PRIMARY SCHOOL SAVREMENA – A PARTICIPANT IN INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS WITHIN THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME
Erasmus+ is an international programme of the European Commission, whose goal is the education, training and mobility of young people, as well as establishing cooperation with institutions and organisations in the field of youth education and sports.
Erasmus+ provides an opportunity for young people across Europe to study, have training, volunteer and find a job abroad. The goal of the Erasmus+ programme is to promote and support development at all levels of education and training, strengthen the link between formal and informal education and learning, and improve cooperation between education and the labour market.
ERASMUS+ PROJECTS IN COOPERATION WITH SAVREMENA
The “CARE2LEARN“ project is part of the European Commission’s international programme Erasmus+ and is aimed at children who are at the very beginning of their education. The goals of the Erasmus+ programme are the education, training, and mobility of young people, and cooperation with institutions and organisations in the field of education. More about the project.
“Brainfinity” has already become popular in Serbia as a national problem-solving competition. The vision of the project is to help students to think creatively and to solve problems independently so that they learn how to successfully overcome various challenges in their future careers. More about the project.
From October 2022, Primary School Savremena is part of another Erasmus+ project which won the competition and is funded by the National Agency of France. The main goal of the “Math&Move“ project is to increase the students’ interest in mathematics and their motivation to learn at the age level of primary school students aged 6 to 9. More about the project.
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