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1 Comenius Multi-Lateral Partnership Good Food Good Mood Meeting 3 Leksand Sweden October 2013 Co-ordinators Presentation England : The Highfield School, Letchworth Germany: Gymasium Finkenwerder, Hamburg Italy : IPSIA Carlo Cattaneo, Rome Netherlands :Stedtedelijkollege, Eindhoven Poland : Zespół Szkół Elektronicznych i Ogólnokształcących Przemsyl Romania: Colegiul National Cuza I Al Ploiesti Romania Scotland: Edinburgh College Edinburgh Spain: Instituto de Educaction Secundaria Abyla Ceuta Sweden: Insjons Skola Insjon Leksand Switzerland:Schulheim Schloss Kasteln Switzerland

2 Year One Progress Report June 2013 Year 1 Report Issues / challenges identified were : Curriculum time and scope Teacher cover for mobilities Media response to activities is variable Our partnership is very diverse in terms of the nature of the organisations The use of English as the project language Government legislation in the UK Incompatibility of term times & holidays Changing of currency from to GBP, SEK, RON Learning Points / Observations following mobilities : Cost of living, goods & services Attitudes towards health & safety The size of the partnership Discussion of minoritised groups

3 Headings for Final Report due to your National Agency by E.1 SUMMARY E.2 OUTCOMES : Target Groups / Languages / Source / Creator / Publisher / Copyright/Rights / Target Sectors / Media Used E.3 EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE E.4 PARTNERSHIP OBJECTIVES ACHIEVEMENTS E.5 KEY COMPETENCES E.6 HORIZONTAL ISSUES E.7 WORKPLAN AND TASKS E.8 COMMUNICATION AND COOPERATION E.9 PARTNERSHIP LANGUAGES E.10 EVALUATION E.10.1 PROGRESS MONITORING E.10.2 RESULTS/PRODUCTS/OUTCOMES ACHIEVEMENT E.10.3 AIMS/OBJECTIVES/ACHIEVEMENTS F.PART B (CONCERNING YOUR OWN INSTITUTION) F.1 PARTICIPANTS / F.1.1 ACTIVITIES / F.1.2 AGE RANGES F.2 PARTNERSHIP ACTIVITIES : Activity No / Description / Activity type / Start Date / Duration F.3 IMPACTS F.3.1 PUPILS/LEARNERS/TRAINEES F3.2 TEACHERS/STAFF F.3.3 ORGANISATION F.3.4 LOCAL COMMUNITY F.4 DISSEMINATION F.5 SUSTAINABILITY F.6 MOBILITY PARTICIPATION Mobility Type Grant Awarded / Number of Reduced Mobilities / Host Organisation / Receiving Country / Receiving Location / Description / Start Date / End Date / Duration / Number of Pupils/Learners/Trainees involved / Out of which No. Pupils/Learners/Trainees with Special Needs / Number of Staff / Out of which No. Staff with Special Needs / Number of Accompanying Persons F.6.1 MOBILITY PARTICIPATION SUMMARY G. LESSONS LEARNED G.1 PROBLEMS / OBSTACLES ENCOUNTERED G.2 COMMENT AND SUGGESTIONS

4 EUROPEAN SHARED TREASURE Publication of results in European Shared Treasure is also a requirement of our Grant Agreement The search page can be found at Please find your log in details below. More information – including guidance on entering results, and the link to the log-in page – can be found at Login: GB1-COM Password: G281604

5 E-twinning Project website : School websites: England: Germany:www.gymfi.de Italy:www.ipsiacattaneo.itwww.ipsiacattaneo.it Netherlands:www.stedelijkollege.nlwww.stedelijkollege.nl Poland:www.zseio.net.plwww.zseio.net.pl Romania:www.liccuza.ro Scotland: Spain:www.iesabyla.eswww.iesabyla.es Sweden: Switzerland:www.kasteln.ch

6 Good Food Good Mood Timeline Planning Meeting 3 Leksand, Sweden 23 – 28 October 2013 Partner Meeting 4 Hamburg, Germany 9 – 13 th April 2014 Final Report To National Agencies and Co-ordinator by Payment of 20% of grant on approval of Final Report

7 Programme of Meetings & Activities 2012 – 14: October 2012Planning Meeting in Ploiesti, Romania April 2013Group Meeting in England October 2013Planning Meeting in Leksand, Sweden April 2013Group Meeting in Hamburg, Germany

8 Romania October 2012

9 England, April 2013

10 Leksand, Sweden October 2013

11 Erasmus + Project Proposal

12 The Information Society Numeracy & Literacy Students making products Sport for life Widening educational participation Entrepreneurship

13 Project Planning for Proposal 2014 – 16 : : Co-ordinator to attend British Council Seminar on Erasmus + Partners to attend national agency events / take advice as available : Partners to submit their project ideas to Co-ordinator : : Co-ordinator to circulate draft of Project 2014 – 16 to all partners : Partners to return draft project with feedback / amendments to Co-ordinator : Co-ordinator to circulate finalised Project Proposal 2014 – 16 to all partners : Partners to discuss potential Meeting Programme for Project at Good Food Good Mood Project Meeting 4 Hamburg : Co-ordinator to submit Project to EU Partners to submit Project to their National Agencies July 2014 : Results published by EU / National Agencies Erasmus+ will fund three Key Actions: 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals 2. Co-operation for Innovation and Good Practices 3. Support for Policy Reform Next steps The European Commission, the European Parliament and the European Council have agreed the new Erasmus+ programme, although it still needs to be ratified and formally approved. This is expected to happen in October 2013, with formal adoption to follow in November as stated above. The current funding programmes, including the LLP, were given approval to run from 2007 to 2013 under the current European Union budgetary period. As this budgetary period comes to an end, plans for spending in the new budget period from 2014 – 2020 need to be agreed by the European Parliament and the Member State governments. These separate negotiations will determine the overall budget for Erasmus+. Additional information for Higher Education Institutions All Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) must be awarded the new Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) to be eligible for funding in the new programme. Please see for more information. The deadline for applications for 2014/15 has now passed; institutions will be able to apply for future participation in the next Call. Please contact the British Council with any queries regarding the ECHE. Please also note that this requirement applies to HEIs only and that awards are for the ECHE only, not for programme funding. How can I find out more? We will be regularly updating our website with information about Erasmus+ including factsheets and FAQs. You can also find out more on Ecorys blog at and by following Ecorys and the British Council on twitter. Erasmus+ will fund three Key Actions: 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals 2. Co-operation for Innovation and Good Practices 3. Support for Policy Reform Next steps The European Commission, the European Parliament and the European Council have agreed the new Erasmus+ programme, although it still needs to be ratified and formally approved. This is expected to happen in October 2013, with formal adoption to follow in November as stated above. The current funding programmes, including the LLP, were given approval to run from 2007 to 2013 under the current European Union budgetary period. As this budgetary period comes to an end, plans for spending in the new budget period from 2014 – 2020 need to be agreed by the European Parliament and the Member State governments. These separate negotiations will determine the overall budget for Erasmus+. Additional information for Higher Education Institutions All Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) must be awarded the new Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) to be eligible for funding in the new programme. Please see for more information. The deadline for applications for 2014/15 has now passed; institutions will be able to apply for future participation in the next Call. Please contact the British Council with any queries regarding the ECHE. Please also note that this requirement applies to HEIs only and that awards are for the ECHE only, not for programme funding. How can I find out more? We will be regularly updating our website with information about Erasmus+ including factsheets and FAQs. You can also find out more on Ecorys blog at and by following Ecorys and the British Council on twitter.


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