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Why register your school?

22/05/2007 by: Agathe Djelalian

Register for Spring Day 2007 to join thousands of teachers and pupils across Europe and bring your school into the debate.
Through Spring Day, take the opportunity to have your say on European issues. Share your questions and concerns about the future of Europe directly with EU decision makers who are eager to listen to your opinion.

  • Become part of the Spring Day community and make your school visible in Europe. Use this website to learn, exchange ideas, collaborate with pupils from different regions and countries, showcase your work and speak out!

  • Teachers participating in the project benefit from all our services which range from a network of expert teachers providing you with help and advice, to high quality pedagogical resources and activities. Take full advantage of all the learning material, educational games, news and information featured on this portal.

  • Connect with other Europeans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. Show that the debate is important for young citizens and that new generations have a major role to play in shaping the future of Europe.

For safety reasons, it is important to register and provide information about your school. By registering, you guarantee that what you do with your pupils will be published on a safe European website.

If you get involved in Spring Day for Europe by organising an event in your school, debating online with EU political leaders or participating in pedagogical activities, you will receive a digital certificate signed by top-level EU decision makers.

Don’t wait another moment! Register and get started now!


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