación is part of the services of the Spanish Embassy in Poland. Functionally, it depends on the Spanish Ministry of Education and Vocational Training.

The Consejería offers the following services in relation with education: technical advice, information and support to the Spanish Diplomatic missions in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia and Ukraine; promoting and strengthening existing relationships between the Spanish education community and those of the mentioned countries; gathering of information about educational policies there; and organizing teacher training activities. 

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Szkola Podstawowa nr 157 im. Adama Mickiewicza

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Szkoła Podstawowa z Oddziałami Integracyjnymi nr 318 im. Jana Christiana Andersena

Primary School no. 318 with Integrated Classes is a facility located in Ursynów, a southern district of Warsaw. More than 400 students aged 6-14 attend our school. The school is open for students with special educational needs.
Students with autism, ADHD or social maladjustment can learn here and integrate with other students. There are also some bilingual Spanish classes. Students have 5 hours of Spanish a week and additional 2 hours during which they can broaden their knowledge connected with Spanish culture and language. The school is a very modern and well-equipped facility, thanks to which most students’ needs are met.

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Portugal

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Agrupamento de Escolas D. Afonso Henriques

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Spain

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CEIP Maximiliano Gil Melián

CEIP Maximiliano Gil Melián is a public teaching institution placed in the municipality of Tacoronte, in the north of Tenerife Island. Our educational offer includes Pre-school and Primary education. The school has approximately 238 students divided into two Educational stages: Infant Education and Primary Education. The teaching staff consists of twenty people. There is also a caretaker and ten people who work in the kitchen, in the dining room and are responsible for cleaning.
We are firmly committed to the implementation of European projects with excellent results, providing the center with an improvement in linguistic competence in other languages, knowledge of other cultures and the promotion of European identity.
Our institution will bring its experience in the promotion of reading and the school radio. We can say that the Cultural Week, celebrated around World Book Day (April 23rd ), it is one of the identifying features of our school. Reading, books and stories become protagonists of the life of the school for approximately one month.
We have a school radio and a school newspaper. These will be excellent communication channels through which we can transmit our results to the broader educational community and the world, so it is important to involve all students.
During the last ten years, the school radio (Radio Maxi) has become one of the identifying features of our institution. All radio programs are entirely prepared by students in all aspects.

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CEIP Princesa Tejina

CEIP Princesa Tejina started in 1977 and is located in Tejina, a district of San Cristóbal de La Laguna which is a small coastal district in the north-east of the island, at an average distance of 14 km from the town centre.
The school has five buildings housing the classroom, dining room, nursery and break rooms, music room, theatre, library, psychomotricity room and the caretaker’s accommodation. It also has two sports courts, two playgrounds, a sandpit, a parking area, a school garden, interior courtyards and large gardens.
At present, CEIP Princesa Tejina offers Infant and Primary Education with a total of 388 pupils divided into two groups per level (6 groups of infants and 12 groups of primary). The staff providing services at the school consists of:
The educational team:
a) – Management Team (Headmistress, Deputy Headmistress, Head of Studies and Secretary)
b) – 29 teachers (including 2 teachers of Specific Educational Support Needs, 1 counsellor and 2 teachers of Hearing and Language). In turn, the teaching staff is organised into 4 cycles (Infant, 1st and 2nd Primary, 3rd and 4th Primary and 5th and 6th Primary). The teaching staff consists of seven infant teachers (2 with B2 in English to teach English and bilingual areas), 3 primary teachers, 8 English teachers, two religion teachers, two PE specialists with B2 in English and another PE specialist, a music and English teacher and 2 French teachers.
c) – 1 caretaker, 3 teaching assistants and 1 conversation assistant. 3 cleaning staff. Administration and services staff: 1 administrative staff, 1 cook, 3 kitchen assistants and 11 complementary services assistants for the dining room.
d) – 3 reception carers in the morning and afternoon, before and after school hours.
– 3 teachers for educational reinforcement and 6 sports activity instructors in the afternoons.
The school has implemented a way of working through cooperative learning as an active working methodology that favours inclusion, achieving a positive change both methodologically and in the organisation of the school based on project-based learning.

Consejería de Educación y Universidades del Gobierno de Canarias

The Consejeria de Educacion, Universidades, Cultura y Deportes under the Government of the Canary Islands encompasses all levels of formal education in the region: Primary

Education, Secondary Education, Adult Education, Vocational Education, Foreign Language Learning. The network of educational institutions under the umbrella of the Consejeria

comprises 1300 to 1400 units. Among the many fields of responsibility, it is in charge of authorising and endorsing any project activities and research in the state school system in the

Canary Islands.

