European Union Programmes for teachers
“Caring School – United in Diversity”( 2023-2025)
From September 4, 2023 to March 3, 2025, we are implementing ERASMUS+ PROGRAM KA122-SCH – Short-term mobility projects for students and staff in the school education sector. For the project we received a grant of 49,991 euros.
The aim of the project titled “Caring School – United in Diversity” is mainly to take care of the well-being of students and teachers, support students from vulnerable backgrounds and groups at risk of exclusion, individualize work with students with different needs, and improve the quality of education by introducing innovations, learning modern methods of school management, increasing teachers’ professional competence and deepening international cooperation.
The project will include 33 mobilities (trips abroad) of students and teachers.
“ICT teachers (creative, imaginative, competent) are student success”. (2019-2022)
We applied for the project to improve the quality of the school’s work and give it a European dimension. After analyzing the situation, we identified the shortcomings and needs of our school in various areas. We concluded that we needed to improve methods of motivating students to learn while improving teachers’ linguistic, methodological and ICT skills in conjunction with developing soft skills in students. We have found that our students struggle to stay focused on lessons, tire quickly and become discouraged, and find it difficult to motivate themselves to learn. The questionnaires showed that students would like to participate in lessons that arouse curiosity about the world, are attractive, use authentic materials and sources as well as various, not only traditional, teaching methods (including ICT). In order to meet students’ expectations, teachers decided to apply for the project that would enrich their workshop and improve teaching methods, which would make the classes more attractive, and thus contribute to increasing students’ motivation to learn.
Kruczek polishes language skills throughout Europe. (2015-2017)
The teachers of our school have just come back from holiday language courses that took place in England, Ireland, Germany and Malta.
The EU Project Erasmus + ‘Foreign Languages – a gateway to the school of the future’ has not only let us deepen our foreign languages knowledge, but it also expanded our knowledge of culture and history of other countries. Such experiences have a certain advantage, they make us more open-minded, teach us real, wise tolerance, and let us make friends. Our school may gain more partners on the path of carrying out similar EU Projects.
A total of 10 teachers took part in the project, six of whom were foreign language teachers (English, German and French), while the other four were Science and Arts teachers. (Physics, Geography, Polish and Physical Education).
The project will last for two years, from June 2015 to May 2017, and is being coordinated by an English teacher Ms Agnieszka Koszyk.