On Thursday 14th October, EuroAltea and IES Bellaguarda celebrated the ErasmusDays. During the day, the European Projects Office presented to the young people the new mobilities for next year, encouraging students to participate.
These mobilities are a perfect opportunity for young people to learn in other European countries, get to know new cultures and improve their English. In EuroAltea, we continue to work on the mobilities as a great opportunity for them.
The celebration also included the awarding of diplomas to the students who participated in the European Parliament Ambassador Schools (EPAS) project by the councillors of European Projects, Maria A. Laviós, and the councillor of European Projects, Maria A. Laviós. Laviós; and the Councillor for Education, Vicenta Pérez. The school has worked for a year on this project, which aims to stimulate knowledge of Europe among young people and European participatory democracy. The school has been an example of good practice with its project, where they represented a parliamentary debate.
Finally, the event closed with the inauguration of the Infopoint, presented by the students of the Formative Cycle in Agro-gardening and Floral Compositions, who were in charge of its construction with recycled materials. In this information point, students will be able to find out about some news, thus connecting Altea and IES Bellaguarda with the European news.