The Oficina de Programas Europeas de Educacion en Canarias (OPEEC), stemming from the Education and University Office, is an administrative unit dependent on the Regional

Ministry of Education and Universities of the Canary Islands Government (Spain). Its objective is the promotion of the Erasmus+ programme of the EC in our region.

What are the activities and experience of the organisation in the areas relevant for this project? What are the skills and/or expertise of key persons involved in this project? Please

explain how the organisation brings an essential added value to the project.

The Consejeria de Educacion, Universidades, Cultura y Deportes is currently implementing PILE (Plan de Impulso a las Lenguas Extranjeras), seeking to boost the learning and

teaching of foreign languages region-wide. Thanks to this plan, the Canary Islands have high levels of generalised implementation of CLIL methodology in schools across the

autonomous community. Proof that the learning of foreign languages has long been a priority in the islands is the European Language Label awarded by the European Council to the

Consejeria de Educacion, Universidades, Cultura y Deportes for the Language Assistant programme in 2006. Not directly related to language learning as such, but tightly related to the

scope of Playing Beyond CLIL. The Oficina de Programas Europeos de Educacion has the role of coordinating Erasmus+ projects across the State School System, ours ranking as the

sixth region in Spain in number of funded Erasmus+ projects.

All the members of staff have ample experience in training activities and educational counselling. Besides, our goal is precisely helping education stakeholders develop international

ventures, therefore, the outcomes of the activity will be included in an already ongoing counselling process. They are also teachers, with a broad experience in foreign language

learning and teaching in the context of formal education at different educational levels. It is a multiskilled consolidated team, with training and experience in academic research.

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Universidad de La Laguna

The Faculty of Education of the University of La Laguna offers different degrees related to education:
Degree in Preschool Education, Degree in Primary Education and Degree in Pedagogy. It also offer master degrees: MA in Secondary Education, MA in ICT and MA in Bilingual Education among others. We have 171 professors and scholars (divided in 21 departments) and 2400 students.
What are the activities and experience of the organisation in the areas relevant for this project? What are the skills and/or expertise of key persons involved in this project? Please explain how the organisation brings an essential added value to the project.
Faculty of Education has been working for a long time in foreign language teaching and more recently has implemented a masters degree in bilingual education. Moreover it has a research group in plurilingual education (GIEP) which is now working in applying the cognitive load theory to CLIL teaching and learning contexts. We are planning to offer a PhD from October 2020 on CLIL methodology.
All the members have ample experience in training activities and research programmes. The Faculty trains teachers for preschool, primary, secondary and vocational schools and has
numerous research groups in all fields of education. We will collaborate in establishing the theoretical framework and the application of the research done in relation to language teaching, learning and cognition. We will also help in the dissemination of the results of the project by publishing scientific articles with the results. Further more, our students will benefit from a course where those results will be explained and our students in the bilingual education master will help the members of the project as part of their practicum.
The Faculty works closely with the Canary Island Education Department on teacher training and when teachers are in post we collaborate on the professional development of serving teachers.
The contact person in the Faculty has been the key person in several projects with the Canary Island Education Department, especially on CLIL. He participated in the training on the KA1 project when the UK teachers visited the island on their mobility in February 2020.

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Uk

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London Borough of Hackney

Hackney is a very diverse borough and one of the London Councils with responsibility for education, with 82 schools and colleges and many Early Years settings. Hackney Education is part of the Children, Adults and Community Health Directorate within the Council and provides a range of statutory and traded services to support the education of children and their families in the borough. 

The performance of Hackney’s schools and settings has been consistently above the national average, placing Hackney in the top quartile when ranked against all local authorities in England. Furthermore, 95% of Hackney schools have been judged to be good or better by Ofsted, the national inspection organisation.

Our vision is to improve the life chances of every child, young person and learner in Hackney making Hackney the most forward-looking education system in the UK, where schools, settings and partners provide an exciting environment which ensures inclusion and success for everyone. Our borough aims to be one of the best places in the country for young people to grow, learn, develop, and achieve and one of the best places for colleagues to work and thrive in our education system.

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Orchard Primary School

Viridis Schools are a successful three school partnership based in Hackney, East London catering for children aged three to eleven years old. All three schools provide for children with diverse need. High numbers of pupils are from deprived backgrounds and those speaking a home language other than English. We have a very skilled team of committed, professional teachers and leaders sharing expertise. We take our role in raising aspirations of our children and meeting the ambitions of our staff very seriously. We provide a rich, exciting curriculum and a no excuses culture for low standards. As a result, our pupils achieve well above national averages regardless of their starting points.

We develop in children a desire for life-long learning and an understanding of different cultures, languages, traditions and societies as well as to respect individual rights and responsibilities. We actively seek to form external partnerships with organisations, such as Erasmus+, which support our children, staff and the wider school community in establishing long term partnerships in world class education.

Parkwood Primary School

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