Here you can find the partners involved in the Erasmus+ Shool project LEARNING BUBBLES.
Replay Network aps
REPLAY NETWORK aps is an association of social promotion of educators and trainers, active at international level within EU programs dealing with non-formal education, learning mobility and active citizenship. Its mission is to promote social cohesion, responsible participation, active citizenship, inclusion and equal opportunities, to support employability, active ageing, cooperation and multiculturalism, building bridges and conditions contributing to the achievement of the Agenda 2030 goals
Pistes-Solidaires is an association of non-formal education and the promotion of active methods because we believe that education can be attractive, concrete and adapted to life outside school and in touch with the problems of our world. education is also for us learning to be resilient, to become responsible citizens, to adapt to change, to identify and solve local problems whose causes are planetary, to meet other cultures while respecting them and to build a society peaceful and sustainable
Social Farms & Gardens
Social Farms & Gardens are the leading charity supporting community gardens, city farms, and care farms to farm, garden & grow together. For over 40 years we have supported all types of community farming and growing groups as well as school farms to develop and deliver in their own local communities. Our staff of 30 have a wide range of experience and skills in supporting and delivering with a wide range of partners and grass roots groups in many different settings including online and face to face support. Our Head office in Bristol has a staff of 5 who support the activities of the charity through marketing, finance, administration, HR and membership support, as well as providing information and advocacy for our 1800 members across the UK
Vzw UC Leuven is a HEI in Flanders, collaborating under the name UC Leuven-Limburg with vzw UC Limburg. UC Leuven-Limburg is renowned for the high quality of its teaching, research & regional development. UCLL hosts eight research centres: Art of Teaching, Education & Development, Health Innovation, Inclusive Society, Resilient People, Smart Organisations, Digital Solutions, & Sustainable Resources. In this project Education & Development will be involved. This research centre has specific expertise in innovative approaches to learning and learning environments, learning processes and impact studies.
The IIS "Piaget-Diaz" has long been committed to the application of innovative learning tools and approaches in formal education and, with a view to cross-sectoral cooperation, it cooperates with organizations from the world of work, the non-profit sector, public bodies... to offer its students inclusive and quality courses. The school's PTOF is characterized by its openness to the local area and its desire to enrich its educational offerings through innovative projects that can involve and enhance the various locations and the various courses of study.
Institut Jean Errecart
The Institut Jean Errecart, a non-profit association under the French law of 1901, is a private agricultural high school under a contract of association with the State. Based in the South West of France, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department bordering Spain, the Institut Jean Errecart is part of the CNEAP network of private agricultural teaching establishments (this network brings together 19 private agricultural schools in the New Aquitaine region). The school has 350 pupils and students aged between 13 and 21, from secondary level to higher level (baccalaureate + 2).
The school has been developed based on the principles of care farming where nature and animals play a large part in the education of the child. From our work with mainstream schools on the care farm we knew there was a need for “something different”. We want to help children and young people who have high levels of anxiety or additional learning requirements, who find the mainstream environment too challenging or inflexible. Our individual approach to the timetable plus full time one to one support has proved extraordinarily successful. Gloverspiece has been following the Nurture Schools UK programme and will be assessed sometime this year. The six principles of nurture are at the heart of everything we do. We are also 80% through our National Online Safety accreditation, our team felt that following this scheme would benefit our learners due to their extra vulnerability.