Meet partner schools participating in this project


Johann-Heinrich-Voß- Schule

JHVS is a grammar school. Our pupils come from a mainly middle class background.

We offer a wide range of subjects, covering languages, natural and social sciences, art, sports and music. In the sixth form pupils can choose between certain profiles, with emphasis put on either natural or social sciences or on languages.
We provide various extracurricular activities (sports; school orchestras; musical and drama groups; exchange programmes) and also take part in nationwide contests.
Although our school is over 450 years old we strive to use modern teaching methods and are always interested in future-oriented approaches.

Pakruojis “Atzalynas“ Gymnasium

Pakruojis “ Atzalynas“ Gymnasium is providing education for 336 students of 1-4 classes (aged 15-19). There are 12 class groups. 39 high - qualified teachers are working in the school.

The understanding of quality in the educational process of teaching science is the agreement between the school community members. Therefore participation in the project for strengthening the project-based learning and higher-level interdisciplinarity in teaching Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry is a great input into their efforts to make the teaching and learning process a success while being able to learn more, share and apply the most acceptable and value-added approaches.

Jedlik Ányos Gimnázium, Budapest

Jedlik Ányos Gimnázium is attended by approximately 700 students each year, of whom 78% continue their studies at universities.

Our students take part in high-school education between the ages of 14 -18 and can specialize in Sciences, Languages, IT or Sports. The number of teachers is 64, the non-teaching staff is 20 people.
We are proud of our students’ successes in both national and international competitions, the school’s international relations that date back to 1984, our decades-long tradition of science education and the openness of the school community to share international educational experiences.

Agrupamento de Escolas Daniel Sampaio

The school has been building its international program for the last 17 years through former Comenius and Erasmus+ KA2 multilateral partnerships, together with bilateral partnerships for student exchanges, having then a long and rich experience.

On the specific level, being a school with a long tradition both on science programs and international ones, it was very important to have joined already three E+ KA2 partnerships, which allowed the school to engage, in an interdisciplinary frame, science teachers and students in science curricular projects. These projects had therefore a big impact on school practices, both on making science learning more attractive for students, and on turning interdisciplinarity into a natural teaching approach.