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European Innovative Teaching Award

Young entrepreneurs at school

School: CEIP Vadorrey Les Allées


Topic(s) addressed

The topics addressed by the project included cultural heritage, entrepreneurial learning and early school leaving.

Target group(s)

The participants consisted of 1,400 teachers, infants and primary school pupils and their families.


In our educational approach, we prioritize innovative methods, including entrepreneurship, foreign languages, ICT, and CLIL. These methods foster interactive learning through research, project work, teamwork, and problem-solving. Students create their own content, both in and out of the classroom, to deepen their understanding.

Innovation environment

Our schools collaborated to foster entrepreneurial skills, positive values, creative technology use, and innovative practices. This was enriched by learning through outdoor activities, factory visits, cultural experiences, guest speakers, and environmental awareness initiatives. Collaboration among school communities, project partners, parents, and local authorities played a crucial role in project success.

Teachers’ role

Teachers have gained valuable skills and experiences, improving their pedagogical methods, ICT proficiency, and language abilities. They've also developed digital-age competencies, including creativity, innovation, communication, collaboration, research, critical thinking, and problem-solving. Through teamwork, they've connected with fellow educators, integrated best practices, and gained valuable Erasmus+ project experience, contributing to more modern and dynamic educational environments within their organizations.

Impact and output

The project's impact has been extensive, reaching our students, teachers, support staff, families, local community, educators in similar fields, neighbouring schools, and kindergartens. We've shared our experiences at Erasmus meetings in our region, national school gatherings, innovation events, and eTwinning days. Our outreach extended to the broader public through media coverage and conferences, involving eTwinning users, regional representatives, national directors, and local authorities. We also made an effort to include participants facing challenges, providing them with opportunities to participate in the project.


Project category
Early childhood education and care
Project year



CEIP Vadorrey Les Allées



Agrupamento de Escolas Marinhas do Sal, Rio Maior


OOU Kiril i Metodij, Skopje

North Macedonia

Szkola Podstawowa nr 6 w Olsztynie