“Our travelling is finished but our project lives on in the life of our school”: Kieran Brosnan, assistant principal of St Paul’s Primary School in Laois, explains the positive impact their Erasmus+ KA1 School Education project has had on the school’s staff and learners.
Artist and Educator Maeve Hunter is Outreach and Education Officer at the Courthouse Arts Centre, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow. In March 2016 she participated in Street Wise, a seven-day residential training programme for youth workers and leaders. Coordinated by Youth Work Ireland Cork and supported by Erasmus+ as part of CIT Crawford College of Art and
Ross O’Neill is Community and Communications Lead at CoderDojo. In 2015 CoderDojo received funding under Erasmus+ KA2 Vocational Education and Training for a Strategic Partnership project involving five organisations in Ireland, Spain, and Poland. “CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people aged between seven
Ian Clarke is a teacher in St. Kevin’s College, Finglas. He recently returned from training in Monitoring and Evaluation as part of the school’s Erasmus+ School Education Key Action 1 project. The school is embedding a European dimension to its practice and is sending staff to professional development opportunities in Europe in leadership, strategic management, monitoring and
If you’ve put an Erasmus+ application together, you’ll know exactly how much hard work and planning goes into one. It’s particularly unfortunate then to fall at the final hurdle, when an application has to be declared ineligible because of an error in the submission process. We’ve written this post to guide you through submitting your