Shifting Boundaries - searching for partners in a KA2-project with students in the age of 14-16

Published: 23.01.2020

The Friedrich-List-Gymnasium is a grammar school in southern Germany.
We are searching partners in other secondary schools, who are interested in exploring the topic of borders. We want to look at the different kind of borders between states, in society and as a special kind of borders at the limits, everyone finds inside themselves. On that topic we want to deminish early dropping out of school and enhance a deeper understanding of common values.

We are searching for other secondary schools with pupils from 14 to 16, to carry out international meetings.

Type of organisation sought
School/Training center
Country of organisation sought
Belgium; Croatia; Denmark; Finland; France; Greece; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; Netherlands; Poland; Spain; Sweden; United Kingdom
Field-specific priorities for school education
Reinforcing the development of key competences; Tackling early school leaving and disadvantage
01.09.2020 » 31.07.2022
Friedrich-List-Gymnasium (eTwinning verified)

Reutlingen, Germany

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Posted by Núria Cluet

Hello! We're a school located in a small town in the north-eastern part of Spain called Calaf (one hour from Barcelona). We have 250 students and about 30 teachers. This year we're finishing a KA229 project as coordinators with other 3 countries (Czech Republic, Romania and Greece), and now we're looking to be part of a new project for the next 2 years. Our students are 12 to 18 years old, but the age ranges of the students we'd like to involve in the project would be either 12-14 or 14-16. The topic of your project sounds really interesting as we're aiming at working social inclusion through values, engagement and motivation because we have a lot of immigrant students and we're focusing on new inclusion methods. Lately, we've been really focused on activities dealing with emotional learning with all students. So, if you're interested in us taking part in your project, please contact me at: Kind regards, Núria

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Posted by Vincenza Arena

We are a Liceo located in Salerno, a beautiful city on the sea very close to the Amalfi coast. My school ( is one of the largest of the city with more than 1000 students aged between 14 and 18 and offers different fields of study: classical high school with IT and journalism enhancement and scientific high school with foreign languages enhancement. We have a long experience in Erasmus+ projects and we have just finished a KA1 involving about 25 teachers. Our students love working in team, are open minded and very creative, moreover they have a great sensibility about the theme you have proposed and would be very happy to be involved in this project. We are currently running an etwinning project about ecofriendly habits in everyday life in order to learn how to reduce waste and how to recycle as much as possible. We would be very interested in taking part in your project about "borders", let me know if you are keen to starting a partnership with us. My email is:

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Hello! I'm a secondary teacher of Greek Language and Literature, representing the 12th Gymnasium of Peristeri, in Athens ( My school is relatively small in numbers, 300 students (ages 13-15) and 28 teachers, but very interested in european projects. We have participated in eTwinning and Erasmus+ KA2 projects. Currently we are looking to become a partner in a new KA2 project. We think that the borders, as a topic, and generally the limits that are consciously or unconsciously set or even imposed by inner or outer factors, is a very interesting and up to date issue. In my school we have students with a diverse cultural and social background and we try to deal with issues of inclusion, low performance and even drop-out in some cases. It would be very interesting for us to exchange ideas and good practices with other european schools within an erasmus+ partnership. We are looking forward to hearing from you (

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